Fans eager for something to chew on before RZA and Koch deliver those Digi Snacks on July 1 need look no further: Bobby Digital has pulled back the curtain on the tracklist for his latest opus, as well as some...interesting cover art.
The Gary Alford illustration up there is no doubt etched into your occipital lobe for life by now, so let's just move on to the details, eh? Digi Snacks collects 15 tracks and features guest-work from only one other Clan member, Inspectah Deck (as you know), plus Crisis, Dexter Wiggles, Thea van Seijen, and the previously mentioned Stone Mecca. The Red Hot Chili Peppers' John Frusciante, Shavo Odadjian of System of a Down and the new RZA collabo Achozen, and George Harrison's son Dhani Harrison (who you might know from the Wu's "The Heart Gently Weeps "), all pitch in as well, and David Banner produced a track.
And if what RZA told Pitchfork recently is true, the album is "fun."
Listed below are the tracks that are going to appear on the album, though not in order. Additionally, Guitar Center will be selling copies of the album featuring bonus instrumentals.
But wait! That's just the "clean" version of the cover art up there, which will be for sale in most mainstream record stores. Its "dirty" counterpart resides just beyond the threshold of decency here we like to call the "jump", if your eyes are up to it. Needless to say, it's not safe for work, school, home, the car, the bank, the local watering hole, or really any place that isn't a box tucked deep under an adolescent boy's bed. Definitely not safe for any stages in Scotland, that's for sure.
If anyone asks though, just tell them you're checking out the, um, tour dates down there...right. [MORE...]
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