Themes tend toward transcendence and mind expansion, as the subtitle of the album ("A New Refutation Of Time And Space") and the numerous references to chemical recreation ("Nickel Bags" is one of the highlights here) would indicate. With the overwhelming popularity of gangsta and hardcore street rap, REACHIN' only made a minor splash/5(81).
May 08, · referencing Reachin' (A New Refutation Of Time And Space), LP, Album, Unofficial, , Picked up for 15 euros at the store while the remaster was on offer for 40 euros. Really surprised with how good it sounds, bass is superb, vocals and melodies too/5().
Landing in , Digable Planets' Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), settled in on the consciousness of a large cross section of listeners ranging from alt-rockers, metal freaks, and headz worldwide. A surprise hit with the press and the general populace alike, Reachin' was released at the most opportune time of the '90s. The so-called alternative scene had just blown up in '91 and '92, Price: $
Jimmi Diggin Cats. by Digable Planets. Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) Pendulum Producer: Butterfly. Main genre: Hip-Hop / Rap / R&B. Tags: East Coast Hip-Hop, Jazz Rap, Old School Hip-Hop. Contains samples of 2 songs. Hook / Riff Soul / Funk / Disco. Summer.
Limited to copies. First vinyl reissue expanded as a double LP for improved sound deep liner notes by Larry Mizell Jr. interviewing Ishmael “Butterfly” Butler lyrics included for the first time 2xLP housed in a deluxe wide spine jacket with booklet and inner sleeve at a time when hip-hop was determined to snap your neck, a young, hip trio from Brooklyn (by way of Seattle, Philly, and.