The Hands Of Doom (Skit)
Brace yourself for a left-field classic. Airy low-fi production rears its head through antiquated pop cult signposts, sideways assimilations of b-boy culture and enough brilliantly twisted rhymes to turn Medusa's head. It's gleeful and sly; mournful and smooth. Though he would later find greater commercial success with the DangerDoom and Madvillain projects, this is Doom at his finest.