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Deltron 3030 - "Things You Can Do" (5.00) (

Chorus: Things You Can Do
Some Can't Be Done (7X)

Things you can do...

(DEL): "3030 way past the millennium, check it out"

(Verse 1)
Yo, Deltron thunderforce,
Ain't no other source of sunlight, two ton mic
Leave you toungue-tied
Runnin' 'em up with technology with no apology
Shoutin' out to my colony with 3rd EYE Physiology
Millennium past apocalypse is all I spit
Make you swallow it,
Your weak style, I'll abolish it
With nuclear rockets they glued to your optics with sci-fi
Unsettlin' man & mettle blends
Underground chillin' with the mole man
And his whole fam
Inhibit bacterial growth, material growth
Impenetrable, incontestable
Indigestible intelligence
NEVER let a computer tell me SHIT
It's rapid innovation, penetrating
Artificial life forms, who bite songs
I'm a ??
Then I flip the bio-techs
Right into the wireless
Your 3rd EYE is hit with psoriasis
The mightiest Deltron Zero trovers and pursed the travesties
Attempts your ear holes
The area of distribution lifts the clueless
My flow is like, liquid oxygen
Rip it off and with specific impulse
increase the thrust
Grease the cuts
Unleash a cluster of thoughts I muster
I talk to toucher
And rush a commercial communications
Convert solar-energy, inter imagery
In the minds eye, blind side the contagious
Where radioactive isotopes to the ??
Atomic mass they small as fragments
I magnetize the avant lies
My radiation shields reflects, projects the septagons
Who take the truth and stretch it long?
While I bless a song

Next level incredible metal melding
Flex ability and my engine is never failing"


(verse 2)
All your rhyme histories combined
Couldn't violate the prime optimus operative
Use my hydrometer to see how warm you are
Watch me form a star
Hydrogen turned to helium when I shine
Riding 'em revealing 'em leading 'em to the vaccume
Interact with tunes in my digital sinital critical pivital with the mental
shit on you
Spit infinity hitting energies to dope for our planet
Star spanning slamming hymmes with, mechanical limbs
Scanning your limbs with cosmic rays
You'll all get played, your brain's inferior
I hit the lateral and posterior
My science is eerier
Ionic bonding for your moronic pondering, meet the R marines
My micro machines
Might, throw your team into paralysis
They not talented,
Just a malady
Worry 'bout a salary, creative casualty
Couldn't defrag my power density intensity
Nonequivalence, 900 neutrons
Crush you like croutons
You plus ??
Hiero's like??
Inside a silo
Turbulence tinfole, never simple
Defies excepted methods development most unique
Paralyse central nerous when you close to me
Interstellar void fills with color, appears to bubble
And split into four like amoeba
And have it in planets with ??
Coast like silver surfer
Feel the purplus
High velosity verbal atrocities
Fire resistance, better hire assistance
My pistons glisten ultra high performance
Inside your private porters
Where I fry your components


Deltron 3030 ‎– "Virus"
75 Ark ‎– 75029
Vinyl, 12", Single, 33 ⅓ RPM
Hip Hop

A1 Virus (Radio Edit)
A2 Virus
A3 Virus (Instrumental)
B1 Things You Can Do (Radio Edit)
B2 Things You Can Do
B3 Things You Can Do (Instrumental)
Companies etc
Phonographic Copyright (p) – 75 Ark Entertainment
Copyright (c) – 75 Ark Entertainment
Published By – Sharkman Songs
Published By – Happy Hemp Music
Produced At – The Glue Factory
Mixed At – The Glue Factory
Artwork – Colin (22)
Design [Additional Design] – Enrique Candioti
Guitar – Astacio Arnovick
Producer, Programmed By, Mixed By – Dan The Automator
Scratches – Kid Koala
Written-By – Dan Nakamura, Tarin Jones*
Cover Artwork By - Colin @ Recon
Produced, programmed and mixed at the Glue Factory, SF.

Published by Sharkman Songs (ASCAP) and Happy Hemp Music (ASCAP)

"Deltron 3030"

