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Jaylib - Champion Sound mp3 album
  • Performer: Jaylib
  • Title: Champion Sound
  • Genre: Hip hop
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2003
  • MP3 size: 1636 mb
  • FLAC size 1696 mb

Champion Sound is the only studio album by the duo Jaylib (hip hop musicians J Dilla and Madlib). Half of the songs are produced by Madlib and feature J Dilla on vocals, and the other half are produced by J Dilla and feature Madlib on vocals. This album was the first of the Madlib duo collaboration albums made during the 2000s. Jaylib began in 2000 when DJ J Rocc of the Beat Junkies gave a CD of unused instrumental tracks by J Dilla to Madlib.

Stones Throw Catalog. Album Stones Throw STH2162. Description: When it came time to repress Madlib and J Dilla's Champion Sound in 2007, Madlib quietly handed us a disc of remixes he'd done for his half of this album - it was too good to pass up, so this deluxe reissue was born.

Champion Sound was the first and only album released by Jaylib, consisting of producers J Dilla and Madlib, in 2003 via Stone Throw Records. It features frequent Dilla collaborators Frank N Dank and fellow Soulquarian member Talib Kweli. The project explores conventional hip hop themes such as braggadocio, the street lifestyle and even a little humour through Lib’s alter-ego Quasimoto. The project was equally split: Dilla performed over Madlib’s instrumentals and vice versa. This was because, according to Complex, Champion Sound was recorded on only two tracks and sent to and from one another.

Jaylib became a quick reality, so the producers started sending each other beats to rap over. As each were situated in their home towns (Dilla in Detroit and Madlib in . they fleshed out Champion Sound, which will easily win the award for the Most Blunted Album of the Year; these guys were smoking serious greens while working this one out. As one might expect, the production qualities of an album made by two of hip-hop's most celebrated producers is rich in texture, innovation, and solid momentum. Where Madlib is a seasoned MC (look at Lootpack's Soundpieces or Quasimoto's.

Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album, Promo). Play It Again Sam, Stones Throw Records. référencement Champion Sound, 2xLP, Album, STH2062. Répondre Notifiez moi Helpful.

Champion Sound by Jaylib on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Champion Sound (2003). Shine on Straight Arrow by Cris Williamson (1971). 90% of Me Is You by Gwen McCrae (1974). Buffalo Gals by Malcolm McLaren (1982). see 6 more connections.

And while one doesn’t need a fat blunt to enjoy this album, both producers have made better, well-rounded albums, making this feel disappointing, especially when it’s realized they’re no Rakim on the mic. If anything, the instrumental version of the album would be a better listen, or to start with if one is new to the two beat monkeys


L.A. To Detroit 1:20
McNasty Filth 2:55
Nowadays 3:09
Champion Sound 2:23
The Red 3:14
Heavy 4:04
Raw Shit 3:09
The Official 3:32
The Heist 3:06
The Mission 2:45
React 2:46
Strapped 3:13
Strip Club 2:50
The Exclusive 1:24
Survival Test 3:56
Starz 3:04
No Games 1:37


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STH2062 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(2xLP, Album) Stones Throw Records STH2062 US 2003
STH 2079 Jaylib Champion Sound - Instrumentals ‎(2xLP) Stones Throw Records STH 2079 US 2003
PIASX038DLP, 940.0038.012 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(2xLP, Album) [PIAS] Recordings, Stones Throw Records PIASX038DLP, 940.0038.012 Europe 2003
940.0038.012, STH 2062, PIASX038DLP Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Play It Again Sam [PIAS], Stones Throw Records, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] 940.0038.012, STH 2062, PIASX038DLP UK 2003
940.0038.020 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album) Play It Again Sam [PIAS] 940.0038.020 Europe 2003
STH 2062 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album, Fir) Stones Throw Records STH 2062 US 2003
PIASX038CD, 940.0038.020 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings PIASX038CD, 940.0038.020 Europe 2003
PIASX038CDP Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Play It Again Sam [PIAS], Stones Throw Records PIASX038CDP Europe 2003
STH 2062 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album, Sec) Stones Throw Records STH 2062 US 2003
STH 2062-P Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Promo) Stones Throw Records STH 2062-P US 2003
BDCD1014 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(CD, Album) Basement Digs BDCD1014 Australia 2004
sth2162 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(2xCD, Album, Dlx) Stones Throw Records sth2162 US 2007
STH 2062 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Stones Throw Records STH 2062 US 2009
STH2162 Jaylib Champion Sound - Bonus Trx + Rmx ‎(Cass, C30) Stones Throw Records STH2162 US 2015
STH2062 Jaylib Champion Sound ‎(Cass, RE, C50) Stones Throw Records STH2062 US 2015
STH 2380 Jaylib Champion Sound: The Remix ‎(LP, Album) Stones Throw Records STH 2380 US 2017

