- Hip Hop / Rap
- Beat Art
- Black Grooves
- Rock / Indie
- Exotic Grooves
- Pop & Various
- Print / Magazines
- Tapes & CDs
- Clothes / Merch
Vorkasse / Nachnahme
Pressung: US - Reissue
Zustand: Neu Vinyl: Cover: Experimental / Abstract + Hip Hop / Rap + Beat Art + Electronic + Rock / Indie + Classic Rock + Tapes & CDs + Tapes
Reissue - Limited Edition Tape / Cassette.
Energy without insight is monotonous. Insight without humor is preachy. Humor without frustration is toothless. Frustration without humanity is destructive. And humanity without energy is defeatist. If an album operates with the purpose of being a big noisy fuck-shit-up machine, missing just one of those elements can leave you with an overbearing mess, where every speaker-rattling burst of noise or cathartically screamed hook turns you back instead of getting you all riled up. Sacramento punk-rap outfit Death Grips are known for starting frothing mosh pits with a style that seems in keeping with the hardcore-meets-hip-hop confluence that first ran through skate culture a few decades back. Exmilitary, their free mixtape, is a bludgeoning slab of hostility that plays like both sides of a circa-1987 Cro-Mags b/w Just-Ice home tape bleeding through each other.
|A3.||Spread Eagle Cross The Block|
|A4.||Lord Of The Game||Mexican Girl|
|A5.||Takyon (Death Yon)|
|A6.||Cut Throat (Instrumental)|
|B3.||Thru The Walls|
|B4.||Known For It|
|B5.||I Want It I Need It (Death He...|
Lord of the Game (ft. Mexican Girl)
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