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DJ Shadow - The Outsider mp3 Performer: DJ Shadow
Album: The Outsider
Country: US
Released: 19 Sep 2006
Style: Alternative Rock, Downtempo, Breaks, Trip Hop, Hip Hop
Label: Universal Motown
Genre: Electro / Rap / Rock
Catalog #: B0007443-02
Size MP3: 2181 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 851
Record Source: CD, Album


Featuring – Lateef The Truth Speaker, Q-TipMastered By – Tom CoynePerformer [Sample From "Bobby"] – Severance Recorded By [Vocals] – Jesse GladstoneVocals [Additional] – CountWritten-By – K. Fareed, L. Daumont
2Dats My Part
Featuring – E-40Mastered By – Tom CoyneRecorded By [Vocals] – D-Wiz, Droop-EWritten-By – E. Stevens
3Seein Thangs
Featuring – David BannerMastered By – Tom CoynePerformer [Sample From "Crimson Red"] – CeceliaRecorded By [Additional] – Scott BomarWritten-By – L. Crump
4This Time (I'm Gonna Try It My Way)
Arranged By [Instruments] – DJ Shadow, Max WeissenfeldtArranged By [Strings], Conductor – Wil MaloneFeaturing [Instruments] – The HeliocentricsMastered By – Mazen MuradMixed By [Assist] – Joe HirstRecorded By [Assistant] – George RenwickRecorded By [Strings] – Phil RoseStrings – London Session OrchestraVocals, Written-By – Unknown Artist
5Backstage Girl
Featuring – Phonte ColemanMastered By – Mazen MuradWritten-By – P. Coleman
6Keep Em Close
Featuring – NumpPerformer [Sample From "TaTa (Instrumental)"] – Timothy WilsonWritten-By – D. Perfetto
7Triplicate / Something Happened That Day
Mastered By – Mazen MuradPerformer [Sample From "In A Landscape"], Written-By [Sample From "In A Landscape"], Composed By [Sample From "In A Landscape"] – John CageWritten-By – J. Cage
8Outsider Intro
Mastered By – Mazen MuradVocals – Oliver Tobias
9Erase You
Featuring – Chris James Mastered By – Mazen MuradMixed By – DJ Shadow, Jim AbbissMixed By [Assisted] – Jesse Gladstone, Joe HirstWritten-By – C. James
10Droop-E Drop0:18
11Broken Levee Blues
Guitar – Joe GoreMastered By – Mazen MuradPerformer [Sample From "Rolling Love Pt. 2"] – 3 Days Ahead LPFVocals – Taalam Acey
12Turf Dancing
Featuring – Animaniaks, The FederationMastered By – Tom CoyneWritten-By – A. Caldwell, Marvin Selmon, T. Jackson
13The Tiger
Drums [Additional] – CountFeaturing – Christopher Karloff, Sergio PizzornoMastered By – Mazen MuradMixed By – DJ Shadow, Jim AbbissMixed By [Assisted] – Jesse Gladstone, Joe HirstPercussion [Additional] – Jack YglesiasWritten-By – S. Pizzorno
14You Made It
Arranged By [Strings] – DJ ShadowArranged By [Strings], Conductor – Wil MaloneFeaturing – Chris James Mastered By – Tim YoungMixed By – DJ Shadow, Jim AbbissMixed By [Assisted] – Jesse Gladstone, Joe HirstPercussion [Additional] – CountPerformer [Sample From "Hard On Me"] – The Bentleys Performer [Strings] – The London Session OrchestraRecorded By [Assisted] – George RenwickRecorded By [Strings] – Phil RoseWritten-By – C. James
15What Have I Done
Featuring – Christina CarterMastered By – Mazen MuradPerformer [Sample From "Grow"] – Scott WitteRecorded By [Vocals] – Jesse GladstoneWritten-By – C. Carter
163 Freaks
Featuring – Keak Da Sneak, Turf TalkMastered By – Tom CoyneVocals [Additional] – DJ D-SharpWritten-By – C. Williams, D. Bernstein
17Artifact (Instrumental)
Mastered By – Mazen MuradMixed By – DJ Shadow, Jim Abbiss
183 Freaks (Droop-E Remix)
Edited By – DJ ShadowFeaturing – Keak Da Sneak, Mistah Fab, Turf TalkMastered By – Tom CoyneRecorded By [Additional Vocals] – NumpRemix, Producer [Additional] – Droop-EWritten-By – C. Williams, D. Bernstein, E. Stevens, Jr., S. Cox


