|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Planet Of The Shapes||21||Audio||1998||Champion Sound|
|2||Terrorists From Another World||11||Audio||2002||Artificial Army|
|3||Soul-Lows||18||Audio||2002||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|4||Planet Of The Shapes||23||Audio||2000||Nitrous Oxide Records|
|5||2012||9||Audio||1999||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|6||Know Future||29||Audio||2000||Mean Street|
|7||Language Differences / Homesick||2||Audio||2004-10-01||subversiv*rec|
|8||Triple Threat||7||Audio||1998||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|9||Circuit City||6||Audio||2004||Cornerstone R.A.S.|
|10||Soulows Two||12||Audio||2004||Dead Guy Records|
|11||The Mix Tape CD||3||Audio||2004||Cornerstone R.A.S.|
|12||Was Here||20||Audio||2004||Cornerstone R.A.S.|
|13||Adopted By Aliens||15||Audio||2000||Celestial Recordings|
|14||Word 2 Yer Mudda-Ship||3||Audio||1999||Weapon-Shaped|
|15||DJ Rob One Presents... The 12" Bootlegs + Mo'||18||Audio||1999||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|16||Girl Power Volume One||23||Audio||1998||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|17||Planet Of The Shapes Volume Two||21||Audio||1998||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|18||Terrorist From Another World||12||Audio||2010||Artificial Army|
|20||Use The Force Luke.....But Dont Hurt Em.||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|21||Joy 2 Da World||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|22||Soul-Lows||18||Audio||2002||Not On Label (The Shape Shifters Self-released)|
|23||Was Here||20||Audio||2004||Cornerstone RAS|
In the ever-fluctuating, mercurial culture of hip-hop, very few groups, let alone solo rap artists, have sustained longevity. Enter the Shape Shifters, the storied Los Angeles underground collective that’s been making their own eclectic, brand of hip-hop for virtually a decade.
Indeed, ever since the group emerged out of the legendary mid-city, Los Angeles graffiti scene in the early nineties, the Shape Shifters, by virtue of their original, genre-bending and most importantly, uniquely creative musical sensibilities, have established themselves as one of the most reliable and downright interesting subterranean rap acts in recent memory, creating a virtual cult following in the process.
Originally based around LA graf writers Perk, Meck, Realm Ser and Rob 1 (all of the CBS crew), the Shape Shifters began to emerge as noteworthy rhyme crew in the early nineties.
Impressed by what their peers were doing, graf writers from other Los Angeles crews and also other hip-hop collectives like Live Wires and The Chain Smokers, clicked up with the Shape Shifters, What resulted was a somewhat nebulous, ever-changing but always on-point crew who quickly developed a following of fans through creative and abstract sound, reminiscent of Project Blowed and The Good Life era of LA underground hip-hop.