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    If you haven't heard them i recommend the album "late nite cinema" one of the finest pieces of electronic music i have ever heard also "a heap of broken images" another amazing piece of music.

    Their shit is so balanced, mellow yet epic, fast yet slow, its really something special.

    Top 5

    1. Lord of our Vice

    2. Shoot you dead.

    3. Days are years

    4. Chloroform

    5. The era when we sang
    Bank heist in Kathmandu, it was a slaughter
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    I wrote some shit to Lord of Our Vice a couple yrs ago. Late Nite Cinema is one of the trippiest shit I've ever listened to.


    So many bodies on my microphone the shit's haunted

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    Late Nite Cinema is something else entirely.

    I tried to write some stuff to BSBD beats but i just end up sparking a j and getting captivated by it.
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    I love "Late night cinema" and "a heap of broken images" is reaallly dope, the vids you posted above are some of my favourites from those albums, plus these:





    and the "long division" song



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    Days Are Years is heroin.

    All their material is though really.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Bateman View Post
    Days Are Years is heroin.
    It really really is.

    I must have played that track at least 6 times a day during its apex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Bateman View Post
    Days Are Years is heroin.

    Yea thats my shit. When the vocalist sample hits near the end...shiiit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11th Chamber View Post
    Yea thats my shit. When the vocalist sample hits near the end...shiiit...
    co sign

    i even cut out like half the song so when i play it, it starts at that specific point ... best part of the song imo

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    i haven't really heard a beat from them that i didn't like, nor an album...with the exception of that "trip hop" shit slow burning lights. Holocaust and Hell Razah collabs were sick too. Im hoping they'll do something with KP one day
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    Yeah slow burning lights is a tricky one.

    My friend once called songs from that album rapist choons. hahah

    I checked out the singer and its weird she must be good friends with BSBD because her band is not very major at all, two or three bad quality, couple hundred view videos, thats about it.

    The Jean Grae Joints they did sound pretty tight aswell
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    blue sky black death, the safer cocaine.

    murder in broad daylight.
    Last edited by THE W; 12-25-2009 at 12:52 AM.
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    those 2 youngsters are THE most promising production team of the last ten years imo

    everything they try is pure magic

    even when you "just" listen to the intrumental versions of their collabo albums you get taken away to a whole new dimension

    "Late night cinema" is classic and the the title is just perfect: it's a magical soundtrack to be played in your car when you just feel like driving around all night .

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    They really are, i said it since the first time i heard these guys.

    To be honest i think their talking hip hop production to the next level.

    There pioneering some hot shit right about now.



    Fucking love it.....
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    Heroin for God is another dope one. What I like about their music is that it starts off small and minimalistic and by the end of the song it's like 20 different elements joined together to make one gigantic masterpiece. I feel like if you were to take each individual element by itself it wouldn't make sense but when you hear the finished product it's truly amazing.


    So many bodies on my microphone the shit's haunted

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    Quote Originally Posted by SID View Post
    Yeah slow burning lights is a tricky one.

    My friend once called songs from that album rapist choons. hahah

    I checked out the singer and its weird she must be good friends with BSBD because her band is not very major at all, two or three bad quality, couple hundred view videos, thats about it.
    I like that album tho.

    'Tokyo Underground' and 'Honestly' are wonderful when yer high


    I always felt the Tokyo track would potentially be a nice mainstream hit if it some how found a way to radio stations and such

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