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El-P - Fantastic Damage


1Dr. Hellno And The Praying Mantus
Rap [Uncredited] – Vast Aire
2Constellation Funk4:58
3Innocent Leader2:21
4Stepfather Factory4:11
5Fantastic Damage3:22
Rap [Uncredited] – Aesop RockVocals [Additional, Uncredited] – Ill Bill
Vocals [Additional, Uncredited] – Rob Sonic
Rap [Uncredited] – Mr. LifVocals [Additional, Uncredited] – C-Rayz Walz
9Tuned Mass Damper4:05
10Squeegee Man Shooting4:24
12Deep Space 9mm3:47
13Lazerfaces' Warning4:36
14Dead Disnee
Vocals [Additional, Uncredited] – Copywrite
15Accidents Don't Happen
Rap [Uncredited] – Cage, Camu Tao
16The Nang, The Front, The Bush And The Shit5:37


  • Art DirectionDan Ezra Lang, El-P
  • Booking [Europe]13Artists
  • Booking [N.America]The Billions Corp.
  • Design, Painting [Cover Painting]Dan Ezra Lang
  • Illustration [Bird Image Based On Original Drawing By]Alexander Calder
  • Illustration [Demon Drawings, Fantastic And Damage Pieces]Phase Two
  • ManagementAmaechi
  • Public Relations [Publicity][email protected]
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByEl-P, NASA
  • Scratches [All Turntables Operated By]DJ Abilities
  • Written-By, ProducerEl-P


Standard jewel case with a folder included (eight panels, not a poster). One side (four panels) shows a graffiti piece of the album's title by Phase 2 and the other contains the credits and liner notes.

No credits for individual tracks are given. Guest performers are listed but the tracks that they actually appear on and in what capacity are not. Perhaps facetiously, "Steven Segal" is also mentioned as a guest performer on the album. This is possibly an intended misspelling of the actor Steven Seagal's name.

The equipment El-P used when producing the album is specified in the liner notes:
1 Ensoniq EPS 16+ Sampling Keyboard
2 Technics 1200 Turntables
1 Vestax 07 Mixer
1 Korg Chaoss Pad
2 Shure needles
1 Oberheim OB12
1 Magnus Electric Organ
1 Pro Tools Digi 001 System

El-P: J. Meline for Definitive Jux Music/SESAC
Aesop Rock: Aesop Rock Music/SESAC
Ill Bill: Qaballah Industries/ASCAP
Cage: Agent Alex Music/BMI
Camu Tao: Smith And Wesson Music/ASCAP
NASA Of The Presence: Uncommon Color Combinations/SESAC
Vast Aire: Vast Aire Music/SESAC
C Rayz Walz: Cryptic Writing Publishing/ASCAP
Mr. Lif: Virtua Stab Publishing/SESAC
Rob Sonic: Sky Pimps Music/SESAC
Steven Segal: Violent Love Music/CIA
DJ Abilities: Maxwell's Music


  • Barcode: 6 00308 88532 5
  • Matrix / Runout: DJX00027RE1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1687


  • Copyright (c) – Definitive Jux
  • Published By – Definitive Jux Music
  • Published By – Aesop Rock Music
  • Published By – Qaballah Industries
  • Published By – Agent Alex Music
  • Published By – Smith And Wesson Music
  • Published By – Uncommon Color Combinations
  • Published By – Vast Aire Music
  • Published By – Cryptic Writing Publishing
  • Published By – Virtua Stab Publishing
  • Published By – Sky Pimps Music
  • Published By – Violent Love Music
  • Published By – Maxwell's Music
  • Recorded At – Definitive Jux Studios
  • Mixed At – Definitive Jux Studios
  • Distributed By – Caroline Distribution
  • Designed At – Delstudios


Fantastic Damage is the first solo studio album by American hip hop artist El-P. It was released through Definitive Jux on May 14, 2002. It peaked at number 198 on the Billboard 200 chart. Music videos were created for Stepfather Factory and Deep Space 9mm. Fandam Plus: Instrumentals, Remixes, Lyrics & Video was released through Definitive Jux on October 1, 2002. Текст песни: Now the evening has come to a close And Ive had my last dance with you So on to the empty streets we go And it might be my last chance with debut solo album from rapperproducer El-P. Track list: 1. Fantastic Damage 2. Squeegee Man Shooting 3. Deep Space 9mm 4. Tuned Mass Damper 5. Damage is the first proper full-length solo album by New York rapper and producer El-P, released on his own Definitive Jux label on May 14, 2002. The tracks Fantastic Damage, Deep Space 9mm, and The Nang, the Front, the Bush and the Shit were featured in the El-P-scored graffiti film Bomb the System. Fantastic Damage is the first proper full-length solo album by New York rapper and producer El-P, released on his own Definitive Jux label on May 14, 2002. Album 2002 16 Songs. Hip-Hop 2002. Fantastic Damage. El-P - Fantastic Damage 2002. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Hip-Hop Underground Rap. Songs in album El-P - Fantastic Damage 2002. El-P - Fantastic Damage. El-P - Squeegee Man Shooting. El-P - Deep Space 9mm. El-P - Tuned Mass Damper. El-P - Dead Disnee. El-P - Delorean Featuring Ill Bill and Aesop Rock. El-P - Truancy. El-P - The Nang, The Front, The Bu. El-P - Accidents Don't Happen Featuring Cage. It comes as no surprise that onetime Company Flow leader El-P's solo debut, Fantastic Damage, takes a similar approach - yet it's a logical and distinct progression from the sound that made Company Flow such seminal figures in underground rap. Fantastic Damage is even more aggressive and confrontational in its approach, and this time out, El-P himself is solely responsible for the sonic backdrop, producing the entire record by himself. Released May 14, 2002. Fantastic Damage Tracklist. Fantastic Damage Lyrics. According to the albums booklet, the entire instrumentals were produced with 1 Ensoniq EPS 16 Sampling Keyboard 2 Technic 1200 Turntables 1 Vestax 07 Mixer 1 Korg Chaoss Pad 2 Shure Needles 1 Oberheim OB12 1 Magnus Electric Organ 1 Pro Tools Digi 001 System Set. Fantastic Damage Q&A. Fantastic Damage by EL-P, released 14 May 2020 1. Turned Mass Damper 5. Dead Disnee 6. Delorean 7. Truancy 8. The Nang, The Front, The Bush & The Shit 9. Accidents Don't Happen 10. Stepfather Factory 11. Helino & The Praying Mantus 13. Lazerfaces' Warning 14. Innocent Leader 15. Constellation Funk 16. Blood Fantastic Damage marked the beginning of El-Ps career as a solo artist, following a groundbreaking career as frontman and producer of legendary NYC underground hip hop crew, Company Flow. Fantastic Damage is an unrelenting, end-to-end burner that not only heralds the resurrection of El-P, but also provides a milestone for post-millennial underground hip-hop. The music is carefully constructed and sonically intricate. Distorted guitars, cacophonous, high-pitched ringing, and spiraling screams comprise its musical motifs. El-P even takes a sharp-witted stab at the Star Wars phenomenon on Fantastic Damage's title track, charasmatically ranting, Operate catapults and goosestep over the innocent Vagrant of Reganomics phase with books to burn at the pod race. This is that Bronx magic, without Lucas Arts graphics Crayon colored green monsters and horrible child actors

El-P - Fantastic Damage

Performer: El-P

Title: Fantastic Damage

Country: US

Release date: 14 May 2002

Label: Definitive Jux

Catalog: DJX27

Genre: Rap and Hip-Hop

Size MP3: 1453 mb

Size FLAC: 1053 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 272

Record source: CD, Album

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