Earth People

Dr. Octagon, Kool Keith

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Dr. Octagon is a persona created and used by American rapper Keith Matthew Thornton, better known as Kool Keith. First appearing on Thornton's 1996 debut solo album, Dr. Octagonecologyst, Dr. Octagon is an extraterrestrial time traveling gynecologist and surgeon from the planet Jupiter. Thornton performed and released two albums under the alias. The character was murdered by Dr. Dooom on Thornton's 1999 album First Come, First Served, and was briefly revived before once again being killed on Thornton's 2008 album Dr. Dooom 2, in response to the release of The Return of Dr. Octagon, an album largely produced without Thornton's involvement. Kool Keith reunited with Dan The Automator and DJ Qbert to release Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilatio… more »


Year:
1996
4:58
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Verse 1 
First patient  pull out the skull  remove the cancer 
Breakin' his back  chisel necks for the answer 
Supersonic bionic robot voodoo power 
Equator ex my chance to flex skills on Ampex 
With power meters and heaters gauge anti freeze 
Octagon oxygen  aluminum intoxicants 
More ways to blow blood cells in your face 
React with four bombs and six fire missiles 
Armed with seven rounds of space doo-doo pistols 
You may not believe, livin' on the Earth planet 
My skin is green and silver, warhead lookin' mean 
Astronauts get played, tough like the ukelele 
As I move in rockets, overriding, levels 
Nothing's aware, same data, same system 
Chorus 
Earth People, New York and California 
Earth People, I was born on Jupiter x4 
Verse 2 
Now my helmet's on, you can't tell me I'm not in space 
With the National Guard United States Enterprise 
Diplomat of swing with aliens at my feet 
Comin' down the rampart through beam on the street 
Obsolete computes, compounds and dead sounds 
As I locate intricately independent 
Economic rhymer got savoury store food 
In Capsule D my program is ability 
For a reaction and response to a no-one 
Identification Code: Unidentified 
I got cosmophonic, pressed a button, changed my face 
You recognised, so what? I turned invisible 
Made myself clear, reappeared to you visual 
Disappear again, zapped like a android 
Face the fact, I fly on planets every day 
My nucleus friend, prepare, I return again 
My 7XL is not yet invented 
Repeat chorus 
Verse 3 
Space Ranger, contact tubes, send synthetics 
I program one and go to Earth through the fax machine 
My number's Seven-Oh-Nine Seven-Five-Five Six-E-L-Three 
Computer File: Nine-Three 
Digital level, standing on the terminal 
Upside down through polygons fightin' pentagons 
Changin' blue skin, my brown colour's comin' back 
I'm psychedelic this time, come in rainbow 
Look at the green lights and y'all see my brain glow 
Five colours: yellow, black and red and green...purple 
Repeat chorus

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Written by: DAN NAKAMURA, KEITH THORNTON

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