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RUN THE ROAD

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by <KEY3>, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. <KEY3>

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    RUN THE ROAD

    Discussion started by <KEY3> - Apr 27, 2005

    get this album!

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    might as well check the website too

    amazon's review:
    • The underground buzz created by the likes of the Streets and Dizzee Rascal in America points to another seismic shift in popular music headed this way from the U.K. Like drum 'n' bass and trip-hop, grime is a sound that originated in London's urban housing project bedrooms and caught fire on the its influential pirate radio stations. Not quite hip-hop, not quite techno, and definitely not dancehall, but an aggressive hybrid of all the above, its leading lights get an introduction on this lovingly curated compilation by the folks at Vice. The lyrics are so deep in slang they might as well be in Cantonese and the beats are so pixilated they could have been made on a calculator watch, but tracks like Wonder & Plan B's "Cap Back" and Roll Deep's "Let It Out" display such raw, vital energy they feel the first steps of domestic wonders N.W.A. and Public Enemy. --Aidin Vaziri
    and let's not get into another UK / US debate.
    This is just for people who are feeling grimey, innit?




    hahaha... sneak is laughing at me right now!
     
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    deterrent - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    UK Crunk
     
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    sneak - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    haha, its wierd to see grime get such a review on a thing like amazon!

    did you get that lord of the mics i told you about?
    feel those tunes i sent agggess ago?
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    Yeah sneak, I've been looking for it.
    those tunes were nice and raw, more grit than this Album.
     
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    Home Time - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    Nice one key3, im downloading now ;)
     
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    Word, Run the Road is grimey.
     
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    This album has me searching high and low for shistey's shit...
     
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    She has her own album out you know. But what you really want to be on is D Double E, clearly the best MC on the scene right now.
     
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    word...my limewire is lackluster...
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Jun 14, 2005

    own it

    love it

    you will too


    can our uk breadbins put us up on grime releases us non-uk folks can hunt down? perhaps a website featuring all things grime?
     
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    that is an awesome idea....
     
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    MrJackDaniels - Replied Jun 14, 2005

    www.rwdmag.com

    website of a freebie magazine in the uk which covers grime well.

    1xtra radio is a good place to hear tunes. dj cameo i think is your man. i prefer semtex.
     
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    cheers jack
     
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    boogie hands - Replied Jun 15, 2005

    its alright key....you really could have said "boogie....dont respond to this or i will ban you." i would have understood. :king:
     
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