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    wu tang forever also works within a certain late-90's ugliness that can be found in the matrix clothing and the video to prodigy's breathe.

    david fincher aesthetics but redeemed with a light afro-futurist tinge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    wu tang also works within a certain late-90's ugliness that can be found in the matrix clothing and the video to prodigy's breathe.

    david fincher aesthetics but redeemed with a light afro-futurist tinge.
    The Wu Tang Forever thing has been my party trick for 20 years, you didn't invent it.

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    I even made a case for 'Black Shampoo' somewhere in the archives.

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    i had no idea. that's wicked.

    i was all proud of it too, because i'd think to myself "that's one of those clever off-kilter opinions like craner would have"

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    I stopped offering it because I just kept getting brutally shut down by Luke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    I stopped offering it because I just kept getting brutally shut down by Luke.
    your his rival whereas i'm his apprentice. he battles you and nurtures me.

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    Luka: Jedi Master or Sith Lord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vimothy View Post
    I respect islamists

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    Aquemeni-era Andre 3000+ Nuclear War-era Sun Ra+Gil Scott-Heron+George Clinton= Kendrick Lamar


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    my dads favourite song



    this is my favourite shania twain. i like it that she forgoes a bloke with money and instead opts for a bloke who's a great shag. its nice to see a woman with proper morals.



    not sure about the rocket scientist bit though, not heard many woman lose their minds over science nerds (on the other hand they are keen to have an orgasm with mr tea).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    i can't think of another artist in the history of recorded music who carries more emotion in their voice than mavado. it exudes pathos. hauntingly tragic. the voice of anguish.
    lil baby's got a similar quality.


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    There's a particularly Jamacian thing though. I often think of it as hollowness, that you get with Mavado, and another example would be Winston Rodney. I don't think you get that particular register in the American soul tradition at all.

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    i've said (rather cleverly in my opinion) before that lil baby reminds me of tracy chapman.

    but listening back now he sounds like proper hick redneck. sounds like some one toothed bloke trying to get a lynching going.

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    my mum has this story from when she was living in squats in the 80's and there was this bloke beating up his girlfriend. my mum organised all the women from the squat and they all had rolling pins and knives and all that and they all knocked on the door and the bloke answered. she claims he left that night and he never came back.

    she tells that story with such joy. vigilantism is really appealing. its why we all love clint eastwood and batman.

    this is the soundtrack to joyous, righteous violence.


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    its like this


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