Awol One

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Awol One
Birth name Anthony Martin
Also known as The Horrendous Acts of Violence, Noiseface, Scab Party
Born Los Angeles, California, United States
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1995–present
Labels Fake Four Inc.
Associated acts Shape Shifters, Three Eyed Cowz, Four Eyed Mortalz, Factor, Daddy Kev
Website awolonemusic.com

Anthony Martin, better known by his stage name Awol One, is an alternative hip hop artist based in Los Angeles, California.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Discography

Albums

Awol One

  • Souldoubt (2001) (with Daddy Kev)
  • Number 3 on the Phone (2002) (with Daddy Kev)
  • Speakerface (2002) (with Mike Nardone)
  • Slanguage (2003) (with Daddy Kev)
  • Self Titled (2004)
  • The War of Art (2006)
  • The Horrendous Acts of Violence (2007) (as The Horrendous Acts of Violence)
  • Only Death Can Kill You (2007) (with Factor)
  • Owl Hours (2009) (with Factor)
  • The Landmark (2011) (with Factor)
  • The Child Star (2011) (with Nathaniel Motte)
  • The Mombie (2013)
  • Battle Galactica (2015) (as Battle Galactica)
  • Feo (2016)

The Shape Shifters (Awol One with Akuma, Circus, Die Young, DJ Rob One, Existereo, LA Jae, Life Rexall & Radioinactive)

  • Planet of the Shapes (1998)
  • Adopted by Aliens (2000)
  • Know Future (2000)
  • The Shape Shifters Was Here (2004)

Three Eyed Cowz (Awol One with Digit 6, DJ ESP, Gel Roc, Origin, Regret, Syndrome 228 & Vyrus)

  • The Evil Cow Burger (1998)
  • Four Eyed Mortalz (2000)

The Chemikillz (Awol One with Mascaria)

  • The Chemikillz (2006)
  • Eggs of Blood (2009)

Other collaborations

  • The Demise of Marilyn Handsome (2010) (with Capaciti & Cheap Cologne, as The Demise of Marilyn Handsome)
  • Awol One & Ecid Are... (2010) (with Ecid)
  • The Cloaks (2010) (with Gel Roc, as The Cloaks)

EPs

  • Propaganda (2002) (with Fat Jack)
  • Splitsville (2007) (split with DJ Moves & Josh Martinez)
  • Shockra! (2012)
  • Self Induced (2013)
  • Crossroads EP (2015) (with Factor)

Guest appearances

References

  1. ^ Villa, M. (March 3, 2001). "AWOL One". Hip-Hop Elements. 
  2. ^ Quinlan, Thomas (September 2002). "Awol One Needs A Hug". Exclaim!. 
  3. ^ Egg (September 19, 2002). "Awol One Interview". Curb Side Mag. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. 
  4. ^ Shepherd, Julianne (March 27, 2003). "Awol One / Daddy Kev: Slanguage". Pitchfork Media. 
  5. ^ Drimmer, Josh (September 16, 2004). "Awol One - Self Titled". Dusted Magazine. 
  6. ^ Iandoli, Kathy (July 20, 2009). "Awol One & Factor - Owl Hours". Hip Hop DX. 
  7. ^ Anderson, Rick. "Owl Hours - AWOL One". All Music Guide. 
  8. ^ URB Staff (July 27, 2009). "Awol One: Interview". URB. Archived from the original on 2012-10-13. 
  9. ^ Computer Chip (November 22, 2010). "Awol One (Interview) Cloutonline.com Exclusive". Clout Magazine. 
  10. ^ Juon, Steve (March 1, 2011). "Awol One & Factor - The Landmark - Fake Four Inc". Rap Reviews. 
  11. ^ Fiander, Matthew (March 3, 2011). "Awol One & Factor: The Landmark". PopMatters. 

External links

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