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Seriously, go wash your mouth out with soap.
Get off my lawn!!!
I'll pass due to a case of IDGAF
I'm about to head out for the show, I'll be back later to tell y'all how it went.
Brutal. Only word to describe it.
Watch this video.
Taken from the 2010 Blockhead album 'The Music Scene', more info at http://www.ninjatune.net/blockhead
Animated/Directed by Anthony F. Schepperd.
As in bad?
It was awesome, but the mosh pits were insane.
Probably one of my fav albums ever.
Though the abstract rappers finally betrayed a few commercial ambitions for Midnight Marauders, the happy result was a smart, hooky record that may not have furthered the jazz-rap fusions of The Low End Theory, but did merge Tribe-style intelligence and reflection with some of the most inviting grooves heard on any early-'90s rap record. The productions, more funky than jazzy, were tighter overall, but the big improvement, four years after their debut, came with Q-Tip's and Phife Dawg's raps. Focused yet funky, polished but raw, the duo was practically telepathic on "Steve Biko (Stir It Up)" and "The Chase, Pt. 2," though the mammoth track here was the pop hit "Award Tour." A worldwide call-out record with a killer riff and a great pair of individual raps from the pair, it assured that Midnight Marauders would become A Tribe Called Quest's biggest seller. The album didn't feature as many topical tracks as Tribe was known for, though the group did include an excellent, sympathetic commentary on the question of that word ("Sucka Nigga," with a key phrase: "being as we use it as a term of endearment"). Most of the time, A Tribe Called Quest was indulging in impeccably produced, next-generation games of the dozens ("We Can Get Down," "Oh My God," "Lyrics to Go"), but also took the time to illustrate sensitivity and spirituality ("God Lives Through"). A Tribe Called Quest's Midnight Marauders was commercially successful, artistically adept, and lyrically inventive; the album cemented their status as alternative rap's prime sound merchants, authors of the most original style since the Bomb Squad first exploded on wax.
Midnight Marauders in my opinion is one of the top-five best produced albums of all time - and I know its been said many times before but the drums are just delightful.
0:00 - Midnight Marauders Tour Guide, 0:46 - Steve Biko (Stir It Up), 3:57 - Award Tour, 7:44 - 8 Million Stories, 12:06 - Sucka Nigga, 16:11 - Midnight, 20:36 - We Can Get Down, 24:55 - Electric Relaxation, 28:59 - Clap Your Hands, 32:15 - Oh My God, 35:46 - Keep It Rollin', 38:52 - The Chase, Part II, 42:55 - Lyrics to Go, 47:04 - God Lives Through
Debbie, I miss you so much.
Final clip of her Out of the Blue concert (1988). Note the way she jumps, runs and dances, and still have the energy to sing like that. Awesome!
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