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Adopting a pitch-shifted alter-ego as Madlib did with Quasimoto then pairing it up with a host of skits as MF DOOM has done across his many character-driven albums, Logic surprise drops a new mixtape under the Doctor Destruction moniker; a project that, oddly enough, ranks as one Logic’s best works to date. Logic’s path up to this point has been marred with lost potential and straight-up delusional releases, to be specific I'd cite two of his more recent outings; 'Confessions of a ... read more


Oh wow, you guys are gay as FUCK!

When taking about comebacks in rap, nobody talks about Logic and HIS comeback to quality. Mans made his worst and then followed it with his best in a year. He said he quits and then he surprises everybody with a brand new tape that slaps hard and is on par with No Pressure. Idk why, but the guy on the radio has Logic's voice.

The moment i started hearing the samples, the hilarious skits and the DOOM inspiration i fell in love with this. Bobby creates a new ... read more


It's Logic's best work yet, even if it's not Logic here. Well, it's Logic but it's not Logic. Is that logical? *laughter rumbles*

Won't go in-depth here, but this mixtape is really good. Huge Quasimoto influences, with a lot of goofy character oozing from both some clever lines and some cringy (but good cringe) skits. Man really said "I just got the new Kid Cudi album illegally, I call that shit Scott free." A couple of songs perhaps dragged a little bit too long, but the ... read more


I'm generally not a Logic fan but this mixtape under the villainous alias Doctor Destruction (a tribute to the alter egos of DOOM and Madlib) is one of his best. His production and delivery are consistently good and, while often derivative and nerdy, this tape doesn't really come off as corny as his projects under the 'Logic' name. Also, how could I not love a track sampling Aretha Franklin's 'One Step Ahead' and another featuring both Del The Funky Homosapien and Ghostface Killah?

Favourite ... read more


[72.08] Logi... I mean Doctor Destruction releases his first mixtape which follows the story of some guy destroying a lot of planets with a Rick and Morty kind of narrative, the self-aware skits making this tape SUCH a fun listen. Hall experiments going directly for a boom-bap sound with various cinematic samples that develop a nostalgic texture to the tape while still baring originality. I imagine we won't see from this alias again, as it was just another moment for Logic to put something out ... read more


Under the MF DOOM-inspired alias/character Doctor Destruction, Logic provides us with a mixtape detailing Doc D’s mission to destroy the multiverse resulting from his break up with his ex-girlfriend, Sharon.


1. Intro - 7/10
2. Planetary Destruction (feat. Big Lenbo) - 9/10
3. Better Text Back ... read more

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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Planetary Destruction (ft. Big Lenbo)
  3. Better Text Back
  4. Green Juices
  5. Cosmos 105.7 (Skit 1)
  6. Double Sample
  7. Backstory
  8. Cosmos 105.7 (Skit 2)
  9. Back to the Basement (ft. Se7enth Assassin, Tony Tone, Big Lenbo & Castro)
  10. Outer Space Gang (ft. Like & JMars)
  11. Butt Ass Naked (ft. Black Chocolate & Marc Rebillet)
  12. Ready Player Gun (ft. Like & Buddy)
  13. Cosmos 105.7 (Skit 3)
  14. 20 Million Woolongs (ft. Punch)
  15. Bounty Law (ft. Del The Funky Homosapien & Ghostface Killah)
  16. Cosmos 105.7 (Skit 4)
  17. Death of Destruction
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Added on: January 19, 2021