Octagon is a persona created and used by American rapper Keith Matthew Thornton, better known as Kool Keith. Thornton performed and released two albums under the alias.
Octagon plot their new album, 'Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation. They also drop off their new song ''Octagon Octagon. Dr. Octagon's latest project drops on on April 6, but you can stream Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation on NPR right now. Check out "Octagon Octagon" for yourself below. Octagon's Moosebumps: an Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation Tracklist.
album to the classic, critically acclaimed 1996 Dr. Octagon release Dr. Octagonecologyst, the inspired musical collaboration of legendary artists/producers Dan The Automator, MC Kool Keith & turntablist DJ Q-Bert. For the first time in 22 years Moosebumps reunites the dream team in studio & on stage. Tracklist: 01. Octagon Octagon 02. Polka Dots 03. Black Hole Son 04.
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Moosebumps: an exploration into modern day horripilation.
Dr Octagon returns to the scene of the crime after so many years that his one and only concern, or is it hope, consists on reconstructing the same crime, using a forgetful mind and a damaged memory. 70. Moosebumps easily exceeds the expectations for a new Dr. Octagon project. This group has nothing to prove at this point: they have a wholly unique, completely untouchable weirdo-rap classic under their belt.
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Octagon’s long awaited album, Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation looks to clear out the bad taste that 2006’s The Return of Dr. Octagon left in fans' mouths. Boasting the initial lineup of Kool Keith, Dan the Automator and DJ Qbert, the album has been described as the real sophomore followup to Octagon’s original debut.