1. Good Morning NY (Feat. El-P, Matt Sweeney and James from Yo La Tengo) 3:48
2. Too Heavy For Cherubs (Prod by Blockhead) 3:36
3. Grand Ol Party Crash (Feat. Jello Biafra) (Prod by DJ Shadow) 5:01
4. The Death Of Chris Palko (Feat. Camu Tao) (Prod by Camu Tao & El-P) 3:23
5. Stripes (Prod by Blockhead & El-P with James of Yo La Tengo) 4:48
6. Shoot Frank (Feat. Daryl Palumbo) (Prod by RJD2) 4:22
7. Scenester (Prod by Blockhead) 3:51
8. Perfect World (Prod by El-P & Camu Tao) 3:40
9. The Subtle Art Of The Breakup Song (Prod by El-P) 3:07
10. Peeranoia (Prod by PAWL) 3:39
11. Weathermen Gang (Feat. Aesop Rock, El-P, Tame 1 & Yak Ballz) (Prod by Camu Tao & El-P) 3:30
12. Public Property (Prod by Camu Tao) 3:52
13. Lord Have Mercy (Prod by El-P) 3:24
14. Hell's Winter (Prod by El-P with Matt Sweeny on Guitar) 5:09
Release Date: September 20
DOUBLE DISC!!! INCLUDES INSTRUMENTAL AND 2 UMIXIT TRACKS!!
Though already on the scene way before anyone even heard of that other white rapper Eminem, the 2nd album of Cage comes out in 2005. I felt his previous album wasn't really that good, even sounded half assed at some points.
So I have the promo copy for this album in my hands for a while already and I think this album is really brilliant. This album is a lot more serious than his previous work, digging into his history in mental clinics etcetera. Anyway, even though I didn't think so before, now I consider myself a Cage fan.Anyway, who can explain the background of himself and the album better than the guy himself in an interview with www.allhiphop.com ?
Here ya go: