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Dirty Dike-The Sloshpot-CDEP-FLAC-2013-FORSAKEN

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Dirty Dike-The Sloshpot-CDEP-FLAC-2013-FORSAKEN

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Artist : Dirty Dike
Album : The Sloshpot
Label : High Focus Records
Genre : Hip-Hop
Source : CDEP
Street Date : 2013-01-12
Quality : 761 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 227.60 MB
Time : 39:47 min
Url : http://www.high-focus.com

1. Consequences 3:36
2. Plenty More Piss In The Toilet 4:51
3. Fuckpig Sloshpots Feat. Ronnie Bosh 2:56
4. Teeth Feat. Jam Baxter And Ronnie Bosh 4:15
5. All Things Considered 2:46
6. Consequences (Instrumental) 3:36
7. Plenty More Piss In The Toilet (Instrumental) 4:50
8. Fuckpig Sloshpots (Instrumental) 2:55
9. Teeth (Instrumental) 4:14
10. All Things Considered (Instrumental) 2:46
11. Rant (Bonus Track) 3:02

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Dialect And Despair-Self Evident-CD-FLAC-2012-FORSAKEN

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Dialect And Despair-Self Evident-CD-FLAC-2012-FORSAKEN

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Artist : Dialect And Despair
Album : Self Evident
Label : Obese Records
Genre : Hip-Hop
Source : CD
Street Date : 2012-10-31
Quality : 884 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 381.21 MB
Time : 57:13 min
Url : http://www.obeserecords.com

1. New Testament Feat. Total Eclipse 3:26
2. Bottom Line 2:49
3. Complex Feat. Beneficence 3:06
4. Neva 3:02
5. Self Evident 3:24
6. Low Pro Feat. Melanie Rutherford 3:21
7. Kasparov 2:45
8. What Can I Say Feat. Melanin 9 2:56
9. Affiliates Feat. S.I.T.H 3:07
10. Top Status 4:04
11. Toxic 2:43
12. No Maybe Feat. Melanie Rutherford 3:37
13. Partying Axe 4:12
14. Legitimate 3:07
15. S.A.B.X Feat. Majestic Gage And D Flow 4:43
16. Planetary Rule 3:22
17. Black Swan Feat. Vordul Mega 3:29

Self Evident is the second album from MC and Producer combo
Dialect And Despair.
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One Day-Mainline-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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One Day-Mainline-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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Artist : One Day
Album : Mainline
Label : Sony Music
Genre : Hip-Hop
Source : CD
Street Date : 2014-08-01
Quality : 920 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 383.21 MB
Time : 54:33 min
Url : http://www.onedayers.net

1. Many Hands 5:07
2. To The Beat 4:15
3. Love Me Less 4:07
4. Better (Interlude) 1:17
5. Mainline 3:23
6. Gecko Trip (Interlude) 1:16
7. S.D.R.O 3:44
8. Downtown Money Waster 2:20
9. Spin The Bottle 4:13
10. Cab Ride 5:20
11. Cloudstreet 5:45
12. Milka 3:51
13. Leave Your Windows Open 4:45
14. History 5:10

‘Mainline’ is the highly-anticipated debut album from One Day,
the Sydney-based Hip-Hop collective comprising Horrorshow, Spit
Syndicate, Joyride And Jackie Onassis.

Founded in 2006, the crew is built on personal history, its
members having been friends since high school, and have been
touring together and running their monthly Sunday block party
‘One Day Sundays’ for a long time.

Now for the first time they are releasing an official
collaborative album.
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Mayday X Murs-Mursday-CD-FLAC-2014-FATHEAD

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Mayday X Murs-Mursday-CD-FLAC-2014-FATHEAD

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ARTIST: Mayday X Murs
TITLE: Mursday
LABEL: STRANGE MUSIC
GENRE: Hip-Hop
SOURCE: CD
ENCODER: FLAC 1.2.1
BITRATE: 898kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 55min total
RELEASE DATE: 2014-06-10
RIP DATE: 2014-09-05
CATALOG: SMI-555

Track List:

1. Intro 0:58
2. Tabletops 2:46
3. Zones 3:30
4. My Own Parade 3:30
5. New Toys (Hey Love) 3:23
6. Brand New Get Up 4:18
7. You Again 4:57
8. Serge’s Song 2:45
9. Beast out the Box 4:59
10.Bitcoin Beezy 3:44
11.Here 3:41
12.New Years Day 4:56
13.Spiked Punch 3:02
14.Outro 3:09
15.Fools Gold 3:08
16.Give You My All 3:11

http://https://www.strangemusicinc.net/presales/mm/mursday/
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Hilltop Hoods-Walking Under Stars-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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Hilltop Hoods-Walking Under Stars-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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Artist : Hilltop Hoods
Album : Walking Under Stars
Label : Golden Era Records
Genre : Hip-Hop
Source : CD
Street Date : 2014-08-08
Quality : 842 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 315.91 MB
Time : 49:53 min
Url : http://www.hilltophoods.com

1. The Thirst Pt. 4 Feat. Aaradhna 3:02
2. Walking Under Stars 3:44
3. Cosby Sweater 3:37
4. The Art of The Handshake 3:39
5. Live and Let Go Feat. Maverick Sabre And Brother Ali 4:45
6. Pyramid Building 3:23
7. Through The Dark 4:37
8. Won’t Let you Down Feat. Maverick Sabre 4:27
9. Rumlbe, Young Man, Rumble Feat. Dan Sultan 4:04
10. Brainbox Feat. Drapht 4:21
11. I’m a Ghost 4:23
12. The Thirst Pt. 5 Feat. Aaradhna 2:09
13. The Art of The Handshake (Plutonic Lab Remix) 3:42

The Hilltop Hoods make their highly anticipated return with their
brand new album ‘Walking Under Stars’.

Set to drop through their own label Golden Era Records this is
their first album since 2012′s ‘Drinking From the Sun’, an album
that changed the game, becoming the groups third consecutive
number 1 album which went gold on the day of its release and
certified platinum within one week.
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360-Utopia-Deluxe Edition-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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360-Utopia-Deluxe Edition-CD-FLAC-2014-FORSAKEN

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Artist : 360
Album : Utopia
Label : EMI
Genre : Hip-Hop
Source : CD
Street Date : 2014-06-13
Quality : 986 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 514.41 MB
Time : 69:24 min
Url : http://www.www.360music.com.au

1. Still Rap 3:57
2. You And I 3:46
3. Live It Up Feat. Pez 3:48
4. Man On The Moon 4:41
5. Purple Waterfall Feat. Daniel Johns 4:03
6. Price of Fame Feat. Gossling 3:36
7. Must Come Down Feat. Pez 4:09
8. Speed Limit 2:56
9. Early Warning Feat. Chris Cheney 4:31
10. Sixavelli Feat. Lunar C 3:49
11. Eddie Jones Feat. Miracle 4:10
12. Spiral Down 4:13
13. By All Means 4:54
14. It’s All About to End Feat. Daniel Johns 5:34
15. Break The Rules (Bonus Track) 4:05
16. Tell These Bitches (Bonus Track) 3:08
17. Impossible Feat. Daniel Johns (Bonus Track) 4:04

360′s Utopia is a finely crafted, very precise and passionate
album, largely about the twin-edges of fame. About the perils of
flying too high, about vulnerability and self-esteem, while also
showcasing an evolving maturity and progression.
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OutKast – Studio Album Discography (1994-2006) [FLAC]

OutKast – Studio Album Discography (1994-2006) [FLAC]
flac – lossless | 4.34 GB | Hip-hop

OutKast’s blend of gritty Southern soul, fluid raps, and the low-slung funk of their Organized Noize production crew epitomized the Atlanta wing of hip-hop’s rising force, the Dirty South, during the mid to late ’90s. Along with Goodie Mob, OutKast took Southern hip-hop in bold and innovative directions: less reliance on aggression, more positivity and melody, thicker arrangements, and intricate lyrics. After Dré and Big Boi hit number one on the rap charts with their first single, “Player’s Ball,” the duo embarked on a run of platinum albums spiked with several hit singles, enjoying numerous critical accolades in addition to their commercial success.

