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Dichotomy B - Click to view! DICHOTOMY B (2004)
I aimed low this past Christmas. No big requests. Socks, underwear, guitar strings, a few books I needed for school, a strap for my acoustic axe, an XBox. Practical stuff. Stuff you can't go without. I didn't get the XBox (which is a good thing, because I have exactly zero time to mess with stuff like that) but almost every one of my CD requests was fulfilled. My collection grew by about five albums—Derek Webb and Hawk Nelson met the fam. Read full review...

Dichotomy A - Click to view!
DICHOTOMY A (2004)
The first of GRITS' 2004 releases, this disc has some fresh new beats and is sure to sell well. It's coming in June 29th, so make sure to get yours! Part B comes in November.

Here We Go DVD - Click to view!
HERE WE GO DVD (2003)
An entertaining DVD to accompany the critically acclaimed Gotee Records release, The Art of Translation. Includes music videos for "Here We Go" and "They All Fall Down."

The Art of Translation - Click to view!
THE ART OF TRANSLATION (2002)
The Art of Translation has been one of the most anticipated hip-hop discs of the year. After blowing away commercial audiences with 1999's Grammatical Revolution, fans were very eager for the next project from Grits. Almost three years later, Bone and Cof are back, and they've made some exciting changes. This album is surprisingly more commercial than their previous albums. The new effort from Grits is one for the radio and your collection. Read full review...

Grammatical Revolution... - Click to view!
GRAMMATICAL REVOLUTION... (1999)
From 1995 to 1999, the industry watched the hip-hop duo Grits grow from fresh newcomers (Mental Releases) to underground innovators (Factors of the Seven) to commercially known with their third release, Grammatical Revolution. With each album, the group showed progress, always staying true to developing their sound regardless of their industry position. Grammatical Revolution proved to many that Grits deserved the attention they were getting. Read full review...

Factors of the Seven - Click to view!
FACTORS OF THE SEVEN (1997)
I picked this album off the shelf as a cassette way back in 1997. Back then, the only knowledge people had of Gotee Records was of their budding R&B trio Out of Eden. Yet here was this group Grits whose new album was labeled as "The Most Innovative Hip-Hop In The Industry." That was in the days when LL was still moving, KRS was screaming I Got Next and Will Smith was trying to rap without cursing. Nevertheless, the product I held in my hands was shocking. Read full review...

Mental Releases - Click to view!
MENTAL RELEASES (1995)
The debut release from GRITS.

LINKS
www.grits7.com
This skimpy official site only has a couple pics mixed with audio clips and an e-mail list signup. It's barely worth visiting... hope it improves.

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