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RJD2- deadringer

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by TEARZ, Feb 3, 2003.

  1. TEARZ

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    RJD2- deadringer

    Discussion started by TEARZ - Feb 3, 2003

    i've had it for a while, but gave it my first concentrated spin last night while cleaning my room. and it's nothing short of beautiful. some might say it's key.
     
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    post. - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    It's soooo good! rjd2 makes copywrite sound good! imagine that.

    the secret track is so nice!
     
  3. BROWNer

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    BROWNer - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    haven't heard it, but if its 'key', it must be worth a peeper...
     
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    railroadjerk - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    its good shit. from banging ass songs like "the horror" to laid back almost oldschool rnb stuff like "here's whats left" its fresh as FUCK.
     
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    it is key... but in my general circle of friends.. its been in too heavy rotation.. so people.. refuse to listen to it..

    but honestly.. classic.. im waiting for a full instrumental album btween el-p, nasa, blockhead and rjd2... thats clutch...

    -bob
     
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    BeetNIK - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    "people are calling him the next DJ Shadow.........I dont know about that, hes good, but i dont know about that"

    -Deck Master D


    I think the album is key as well i love it and have been listenig to it ever since i got my free copy ( had to rub that in) I suggest anybody drop the cheeze on it for sure




    BT
     
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    Dyptheria - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    rjd2 doesn't even come close to shadow. deadringer is a pretty good album, but there's some bad MCs on there. get rid of the rapping and the album will be good. nowhere nearly as genius as the private press, but its still a decent album.
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    browner,
    thinking about it now, this is probably the hip hop record that i was going to recommend that you check out. i forsee you liking it.

    bob, excellent use of 'key' and its variant, 'clutch.' you the man, homie.

    ok, i gotta get back to writing grants now.
     
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    cultural me - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    dope cd. best intrumental out in a looooong time. 110% dope.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    homey, so far so good..
    i dl'ed a couple of tasty nuggets...i'm highly diggin'
    "here's whats left"..

    i think i might be the only person to have not dig, dug, or
    dag mr. shadow...i dunno........probly haven't heard enough maybe..
    i'm pretty trusting of my intuition and i've never felt like seeking
    his sound out...
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    ps-..i heard a hall & oates song today at work, "i can't go for that":dazed:,
    and the whole intro of that song up until he starts singing is fresh shit..i
    just dl-ed that pup..somebody must have used that intro as a sample
    and rapped over it i wonder.....
     
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    cultural me - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    me too man, i dont like el shadow. no bueno.
     
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    cultural me - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    oh, by the way. RjD2 is fuckin harsh live. i saw him on the revenge of the robots tour. although fakts one was better live but i think thats cause rjd2 is more abstract. kinda like how del shows are more fun then a el-p show, such as revenge of the robots tour.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    "here's whats left"..

    this song is fucking amazing.
     
  15. 455

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    455 - Replied Feb 3, 2003

    yes it is....and that album in genaral...

    I'm feeling the instrumental versions of Prime-"Madman"
    Da Bush Babees-"We Run Things"
    All Natural-"It's O.K."
    Natural Elements-"Bust Mine"
    and Grand Daddy I.U.-"Represent"