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Welcome to Underground Fossils, brought to you by Dimxsk and Trylemma. The purpose of this blog is to assist in the sharing of out of print and/or rare examples of the hip hop genre. We believe that every release we post is an integral part of history and deserves to be heard by older fans as well as new seekers. We do not post or encourage the posting of anything that can be bought easily from the artist, those can be found elsewhere. Furthermore, if any artist who is featured here wishes not to share their material we will remove it immediately. Most of the rips found here were made by other people, but some of them were made by us. We are not sound engineers, so while the quality will usually be 320 kbps, they will be recorded from the source material as is. Please message us if you are an engineer and want wav files to master. Enjoy!

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Friday, March 29, 2019

Carnage the Executioner - Just in Case You Missed Them (2009)

End of the week again, and our pleasure to bring you this gem. Carnage is in my opinion one of the most underrated emcees in the entire indie world. Coming up in the same arena around the same time as the more well-known Rhymesayers affiliated rappers Slug, Eyedea and Brother Ali, Carnage distinguishes himself with a versatile (and of course fast) rhyme style, blistering beatbox ability and a live show that recruits new fans at every venue.

Just in Case You Missed Them was a mixtape style CDr put out by Fifth Element Online to bridge the gap between the sensational Booka B produced Sense of Sound and his full length solo album Worth the Weight. Twenty five tracks long, it includes never before heard collaborations with Face Candy, a few unreleased bangers such as the dope "No Leads" as well as some oldies with NEMNOCH and a handful of previously released collaborations some of you will probably have already heard.

This album is a must have for any fan of Carnage, but any fan of rap in general shouldn't be able to help being impressed with his technical skill and dope songwriting ability. Check it out!


This post coincides with the (hopefully) imminent retail release of Ravenous, Carnage's (by my count) sixth official release. Both Trylemma and I have heard it, and I personally think it's fantastic. Stay tuned for a more in depth review of Ravenous, at this point set to drop 04/12/19 and well Worth the Wait!

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