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The Detroit Experiment (2003) is the self-titled jazz/electronic album resulting from a collaborative project including DJ/producer Carl Craig, saxophonist Bennie Maupin, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, pianist Geri Allen, and violinist Regina Carter, all natives or longtime residents of Detroit, Michigan.

The album is a follow-up to Ropeadope Records' earlier album, The Philadelphia Experiment, by Philadelphia natives.

Ropeadope later released another follow-up The Harlem Experiment.


  1. Space Odyssey
  2. Think Twice
  3. Revelation
  4. Baby Needs New Shoes
  5. There Is a God
  6. Church
  7. Enterluud
  8. Vernors
  9. Too High
  10. Highest
  11. Midnight at the Twenty Grand
  12. A Taste of Tribe
  13. The Way We Make Music
  14. Revelation Reprise

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