|1||Dilltastic Vol Won(derful)
Mixed By – Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson, Steve MandelOther [Overseen By] – J DillaRecorded By – Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson
Producer – Kamal Gray, Randy Watson ExperienceVoice [Featuring] – Wadud Ahmad
|4||Don't Feel Right
Producer – TahirVocals [Featuring] – Maimouna Youssef
|5||In The Music
Mixed By – Jon SmeltzProducer – Owen Biddle, Pedro MartinezRap [Featuring] – Porno
|6||Take It There
Backing Vocals [Fx Vocals] – Mercedes MartinezHuman Beatbox – RahzelProducer – Adam Blackstone, Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson, Pedro MartinezRap [Chorus] – Dice RawVoice [Spoken Word] – Wadud Ahmad
Producer – John McGlincheyRecorded By – John McGlincheyVocals [Chorus] – Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson, Dice Raw, Michael HeinzerVocals [Featuring] – John-John
|8||Here I Come
Co-producer – Brook D'Leau, Owen Biddle, Pedro MartinezRap [Featuring] – Dice Raw
Co-producer – Omar EdwardsProducer – Darryl Robinson*, Owen BiddleRap [Chorus] – Dice RawRap [Featuring] – Peedi PeediVocals [Featuring] – Bunny Sigler
|10||Livin' In A New World
Backing Vocals – Mercedes MartinezVocals [Featuring] – John-John
|11||Clock With No Hands
Co-producer – Brook D'LeauVocals [Featuring] – Mercedes Martinez
Producer – Randy Watson ExperienceVocals [Featuring] – Jack Davey
|13||Can't Stop This
Co-producer – Randy Watson Experience, The RootsProducer – J DillaRecorded By – J Dilla
|1706204||The Roots||Game Theory (CD, Album)||Def Jam Recordings, Mercury||1706204||UK||2006|
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album by the Roots, peaked at number twenty-one on the Billboard 200. In 1999, The Roots' fourth album Things Fall Apart became the band's biggest success. The album was certified gold in the US, and its single "You Got Me" peaked at number thirty-nine on the Billboard Hot 100, and number nineteen on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. You Got Me" won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 2000. The Roots founded the company Okayplayer, and released The Tipping Point in 2004. In 2006, The Roots signed to Def Jam, and released Game Theory under Def Jam and Rising Down in 2008; the band's album How I Got Over was released in 2010. The Roots released two live concert albums, the first being The Roots Come Alive in 2000, and the next The Roots Present in 2005.
Picking up where Game Theory left off, the album maintains a dark and political tone, with Black Thought and several guests venting about the ills of society today. The Roots were featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album, and showcased many notable musicians including Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Trey Anastasio, Gwen Stefani, No Doubt, Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Manu Chao, Ryan Adams, Keith Richards, Toots Hibbert, Paul Douglas, Jackie Jackson, Ken Boothe, and The.
Game Theory (CD, Album). Def Jam Recordings, Mercury. 00602517001268, 331174. Game Theory (CD, Album). The Roots Don't Feel Right trilogy video 3:59.
So the Roots were sent off to make a Roots album. you know, that "artsy shit. Miraculously, art-hop's highest get concise on Game Theory- cutting song lengths, spoken-word tedium, and call-and-response nonsense.
The Roots - Game Theory (Album Version Explicit). 4. The Roots - Don't Feel Right. 5. The Roots - In The Music (Album Version Explicit). 6. The Roots - Take It There (Album Version Explicit). 7. The Roots - Baby (Album Version Explicit). 8. The Roots - Here I Come (Album Version Explicit). 9. The Roots - Long Time (Album Version Explicit). 10. The Roots - Livin' In A New World (Album Version Explicit). 11. The Roots - Clock With No Hands (Album Version Explicit).
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On Game Theory, The Roots lay down some of their hardest grooves to date, such as on the title track, the solid first single Don’t Feel Right and the cheating turned crime of passion tale Baby, which features a chilling organ that, interestingly enough, recalls Wilco’s How to Fight Loneliness . At 13 tracks and around 47 minutes in length, Game Theory provides a surprisingly lean, bullshit-free offering-their most focused to date. Every track is an absolute triumph, every beat solid, every groove impeccable and every word poignant.
Artists The Roots Game Theory. Game Theory The Roots. This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Game Theory. BPM Profile Game Theory. Album starts at 70BPM, ends at 92BPM (+22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Roots. And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.