- Summary: The experimental, often noisy hip-hop duo (former third member Still has left the group) from New Jersey returns with a follow-up to 2005's 'Absence.'
- Record Label: Ipecac
- Genre(s): Electronic, Experimental, Rap
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Under The RadarA hip-hop masterpiece. [#17, p.98]
The album does what all great art does: guides its audience without giving them concrete answers (or even directions), forcing them to think for themselves instead of blindly following others, and eventually leading them, hopefully, to some kind of greater, albeit more complex, understanding of things.
SysTooLMar 17, 2007Another excellent album by DALEK. This is real hip hop, dark, ambiant and intelligent. You got to have a try.
JosephFMay 14, 2007What kind of band name is Dalek? Someone's been watching too much Dr. Who... Exterminate!!
Nov 5, 2010Rap for metal fans. Bland, weak, and drab. If anyone thinks that this artist has talent, I highly suggest doing more research, because thereRap for metal fans. Bland, weak, and drab. If anyone thinks that this artist has talent, I highly suggest doing more research, because there are far better rappers out there.… Expand
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