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"Operation: Doomsday"

Studio album by MF Doom
Released April 20, 1999
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Underground hip hop
Length 57:58
Label Fondle 'Em Records
Producer MF Doom, DJ Subroc, Percy Carey (Executive producer)
MF Doom chronology
Operation: Doomsday
(1999) MF EP
(2000)
Operation: Doomsday (Complete)

Cover for the 2011 reissue
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (8.9/10)[2]
Robert Christgau (B+)[3]
RapReviews (9/10)[4]
Amazon.com (favourable)[5]
Spin (8/10)[6]
Sputnikmusic 4.5/5 stars[7]
A.V. Club (A)[8]
"Operation: Doomsday" is the debut solo album by American hip hop artist MF Doom, marking his return to the hip hop scene after KMD's demise. It was released as CD & 2/LP on Fondle 'Em Records in April 20, 1999, and reissued by Sub Verse Records in 2011 with a slightly altered track listing.[9]

Despite being reissued, the CD went out of print sometime between 2003 and 2004, quickly becoming an expensive collector's item, while the LP stayed in print for much longer.

The original cover was designed by LORD SCOTCH 79th.

The album was released on iTunes in May 2007 and widely re-released on MF Doom's Metal Face Records on October 7, 2008.

It was announced on December 16, 2010 that Operation: Doomsday was being reissued in 2011. The reissue cover was designed by Jason Jagel, who did the art for Mm.. Food.[10] It was reported that there were licensing issues with the original artwork that caused problems with reissuing. Stones Throw Records stated that Doom was working on a track-listing for the reissue.[11]

Track listing[edit]
No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "The Time We Faced Doom" (Skit) MF Doom 2:04
2. "Doomsday" MF Doom 4:58
3. "Rhymes Like Dimes" (featuring Cucumber Slice) MF Doom 4:18
4. "The Finest" (featuring Tommy Gunn) MF Doom 4:01
5. "Back in the Days" (Skit) MF Doom 0:45
6. "Go with the Flow" MF Doom 3:36
7. "Tick, Tick…" (featuring MF Grimm) MF Doom 4:04
8. "Red and Gold" (featuring King Geedorah) MF Doom 4:42
9. "The Hands of Doom" (Skit) DJ Subroc 1:50
10. "Who You Think I Am?" (featuring X-Ray, Rodan, Megalon, K.D., King Geedorah and Kong) MF Doom 3:24
11. "Doom, Are You Awake?" (Skit) MF Doom 1:12
12. "Hey!" MF Doom 3:46
13. "Operation: Greenbacks" (featuring King Geedorah & Megalon) MF Doom 3:46
14. "The Mic" MF Doom 3:02
15. "The Mystery of Doom" (Skit) MF Doom 0:21
16. "Dead Bent" MF Doom 2:22
17. "Gas Drawls" MF Doom 3:43
18. "?" (featuring Kurious) MF Doom 3:33
19. "Hero vs. Villain (Epilogue)" (featuring E. Mason) MF Doom 3:33
Notes and sample credits
"The Time We Faced Doom (Skit)" contains a sample from "No Stranger To Love", written by Roy Ayers and William Allen, and performed by Ayers; and a dialogue from the film Wild Style.
"Doomsday" contains samples from "Kiss of Life" written by Sade Adu and Stuart Matthewman, and performed by Sade; and "Poetry", written by L. Parker and S. LaRock, and performed by Boogie Down Productions.
"Rhymes like Dimes" samples "One Hundred Ways" written by Quincy Jones and James Ingram and performed by the latter.
"The Finest" contains a sample from "The Finest", written and performed by The SOS Band.
"Go With The Flow" contains a sample from "Aint' No Price on Happiness", written by Charles Simmons, Joseph B. Jefferson and Bruce Hawes, and performed by The Spinners.
"Tick, Tick..." contains a sample from "Glass Onion", written by Lennon–McCartney and performed by The Beatles.
"Red and Gold" contains a sample from "Shoot 'Em Up Movies", written by Kenny Nolan and performd by The Deele.
"The Hands of Doom (Skit)" contains a sample from "There Was a Time" written by James Brown and Bud Hobgood, and performed by Dee Felice Trio; and a dialogue from the film Wild Style.
"Who You Think I Am?" contains a sample from "Eastern Market" composed by Yusef Lateef and "It's A New Day", written and performed by Skull Snaps.
"Doom, Are You Awake? (Skit)" contains a sample from "Vykkii" by Isaac Hayes Movement.
”Hey!” contains samples from the opening theme to The New Scooby-Doo Movies, composed by Hoyt Curtin.
"Operation: Greenbacks" contains a sample from "I Need Your Lovin'", written and performed by Teena Marie.
"The M.I.C." contains a sample from "Microphone Fiend", written by Eric Barrier and Rakim Allah, and performed by Eric B. & Rakim; and "All in the Name of Love", written by Sam Dees and performed by Atlantic Starr.
”Dead Bent” contains a sample of “Walk On By”, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and performed by Isaac Hayes.
"Gas Drawls" contains a sample from "Black Cow", written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, and performed by Steely Dan.
"?" contains a sample from "Vykkii" by Isaac Hayes Movement and "Catch The Beat" by T. Ski Valley.
"I Hear Voices Pt. 1" contains a sample from "For Love (I Come Your Friend)", written and performed by George Duke.
”Hero vs. Villain (Epilogue)” was replaced by “I Hear Voices Pt. 1” in the 2001 remastered edition of the album.
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