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 Post subject: Re: Rap/Hip-Hop discussion
PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:07 pm 
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That new DOOM song is really cool!


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Tried pushing Count Bass D a while back, pretty sure no one checked him out. Dwight Spitz has some awesome, awesome production, and Act Your Waist Size is super solid too.











If anyone is interested I'll up em.


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 Post subject: Re: Rap/Hip-Hop discussion
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That Kendrick Lamar song that got Best New Track is really good. I think I need to look into him a bit more. What do you guys say about him?


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section.80 is where it's at


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he's fantastic, one of the most talented rappers to gain notoriety last year


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portishead main man geoff barrow forms 35 man hip hop collective (members of the pharcyde, organised konfusion and loads more) and are releasing a 41 song album in march

http://www.artistdirect.com/entertainme ... ct/9910116

prog-hop?


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here's hoping it's terrific


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Sounds bitchin'. Would you guys recommend Danger Mouse's Grey Album?


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I kind of just half like Kendrick Lamar. I'll really be enjoying a song, then some really cheesy lyrics or sample will make me feel uncomfortable. Will check out the song soon, because he definitely has some major talent.


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anyone happen to grab this Blu and Madlib album before they took it down?


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stones throw records i assume? man those guys are such cunts when it comes to filesharing. it shouldn't take massive amounts of webdigging for anyone to find donuts, let alone tons of their other awesome stuff


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ya i was actually to find a link somehow. they're the best at killing links

-http://hulkshare.com/yuig42p8p21i
grab it before it dies


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this sample usage cracked me up for some reason

http://www.whosampled.com/sample/view/3 ... ly,%20Wow/


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 Post subject: Re: Rap/Hip-Hop discussion
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Did anyone see Jay and Kanye on tour? Is it worth spending 61 quid to see them? I'm thinking no.


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 Post subject: Re: Rap/Hip-Hop discussion
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I've recently heard 3 landmark hip hop albums, 4 if you count Endtroducing. My rankings :

GZA - Liquid Swords - 10+/10 - Just about as perfect as a hip hop album could get, not too long, killer beats, killer flow,and with good reason DDD's favorite rap album

DJ Shadow - Endtroducing - 10+/10 - the rap album for all haters of rap, I've already got some of my anti hip hop buddies onto this, which speaks volume of its quality and accessibility.

UGK - Ridin Dirty - 10/10 - I dont give this a 10+ cause I've heard it just once in completion, but Bun B just about destroys everybody I've ever heard in his delivery style and him and Pimp C make a great team.


Cunninlynguistics - A Piece of Strange - 9.5/10 - Easily the most melodically musical rap album I've heard, its solid from start to finish, but lacks a bit in the wow factor where the other 3 albums excel. Again, 1 listen only, so maybe I need more time. Also, the rapping and delivery is weaker than UGK and GZA, perhaps Im setting high standards here, but since I've listened to them within the span of a couple days, and I heard this album last, i have Bun B and the Wu Tang folks in my mind, however, the run from tracks 10-16 is probably better than anything on any of the other albums, but its not completely bowled me over like the other.


I also listened to a bit of J Dilla's Donuts, and must thank Rashed for recing that, though its an album thats long been around that I never bothered checking out, and I guess it was 420 Bro's avatar for the longest time as well. I havent given it a proper listen yet though, so cant comment on it. I did enjoy the 15 minutes that I did listen to it a lot, albeit slightly lesser than the other albums I mentioned.

Also, if someone can upload a working version of Madvillainy, Id be very grateful, since it seems thats the album i should listen to next


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