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CD released: Apr 27, 2018

Tracklisting:
1. Atlantis
2. Boyz Ii Men (Feat. Nitty Scott)
3. Creme Of The Crop (Feat. Versis & Scienze)
4. Crooks In Castles (Feat. Anthm, Homeboy Sandman, Sene & Johaz)
5. To The East (Feat. Definite Mass, Tristate, Mickey Factz & Johaz)
6. Giant Steps (Feat. Bishop Lamont, Torae & Skyzoo)
7. The Man (Feat. Exile & Nottz)
8. The Truth (Feat. Shateish)
9. End Of The World (Feat. Rashad)
10. Heaven On Earth
11. God Shit (Feat. Aloe Blacc, Cashus King & Definite Mass)
12. Yesterday (Feat. Sene, Etc.)
BLU & NOTTZ
GODS IN THE SPIRIT TITANS IN THE FLESH
Label: COALMINE
Cat No: CM077CD
Barcode: 659123093927
Packaging: CD Regular

Blu & Nottz's epic two-part saga officially reaches its final form with Gods
In The Spirit, Titans In The Flesh, which combines the previously released
EPs into a single project that upgrades everything about the original.
There is a care and attention to detail to this project that goes well beyond
a standard reissue that clumps the previous projects together. GITS, TITF
is a complete upgrade from the ground up with stunning new artwork
by Dan Lish, remixed and remastered audio (handled by Carl Roe and
D-Sane, respectively), and a reimagined tracklist featuring an ethereal
new closing track ("Yesterday" feat. Sene & Elisa Meri).
All of these fine touches really make the project a treasure for diehard
fans, newcomers, and collectors alike. Blu personally wanted to
restructure the tracklist because he believes it flows better than before, a
sentiment that hits immediately when "Atlantis" kicks things off. And then
there's the one-two punch of hearing "End Of The World" (feat. Rashad)
and "Heaven on Earth" back to back, which reveals the true nuances of
these songs.
"Being some of my greatest material to date and the strongest lyrical
follow-up I've constructed since Below The Heavens," Blu says, "I feel
more than honored to have both EPs officially commemorated as an LP
to stand out amongst a band of classic full lengths produced by Nottz,
like Asher Roth, Kardinal Offishall, Rapper Big Pooh and so on."
For Nottz, it's all about showcasing the hypothetical Hip-Hop beast
dwelling beneath the surface of the previously released EPs. "Gods in
the Spirit was the beginning-an eye opener to the madness that me and
Blu were about to unleash," he says, "While Titans in the Flesh unleashed
the wrath."
"With both EPs now combined, it's a wrap-the kraken has officially been
released with reckless abandon," Nottz adds.

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