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    Much much younger than corpsey then. No wonder he's got a bit of a grudge against you. He's always saying stuff behind your back.

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    It's all that junk food and 1800s lit rotting his brain.

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    Default Waka Flocka- Bustin At Em (2010)

    Vocal Gabber. As crunchy as it is bouncy.

    Barked barrel bomb ballistics. BOW! BOW! BOW!

    Diabolic hedonism.

    The feverish dance of demons. The dark dungeons of the id.

    Cenobite music. A carnival of carnage. The Rabaa massacre.

    Rape. Murder. Itís just a shot away.


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    Waka dodging bullets like he's in The Matrix, but is he an agent or The One?

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    Default Vybz Kartel- No Wild Grain (2010)

    The bombast. The majesty. The grandeur.

    This is the sound of a man ascending to God status in real time. A man transforming Jamaican society in his image; his bleached pigmentation like the golden skins of the pharaohs.

    Dancehallís Erdogan.

    Dancehallís Putin.


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    Default Dimzy- Darkside (2010)

    The bourgeoning road lineage tipping its hat to its hardcore continuum predecessors. Rave-style cheeky sampling. MDMA cosmic diva vocals. But of course its just a faint echo. Just a fading memory.

    It was time to move on, the future was waiting.

    A future which 10 years on the UK still hasnít truly grasped.


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    Default Rick Ross- MC Hammer (2010)

    Back when men were men.

    Before Catilyn Jenner. Before Young Thug. Before Obama cried about gun control.

    Before snowflakes. Before avocadoes.

    Meat music. Coal worker music.

    Harvey Weinsteinís treadmill music.

    Grab Ďem by the pussy.

    MAGA!


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    Default Ill Blu- Blu Magic (2010)

    The hardcore continuumís humble farewell as it packed itís bags to move to the retirement home.

    It wasnít as fast as it used to be. Not as wild. Itís clickety clackety drums like brittle, arthritic knees bumping against one another.

    It was tired.

    But every now and then youíd catch a glimmer in the eye. A sparkle thatíd remind you of what it used to be.

    A zaney sine riff. A future woop. A rhythmic angularity. All of it captured in a knowing look.

    Hardcore. You know the score.


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    Default Vybz Kartel- Cake Soap (2010)

    More bombast. More majesty. More grandeur.

    Julius Caesar music.

    The Portmore Empire battle-hardened and triumphant, ready to conquer the world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    It was time to move on, the future was waiting. A future which 10 years on the UK still hasnít truly grasped.
    You able to expand on this a bit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    You able to expand on this a bit?
    jamaica and the us have made far more futuristic music this decade than the uk has.

    back in the 90's we were lightyears ahead of them.

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    What did you think was coming that didn't? Or was it something undefined and you just expected more?

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    Default Sneakbo- Ride Out (2010)

    Another female vocal, but this time its not a cosmic ecstasy diva. Itís thin. Feeble. Week and warbled. Itís mournful.

    A London at war with itself crying out for ĎSome Justiceí. A London no longer able to "live as one familyĒ.

    The end of the New Labour-era. The desolate age of austerity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    What did you think was coming that didn't? Or was it something undefined and you just expected more?
    i was only a teenager at the time, so i wasn't viewing music through an innovation paradigm yet. i wasn't really thinking in those terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    i was only a teenager at the time, so i wasn't viewing music through an innovation paradigm yet. i wasn't really thinking in those terms.
    Looking back, where do you think it could have gone?

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