?anyone have any of these trax:
Check Fraud (Kid Koala's Space Cadet 2003 Remix)
'What A Day' Day (Why? Remix)
Moon Repellent (vocals: DoseOne)

самая первая обложка - вообще термоядерная..
парни ну хоть напишите пару рецензий (стоит качать?)
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чем-то Рэдиохэд напоминает... точней... не .. даже не знаю ...ооо... может кому-то покажется глупым сравнением, но я бы так сказал - смесь Тома Йорка и Пола Маккартни.. короче это не хип-хоп.. но как по мне очень стоит качать....
чем-то Рэдиохэд напоминает... точней... не .. даже не знаю ...ооо... может кому-то покажется глупым сравнением, но я бы так сказал - смесь Тома Йорка и Пола Маккартни.. короче это не хип-хоп.. но как по мне очень стоит качать....

спасибо за уточнение smile.gif
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10th Avenue Freakout могу рекоммендовать thumb.gif
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последний альбом это просто полноценное инди, если loss leader еще была ничего то альбом просто полный отстой
DPM: Disruptive Pattern Material
я выкладывал альбом 10th Avenue Freakout только ни фига не в Хип-Хопе... теперь, правда, найти не могу...
Please reup "10th Avenue Freakout" thanxxxx
VBR / 78.7mb

хм, довольно интересно! уже качаю huh.gif
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друзья, комунить нужен фог етхер теетх за деньги дигипак?
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The song kind of tells the story by itself, you know? I got pneumonia, sort of had a nervous breakdown and sat in the bathroom a lot with the shower running to clear the mucous out of my lungs. The episode was sort of the catalyst for making the Fog record, so it is a good example of something seemingly horrible turning into something positive. Ha ha, I guess I should prepare myself to tell this story over and over again, shouldnÕt I? Anyway, this is usually the song where people (including my Mother) have brought up Neil Young. I guess I can only take that as a compliment. Oh, and the first scratch solo is some kind of Korean folk instrument.
As for the Coldcut remix, shit- what can I say? ItÕs great- the strings are lovely and I never thought IÕd be on a song that made me want to dance. Weird. On a side note, when they were re-mixing "Paid in Full", I was nine.
"Moon Repellent" was recorded on a cold-ass, miserable-ass, cold, miserable Minnesota winter night when Dose came to visit some friends in Minneapolis. We recorded some stuff on my four-track. Oh, and when we did it my speakers were broken, so we had to do it all in headphones. So from upstairs, all my roommates could hear was Adam making these bizarre sounds from the basement. "Myyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy white christmasÉ" The only thing I had in mind for the beat was to rip off an uptempo Motown beat, like "Stop in the Name of Love." Of course, the finished product sounds nothing like that but I think itÕs some new-sounding shit if I do say so myself (breaking my arm patting myself on the back as I write this).

Anyway, yeahÉ I donÕt know. Everyone always sings me the first line of this song, when they find out I made it so thatÕs gotta be a good sign. Who knows- IÕm not the expert on these things. Just tell whoever gets this to listen to the song- God thatÕs so fucking predictable, isnÕt it? Just listen to the music, maaaannnÉ I hate this.

Sorry to rambleÉ More laterÉ


A1. Pneumonia
A2. Moon Repellent [featuring Doseone]
B. Pneumonia (Coldcut's Uptight Duck mix)


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"Darkness at dawn
I crawled out of an empty dresser
Hello everybody
Us and our cars are confident and happy
Yeah we’re
Made of money
I’m made of money
Drop me off a block away
Drop me off a block away"

Andrew Broder, returns once more to put the wind up anyone and everyone with a cold blast of emotion and abstract lyricism. The original of "Check Fraud" was an instrumental piece on his eponymous debut, released in February of this year to the kind of press feeding-frenzy which doesn’t happen every day. Emboldened by this critical acclaim and a show at the Notting Hill Arts Centre which is in danger of becoming legendary, Broder has here allowed the song to breath. The guitar and turntable are a simple background to an intense vocal performance that can’t help but raise the spectre of the young, angry Dylan, although admittedly a Bob with a Vestax 06-Pro and multitrack. Almost hymnlike, the piece develops its own momentum, leaving the listener unsure – as guitars chime down like church bells - whether this is a critique or a melancholy celebration of those who are "made of money".

Over, the Minneapolis Misanthrope hands over control to another turntablist for whom crabs and flares are not enough – Kid Koala. Unsurprisingly, he reimagines the original as a decks-suite, re-playing the original melody by hand with precision and emotional nuance before crashing a drum track across it for a grand finale.

A1 Check Fraud {non-album version}
A2. High Mummy Road Movie
B1. Check Fraud (Kid Koala's Space Cadet E002 mix)
B2. Prancing Around Like A Fuck


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'What a Day' Day is a new national holiday that has been declared by Andrew Broder of Fog- and unlike other holidays, you can celebrate 'What a Day' Day every day!
Ha HA! 'What a Day' Day is the charming and frivolous new single from Fog's sophomore Ninja Tune release Ether Teeth! And on it we hear Fog taking a huge step both arrangement-wise and lyrically from the debut Fog- turning the despair knob down and the sarcasm knob up to 10. The melody sticks in your head like a raspberry seed stuck in your teeth; Marching band drums collide with turntable drumming that can only be described as "swinging"; There's a Broadway-style scene change breakdown and then comes the gloriously chaotic finale, tying the whole theme together as some belligerent Indie-rock/ Music Man/ free noise-scratch anthem. No crap!
The following track, Nice Things Are Great (not available on LP) is deceptively woozy- listen close, though, and you'll hear Andrew take a bite out of the materialism found in modern music, vinyl culture in particular.
Kindred spirit Why? of Oakland-based Anticon collective knows how to celebrate 'What a Day' Day right and contributes a boss remix on the B-side.
So YO! Dig it! Dig yourself! Happy What a Day Day! Huzzah! Huzzah!

A1 'What A Day' Day
A2 Nice Things Are Great
B 'What A Day' Day (Why? Remix)


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A. I Have Been Wronged
B. I Have Been Wronged (Jesu remix)


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A1. The Very Busy Salesman
A2. Skeleton In Honey Tank
B. Box With Lynx On Lid


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A1. The Us Beneath
A2. Inflatable Ape Pt.1
A3. Inflatable Ape Pt.2
B1. 10th Avenue Freakout Pt.2
B2. Shdws/Scrns


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