Madvillain: Madvillainy 2: The Box

As a huge fan of the original, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Stones Throw have just released a reworking of the classic hip-hop album Madvillainy (2004) with a special box of goodies, or as they much more eloquently put it:

“a big ass box full of cool ass shit that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.”


Here’s a look at what’s inside (reposted images). A 7 inch of a lost Madlib track recently found:

madvillain-45.jpg

A cassette tape of the original unfinished demo tape that was infamously leaked:

madvillain-cassette.jpg

A Madvillain tee:

madvillain-nominee.jpg

A comic book continuing on from the All Caps video:

madvillain-comic.jpg

And of course the cd (yawn):

Madvillain: Madvillainy 2 CD

Jeff Jank, art director for Stones Throw, designed the artwork and packaging. I asked him for some more photos hoping to get more of a peek inside, but even he is yet to get his hands on the complete package which is currently being manufactured. You can get the details here and pre-order here.

Here is the cover of the original Madvillainy album:

madvillain-original.jpg

On a complete tangent, but related note, J.J. Abrams talks about the power of the ‘mystery box’ which I found appropriate here.

It’s good to see labels on the right track producing quality packaging and offering extras true fans crave for.

Madvillain: Madvillainy 2: The Box

Madvillain: Madvillainy 2: The Box

As a huge fan of the original, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Stones Throw have just released a reworking of the classic hip-hop album Madvillainy (2004) with a special box of goodies, or as they much more eloquently put it:

“a big ass box full of cool ass shit that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.”


Here’s a look at what’s inside (reposted images). A 7 inch of a lost Madlib track recently found:

madvillain-45.jpg

A cassette tape of the original unfinished demo tape that was infamously leaked:

madvillain-cassette.jpg

A Madvillain tee:

madvillain-nominee.jpg

A comic book continuing on from the All Caps video:

madvillain-comic.jpg

And of course the cd (yawn):

Madvillain: Madvillainy 2 CD

Jeff Jank, art director for Stones Throw, designed the artwork and packaging. I asked him for some more photos hoping to get more of a peek inside, but even he is yet to get his hands on the complete package which is currently being manufactured. You can get the details here and pre-order here.

Here is the cover of the original Madvillainy album:

madvillain-original.jpg

On a complete tangent, but related note, J.J. Abrams talks about the power of the ‘mystery box’ which I found appropriate here.

It’s good to see labels on the right track producing quality packaging and offering extras true fans crave for.





8 Comments

  1. Note that the included CD isn't the original Madvillainy, but rather

    Madvillainy 2 The Madlib Remix

  2. i'm definatly going to pre-order this, madvillainy was a masterpiece!

  3. Jeff Jank is the man…
    If I had the cash, I'd pre-order this immediately.

  4. Gonna order mine this weekend. I'll tell the wife that this can be my birthday present. Love Madvillainy, it's my favourite hip-hop album and this special edition looks awesome.

  5. THIS IS HOT!!!!!!!THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMORE!!!!!
    FANTASTIC DESIGN PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. i would love to have this too!

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  7. i would love to have this too!

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