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I really like the album so far -- not as much as I liked the last Girls album, but this is definitely a good one. I don't think there is a song that I don't like, but nothing that is really sticking out as a favorite.
I like the horns on track 2, kind of a cool change of pace.
Was going to ask you guys about his solo album. I kinda like the different sound in this single. I will have to give this a listen.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Q-Tip looping a beat with a needle drop, just sick.
he gets really into it at around 1:45 mark
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I have had Aja on the record player for a while now. One of my favorites.
Also one of the best episodes of classic albums
Fagen's entire commentary on Black Cow is great
It's definitely good, I like it a lot right now... it's stripped down and a different mood than the last Girls album for sure. He almost has an Elliott Smith thing going on which is some high praise from me.
Really short album though, under 30 mins.
Did anybody get the A$AP Rocky album? I'm liking it... reminds me of some old "Murder was the Case" era snoop at times.
This track gives a head nod to an old C-Murder and Snoop Dogg track that I remember from when I was like 10 or something like that
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Haven't been able to get this song out of my head all week:
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They have a nice glassy guitar tone going
Definitely good music to chill to.
I like it a lot. I just thought there was going to be some kind of extra track because he pushed back the "official release date" after it got unofficially released late last year.
I guess he just wanted it to be a 2013 release.
good stuff cordell
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth - They reminisce over you
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Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth were an influential rap group from Mount Vernon, New York. They made their debut in the rap world with their 1991 EP, All Souled Out. It sold moderately well enough to justify Elektra Records clearing the way for 1992's Mecca and the Soul Brother LP.
As a producer, DJ Pete Rock (Peter Phillips) tended to prefer obscure soul and jazz sides for sample sources, frequently making use of horn-driven hooks. Lead vocalist CL Smooth (Corey Penn) tended to be philosophical in his raps, and he mostly avoided profanity. Their signature hit was They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.), a dirge for fallen friends--namely Troy "Trouble T-Roy" Dixon, a member of Heavy D & The Boyz, who died in 1990.
1994's The Main Ingredient was the follow up, and they appeared on a string of guest appearances for remixes, soundtracks, and other works. Public Enemy, EPMD, Heavy D and Johnny Gill were among the artists they collaborated with, and they can also claim credit for producing (and performing on) Run-DMCs 1993 comeback single 'Down with the King'. Despite all this, the duo failed to go gold on any of their own releases.
Separating in 1995 (shortly after a well-received Sprite TV commercial), they eventually reunited on a handful of cuts from Pete Rocks solo recordings: Soul Survivor (1998), PeteStrumentals (2001) and Soul Survivor II (2004). They also went on a brief reunion tour as a warm up for their then-anticipated new album, which ended with a show at London's famous Jazz Cafe. Despite these intermittent collaborations, the pair has exchanged dismissive comments toward each other in separate interviews, disavowing plans for a full-fledged reunion.
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Japandroids - Younger us
"Younger Us" appears on Japandroids' full-length album, Celebration Rock, as well as the Younger Us 7".
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Cage the elephant - Shake me down
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NWA - Appetite for destruction
N.W.A. (Niggaz with Attitude) was a Compton, California-based hip hop group widely considered one of the seminal acts of the gangsta rap sub-genre. Active from 1986 to 1991, the group endured controversy due to the explicit nature of their lyrics. They were subsequently banned from many mainstream U.S. radio stations and even at times prevented from touring - yet the group has still sold over 9 million units in the U.S. alone. Their second album, Straight Outta Compton, marked the beginning of the new gangsta rap era as the production and the social commentary in their lyrics were revolutionary within the genre. Rolling Stone ranked N.W.A. eighty-third on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time".Although largely unknown at the group's inception, rappers Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, MC Ren, and The D.O.C. would all go on to be platinum-selling stars as solo artists.
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