Aesop Rock – Spirit World Field Guide (2020) [FLAC, 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Aesop Rock
Album: Spirit World Field Guide
Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 01:03:17
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 754 MB


1-01. Aesop Rock – Hello From The Spirit World (02:05)
1-02. Aesop Rock – The Gates (03:50)
1-03. Aesop Rock – Button Masher (03:45)
1-04. Aesop Rock – Dog At The Door (01:28)
1-05. Aesop Rock – Gauze (03:12)
1-06. Aesop Rock – Pizza Alley (04:35)
1-07. Aesop Rock – Crystal Sword (02:19)
1-08. Aesop Rock – Boot Soup (04:07)
1-09. Aesop Rock – Coveralls (03:38)
1-10. Aesop Rock – Jumping Coffin (03:29)
1-11. Aesop Rock – Holy Waterfall (03:48)
1-12. Aesop Rock – Flies (00:46)
1-13. Aesop Rock – Salt (03:36)
1-14. Aesop Rock – Sleeper Car (03:41)
1-15. Aesop Rock – 1 to 10 (00:53)
1-16. Aesop Rock – Attaboy (02:59)
1-17. Aesop Rock – Kodokushi (03:52)
1-18. Aesop Rock – Fixed and Dilated (02:38)
1-19. Aesop Rock – Side Quest (01:20)
1-20. Aesop Rock – Marble Cake (04:15)
1-21. Aesop Rock – The Four Winds (02:50)

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Spirit World Field Guide is the eighth studio album by American hip hop artist Aesop Rock. It was released on November 13, 2020, through Rhymesayers Entertainment. It acts as a “guide” to the Spirit World. The album was preceded by two singles: “The Gates” released on September 9, and “Pizza Alley” released on October 16, 2020. Both were released with music videos directed by Rob Shaw and featuring animation from Justin “Coro” Kaufman, who also designed the album’s cover art. A third single and music video, “Coveralls”, was released on November 13 alongside the album.
In a positive review, Pitchfork’s Stephen Kearse praised Aesop Rock’s “vivid and imagistic” rapping and lyricism that “brims with wonder”. Kearse considered the album’s production “the best of [Aesop’s] career” while specifically highlighting “Gauze” and “Crystal Sword”, and considered Spirit World Field Guide to be “the most joyous album [Aesop Rock] has ever made”. Tom Breihan of Stereogum referred to the album as “an exploration of one man’s crippling dread” with “dense and layered” lyrics, praising the “warm and lush and genuinely funky” sound of Aesop’s production. He concluded that Spirit World Field Guide “an album that sounds and works like nothing else”, and later ranked it as the ninth-best rap album of 2020.

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