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maxin in the shade wrote:
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maxin in the shade wrote:Mr Kane - Straight How You Want It

West Coast hip-hop with a funk edge
Mr Kane as in Kokane of Above The Law fame? I haven't heard his recent stuff since he went all spiritual, but the old ATL stuff is classic... "Murder Rap" is nuts :twisted:
Yeah thats the one!
finally someone who knows what im talking about!!

he hasnt gone that spiritual. check out his two latest albums 'Take it Back To tha Clap' and 'Painkillerz' (both released last year)

Funk Upon a Rhyme is a straight classic IMO. And Above The Law are crazy aswell...............Cold187um is a great producer
'Funk Upon A Rhyme' is quality in it's own way, so different to any other album I've come accross. I heard various Kokane features on other albums in the new millenium and none have impressed me, but I'll look into those titles you mentioned.

You into K Rino? (http://www.myspace.com/spckrino)
He's coming to Adelaide in May this year, definitely an underground hip hop gig not to be missed. :twisted:

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parkway drive - smoke em if ya got em

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EMVEE wrote:
maxin in the shade wrote:
EMVEE wrote:
maxin in the shade wrote:Mr Kane - Straight How You Want It

West Coast hip-hop with a funk edge
Mr Kane as in Kokane of Above The Law fame? I haven't heard his recent stuff since he went all spiritual, but the old ATL stuff is classic... "Murder Rap" is nuts :twisted:
Yeah thats the one!
finally someone who knows what im talking about!!

he hasnt gone that spiritual. check out his two latest albums 'Take it Back To tha Clap' and 'Painkillerz' (both released last year)

Funk Upon a Rhyme is a straight classic IMO. And Above The Law are crazy aswell...............Cold187um is a great producer
'Funk Upon A Rhyme' is quality in it's own way, so different to any other album I've come accross. I heard various Kokane features on other albums in the new millenium and none have impressed me, but I'll look into those titles you mentioned.
Don’t worry about the kokane features. He does a lot of those and hes mostly just singing the hooks. he had a few on a Snoop album a few years back

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Warren G (feat George Clinton) - Speed Dreamin

ive been in a West Coast hip-hop mood lately
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Madness 8)
Old but good, don't care what u say 8)

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Korn - MTV Unplugged

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:P

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atm i got some Slipknot playing (The Blister Exists)
Metallica are also quality...can't wait for the new album
Rammstein are awesome live....just look up Feuer Frei! on Youtube
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Haystak - Crackavelli

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Bisous Bisous 2 - Freeform five. Nice little mix disc.
Ive been giving The Cures greatest hits a run in the car ATM, also Speak & Spell by Depeche Mode. 80's synth tunes are classic.
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bigazz wrote:tool - best live gig ever due back in nov/dec as announced by maynard. sound quality was unbeatable.
best live gig ever, what about RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 95 at big day out when they sang KILLING IN THE NAME and had 60,000 people jumping in unisen?????? that would have to be the best live gig ever.

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paul merson wrote:Bisous Bisous 2 - Freeform five. Nice little mix disc.
Ive been giving The Cures greatest hits a run in the car ATM, also Speak & Spell by Depeche Mode. 80's synth tunes are classic.
nothing wrong with a little synth pop paul!

i dont mind some Cure either. Drowning Man is one of my favourite tunes (not sure if its on the greatest hits CD though)

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Just found my old Nirvana CD's, listening to Unplugged in NY on the ipod atm... got to love Lake of Fire! its been on repeat :D
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Just going through Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil. Great album it is.
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Grim_Reaper wrote:
bigazz wrote:tool - best live gig ever due back in nov/dec as announced by maynard. sound quality was unbeatable.
best live gig ever, what about RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 95 at big day out when they sang KILLING IN THE NAME and had 60,000 people jumping in unisen?????? that would have to be the best live gig ever.
Battle of mexico dvd goes off!
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Pink Floyd ATM, I just needed to chill 8)

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Tech N9ne - Anghellic
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The Casanovas...

Good aussie band imo
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paul merson wrote:
Grim_Reaper wrote:
bigazz wrote:tool - best live gig ever due back in nov/dec as announced by maynard. sound quality was unbeatable.
best live gig ever, what about RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 95 at big day out when they sang KILLING IN THE NAME and had 60,000 people jumping in unisen?????? that would have to be the best live gig ever.
Battle of mexico dvd goes off!
now that audioslave have called it quits, RATM should look at reforming

with the state of the world the way it is, we need a band like that to come back and send its message out again

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maxin in the shade wrote:
paul merson wrote:
Grim_Reaper wrote:
bigazz wrote:tool - best live gig ever due back in nov/dec as announced by maynard. sound quality was unbeatable.
best live gig ever, what about RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 95 at big day out when they sang KILLING IN THE NAME and had 60,000 people jumping in unisen?????? that would have to be the best live gig ever.
Battle of mexico dvd goes off!
now that audioslave have called it quits, RATM should look at reforming

with the state of the world the way it is, we need a band like that to come back and send its message out again
Already have i think......
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At the Drve In
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bigazz wrote:
maxin in the shade wrote:
paul merson wrote:
Grim_Reaper wrote:
bigazz wrote:tool - best live gig ever due back in nov/dec as announced by maynard. sound quality was unbeatable.
best live gig ever, what about RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 95 at big day out when they sang KILLING IN THE NAME and had 60,000 people jumping in unisen?????? that would have to be the best live gig ever.
Battle of mexico dvd goes off!
now that audioslave have called it quits, RATM should look at reforming

with the state of the world the way it is, we need a band like that to come back and send its message out again
Already have i think......
good news............but is that just a rumour?
the guys from RATM didnt seem to suit Audioslave IMO.

look forward to any new releases that might be coming

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I liked Audioslave a lot. loved the song like a stone

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Tool are god best band in world buterflyefect not bad check them out they rock.
I WILL FIND A CENTER IN YOU I WILL CHEW IT UP AND LEAVE, TRUST IN ME IF ALL IS WELL

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my band is the best in the world it is called Valentino Pride... I am the lead singer and i am not tooting my own horn but i am good

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Nine Inch Nails - Good Soldier

off the new album 'Year Zero'. great song.

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the sounds of people typing and pressing buttons on their calculators.
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Natassa Theodoridou live at Votaniko.
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The Killers

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