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  1. Game Theory is the seventh studio album by American hip hop band The Roots, released August 29, , on Def Jam Recordings. The group's first release for the label after leaving Geffen Records, the album was recorded by the Roots mostly using the Apple -developed software application anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co: Alternative hip hop, experimental hip hop.
  2. Game Theory is The Roots' most thought-provoking, incitive album since their breakthrough Things Fall Apart and will be the group's debut for Def Jam Recordings, home to the world's premiere Hip-Hop artists/5().
  3. Aug 09,  · referencing Game Theory, CD, Album, B G-R-E-A-T release by The Roots, probably the record they were trying to do since 'Phrenology' and without any of the dull moments that made 'The Tipping Point' such and unfocused, so-so effort/5().
  4. The Roots: Game Theory ‎ (CD, Album) Universal Music Russia: Russia: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5().
  5. Aug 28,  · game theory is a more mature introspective, self-aware, self-conscious, artistically expressive chapter. For The Roots, it represents growth to the highest degree. Compared to their first few albums, this is less experimental, as at this point the Philly collective /5().
  6. Album Description. Game Theory is the Roots' equivalent of a Funkadelic playlist containing "Wars of Armageddon," "Cosmic Slop," "Maggot Brain," "March to the Witch's Castle," and "America Eats Its Young." It's a vivid reflector of the times, not an escape hatch .
  7. Taken with or without this staggering finale, Game Theory is a heavy album, the Roots ' sharpest work. It's destined to become one of Def Jam's proudest, if not most popular, moments.9/
  8. game theory is a more mature introspective, self-aware, self-conscious, artistically expressive chapter. For The Roots, it represents growth to the highest degree. Compared to their first few albums, this is less experimental, as at this point the Philly collective has somewhat mastered their craft/5(42).

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