Type I : The Kardashev Scale

by Greydon Square

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timothy diebold
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timothy diebold I like this album so much cuz he speaks the truth Favorite track: Stockholm Syndrome.
Alvaro Bertoni
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Alvaro Bertoni At a time when I was discovering my humanistic and atheistic views, I was also estranged from HipHop. I then discovered Greydon. I was never far from appreciating lyricism or talented masters-of-ceremony, I had simply given up on Hiphop's message. It may go without saying that his lyrics resonate with my point of view but what I think is more profound is that his vocabulary is rich and robust. His ability to execute and articulate within a finite musical frame is undeniable. Favorite track: Stockholm Syndrome.
GrooveDigger
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GrooveDigger scientific positivist rap Favorite track: World Around Us.
jamey stamper
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jamey stamper Greydon Square combines great hip-hop with relevant scientific and world knowledge. What's not to love! Favorite track: As an artist.
Stevie Kincade
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Stevie Kincade My introduction to Graydon Square now one of my favorite artists. This album hits hard to the hippocampus Favorite track: Onward.
John-Wayne Witt
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John-Wayne Witt A masterpiece of hyper-intelligent hip-hop, combined with the best production on any of Greydon's works up to this point. I get smarter every time I listen to this. Favorite track: Stockholm Syndrome.
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The Kardashev Scale, released August 10th, 2010 is the 3rd studio album from recording artist Greydon Square. It is a title comes from the Russian Scientist, Nikolai Kardashev, who In 1963 Kardashev upon examining cosmos came up with the idea that some galactic civilizations would be perhaps millions or billions of years ahead of us, and created the Kardashev classification scheme to rank such civilizations. With the Kardashev Scale, Greydon employes creative samples from respected astrophysicists like Michio Kaku and Carl Sagan, a feature track with Canibus, and (19) new songs to add to his expanding catalogue of music.

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released August 10, 2010

Additional Production by Traumah & Surreal & Doug Fenske. Features from Canibus, Syqnys, Noob, Taskrok, & Gripp.

Executive Producer: Alex Prodoehl

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