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Due September 27th, with guest shots from Posdnous, Talib Kweli, Tom Vek, and Little Dragon. Check out “Warning Call” below.

01 Back to Front (Circular Logic)
02 Border Crossing
03 Stay the Course [ft. Posdnuos and Talib Kweli]
04 I’ve Been Trying
05 Sad and Lonely
06 Warning Call [ft. Tom Vek]
07 Tedium
08 Enemy Lines
09 Going Nowhere
10 Redeemed
11 Run for Your Life
12 Give Me Back the Nights
13 I Gotta Rokk
14 Scale It Back [ft. Little Dragon]
15 Circular Logic (Front to Back)
16 (Not So) Sad and Lonely [Bonus Track]

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8 Responses to "DJ Shadow – "The Less You Know, The Better" Cover Artwork + Tracklist"
  • Tom says:

    Oh DJ Shadow, how I hate you so much for selling out. You honestly should have just changed your name when are doing shit hyphy projects and things like this. I wish there was a DJ Shadow who continued to keep plunderphonics alive. Oh yeah…his name is Cut Chemist, and thank God he still exists, because DJ Shadow doesn’t.

  • Tom says:

    I’m not sure if my first comment didn’t post correctly or if it was removed? I was just saying that it’s a shame that DJ Shadow has sold out over the years, and that if he was going to do “hyphy” projects and things lke this, he should just change his name and do it under a different alias. He used to be one of the best plunderphonic artists ever. Also, I saw on his tour they are charging $60-$100 for tickets? Who does he think he is? I saw Kraftwerk for $60. I’m still glad that Cut Chemist exists.

  • Rizzo says:

    Let me preface this by saying that Entroducing is one of my favorite albums of all time.

    Every time I hear of a new Shadow project I hope it sounds like Entroducing, however if they all sounded the same I’m sure I would have gotten tired of it.

    So essentially if artists keep making the same stuff, I get tired of them (Jurassic 5, Talib Kweli), and if they change, I don’t like them anymore (Shadow, RJD2, Mos Def, Nas)

  • Rizzo says:

    Also might I add, “selling out” by making shitty hyphy songs may be one of the worst business transactions ever. At least try to get some money!

  • Tom says:

    I understand what you are saying by artists progressing. Endtroducing was one of my favorite albums as well. I also loved Private Press. I honestly would have never gotten tired of hearing things that sound like that over and over again. The art of sampling (sound collage) is something that has always been embedded in my soul. It’s a genre of it’s own and there are very few who continue with it. Which could be partly due to everybody wanting to sue everybody. DJ Shadow was one of the best at it, and when he went somewhere else, it was like when Michael Jordan left basketball decided he wanted to play baseball. :P

    I do think people thought “hyphy” was going to be the next “crunk”, but it never caught on. Thank God. haha. I haven’t heard the whole new album, but the songs I’ve heard so far from it make me feel like I am remembering a dead relative.

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