Comments: (17)
Anyone know if the 2003 Euro/UK presses have the original 'The Red' beat?
is there any way to differentiate the two US pressings (2003 v 2009) without opening package? i'd like to sell a sealed copy i have but i'm not sure which edition it is (though i'm leaning toward the reissue)
In case anyone is wondering, this version does have the original sample for The Red as well as No Games. Quite hard to find since the re-issued version of Champion Sound had to change those for legal reasons.
Arabella V.
Question for those that have this release of the album:This original pressing has the "original beats" for 'The Red" and 'No Games', correct? I'm referring to the beat for 'The Red' that samples Cris Williamson, and the beat for 'No Games' that Madlib also used on MF Doom's 'One Beer' (off MM..Food). Sorry if this is kind of a dumb question - I know the obvious answer should be yes, the original pressing has the original beats for these two tracks - I'm just trying to confirm because JoGooS's comment below seems to indicate that they bought this release and it didn't contain the original version of 'The Red'.I know the 2009 reissue contains alternate beats for these tracks - I'm just looking to pick up this LP with the original versions of these two tracks, and want to confirm that this release is the "correct" one....Thanks!
Yes, I have the 2003 2xLP and it does contain the OG beats for these tracks. "The Red" e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0uRisupVk8
I think it`s a pretty dope album overall. Beside the tracks that`ve been already mentioned, I really loveThe Mission and MCNasty Filth! I was wondering: Was the ORIGINAL version of The Red on any vinyl-release? Or does every vinyl release come with the second version, that I really just don`t like.
The 2003 2xLP has the OG version of "The Red"
Overall a real solid reissue. The quality of the case, liner and tape are all very nice. The packaging itself is minimal, and it works. Just a simple foldout of the image and tracklisting on the back. No graphics on the tape, just a mock spraypaint effect of the album title. As far as the sound quality is concerned, it sounded great to my ears. Nice warm cassette tape sound. No overwhelming hissing and the bass notes hit particularily well. I think a good release for the cassette medium. I haven't heard the vinyl edition, but I would imagine that this is just as good, and a cheaper alternative if you want to have an analog copy.The stand-out tracks to me are: "Champion Sound", "The Red", "The Heist", "React", "Survival Test", "Starz", and "No Games"."The Heist" is one track in particular I would like to give props to. For me it's one of the best tracks on the album. Jay Dee's production is a very fitting backdrop for the storytelling, obscure, lyrical style that Madlib is known for. The sample of 'Persuasion' by Throbbing Gristle is perfect for this. It gives the track a real eerie, off-kilter vibe that compliments the odd vocal delivery. Another part I dig about it is that it's about this dark & messed up situation of a heist, but is at the same time one of the funnier moments on the tape.
Love the sample of Kraftwerk's 'Ohm Sweet Ohm' from the 'Radio-Aktivität' album at the end of "No Games".
"The Red" and "Starz" are super dope, but the rest is only "good" in my opinion. As far as collab go, "Madvillainy" is a lot hotter.
The Red is in original version :D
Trash Obsession
OMG - is it 12 years since this was released? I was living in France at the time and the bloke downstairs (who also happened to be a producer for local rappers) was playing it all the time but then he moved so i had to go out and buy it for myself - next to the Latryx LP, its one of my favourite ever LPs of independent hiphop
no he wasn't what?
no he wasn't
i was hopping for the original version of "the red" when i bought this record ! But NOOOOO !!!IS someone selling this record with this version ?? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0uRisupVk8
I would ask for a refund. They sold you the repress.
Hands down, this is one of the greatest collaborations between hip-hop producers, ever. It is simply amazing how one's beat compliments the other's rhymes. J Dilla displays tight lyricism and flow as does Madlib. One thing to note is that Madlib and Dilla were never in the same studio to record this album. Although the production style of Madlib would suggest, to some, that he had filled the miminalistic Dilla beats with abstract, background samples, only DAT tapes were sent back and forth and the original beats were left untouched. This particular release is a MUST own for any Dilla or Madlib fans. The instruementals alone are worth the purchase.
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