Jurassic 5
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Quality Control (2000), 6/10
Power in Numbers (2002), 6.5/10
Feedback (2006), 4/10
Cut Chemist: The Audience Is Listening (2006), 6.5/10
Cut Chemist: Sound Of The Police (2010), 6/10
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Los Angeles' hip-hop group Jurassic 5, born from the fusion of the "Unity Committee" posse and the "Rebels of Rhythm" posse, featured turntablist Cut Chemist (Lucas MacFadden), DJ Nu-Mark and rappers Marc 7even, Chali 2na, Zaakir and Akil. They debuted with the single Unified Rebellion (1995) and the EP Jurassic 5 (1997), produced by Cut Chemist. Their enthusiastic and amusing Quality Control (2000) and especially Power in Numbers (2002) amounted de facto to a revival of old-fashioned rap.

Live at the Future Primitive Sound Session (1997) was a collaboration between Cut Chemist and Invisibl Skratch Piklz' Shortkut.

DJ Nu-Mark debuted solo with Hands On (2004).

Jurassic 5's wizard turntablist Lucas "Cut Chemist" MacFadden rediscovered the joyful childish art of audio collage on his first solo, The Audience Is Listening (2006). Recorded live with Cut Chemist on turntable, mixer and delay, Sound Of The Police (Stable Sound, 2010) was built up from sampling obscure exotic vinyl records, a virtuoso performance by one of the greatest turntablists around.

Cut Chemist was missing from Jurassic 5's anemic Feedback (2006) and the difference was obvious. The instrumental Canto de Ossanha was the only track to deliver intriguing form.

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