Prefuse 73's 'One-Word Extinguisher'

Prefuse 73 is one alter ego of the musician and producer Scott Herren. Herren hails from Atlanta but now lives in Spain, where he makes hip-hop music that is far removed from the slickly produced hits of mainstream artists like 50 Cent and Eminem. Will Hermes has a review.

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One Word Extinguisher
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2003

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