Oh, I knew this day would come. According to Amazon.com the long awaited wide CD release of MC Hawking's excellent Brief History of Rhyme will be available on December 7th.

By my calculations, that's about 35 minutes from now.

Kick ass!

You may remember me writing about this back in June. I was lazy then and didn't bother to order the CD on the MC Hawking web site, instead hoping it'd become available on the iTunes Music Store or maybe Amazon.com.

Can you say 1-Click Pre-Order?

All hail Amazon.com!

Anyway, if you haven't had the chance to sample this fine masterpiece of music, I highly recommend doing so. My personal favorites are track #7 (Crazy as F#@k) and track #10 (F#@k The Creationists).

Posted by jzawodn at December 06, 2004 11:26 PM

Reader Comments
# Michael Conlen said:

All I can say is this has high w00t value.

Just click on the pic and order the dic, err, disk. You'll be glad you did.

on December 7, 2004 01:06 AM
# Derek said:

Oh my... you seriously waited THIS long instead of just buying it from the MC Hawking site like I told you to? :-P

How have you lived without "Bitch Slap" this long?

on December 7, 2004 03:16 AM
# Jeremy Zawodny said:

It's a wonder you keep reading, "Brad"

on December 7, 2004 08:06 PM
# Listen, here said:

I listened to samples of the tracks from this disc via iTunes, all of which are border-line retarded. The irony of this creation, IMO, is that most people I know who would "understand" the lyrics on a referential level, are put-off by the vulgarity. I'll save my $$ and buy some classic Air Supply, instead.

Even the Nights are Better...

on December 8, 2004 09:12 PM
# jizzy the kid said:

this cd makes me want to take a dump on your chest

on December 11, 2004 05:26 PM
# Philonious said:

I've been waiting years for this - hadn't even heard that there was a CD. Solid.

on December 13, 2004 11:31 PM
# Jared said:

Yeah, it is also available on iTunes Music Store. I happened upon it by accident the other night and thought it kicked ass.

on December 14, 2004 01:19 AM
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