Studio album by Deltron 3030
Released May 23, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Glue Factory
Genre Alternative hip hop, underground hip hop, hip hopera
Length 60:18
Label 75 Ark
Producer Dan the Automator
Deltron 3030 chronology
Deltron 3030
(2000) Event 2
Deltron 3030 is the 2000 debut album by hip hop supergroup Deltron 3030. It is a rap opera concept album set in a dystopian year 3030.
Contents [show]
Album information[edit]
The album's story casts Del in the role of Deltron Zero, a disillusioned mech soldier and interplanetary computer prodigy rebelling against a 31st-century New World Order. In a world where evil oligarchs suppress both human rights and hip-hop, Del fights rap battles against a series of foes, becoming Galactic Rhyme Federation Champion. To celebrate, Del takes a trip back to Earth for a vacation, but is ambushed by his enemies and has his memory wiped, plunging the world back into darkness.
Del tha Funkee Homosapien's lyrics veer from serious social commentary to humor to epic sci-fi battles, while producer Dan the Automator creates an eerie and dense atmosphere.
The song "3030" was used as the theme song on the short lived CBS series Robbery Homicide Division. The song "Positive Contact" was featured in the video games Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (2001), Tony Hawk's Underground (2003), and College Hoops 2K8 (2007).
The song "Time Keeps On Slipping", featuring Damon Albarn, is said to have been the influence on the creation of the musical project Gorillaz. This claim however, is unfounded. Gorillaz began recording their first album in 1998, a year before Deltron 3030 was formed to record their own. The similarities of both albums are likely the result of Daniel Nakamura's production.
On the single "Time Keeps On Slipping", it states the version of "Turbulence" is the remix by Mark Bell, despite the fact the album version and the version featured on the single are completely different. The version on the single could possibly be the original version, as it features scratching possibly by Kid Koala, which is missing from the Mark Bell remix on the album.[citation needed]
The album was reissued July 1, 2008 with 3 bonus remixes.
Critical reception[edit]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Almost Cool (8.25/10)[2]
Pitchfork Media (8.8/10)[3]
PopMatters (positive)[4]
RapReviews (9/10)[5]
The Wire (10/00, p. 86) - "A planet where rhymes are pecked into trees by gnawed off golf pencils between clenched teeth."
CMJ (10/16/00, p. 28) - "[Its] slick and styled funk proves [Automator's] light years ahead of his peers."
Melody Maker (11/14/00, p. 52) - 4 stars out of 5 - "This is dark, jagged alt-rock inspired soundtrack to confusing times."
NME (10/21/00, p. 44) - 8 out of 10 - "A space opera....the most purely enjoyable hip-hop album of 2000....It's a crazed sci-fi journey to Planet B.S., that takes myriad detours around the galaxy....utterly mesmerizing."
Track listing[edit]
All songs written and composed by Dan the Automator and Del tha Funkeé Homosapien, except where noted.
No. Title Featuring Length
1. "State of the Nation" Damon Albarn 0:25
2. "3030" 7:29
3. "The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza" Prince Paul 0:21
4. "Things You Can Do" 4:59
5. "Positive Contact" 4:42
6. "St. Catherine St." Beans, Mr. Lif, P. Wingerter, Peanut Butter Wolf, Verna Brown 0:43
7. "Virus" 4:26
8. "Upgrade (A Brymar College Course)" 4:10
9. "New Coke" Mark Ramos-Nishita 0:41
10. "Mastermind" 3:34
11. "National Movie Review" Brad Roberts 0:53
12. "Madness" 4:38
13. "Meet Cleofis Randolph the Patriarch" MC Paul Barman 0:36
14. "Time Keeps On Slipping" Damon Albarn 4:59
15. "The News (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Microsoft, Inc.)" Hafdís Huld 0:49
16. "Turbulence" Remixed by Mark Bell 3:33
17. "The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza Part II" Prince Paul 0:37
18. "Battlesong" 4:07
19. "Love Story" 3:26
20. "Memory Loss" Sean Lennon 4:39
21. "The Assmann 640 Speaks" Damon Albarn 0:31
2008 reissue bonus tracks[edit]
"Positive Contact" (Charlie Clouser remix)
"Turbulence" (Mark Bell remix)
"Positive Contact" (Mario C remix)
The following lists some of the songs and sounds sampled for Deltron 3030.[6]
"And That's Saying a Lot" by Christine McVie
"Introit" by William Sheller
"Things You Can Do"
"What Can The Matter Be?" by The Poppy Family
"Positive Contact"
"No Silver Bird" by The Hooterville Trolley
"Days of the Week" by Matt Robinson
"Stakes Is High" by De La Soul
"Worldwide" by Del tha Funkee Homosapien
Battlestar Galactica (1978 TV series)
"Atlantis" by Release Music Orchestra
The Black Hole
"Alguien," by Johnny Olivo
"Dirty Feet" by the Daly-Wilson Big Band
"Loud, Loud, Loud" by Aphrodite's Child
"Magnetizing" by Handsome Boy Modeling School
"National Movie Review"
"Atlantis" by Les Baxter
"Of Cities and Escapes" by The Poppy Family
"Wack MCs" by Del tha Funkee Homosapien
"The News (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Microsoft Inc.)"
"And That's Saying a Lot" by Christine McVie
"Chapala" by Vicente Fernández
"Love Story"
"Milk and Honey" by Bonnie Dobson
"Le Massacre Du Dragon" by the Maurice Vander Trio
"Memory Loss"
"Catch a Bad One" by Del tha Funkee Homosapien
"Time Keeps On Slipping"
Mark Bell – remixing
V. Brown – vocals
Dan the Automator – producer
Del tha Funkee Homosapien – vocals, Lyricist
Scott Harding – engineer
Kid Koala – DJ
Sean Lennon – vocals
Money Mark – vocals
Brad Roberts – vocals
P. Wingerter – vocals
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