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To many, Serengeti is known as a frequent Sufjan Stevens, Open Mike Eagle and WHY? collaborator who manages to intersect hip hop, indie pop, comedy and outsider art in a fluid and, oftentimes, beautiful manner. 2006's Dennehy is the debut odd-ball hip hop album that started it all. Available for the first time on gatefold colored double vinyl via Fake Four, Dennehy is an album performed in the voices of multiple Chicago based alter-egos that Serengeti has developed. Pitchfork wrote, "Too esoteric to be commercial and too weird for purists, Serengeti's aesthetic more closely resembles the unshaven folk-rap of Beck and Buck 65." Features the bonus Beautyman EP on Side D and all new artwork by Amsterdam based designer Andrew McAlpine.