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Planet Hemp - Usuário Album

Genre: Hip hop / Rock
Performer: Planet Hemp
Title: Usuário
Style: Hardcore, Conscious
Date of release: 1995
FLAC album size: 1634 mb
MP3 album size: 2445 mb

Tracklist

Planet Hemp
Muthafuckin' Racists
Mary Jane
Untitled
Legalize Já
Phunky Buddha
Porcos Fardados
Dig, Dig, Dig (Hempa)
Não Compre, Plante!
Bala Perdida
Fazendo A Cabeça
Speed Funk
Mantenha O Respeito
DeisDazSeis
(no audio)
P... Disfarçada
A Culpa É De Quem?
Skunk
Futuro Do País

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
850.242/2-479030Planet Hemp Usuário ‎(CD, Album)Chaos 850.242/2-479030Brazil1995
177.430/1-479030Planet Hemp Usuário ‎(LP)Chaos Recordings177.430/1-479030Brazil1995
33128-1Planet Hemp Usuário ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)Polysom33128-1Brazil2012
33327-4Planet Hemp Usuário ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Polysom33327-4Brazil2018
850.242/2-479030Planet Hemp Usuário ‎(CD, Album, RP)Chaos 850.242/2-479030BrazilUnknown

Album

Usuário - Álbum completo do Planet Hemp: 01 - Não Compre, Plante 02 - Porcos Fardados 03 - Legalize Já 04 - Deis Daz Seis - Planet Hemp 05 - Phunky Buddha 06 - Mary Jane Tradução 07 - Planet Hemp - Planet Hemp 08 - Fazendo A Cabeça 09 - Futuro Do País 10 - Mantenha O Respeito 11 - Puta Disfarçada 12 - Speed Funk 13 - Mutha Fuckin' Racists 14 - Dig, Dig, Dig Hempa 15 - Skunk 16 - A Culpa É De Quem . Album 1999 17 Songs. Planet Hemp. Hip-HopRap free to Planet Hemp Usuário Não compre, plante, Porcos fardados and more. 17 tracks 54:10. Album Name Usuário. Type Album. Released date 1995. Labels Sony Music. Music StyleRock Fusion. Members owning this album0. Não Compre, Plante. Phunky Buddha. Mary Jane. Fazendo a Cabeça. Futuro do País. Planet Hemp is a Brazilian rap rock musical group, known for starting the career of rappers Marcelo D2 and BNegão for its lyrics supporting the legality of cannabis. The band was founded in Rio de Janeiro in 1993, with original members Marcelo D2, Skunk, Rafael, Formigão and Bacalhau. The band broke up in 2001 due to differences between the band members, and Marcelo D2 and BNegão are increasing focus on their solo projects. Since 2013 the band reunited and there are plans for new albums. Writer: D2 - Tonho - Claudio Inspiração - Rafael, Composers: D2 - Tonho - Claudio Inspiração - Rafael. Página Oficial da banda Planet Hemp. Quando o Planet Hemp lançou o seu primeiro disco em 1995, embalou os brasileiros com uma mistura e. 1,184,653 people like this. 1,188,263 people follow this. 127 BPM. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 112BPM 0, with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Recent albums by Planet Hemp. A invasão do sagaz homem fumaça

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Página Oficial da banda Planet Hemp. Quando o Planet Hemp lançou o seu primeiro disco em 1995, embalou os brasileiros com uma mistura e. 1,184,276 people like this. 1,188,011 people follow this. Listen to music from Planet Hemp like Mantenha O Respeito, Contexto & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Planet Hemp. Planet Hemp began attracting mainstream attention due to the violent outbreaks which were common during their concerts. In 1994 Skunk, one of the original band members passed away, interrupting Planet Hemp's career for some time, but after B Negão joined the group they signed a contract with Sony Music, releasing Usuá read more. Rap, Rock, Ska, Hardcore and Samba. Planet Hemp is a Brazilian rap rock musical group, known for starting the career of rappers Marcelo D2 and BNegão for its lyrics supporting the legality of cannabis. The band was founded in Rio de Janeiro in 1993, with original members Marcelo D2, Skunk, Rafael, Formigão and Bacalhau. The band broke up in 2001 due to differences between the band members, and Marcelo D2 and BNegão are increasing focus on their solo projects. Since 2013 the band reunited and there are plans for new albums. degenerated in violence, Planet Hemp's records went gold and platinum and they also performed with established hip-hoppers like the. In 1993, Marcelo D2 and Skunk wanted to fPleading for the legalization of marijuana and supported by energetic performances that usually degenerated in violence, Planet Hemp's records went gold and platinum and they also performed with established hip-hoppers like the Beastie Boys and Cypress Hill. In 1993, Marcelo D2 and Skunk wanted to f. All songs by Planet Hemp. Planet Hemp. Queimando Tudo Remixes. Hemp New Year. Planet Hemp, Fernanda Abreu. Os Cães Ladram Mas A Caravana Não Pára. A Invasão Do Sagaz Homem Fumaça. Planet Hemp: Brazilian rap rock musical group, known for starting the career of rappers Marcelo D2 and BNegão for its lyrics supporting the legality of cannabis. Porcos Fardados, Bicho Feroz Música Incidental, P. Disfarçada, Repelente Música Incidental, Legalize Já. Check out Planet Hemp on Beatport. Sony Music Entertainment. Os Cães Ladram Mas a Caravana Não Pára. HOMO Produções apresenta: Planet Hemp - Best Of Planet Hemp Não compre plante 00:32 Queimando tudo 04:44 Stab Ao vivo 07:39 01:12:12 Dig Dig Dig Planet. Box Planet Hemp. Não Compre, Plante Исполнитель. Find the song lyrics for Planet Hemp - Top Tracks. Discover top playlists and videos from your favourite artists on Shazam. Hip HopRap. Top Songs By Planet Hemp. Mantenha O Respeito. Nega Do Cabelo Duro. Queimando Tudo. Dig Dig Dig Hempa. Legalize Já Versão 2017