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
1703468DJ Shadow The Outsider ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition, Sup)Island Records1703468UK & Europe2006
1705023DJ Shadow The Outsider ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Island Records 1705023Russia2006
noneDJ Shadow The Outsider ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo)Island RecordsnoneUK2006
noneDJ Shadow The Outsider ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo)Island RecordsnoneFrance2006
DJSH-001DJ Shadow The Outsider Instrumentals ‎(2xLP, Album, Num)Reconstruction ProductionsDJSH-001US2009


  • Art Direction, IllustrationPaul Insect
  • EngineerJim Abbiss (tracks: 9, 12, 13, 15)
  • ManagementJamal Chalabi
  • Mixed By, EngineerCount (tracks: 1 to 8, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17)
  • Producer, Mixed By, Scratches, Arranged By, BeatsDJ Shadow
  • Written-ByJ. Davis


Track 6 contains a sample of 'Ta Ta' by Timothy Wilson.
Track 7 contains a sample of 'Crimson Red' by Cecelia.
Track 8 contains a sample of 'Rolling Love Pt 2' by 3 Days Ahead.
Track 11 contains a sample of 'In A Landscape' by John Cage.
Track 14 contains a sample of 'Grow' by Scott Witte.
Track 15 contains a sample of 'Hard On Me' by The Bentleys.
Track 16 contains a sample of 'Bobby' by Severance.

Issued in a eight-panel Digipak.


  • Barcode (Scanned): 602517049574
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02517 04957 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): B00 074 4302 [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): [EDC logo] B00 074 4302 [email protected] B
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1, 2): IFPI L006
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0373
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0323
  • Other (Mould, Variant 2): MADE IN USA BY UML


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Records
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Records
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Pressed By – EDC, USA
  • Produced For – Reconstruction Productions
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Recorded At – Miloco Studios
  • Recorded At – Olympic Studios
  • Recorded At – D-Shot Studio
  • Recorded At – San Francisco Soundworks
  • Recorded At – The Plant Studios
  • Recorded At – Chung King Studios
  • Mixed At – Chung King Studios
  • Copyright (c) – Henmar Press Inc.
  • Published By – Yolo Boy
  • Published By – Mo Wax Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing
  • Published By – Turf Talk Music
  • Published By – Yellow Twankie Music
  • Published By – Your Momma Looks Like A Man Music
  • Published By – Momma Dot Muzik
  • Published By – Needz Hiz Publishing
  • Published By – Crump Tight Publishing
  • Published By – Imagine Nation Music
  • Published By – Songs Of Windswept
  • Published By – Henmar Press Inc.
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing
  • Published By – Christina Carter
  • Published By – U Betta Like My Muzik
  • Published By – Dread Piper Music
  • Published By – E-40 Music
  • Published By – Lava Literature


