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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Today on Line Out.

posted by on March 21 at 15:55 PM

Playing at Your House: Daft Punk Tickets on Sale Tomorrow.

Being There: Photos from SXSW.

Love Charts: Gabriel Teodros Tops CMJ Hiphop Chart.

Hiphop Kills: Some Beats Kill Songs.

Your Gramma Owns This One: Nick Gilder’s City Nights.

Help: Paul McCartney Signs To Starbucks’ Hear Music Label.

Cuatro: Four Things from the Mind of Trent Moorman.

Killing SXSW: Donte Parks’s Home Taping.

A Real Pain in the Ass: The Trashies’ Tour Diary.

Killing the Internet: A Realer Pain in the Ass.

Angel of Bit-Death: Slayer Remixed.

Backpacking It In: Jurassic 5 Break Up.

Sometimes: Everybody Cries.

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Hey charles On your posts about Hip Hop is dead nelly hoplds the smoking gun, and some beats kill songs.
That a interesting observation and it could set a whole new path for artists and how they will channel themselves inwardly a little more before they go outwardly with their art.
Same with Reggae. I like the old days when Djs and toasters mixed up there popular hits and found the artistic side and soul searching with roots rock and dubwise. I like Beenie Man but after him it just seemed to spiral out of control and the mystic side of Reggae sounds was replaced with the million dollar sound of get the money I dont care if the piano sounds out of tune such as the over produce sounds of Sean Pauls 'Girl you Sexy' jamz.
It seems everybodies got that fake souless vibe when all they do is talk about themselves as Rich greedy bastards and their car, money and girls. Sometimes I have to just pop those out the tape deck and scramble for a better sound boy Dj.
like "Gimme Gimme Dj Gimme Gimme Dj throw me a test Throw me a test,
Some of dem a worry some of dem a worry No me no fret no me no fret
Stop it a dj gwon said stop it a dj gwon
Don Dada a Don da da Dadd Don da da."
ahh thats better, not so grating on the ears.
Super Cat.
O me a test.

Posted by DreadLion | March 22, 2007 10:55 AM

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