Los Angeles-based producer Alan-Daniel "Alchemist" Maman created the beats for
the Dilated Peoples'
The Platform (2000).
He finally debuted solo with the disappointingly trivial
1st Infantry (2004), including Hold You Down and
Where Can We Go.
There is no innovation on
Chemical Warfare (E1 Entertainment, 2009), that features
Eminem in Chemical Warfare,
KRS-One in Grand Concourse Benches
and especially Juvenile and Three 6 Mafia in That'll Work (the album's
More accessible than the hip-hop tracks is
Smile, a soul crossover.
Gangrene was a collaboration between the Alchemist and Oh No documented on
Gutter Water (2010) and
Vodka & Ayahuasca (2012).
The pointless and indulgent
Russian Roulette (2012) is a collage of 30 brief pieces (for a grand
total of 45 minutes) that mostly juxtaposes instrumentals and samples.
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