The Outsider is the third studio album by American hip hop producer DJ Shadow, released by Universal Motown Records on September 19, 2006. It peaked at number 77 on the Billboard 200 chart. Listen free to DJ Shadow The Outsider Outsider Intro, This Time I'm Gonna Try It My Way and more. 18 tracks 70:37. Текст песни: In the twilight of a time There emerges a need for man to comprehend his own bitter fate Finally resigned to the inevitable beyond, he searches the ages Desperate for stories of assurance, redemption and The Outsider, a playlist by DJ Shadow from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 1 January 2006. Outsider Intro. Not available in Russian Federation. Album 2006 19 Songs. But though The Outsider finds Shadow abandoning the dust choked turntablism that made him famous, it also finds him return to first principles. Shadow first made his name in the early 90s Bay Area hip-hop scene producing shuddering boom-bap for Paris and Zimbabwe Legit, and he sounds happy to be working with challenging MCs again. Theres a palpable joy in the trunk rattling roar of tracks like Turf Dancing , and 3 Freaks that was sorely lacking in Shadows last record, the excellent, but somewhat formulaic Private Press. DJ Shadow - The Outsider Looking from the outside in at DJ Shadow's third studio album The Outsider is no simple task given how emphatically different its content and style is from previous releases Endtroducing and The Private Press - both critically acclaimed by musicians and critics alike. The latter two albums made a massive mark in the world of trip-hop and revealed the heights that can be scaled when a master of sampling plies his trade. Yet The Outsider must be looked at from an alternative perspective, and as a stand-alone body of work: it is neither groundbreaking nor li. The Outsider is the third studio album by the American hip hop producer DJ Shadow, released on September 19, 2006 by Universal Motown Records in the United States and by Island Records internationally. The album departs dramatically from DJ Shadow's signature instrumental hip hop sound and covers a large range of styles and genres, including hyphy, indie rock, blues, spoken word, punk rock and pop rap. 1 Background


Ok. Fine. I admit. I missed this one. I don't know how it happened. Either it didn't make a big splash, or I got stuck playing Endtroducing... I guess both are true. Meanwhile, Josh Davis, who slammed the above mentioned monumental debut back in 1996, returned a decade later with a third DJ Shadow album. The Outsider may surprise (and/or disappoint) any DJ Shadow fan. The album has only a few instrumental tracks, and it's pretty hip-hop heavy, featuring a long list of West Coast rappers, including Keak Da Sneak, Federation, and Q-Tip from A Tribe Called Quest. Davis is based out of Bay Area, so it would be almost impossible for him to ignore the hyphy movement. Speaking to The Skinny magazine, Davis said, "it was really exciting when it came along and rather than do what I would probably have done in the past and go 'well gee, I'm a guy who mainly works with samples, so I guess this is just gonna pass me by,' I embraced it." Half way through the album we get a taste of blues, followed by an upbeat instrumental piece, and soon Davis drops a couple of indie tracks, featuring the vocals of Chris James from Stateless. Luckily for me, I dig the West Coast hip-hop sound. And I was equally impressed with the indie rock sound. But The Outsider may turn away the die hard fans. I guess the days of record digging may be over for the DJ Shadow that we know [and love], and as Davis matured, so did his desire for quality studio production. Favorite tracks: This Time (I'm Gonna Try It My Way), Backstage Girl, and Erase You.
DJ Shadow goes hyphy! _The Outsider_ represents a departure in sound for him, even if the the spoken word intro promises something ominous and "This Time" is a piece of sunny upbeat funk. But "3 Freaks" brings in the granddaddy of hyphy, Keak Da Sneak, for some grindy hip-hop more interested in partying than head-nodding. And things continue in that vein for pretty much the entirety of the album. "Seein Things" takes on an angrier tone, addressing the government's mangled response to Hurricane Katrina, leading into the electric guitar blues of "Broken Levee Blues." After some more nonsense, "Triplicate/Something Happened That Day" gets us back to what made DJ Shadow (almost) a household name. After that, the album takes on an indie rock vibe, with "The Tiger" and "Erase You." Christina Carter's delicate voice buoys "What Have I Done." And if "You Made It" sounds suspiciously like a Coldplay sound... well, I blame Chris James for that. But, jarringly, "Enuff" throws the hip-hop back in the fold, even if it's not as grating as the hyphy of the earlier half. I won't even comment on "Dats My Part." It's a maddeningly uneven album, but perhaps it's naive to assume that DJ Shadow would continue doing _Endtroducing_ over and over again. I'm eager to see how he develops next.