Though the streaming era has made countless albums available at the drop of a hat, there remain many classics and gems that have yet to make the transition. For the longest time, El-P's solo catalog has been inaccessible in that regard, including his debut album Fantastic Damage. Hailed as a classic by those familiar with underground hip-hop, the project marked El's first release following the breakup of his former group Company Flow. Arriving eighteen years ago to this date, Fantastic Damage was an instant showcase of El's immense talents, earning itself instant critical acclaim in the process. 

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And while there are many who have kept entertained through El's Run The Jewels rebrand, there remain those who cover the good old days when he was running the underground scene. Now, after a lengthy waiting period, Fantastic Damage has officially made the transition to streaming services. Should you be interested in revisiting the science fiction inspired project, which spawned tracks like "Stepfather Factory" and "Deep Space 9mm," be sure to check it out on your streaming service of choice.

In other El-P related news, he recently confirmed that Run The Jewels 4 will be dropping on June 5th, featuring guest appearances from DJ Premier, Pharrell Williams, Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age, 2 Chainz, and more. It's a good time to be a fan of El Producto.