Artist: Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No)
Title: Official Discography (2 Albums, 2 EPs, 2 Singles)
Genre: Underground Hip-Hop
Release date: 2010-2012
Audio codec: MP3
Format: tracks
Quality: 320 kbps
Time: 02:40:50

2010 – Gutter Water [320 kbps] (L)
01. Intro (1:03)
02. Boss Shit (Cuts by DJ Romes) (2:32)
03. Not High Enough (3:19)
04. Gutter Water (Feat. Raekwon) (3:16)
05. Get Into Some Gangster Shit (Feat. Planet Asia) (3:47)
06. Take Drugs (3:51)
07. Chain Swinging (Cuts by DJ Romes) (2:44)
08. Wassup Wassup (Feat. Fashawn & Evidence) (2:29)
09. All Bad (Cuts by DJ Romes) (4:54)
10. Breathing Down Yo Neck (Feat. MED) (3:12)
11. From Another Orbit (Feat. Roc C) (3:43)
12. Ransom (3:19)
13. Standing In The Shadows (2:37)
14. Brass Knuckle Rap (Feat. Guilty Simpson) (4:37)
15. Not Leaving (Feat. Big Twins) (3:26)

2012 – Vodka & Ayahuasca [320 kbps] (L)
01. Intro (The Mixings) (1:09)
02. Gladiator Music (Feat. Kool G Rap) (4:38)
03. Flame Throwers (2:49)
04. Drink It Up (Feat. Roc Marciano) (3:24)
05. Auralac Bags (3:32)
06. Vodka & Ayahuasca (2:59)
07. Dump Truck (Feat. Prodigy) (4:50)
08. Due Work (3:23)
09. Odds Cracked (2:21)
10. Top Instructors (3:14)
11. Dark Shades (Feat. Evidence & Roc C) (3:33)
12. The Groove (3:08)
13. Livers For Sale (2:00)
14. Outro (The Downsides) (0:53)

2010 – Sawblade EP [320 kbps] (L)
01. The Sickness (2:53)
02. Operating Room (3:22)
03. Freshest Rhymes (3:34)
04. Overdose (2:44)
05. The Sickness (Instrumental) (2:53)
06. Operating Room (Instrumental) (3:22)
07. Freshest Rhymes (Instrumental) (3:34)
08. Overdose (Instrumental) (2:45)

2011 – Greneberg EP (with Roc Marciano) [320 kbps] (WEB)
Side A: Roc Marciano
01. Momma Told Me (Prod. by Roc Marciano) (3:33)
02. Hoard 90 (Prod. by The Alchemist) (2:49)
03. Jet Luggage (Feat. Alchemist + Oh No) (Gangrene) (3:16)
Side B: The Alchemist + Oh No (Gangrene)
04. Papercuts (Prod. by The Alchemist) (2:17)
05. New Shit (Prod. by Oh No) (2:40)
06. Sewer Gravy (Feat. Roc Marciano) (Prod. by The Alchemist) (4:22)
07. Jaws (Roc Marciano, Prod. by Oh No) (2:57)

2011 – Vodka & Ayahuasca (Digi Single) [320 kbps] (WEB)
01. Vodka & Ayahuasca (Clean Master) (2:58)
02. Vodka & Ayahuasca (Dirty Master) (2:58)
03. Vodka & Ayahuasca (Instrumental Master) (2:59)

2011 – Dump Truck (Digi Single) [320 kbps] (Scene) [WEB]
01. Dump Truck (Feat. Prodigy) (Dirty) (4:50)
02. Dump Truck (Feat. Prodigy) (Clean) (4:50)
03. Dump Truck (Instrumental) (4:11)

The Alchemist and Oh No, respected and accomplished MCs and producers in their own right, weren’t acquainted until they met at a show headlined by Dilated Peoples member and mutual friend, Evidence. Inspired, Al contacted Oh No and proposed a collaborative project. From that point they “just clicked”, says Oh No. “I sent him a verse and a beat, and he sent a beat and a verse.” The creative sparring continued, and they began to refer to the work as Gangrene. As the project began to flesh itself out organically over the course of these exchanges, each artists relished the opportunity to best his cohort with the most profoundly disturbing, cut-throat concoction he could muster, be it a threatening stanza or traumatic instrumental. The friendly competition was spurred on by a deep-rooted mutual respect and admiration for each other’s work, and the music began to reflect this as they exchanged sonic influence, ultimately contributing to an aesthetic that resides at the corner of Crenshaw and Elm Street.

Three years after the creative mutagen was introduced, the Alchemist and Oh No stand upon a seething heap of rugged de-compositions to be released as an album titled Gutter Water on Decon. Together as Gangrene they present a dense canvas from which verses by guests Planet Asia, Raekwon, Evidence, Medaphoar, Twin Gambino, Fashawn and Roc ‘C’ leap into action alongside rhymes of their own. Oh No explains, “Our sounds are really raw, gritty. It just worked.”

Though both are life long students of the school of sampling, they’re approach to doing so differed initially. Gradually breaking down analog recordings to there elements, Al and Oh have since become a force of nature, accosting beautiful pieces of music, turning them inside out and repackaging them into an ominous, pitch-colored void of thuggery. Gangrene is a hood-certified existential demonstration of creative conceptualism; creating something by taking less from more, returning an organic creation to the soil, diamonds into coal.