|A1||Mr. Hood At Piocalles Jewelry/Crackpot||2:49|
|A2||Who Me? (With An Answer From Dr. Bert)||3:32|
|A4||Mr. Hood Meets Onyx||2:15|
|A7||Figure Of Speech||3:44|
Featuring – Brand Nubian
|B2||Trial 'N Error||4:09|
|B3||Hard Wit No Hoe||3:53|
|B4||Mr. Hood Gets A Haircut||1:18|
|B6||Boy Who Cried Wolf||3:36|
|KAMECD-5, WQCP-418||KMD||Mr. Hood (CD, Album, RE)||Cold Slammin', Elektra, Warner Music||KAMECD-5, WQCP-418||Japan||2006|
|9 60977-4||K.M.D.*||Mr. Hood (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Elektra||9 60977-4||US||1991|
|KM45||KMD||Mr. Hood (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label||KM45||Unknown|
|MF 100||KMD||Mr. Hood (CD, Album, RE)||Metal Face||MF 100||US||2000|
|60977-2||KMD||Mr. Hood (CD, Album)||Elektra||60977-2||US||1991|
Hood is the debut studio album by hip hop group KMD. It was released on May 14, 1991 via Elektra Records. Recording sessions took place at Calliope Studios in New York. Production was handled by . except two tracks produced by the Stimulated Dummies. The album spawned three singles: "Peachfuzz", which peaked at on the Hot Rap Songs, "Who Me?", which peaked at on the Hot Rap Songs, and "Nitty Gritty" featuring Brand Nubian.
Hood is the debut album by KMD, Daniel Dumile’s first group. The album was released on May 14, 1991, by Elektra. It was a precursor to Black Bastards (1993). The album is now considered a classic and was listed at number 98 in Pitchfork Media’s Top 100 Albums of the 1990s.
Album · 1991 · 18 Songs. Mr. Hood At Piocallee Jewelry, Crackpot.
While Mr. Hood isn’t technically a DOOM album, there is no MF DOOM without KMD. Before the mask and the mystery, there was Zev Love X, a Five-Percenter with a high-pitched voice and bars ready to unspool. Where else will a rapper chart out the chase for Little Black Sambo with Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street? Even given its content, Mr. Hood is a fun and breezy record that helped lay the groundwork for the villainy that was to come.
Hood is the debut album by KMD, Daniel Dumile's first group.