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Music Volume One

by Class of 3000

Music Volume One by Class of 3000

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Music Volume One

by Class of 3000

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Label: Laface Records
The first album from Andre 3000's under-the-radar Cartoon Network show, this album is as fantastical as its creator -- and as funky and hard to read. The "songs" consist mainly of children's voices set to Andre 3000's notoriously hot beats. 'Dre even gets in there and sings a few songs -- most notably "We Want Your Soul," which probably sums up his real-life feelings about the ugly music industry. Kids' music? Not quite. But it's pretty clean, and in today's world, it skews much closer to what kids actually want to hear -- and what they're secretly listening to when you're not around.

About This Album

The first album from Andre 3000's under-the-radar Cartoon Network show, this album is as fantastical as its creator -- and as funky and hard to read. The "songs" consist mainly of children's voices set to Andre 3000's notoriously hot beats. 'Dre even gets in there and sings a few songs -- most notably "We Want Your Soul," which probably sums up his real-life feelings about the ugly music industry. Kids' music? Not quite. But it's pretty clean, and in today's world, it skews much closer to what kids actually want to hear -- and what they're secretly listening to when you're not around.

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About This Album

The first album from Andre 3000's under-the-radar Cartoon Network show, this album is as fantastical as its creator -- and as funky and hard to read. The "songs" consist mainly of children's voices set to Andre 3000's notoriously hot beats. 'Dre even gets in there and sings a few songs -- most notably "We Want Your Soul," which probably sums up his real-life feelings about the ugly music industry. Kids' music? Not quite. But it's pretty clean, and in today's world, it skews much closer to what kids actually want to hear -- and what they're secretly listening to when you're not around.

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