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Youth Is Yours ~ Lexicon
Youth Is Yours ~ Lexicon
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lexicon - Youth Is Yours, 12 July 2010
In the 2004 hit stoner comedy "Harold and Kumar go to White Castle", the young and reluctant Harold Lee drives home from his job to start his weekend of unpredictable mayhem with his best friend Kumar. Blasting out of his stereo as he drives is the chorus "You Gotta Rock to the rhythm with em got to give it to em, got to give a lot more than the minimum" - it is one of the many highlights on the sophomore Lexicon record "Youth Is Yours", and perhaps its most anthemic. It is a simple chorus, infectious from its sleazy intro and the charismatic rapping that made 'It's The L' a wildly addictive listen. All the additive elements are back throughout this second release, accompanied by a… Read more
Black Sands ~ Bonobo
Black Sands ~ Bonobo
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bonobo - Black Sands, 12 July 2010
A One minute introduction comprising of stringed instruments and pianos opens Black Sands to a neo-Japanese aesthetic. The gradual, dark melody builds and reaches its climax, and the following track 'Kiara' properly kicks off the album with a focused and rhythmic bassline. Bonobo's latest record of lounge is a distinct improvement upon its predecessors as far as song structure (a vastly underappreciated quality in lounge music) is concerned. 'Kong' plays out similarly to 'Kiara', albeit employing electronic sounds rather than bass to compose the melody. The album's sole guest vocalist Andreya Triana adds subtle vocals into three of the album's tracks - her voice acts as another… Read more
Fun With Dumb [Explicit] <a href="">Dumbfoundead</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Fun With Dumb [Explicit] Dumbfoundead MP3 Download
Korean-American rapper Jonathan Park is no stranger to poking fun at himself, others and life in general. If you have ever been lucky enough to watch his string of convincing performances for the Grind Time and King of the Dot battle circuits then you will already have an appreciation for his comic timing, musings and observations. He has a flair for illuminating the littlest of details and expanding them into full blown comical interludes; this is the basis for the content of his full length debut, appropriately titled 'Fun With Dumb'.

The anecdotes that comprise the bulk of the lyrics on this record are concentrated on women, music and relationships as told from a 22 year… Read more