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A Tribe Called Quest - People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm - 888751723719 - Sony Germany

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A Tribe Called Quest - People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm - 888751723719 - Sony Germany 
Styyle; Hip-Hop 
TRACKLIST
A1:    Push It Along
A2:    Luck Of Lucien
A3:    After Hours
A4:    Footprints
B1:    I Left My Wallet In El Segundo
B2:    Public Enemy
B3:    Bonita Applebum
B4:    Can I Kick It?
B5:    Youthful Expression
C1:    Rhythm (Devoted To The Art Of Moving Butts) (Devoted To The Art Of Moving Butts)
C2:    Mr Muhammad
C3:    Ham 'N' Eggs
C4:    Go Ahead In The Rain
D1:    Description Of A Fool
D2:    Footprints (Feat Cee Loo Green - Remix)
D3:    Bonita Applebum (Pharrell Williams Remix)
D4:    Can I Kick It? (J Cole Remix)

The debut studio album by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest, released on April 10, 1990[1] on Jive Records. After forming the Native Tongues collective and collaborating on several projects, A Tribe Called Quest began recording sessions for People's Instinctive Travels in late 1989 at Calliope Studios with completion reached in early 1990. The album's laid back production encompassed a diverse range of samples which functioned as a template for the group's unorthodox lyrics.

People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm was met with acclaim from professional music critics and the hip hop community on release, and was eventually certified gold in the United States. Its recognition has extended over the years as it is widely regarded as a central album in alternative hip hop with its unconventional production and lyricism. It is also credited for influencing many artists in both hip hop and R&B. In a commemorative article for XXL, Michael Blair wrote that "People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm was immensely groundbreaking, and will eternally maintain its relevance within the culture and construction of hip-hop".