From The Dirt Came Forth Bread (most known as the Bastard
Album) is the debut album from Nine Anthems.
This album is credited as the most successful Nine
Music album to date. All production is from Nine Anthems and it features
various artists from Nine Music and the surrounding music community.
This album was responsible for Nine Music’s biggest
album tour as well as paving the way for future Nine Music tours (see The
Nine Anthems tour).
A music video was also shot for 2 of the most promoted songs
‘Ninestein’ and ‘Mayhem’ which made as a joint video.
This album was also noted for it’s effective use of
interludes and skits. The most revered is ‘Dick Heads’ where 2
unintelligent stereotypical street boys are insulting English Hip Hop until
they are shot by the Friends Of Hip Hop.
The album was released to huge critical acclaim. Many felt
that this album encapsulated Nine Music’s spirit. The enhanced cd was
also acclaimed for it technical brilliance. The enhanced cd contain 3 bonus
songs one of which is the acclaimed ‘Cunt Village’. Due to the
huge tour, this album was lucrative and generated more hype than any Nine
Music album apart from the Five Star album.
Nine Taurus has stated many
times that there will be second Nine Anthems Album. Most famously on the Futile
Tears track ‘Too Many Jaws’; F**ing exposed you pansies\ on
the Bastard Album\ you still trying to talk some\ wait for the second one.
02 Blitz (Aggrovation, Bomb, Nine Taurus,
Symbolic, Rap Raven, Gambino)
03 Ninestein (Nine Taurus)
04 The Box (El kirbio, Nine
05 Savior (Interlude)
06 Tears (Symbolic, Nine
07 Jive (Stalker, Symbolic)
08 Power Struggle (Nine Taurus)
09 Dick Heads (Interlude)
10 The Greatest (Ikuyo)
11 Bastard (Symbolic, Nine
12 Blown Off The Globe (El Kirbio)
13 Grass Roots (Rap Raven, Nine Taurus, Dark
14 Tactics (Dark Horse, Nine
15 Nine Anthems (Ikuyo, Symbolic)
16 Game Cube Or Your Girl (Rap Raven)
17 Thanks (Nine Taurus)
18 He Is Dead (Bomb)
19 Mayhem (Offkey Logic, Bomb, Goldarloshivich,
O2, Marshall Raw,
Shaolin Blo, Ikuyo, Nine
Executive Producer: Dean 'Nine' Simon