Ghostface says fake words, like sprinkle noodles
on your hembri...the fucks a hembri?
The Beatles & Pink Floyd
I got Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and The Dark Side of the Moon
"Reciting a biblical verse before I make your melon burst like that nigga Jules from Pulp Fiction...my salvation is salivation, and diction crucifixion" - Ras Kass
Hell yeah!!! Thats what I'm talkin about. Good music is good music.
on the subject - I just got Dead Prez_Let's get Free. I'm starting to find all these albums that I missed and they scream rebellion. Why is it not on??? I'm gonna try my hardest to get the proper ppl to start organizing shit. Its gonna be in music , movies , clothes , functions. Its gonna be like the underground railroad. We gotta have change. and now. I cant believe all this rebel music that I missed out on. It trips me out. Here I am talking about the same shit I have all my life that has been shot down by ppl that thought I was insane , and then I hear a record Like KP's "Heavy Mental" and I wonder why the hell ppl have thought I was comin crazy when mf's been talkin about it for years now.
The revolution is coming. Know that shit. Its in your music. Everything we need will be there like instuctions that the enemy cant see. Just wait.
Alan Parsons Project
"Parsons first came to prominence as a studio engineer for such albums as The Beatles' Abbey Road and Pink Floyd's iconic The Dark Side of the Moon. He was known for going beyond what would normally be considered the scope of a recording engineer's duties. He considered himself to be a recording director, likening his contribution to recordings to what Stanley Kubrick did on film." - wikipedia
The Doors and The Beatles.... I been listening to a lot of 80's rock lately as well....
The Cure, Depeche Mode....
ive been bumping king crimson lately anyone know about that? also some muddy waters
and i just heard a group called A Perfect Circle, well i saw the music video and i really liked the song.
it was christmas so the fam had house music on and frank sinatra...
lol i was about to recommend those Floyd albums, Animals is slept on also, I even like some of the post- Roger Waters shit but that mid-70s era is the best.
Check out some Kraftwerk:
Stereolab's also a favorite, on some 60s pop art psychedelic progressive rock with a bit of electro and krautrock
I've been getting into some other electronic music like bluetech also, he's got some good sonics going on
Oh yeah, Boards of Canada is crazy too, this is like electronic music that even someone who only listens to hiphop could still nod to.
REBIRTH Brass Band
from New Orleans
stelley dan and steve millerband.
stelley dan sings my all time fav song " do it again."
I never knew abracadabra and joker is sung by the same person.
The Flaming Lips
I just started getting deep into Funkadelic. It's amazing