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Pharoahe Monch Preps PTSD EP

By September 27, 2012

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Pharoahe Monch is back. Today, he released the final track in his anti-gun trilogy. The series started with "Stray Bullet," which appeared on Organized Konfusion's 1994 album, Stress: The Extinction Agenda. Then came 2007's "When the Gun Draws," off Monchichi's solo album, Desire. The third and final installment is titled "Damage."

See also: Interview with Pharoahe Monch | Desire | W.A.R.

Like its predecessors, the Lee Stone-produced "Damage" tackles the issue of gun violence. There are references to inner-city killings and the Trayvon Martin case. The artwork is a histrionic reminder that bullets have no names.

"Damage" is the lead track from Pharoahe's forthcoming EP, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), out this fall.

Take a listen.

 

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September 29, 2012 at 10:43 am
(1) smike55 says:

Stress: Extinction Agenda is one of my favorite albums ever. I hope his new project is more oriented towards social issues than political ones. If it keeps this level of production I think the sky is the limit.

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