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Hiphop Vs Industrial Drones


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I love this record.. its one of the few hip hop albums that I have really liked on first play. I thought it was going to be a fairly generic album from the first few seconds.. and then this totally mad drone rock style backing kicked in.. a sound that fades in out out.. sometimes eclipses the vocals.

So, yeah... you should give them a go. I've never heard them mentioned around here, so maybe I'll be making a positive contribution to this style of music on rllmuk for once. :D

Here's "Distorted Prose", from absence:

http://s55.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2E3PZKT...JJ2FJUDLRDUJT5Y

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This sounds like dream stuff for me - will hve to check it out when I have money. I believe student loan kicks in about the 20th Jan so hopefully then.

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These guys are on Mike Patton's label, aren't they? I read a short interview with them months ago in Terrorizer. Apparently their name is pronounced 'Dialect'...

Yeah, Ipecac. Thats the pronounciation according to the label site, too.

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Well I'm liking the Distorted Prose track, really low slung and dirty. I don't think that Even Somber sounds that much different to be honest so I'm suprised anybody would like one but not the other. Prose is definately better IMO, I shall be keeping that one. Thanks scribble!

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