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Comments to album Planet Hemp - Usuário
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The group was originally formed by Skunk who, in the early 1990s, met rapper Marcelo D2 at the time he was selling T-shirts in downtown Rio. So at that time, Skunk and Marcelo D2 wanted to form a Rap duo this around 1992/1993. But they had no equipment.

In 1993, the duo met guitarist Rafael, drummer Bacalhau and bassist Formigão and, in a matter of few rehearsals, composed the first songs. Therefore, still in 1993, the group was already performing in alternative places in the cities of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, playing songs such as "Porcos Fardados", "Phunky Budda", "P...Disfarçada", among others.

In 1994, Planet Hemp met producer Elza Cohen, who at that time was organizing a festival with independent groups called Super Demo. Super Demo, by the way, was responsible for launching the first Planet Hemp record the following year. The founder of the group, Skunk, did not witness this moment, as he died of AIDS in 1994.

The record came to the world at a time when few records in Brazil were released, because at that time, the market was turned to the cd. The circulation was limited and therefore became a difficult item to obtain, considering that Planet Hemp was a group that reached the general public in the 1990s. The first time I heard this record was on my brother's birthday in 1995. A friend of my brother brought the cd as a gift. It marked me deeply. It was a moment of puberty excitement, a sense of discovery of a new horizon.

When people in Brazil hear the name of the band - Planet Hemp - they automatically remember group lyrics that dealt with legalizing marijuana, such as "Legalize Já" and "Mantenha O Respeito", which happened to have In fact, Planet Hemp discovered a certain breach in the market: the possibility of dialogue with the public through a taboo theme in Brazil (and in the world): the use of drugs. However, although much of the disclosure of the record was based on the lyrics about marijuana, what has been little commented on about this record concerns its musical aesthetics.

In the 1990s, 99% of Brazilian Music criticism was completely linked to Rock and MPB. A record that belonged to another style of music that was not part of these two worlds would be completely neglected by the Brazilian critics, or, to a certain extent, would receive a superficial and dubious critique. Therefore, this record was doubtfully classified as a Rock record by Brazilian Music critics. What few realize - and still can't realize - is that this record is not quite a Rock record, but a record that fuses elements of Rock, Funk and Rap.

In my field of perception, I see that both Marcelo D2 and Skunk - as well as B Negão, who also shared the microphones with the duo and became the second part of the group's rappers after Skunk's death - brought the influence of Rap to the band. The influence of Cypress Hill is clear, especially in lyrics, as well as groups such as Public Enemy, NWA and De La Soul, which appear in samples or in references in lyrics. The track "Porcos Fardados", for example, has samples from NWA "Fuck The Police"; the track "P ...Disfarçada", brings a reference to the song "Sophiscated Bitch", by Public Enemy.

It is worth remembering that the incredible and short track called "Deis das Seis" is one of the first Ragga that the brazilian public met with lyrics in portuguese. At the end of the record, another surprise: the track "A Culpa É De Quem?" does not seem to fit the concept, the aesthetics of the record; maybe that's why this track was put to be at the end of the album. This track may be a musical memory of Marcelo D2 and B Negão about Rio's 80s suburban parties, Baile Funk, as it has uptempo beats similar to the sound that played in Rio in the middle of the late 1980s, Electro Bass.

At the same time, the band had a rock band formation, with bass, drums and guitar, and also brought influences of Punk Rock and Hardcore, which are clear on tracks like "Bala Perdida", Mary Jane" and "Muthafuckin' Racists". The last two, by the way, promote a mix of Rock and Rap that resembles something from Body Count, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy or the Judgment Night soundtrack. I believe the group had an original idea of ​​bringing a band to compose their musical bases. Because Planet Hemp was a band in Brazil in the 1990s, it made the band go through a larger circus of shows, events, which would be narrower in my view if they were a rap group with mc and dj at that very moment.

However, what Brazilian Music critics have forgotten (or ignored) since the birth of this record is that this record is undoubtedly one of the Brazilian records most influenced by the (Psychedelic) Funk of the early 1970s within the range of records released in the 1990s.Again, I say that Planet Hemp had a good idea of using a band: in that sense, a band that provided Funk 70's music bases for rappers to sing on those bases, unlike much of the stuff made in the 90s, whose musical premise was to reinvent Funk 70s (or the 1980s) through the use of samples. This made the band have a unique musical identity.

Funkadelic influences clearly appear on tracks such as "Não Compre Plante", "Fazendo Sua Cabeça", Skunk", "Phunky Buddah" and "P...Disfarçada". Listen to these tracks and you'll be transported to the Funkadelic early record environment, hovering over Dennis Coffey, Mandrill and Sly & The Family Stone. Add to that Rap and Rock influences. You have the first album of Planet Hemp. It permeates these universes, that is, it is the result of this hybrid mix of musical styles.
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