|2||The Fever (Aye Aye)|
|12||I've Seen Footage|
- A&R – Angelica Cob-Baehler
- Illustration [Cover Drawing] – Sua Yoo
- Producer – Andy Morin, Zach Hill
- Vocals – Stefan Burnett
- Written By, Performer – Death Grips
Released in a small quantity of 500 to stores participating in "Record Store Day" on April 21, 2012.
Released to all retail outlets on May 22, 2012.
Record Store Day copies came with a sticker announcing the release of their second album "No Love" in the fall. Other than the sticker, there are no other differences.
. 88691963511 (sleeve)
. 88691963511 S1 (stickered)
- Barcode: 886919635119
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 88691 961 963 511 -A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 88691 963511 -B
- Copyright (c) – Epic Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epic Records
- Manufactured By – Epic Records
- Distributed By – Epic Records
The Money Store is the debut studio album by American experimental hip hop trio Death Grips. It is the follow-up to their debut mixtape Exmilitary. The album was officially released on April 24, 2012, but had been leaked to YouTube on April 14 and made available on vinyl on April 21 to celebrate Record Store Day. The Money Store was announced alongside the group's second album, No Love Deep Web, which was released later in the year. The Money Store - Death Grips. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Money Store is the debut studio album by the group Death Grips. It was officially released on April 24, 2012, but was leaked to YouTube on April 14 and made available on vinyl on April 21 to celebrate Record Store Day. It was announced along with a second album, which would be titled No Love Deep Web. Death Grips. The Money Store. LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 5. SME от лица компании Epic BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Warp Music Publishing, LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 7. Album 2012 13 Songs. For the blown-out punk-rap acts second record and somehow their major-label debut, Death Grips fuse abrasive techno with shouted and amped-up hip-hop and crazed distorted backing loops. The Sacramento, Calif. based group brings together producer Zach Hill of the avant-metal act Hella with vocalist Stefan Burnett and coproducer Andy Morin. Lyrically, theres a bit of the Rage Against the Machine problem at work here. Songs like Ive Seen Footage and Get Got icily remark on the proliferation of violence and the way it desensitizes youth. The Money Store was the first studio album by Death Grips, leaked on April 14, 2012 released on vinyl April 21, and released officially April 24 under Epic The Money Store, a playlist by deathgrips from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 12 April 2012. Death Grips - Get Got. Death Grips - The Fever Aye Aye. Death Grips - Lost Boys. Death Grips - Blackjack. Death Grips - Hustle Bones. Death Grips - I've Seen Footage. Death Grips - Double Helix. Death Grips - System Blower. Death Grips - The Cage. Upon its release, Death Grips' debut studio album became their magnum opus. The Money Store instantly marked an evolutionary step forward in experimental, industrial, and underground hip-hop. The Money Store achieved critical acclaim, boasting a decisive 81100 on Metacritic, and notably received internet music critic, Anthony Fantanos first ever, 1010 score. The Money Store Q&A. Artwork Sua Yoo. Label Epic Records. Death Grips - The Money Store 2012. To favorites 11 Download album. Listen album. Hip-Hop Experimental Noise. Songs in album Death Grips - The Money Store 2012. Death Grips are angry. It's unclear why. But on their major label debut, the Sacramento noise group's monomaniacal desire to rain down fiery destruction on the powers-that-be is crystal-clear, even if nothing else is. Most of the album is an alien swarm of buzzing and sputtering noises. Death Grips' Zach Hill, a drummer for the fiendishly technical noise-rock band Hella, has also chewed his way through numerous projects, including work with Marnie Stern and Boredoms, and bits of all this float through The Money Store's wildly unpredictable 41 minutes. Whatever L. Reid was thinking when he signed these guys, he surely didn't meddle in their creative process