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FREE DOWNLOAD: The Residents (Muneshine & Saint) 'Open House' LP

by Travis on March 23, 2010

In 2009, super producers/emcees Muneshine and Saint collaborated together to make the group The Residents. Muneshine hailing from Toronto, Canada and Saint representing Long Island, New York, finally finished their highly anticipated album ‘Open House’ which has been in talks for years. Between the duo, they have produced for and worked with many hip hop heavyweights such as Pete Rock, DJ Spinna, Sean Price, El Da Sensei, J-Live, Wordsworth, Mr. Man (Da Bush Babees), YZ, Stic Man (Dead Prez), Grap Luva, Nature and Kool Kim (UMC’s) to name a few.

The album “Open House” originally released in Japan in late 2009 finally hits the rest of the world to show what the hype has been about in the Japanese region for free download. Both known for their jazz/soul influenced productions accompanied with head nodding boom bap drums, “Open House” once again does not disappoint. The album mostly produced by Muneshine and Saint with other production by Illmind and Canadian Producer Envoy is a must have in any true school hip hop listeners collection. Along for the ride on the DJ side are the talented DJ Sonik and the world famous Rob Swift of the X-Ecutioners. The album also features guest appearances by Cadence (Raw Produce), Edo G., D-Minor, Ohmega Watts,Understanding, Shad K and Shuanise.


01. Intro
02. Something Like (feat. Rob Swift)
03. Do Your Thing
04. Starting Monday
05. Nocturnal
06. Beneath the Surface
07. Here to There (feat. Understanding)
08. Forever Tonight
09. Veterans (feat. Edo G.)
10. Keys to Life (feat. Cadence & Dminor)
11. Anybody
12. Love of My Night
13. Reach (feat. Ohmega Watts)
14. Dis One
15. What We’ve Got (feat. Shuanise & Shad K.)

In addition, if you care to read a new review on the album, you can do so HERE

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Tim March 24, 2010 at 10:00 am

Tell the truth, this is one of the key things I come to Bloggerhouse for: discovering music I might not have even known existed otherwise. This is a really good album. And free? What more do you want? ‘Do Your Thing’ was the perfect soundtrack for taking a big lungful of spring air stepping out of the house this morning. Dope.

Eric March 24, 2010 at 4:36 pm

Man, I still gotta’ peep it Tim..the none labeled MP3s threw me for a loop

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