Masta Ace - Disposable ArtsLABEL: M3
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Disposable Arts is a concept album by Masta Ace, originally released in 2001. It follows the Brooklyn MC as he is being released from prison and returns home, joining 'The Institute of Disposable Arts', a school in which Ace enrolls after realizing how bad the situation in Brooklyn has become. The songs and skits combine to complete one full story, and they feature guest contributions from Strick, Punchline & Wordsworth, Apocalypse, Greg Nice, Rah Digga, J-Ro, King Tee, Jean Grae and more, plus production by Ayatollah, Paul Nice, Domingo, and more, including tracks from Ace himself.
Side A. The Release (Skit), Too Long, Block Episode, IDA Commercial (Skit), Don't Understand, Goodbye Lisa (Skit), Hold U.
Side B. Every Other Day, Roommates Meet (Skit), Take A Walk, Something's Wrong, The Classes (Skit), Acknowledge.
Side C. Enuff, Watching The Game (Skit), Unfriendly Game, Alphabet Soup, Dear Yvette.
Side D. I Like Dat, P.T.A., Type I Hate, Dear Diary, Last Rights (Skit), No Regrets.