Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt
Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt

Re-issue of Cody ChesnuTT’s landmark 2002 double album, The Headphone Masterpiece. It’s a sprawling work reminiscent of the golden age of pop radio, From sweet 60s soul to first-wave British invasion, dirty south hip hop and post-modern dream pop. In short, it is an evolution of ChesnuTT’s life experience and influences. His closest brush with mainstream success came in 2002, when the hip-hop group The Roots remade a song from his album, The Seed, for their album, Phrenology. The remade version (with ChesnuTT on guitar) was entitled The Seed (2.0) to distinguish it from Chesnutt's original version. The album features the track Look Good in Leather off the Lynx / Caveman ad campaign.

For fans of OutKast, The Roots, and D'Angelo.

Cody Chesnutt

The Headphone Masterpiece

One Little Independent Records
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Album artwork for Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt by The Headphone Masterpiece - Cody Chesnutt
Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt
LPx3

£29.99

Essential Edition w/ Obi Strip

Aztec Gold

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 08/10/2021Catalogue Number

TPLP345LTD

Cody Chesnutt

The Headphone Masterpiece

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt by The Headphone Masterpiece - Cody Chesnutt
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt by The Headphone Masterpiece - Cody Chesnutt
Album artwork for The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Chesnutt
LPx3

£29.99

Essential Edition w/ Obi Strip

Aztec Gold

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 08/10/2021Catalogue Number

TPLP345LTD

Re-issue of Cody ChesnuTT’s landmark 2002 double album, The Headphone Masterpiece. It’s a sprawling work reminiscent of the golden age of pop radio, From sweet 60s soul to first-wave British invasion, dirty south hip hop and post-modern dream pop. In short, it is an evolution of ChesnuTT’s life experience and influences. His closest brush with mainstream success came in 2002, when the hip-hop group The Roots remade a song from his album, The Seed, for their album, Phrenology. The remade version (with ChesnuTT on guitar) was entitled The Seed (2.0) to distinguish it from Chesnutt's original version. The album features the track Look Good in Leather off the Lynx / Caveman ad campaign.

For fans of OutKast, The Roots, and D'Angelo.