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ColdBlooded



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEBGCOCxLgA

Hope you enjoy it as much as i did lol Question Question Question

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Blueberry
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aesop rock's one of my favorite rappers, labor days just blew my mind. top Exclamation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfN0sKlTgtQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSqmR8eZYJA&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rkf5H7J-S0&feature=related

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Nice i didn't think anybody else listened to the same music. lol
Nice to see that you understand what music is all about =)

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yeah, most people have probably never heard of him before.... Very Happy

i had the chance to see him live some years ago, was great. same evening featured c-rayz walz and louis logic. that gig was definetely worth it's money.

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wow, nice tune, like it from the first 10 secs Smile
I wonder he was never under ninjatune. Sounds a bit like coldcut themselves in the older days.

Well I bet I would never be addicted to Ninjatune if Monty didn´t have had their link in his sig Laughing Thx mate Exclamation

edit: if he would be a bit thicker, he would be stony Laughing
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actually the song was produced by blockhead, who is a ninjatune artist. Wink highly recommened btw! aesop is on defjux though.

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But you really have to admit that the 360-freeflap in the last part is a little like the first goskom-music by Raimond Flockhead and the early Clapmaster G. The latter one wrote "Hobble the Hooble", by the way, which was later published by Slack Sim feat. the "p00r NosTrils". But he changed the title to: "It is my job to do geeky talk here!". Rolling Eyes Cool

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triff you old fart. Laughing

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Well TriffiD, I just keep watching you on this and I still cant get the C minor in the fitfh part of Henri Dutilleux - Sur un Męme Accord - Nocturne for Violin and Orchestra... I gave it up
Crying or Very sad
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SauBaer wrote:

Well TriffiD, I just keep watching you on this and I still cant get the C minor in the fitfh part of Henri Dutilleux - Sur un Męme Accord - Nocturne for Violin and Orchestra... I gave it up
Crying or Very sad
I do not know Dutilleux very well (too modern), though I like to listen to Debussy sometimes. If it has to be modern (light) classic, I would recommend Aaron Copland.
I'm more interested in opera. This is my all time favourite DVD. It is breathtakingly good.
Rap is a kind of... well, all right: music, I simply cannot understand. I really do not get it at all.

Edit: Oh, hey wait! I can help. Very Happy
Throw away that nasty violin and try Cm on guitar. That is pretty easy:

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