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Death Grips - The Powers That B album FLAC

  • Performer: Death Grips
  • Title: The Powers That B
  • Size FLAC ver: 1452 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2015
  • Style: Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock
  • Other formats: AU MOD DTS VOC MP4 MP2 AHX
  • Genre: Electronic / RAP / Hip-hop / Rock
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
Death Grips - The Powers That B album FLAC
Death Grips - The Powers That B album FLAC


Niggas On The Moon
Up My Sleeves 5:17
Billy Not Really 3:49
Black Quarterback 2:59
Say Hey Kid 3:27
Have A Sad Cum 3:40
Fuck Me Out 3:20
Voila 3:29
Big Dipper 5:28
Jenny Death
I Break Mirrors With My Face In The United States 2:41
Inanimate Sensation 6:04
Turned Off 4:37
Why A Bitch Gotta Lie 4:40
Pss Pss 4:33
The Powers That B 5:32
Beyond Alive 6:07
Centuries Of Damn 5:32
On GP 6:07
Death Grips 2.0 3:20


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2547120083 Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xCD, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds 2547120083 US 2015
none Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(18xFile, MP3, 320) Harvest, Third Worlds none US 2015
4712008J Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xCD, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds, Caroline Distribution, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited 4712008J Japan 2015
471200-8 Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xCD, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds, Caroline International 471200-8 Europe 2015
2547120090 Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xLP, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds 2547120090 US 2015
471200-8 Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xLP, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds, Caroline International 471200-8 Europe 2015
2547120090 Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(2xLP, Album, MP) Harvest, Third Worlds 2547120090 US 2015
oo∞DGIV Death Grips The Powers That B ‎(Cass, Promo, Unofficial) Ormolycka oo∞DGIV US 2015

Comments (34)

melody of you
Speaking as someone who has two copies (not looking to sell, don't ask), these prices are absolutely ridiculous. This album is in no way scarce, I got one sealed for $30 in a Newbury Comics last month. People charging this much are absolutely ruining this hobby and ought to be ashamed.
Can someone sell this for cheaper please. This price is unreasonable and ridiculous.
Can one of you very kind people lower this to a reasonable price so i can buy it.
why aren't Runways W, H, E, N on here? I don't understand.
this tracklisting sucks lolword word word word word word word
can't believe someone is trying to sell this for 200 euro but honestly what could you expect
@flygoow i don't think its that rare, its rather than the 'owners' of it don't want to sell it as only devoted fans really got a hold of the LP, TPTB is a more underrated DGIm glad that i picked up a copy recently even though the condition was worse than the owner said because like damn i would not pay more than 25 pounds for that LP.
On every website I go, I can found this album but for 200€. Maybe it's rare now who knows
I was just about to say this. Would be way smarter to just get one from another country and pay the extra shipping
I was kind of disappointed with this copy, Side B for example is extremely quiet and not dynamic at all. All sides have surface noise, so its really messy imo. At the same time I feel it's the way Death Grips is supposed to be, so I can't really complain.
This is so great, I value this misprint so much... even greater than the Money Store misprint.
Elastic Skunk
This is probably my least favourite Death Grips album. Though Niggas on the Moon by itself is quite strong, the second half Jenny Death, is in my opinion their least interesting stuff. It does have two standout tracks: 'Centuries of Damn' and 'On GP', but other than those I find myself revisiting part two the least. Part one on the other hand is some of their most uniquely experimental stuff. I love the use of Björk's vocals as a 'found sound' and Ride's lyrics on these tracks are some of my favourites. Particularly 'Black Quarterback' is a phenominal moment in lyricism. So while as a whole this album doesn't rank as high as their others, Niggas on the Moon alone is one of my favouite things they've done.
this is a great album, and it really fits the vinyl medium well, since on gp is a much better album closer than dg 2.0 imo
Anyone still waiting on this from Orm's Black Friday sale 2015?
still waiting. 10 words 10 words 10 words 10 words
Sold my copy on eBay, got bid up to 26$.
(Quick Review #18)Listen: #1I enjoy Death Grips, and I enjoyed this double album. It's some fun ass experimental noisehop. While most people prefer Jenny Death, I actually found myself liking Niggas on The Moon a lot more. Both sides are good however. I can't really say too much about this album honestly, I enjoy Death Grips and this is a good Death Grips album. If you've heard anything by these guys you already know if you'll like it or not.Light 8
How do you even mess it up? Lmao.
"Brand new, never played. Not sealed in shrink." a mispressed record, for sale, never played....how?
By checking the runout etchings, presumably.
masterpiece. even better than The Money Store.
jenny death was never offered digitally by itself...
Still In Mind
this is how the album was meant to be heard. thank you death grips
As has been mentioned by 'T.J.E.', the gatefold just barely fits the records and it's a chore to get them in and too easy to get them out, which is bizarre. Mine also doesn't close properly. Sounds amazing, however.
Well the songs on the two discs sound great, but WHYYYYY is 2.0 not on here?? Played my copy for the first time today and was severely disappointed to not find one of my favorite tracks (on either half) not at the end. My only guess is that they couldn't fit it on the one JD disc and maintain sound quality, but my god don't sacrifice that track... I know there's no point in trying to figure out anything this band does, but why in the hell are these one album? The two halves have absolutely nothing to do with each other and with the delay of JD, what was the point? Make Jenny a separate album and give it two discs if you need to. I need the whole album, not the first 9!
All right TJE, but your opinion about 2.0 is equally as subjective as my complaint about the albums being put together. It's a cool opinion on this reddit post, but there's nothing factual or straight from the band in here, and I still feel like they could have just been released at the same time and packaged separately so they could fit all the music, and the dichotomy he talks about would have been kept intact. For me 2.0 is the ultimate closer to the album, and quite essential to it. It's a dark, chaotic mess and sort of microcosm of the whole band to me. I don't want any tracks to be missing, but this one was such a statement to me. But yeah like we both said, no point in trying to make sense of anything they do. Every time I listen to this record I still want it to end in 2.0 though. I usually just cue it up on my computer :)
Mysterious Wrench
DG 2.0 wouldn't fit. On GP is a much better closer though. And if you wanna know why the two are packaged together, there's a reddit thread detailing exactly that.http://www.reddit.com/r/deathgrips/comments/37ymn8/ideas_as_to_howwhy_the_two_sides_of_tptb_are_put/ this should answer that. It's Death Grips, nothing they do is "traditional." It's a double album because they feel like it is. Also, if they needed to sacrifice a track, which one would you say is best? DG 2.0 is a really anticlimactic and just unnecessary closing track, it has no lyrics, and the song right before it makes much more sense as the end of the album; taking out any other song would've ruined the flow, taking out DG 2.0 (while I miss the song) makes the album make more sense as an album.
I wonder why they decided to use a plain white cover instead of the Marilyn Jenny death cover
Apparently they weren't cleared on using the art from the copyright holder of the Marilyn Monroe art piece. Lame.
a proper call back to arms by the 'grips is this. as with every album been different (exmilitary- sample laden, TMS- electronic, Govt plates- quite psychadelic) Niggas on the moon is a manic kaleidoscope of Bjork samples backed by Ride's use of cryptic wordplay and imagery, a bit of middle of the road of album but still very nice. the powers that B is wonderful and shows a strong progression since niggas was released, since it has a addition of sludgy live guitar sound, which beefed out their sound by miles. i'm glad this was worth the wait, as i losing interest since i first heard "intimate sensation" (by the far the weakest track on either disc). salute grips, i hope there's a new release in the future

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