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So you could call this rerelease Shadow's first bid for a legacy, and his admission that no matter how many fans called Endtroducing a masterpiece, someone else needs to slap that word on the cover for the next batch of kids. Yet even more than the first time, this is also a meditation on mortality. Shadow knows what it's like to wander through that basement, find some buried treasure-- some sax riff like those immortal notes on "What Does Your Soul Look Like, (Pt. 1 - Blue Sky Revisit)"-- and resurrect it for millions of listeners, like an irrational God on beats 'n breaks Judgment Day. And he also knows how it feels to be in that bin, like all of us on the way to our own graves, where we'll be trapped with all the other goners-- hoping someone will see something a little different and special in us, that might pull us out of the pile. 


A1 Best Foot Forward
A2 Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt
A3 The Number Song
B1.a Changeling
B1.b **Transmission 1
B2 Stem/Long Stem
C1.a **Transmission 2
C1.b Mutual Slump
C2 Organ Donor
C3 Why Hip Hop Sucks In '96
C4 Midnight In A Perfect World
D1 Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain
D2.a What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1 - Blue Sky Revisit)
D2.b **Transmission 3