Tracklist
Face A
1.
Golden God (feat. Torito)
Darko the Super
03:13
2.
Butterflies in my Tummy
Darko the Super
03:05
3.
The News (feat. Ialive)
Darko the Super
02:46
4.
Lo-fi Princess 2
Darko the Super
01:44
5.
Speedrun
Darko the Super
01:38
6.
Horse Meat Stew (feat. Alaska)
Darko the Super
02:47
7.
The Devil Defeated
Darko the Super
02:45
8.
Wet Cigarette
Darko the Super
01:52
Face B
1.
Let Go and Let God (feat. Lil B & Charles Hamilton)
Darko the Super
03:02
2.
Suzy
Darko the Super
04:16
3.
The Ledge (feat. Denmark Vessey)
Darko the Super
03:29
4.
Grow Fangs (feat. Curly Castro)
Darko the Super
02:42
5.
I Want More (Out of Life)
Darko the Super
03:10
6.
Front Row 40 Water
Darko the Super
02:38
7.
The Proverbial Gun
Darko the Super
02:42
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Description

"The Devil Defeated" is the new album from Darko The Super, entirely produced by Steel Tipped Dove. Titled after a lyric from "Spirit World Rising" by the late great Daniel Johnston. This album plays out as a bugged out coming of age journey all about finding yourself and defeating the devils of the past. The devil represents fear and paranoia. Daniel Johnston is our hero's spiritual guide. He represents light and love. A true force of inspiration. Track's like "Suzy" show the dark side, selfishness and anger. It's a story based on "Suzy's Face" a song by punk legends and Kalamazoo heroes, The Spits. While songs like "Butterflies in My Tummy" represent young love. It even details having to go to the hospital and getting stitches as a child. "The Devil Defeated" is very much a statement. Darko The Super has found his voice and in turn himself.

Darko The Super
United States

Darko The Super is the doofus in charge over at U Don’t Deserve This Beautiful Art, a record label specializing in the unexpected. Darko has spent his illustrious career as a hip hop superhero. Hailing from the city of brotherly love, he formed such duos as The Hell Hole Store with ialive, and Desperate Band Appreciation Society with Harvey Cliff MC. Through the years he’s worked with some of independent music’s brightest stars and even is known to hang out at fashion week in his outfits from Big & Tall. With an increasingly rising 50 some odd albums under his belt, he is truly a bonafide prolific rap weirdo. Heralded as Philly’s avant-garde king, Darko The Super is an unstoppable force making other artists of today look plain lazy.