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    ok, fair enough, but barty also said that run the jewels is the only good rap music of the decade.


    "real hip hop" I believe was the term he used
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    he says its for pitchfork readers not proper rap guys like him.
    Where's Beagle when you need him?

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    I mentioned Tubby in the old school electro thread. Not that Keef sounds anything like Tubby but there's a willingness to really twist sonics that comes to mind. The Phil Spector Wall of Sound might be another classic muso comparison. Those dense into-the-red weed smoke thick layers of (over)production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyL View Post
    I mentioned Tubby in the old school electro thread. Not that Keef sounds anything like Tubby but there's a willingness to really twist sonics that comes to mind. The Phil Spector Wall of Sound might be another classic muso comparison. Those dense into-the-red weed smoke thick layers of (over)production.
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    Shared willingness to use firearms also

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    "Keef" and "Phil" both have four letters.

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    Earlier on today i was convinced but now I'm wondering if I'm half mad with flu and weed intake maybe it was all a dream
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    What was all a dream?

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    Back from the dead 2

    A work of genius
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    As soon as my friend said that negative thing I instantly started thinking wait what if I'm wrong maybe I was a fool god it DOES sound amateurish etc.

    Can't trust myself when I'm stoned I can like any old shit
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    You're going out on a limb whenever you refer to something as genius. It's a bold claim. It is really fucking good though.

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    how has this one not been posted yet?

    the irresistible hook. the weight of the low end, the forward momentum of the drums, the fantastical/innocent trance/zelda arp. pure-concentrate gamelan rap majesty. 'ho's goin bunkus'. capo's flow - 'you can't get no money, you dark, i do the glo, and - yeah, we cocky, arrogant, reggie man let em hammers spit'.
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    It says bless the lads and it means bless the lads.
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    i don't know, probably some marxist cultural theory or something
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    gabber terrorism is fun but not all the time, sometimes you gotta be sophisticated or sulky for the ladies.
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