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1. The Ghost (Therapy) (Skit)
2. Public School (feat. Krizz Kaliko)
3. Head Now (feat. Bernz & Wrekonize of Mayday)
5. Therapy (Skit)
6. Shame on Me (feat. Caroline Dupuy Heerwagen)
7. Jacob Wells Message (Skit)
8. When Demons Come (feat. Tyler Lyon)
9. Therapy Skit Three (Skit)
11. Stop the Sailor
Wes Borland (of Limp Bizkit)
Alfredo Ortiz (of Beastie Boys)
- 6th EP
- 7 tracks
- Produced by Ross Robinson
- All Rock
- "I'm singing a lot so I hope people like it..." Tech N9ne BET.com article 9/10
- Recorded on Venice Beach, CA
- Tech N9ne interviews describing the sounds and details of the EP on page 15 of this thread:
The Source: Can you tell us about your next album “Therapy”?
Tech N9ne: Yeah its done, its done. Its an EP. 7 songs that I did with Ross Robinson, rock oriented. You know I did the rock shit for a long time and it’s always been in our music so this is my first dabble into the whole live band thing, the whole album. Its dope, I think its way dope. Its way different, and it’s therapy. I wrote a song a day on Venice Beach.
Tech also talks a lot about it in this interview. Here's just a portion of it.
Q: He’s (Ross Robinson) like a therapist in that way?
Tech N9ne: Yeah, it’s wonderful, we did 7 songs; Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit came and played on a lot of it, Sammy Siegler played drums, Alfredo Ortiz came and played bongos from the Beastie Boys, a couple of bass players came through… It’s wonderful man, wonderfully done. I hope people like it, because I love it. It’s done now, I’m checking the mixes today- I checked two of them today already. Yeah, we’re there, you know.
Q: What would you say the vibe is like?
Tech N9ne: The vibe is like nothing you’ve ever felt from Tech N9ne. Only my voice is familiar; my singing voice might be familiar, my yelling voice: not familiar.
Also going to post this on this page to get it out of the OP.
- Tech N9ne interview with artistdirect.com September 6th-
What's up with the Fred Durst [Limp Bizkit] track?
I talked to him this year somewhere in Denver. Somebody put him on the phone with me, and we made a connection. We're into each other's phones now. On my next release, I'm going to fuck with him. While we're talking about Limp Bizkit, I'm doing an EP coming out November 5 called Therapy, and Wes Borland came and played on a lot of my songs.
That's going to be sick…
It was beautiful I went to Ross Robinson's studio in Venice Beach, and I sat in the sand and wrote from my heard. We recorded everything in his house. I did six songs there, and I did the seventh song yesterday in Kansas City. I want to send it to Ross and see what he thinks. It's fucking amazing to work with Ross Robinson. He's truly a muse. He's a super muse. He brought a lot of shit out of me. Wes was staying in Ross's house for a while as I was doing this. He came and played on damn near everything. He was trying to get some music out. I happened to be the guy down there trying to get some music out so we got some music out together. We're trying to get it all together so it can be the best for the fans. It's totally different from anything Tech N9ne. It has elements of Tech N9ne because it's me. I'm going to be rapping and singing and shit. I hope everybody takes to it.
What's the vibe lyrically?
It's like this man. In the thank you section of Something Else, I said, "I can't wait to see what doors this album opens up for me". So far, it gave me all the content for Therapy. The people who called me "Devil Worshipper" and all of these things are now sucking the dick. I've got a song that goes, "We don't need no head now we're good!" You were dogging us back then. We don't need head now. We got enough head as it is. "Head Now" is one of my favorite songs. There are songs about problems with me and my girl. I dreamt a song out there. Ross came to me in a dream. We were sitting at his control desk and he pointed down at a record, and it said "Hiccup". He looked at me and said, "Hiccup". I woke up, and I had an idea for a song called "Hiccup". I told Ross and Wes. They recorded me doing hiccups and shit. They made a beat around it. I left and went to lunch. I came back, and they had it dude! It was fucking crazy. We just thought it up right there. We did one called "When Demons Come". Everything came from getting recognition from Something Else. That's how my life is. I like my life. "So Much Love" on Something Else had me ready for "When Demons Come". There's so much love you can get lost in this shit. You don't know when something's going to hit. You have to be ready with angels when demons come. Songs like that just came out of me.
Jozsef Gyorfi said:
Wow. Did the sneak peak of "When Demons Come" make anyone else 10x more hype for this project? Shit was dope.
Technicians! Tech N9ne is set to unleash his newest EP on November 5th, Therapy – Sessions With Ross Robinson! Like nothing you’ve heard before, Therapy is Tech N9ne in full rock mode – crushing tracks that feature the likes of Wes Borland and Sammy Siegler, as well as Krizz Kaliko and Mayday, and produced by renowned producer Ross Robinson with additional production by Michael “Seven” Summers! Don’t miss your chance to get the latest EP from Tech N9ne, Therapy – Sessions With Ross Robinson. Preorder yours today and you’ll get a copy of the Therapy – Sessions With Ross Robinson EP as well as a Strange Music dogtag* (dogtag retails for $15 when purchased separately!). Click here to preorder your copy and get ready for your Therapy session!
*dogtag design subject to change
Worst pre-order ever. I'll pass on itand buy it on iTunes.
EBAH didn't come with anything. And that EP was the worst pre order ever when it comes to music.
Worst pre-order ever. I'll pass on itand buy it on iTunes.
I pre-ordered because I like having hard copies and nothing is included that would drive the cost of shipping high. I don't care about autographs; his signature doesn't make an item that much more valuable since he signs so many things.
Separately, I'm thinking the cover is pretty dull. The font is cool but it looks like a picture you'd find within an online article. Even though the concept of it being therapy inspires a more sensitive tone, I was expecting something edgier or more exciting based on the rock theme. I wasn't necessarily expecting something very hardcore, but certainly something different that would make you think the content was something other than rap. I do realize it's an EP and it's important to keep costs low, however.