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A Tribe Called Quest, The Low End Theory (2XLP)

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Released in 1991, The Low End Theory is the second studio album by A Tribe Called Quest. Largely produced by group member Q-Tip, it is a departure from the group's debut album, enveloping a minimalist sound that combines bass, drum breaks and jazz samples. Lyrically, the album features social commentary, word play, humor and interplay between group members Q-Tip and Phife Dawg.


In the years since its release, The Low End Theory has garnered recognition from music critics and writers as a milestone in alternative hip hop. The album is regarded as Phife Dawg's breakout and is credited for helping launch rapper Busta Rhymes's successful solo career. The album's influence on artists in hip hop, R&B and other genres has been attributed to the group's lyricism and Q-Tip's production, which bridged the gap between jazz and hip hop. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest albums of all time, appearing on many best album lists by music critics and writers.



1. Excursions

2. Buggin' Out

3. Rap Promoter

4. Butter

5. Verses From The Abstract

6. Show Business

7. Vibes And Stuff

8. The Infamous Date Rape

9. Check The Rhime

10. Everything Is Fair

11. Jazz (We've Got)

12. Skypager

13. What?

14. Scenario

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