André Benjamin (Dré) and Antwan Patton (Big Boi) attended the same high school in the Atlanta borough of East Point, and several lyrical battles made each gain respect for the other’s skills. They formed OutKast and were pursued by Organized Noize Productions, hitmakers for TLC and Xscape. Signed to Antonio “L.A.” Reid and Babyface’s local LaFace label just after high school, OutKast recorded and released “Player’s Ball,” then watched the single rise to number one on the rap chart. It slipped from the top spot only after six weeks, was certified gold, and created a buzz for a full-length release. That album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, hit the Top 20 in 1994 and was certified platinum by the end of the year. Dré and Big Boi also won Best New Rap Group of the Year at the 1995 Source Awards.

OutKast returned with a new album in 1996, releasing ATLiens that August; it hit number two and went platinum with help from the gold-selling single “Elevators (Me & You)” (number 12 pop, number one rap), as well as the Top 40 title track. Aquemini followed in 1998, also hitting number two and going double platinum. There were no huge hit singles this time around, but critics lavishly praised the album’s unified, progressive vision, hailing it as a great leap forward and including it on many year-end polls. Unfortunately, in a somewhat bizarre turn of events, OutKast was sued over the album’s lead single, “Rosa Parks,” by none other than the civil rights pioneer herself, who claimed that the group had unlawfully appropriated her name to promote their music, also objecting to some of the song’s language. The initial court decision dismissed the suit in late 1999. (The Supreme Court later allowed the lawsuit to proceed; the two parties eventually reached a settlement.)

Dré modified his name to André 3000 before the group issued its hotly anticipated fourth album, Stankonia, in late 2000. Riding the momentum of uniformly excellent reviews and the stellar singles “B.O.B.” and “Ms. Jackson,” Stankonia debuted at number two and went triple platinum in just a few months; meanwhile, “Ms. Jackson” became their first number one pop single the following February. Both of those major singles and most of the album material — all but three contributions from Organized Noize, in fact — were produced by a trio dubbed Earthtone III (aka André 3000, Big Boi, and David “Mr. DJ” Sheats).

2003′s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album, debuted at number one and spawned a pair of number one singles: the Dré-fronted “Hey Ya” and the Big Boi-fronted “The Way You Move.” Speakerboxxx, more true to OutKast’s past, could have been issued as a Big Boi solo album, while The Love Below, a diverse and playful affair, could have been an André 3000 release. Regardless of its dual nature, the set won the 2004 Grammy for Album of the Year. As breakup rumors continued to swirl, the duo returned with the feature film Idlewild — a musical set in the Prohibition-era South — and an extremely eclectic soundtrack billed as a proper OutKast album. Big Boi issued a solo album, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty in 2010, while André 3000 produced and/or appeared on a series of tracks by the likes of John Legend (“Green Light”), Beyoncé (“Party”), Lloyd (“Dedication to My Ex [Miss That]),” and Young Jeezy (“I Do”).

1. Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (1994)
2. ATLiens (1996)
3. Aquemini (1998)
4. Stankonia (2000)
5. Big Boi and Dre Present… OutKast (2001)
6. Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (2003)
7. Idlewild (2006)

Plus: Big Boi – Studio Discography 2010-2012

1. Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (2010)
2. Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors (2012)

Album artwork and audiochecker logs are included. Enjoy!!!!

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Shabazz Palaces-Lese Majesty-CD-FLAC-2014-k4

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Shabazz Palaces-Lese Majesty-CD-FLAC-2014-k4

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a r t i s t :: Shabazz Palaces
t i t l e :: Lese Majesty
d a t e :: 2014-00-00
l a b e l :: Sub Pop
g e n r e :: Hip-Hop
s o u r c e :: CD
b i t r a t e :: 841 kbps avg
e n c o d e r :: FLAC 1.2.1 -8 -V
t r a c k s :: 18
p l a y t i m e :: 44:53
s i z e :: 276.1MB

tracklist

1 Dawn In Luxor 3:56
2 Forerunner Foray 3:48
3 They Come In Gold 3:22
4 Solemn Swears 1:32
5 Harem Aria 1:58
6 Noetic Noiromantics 1:35
7 The Ballad Of Lt. Maj. Winnings 1:42
8 Soundview 0:40
9 Ishmael 4:35
10 …Down 155th In The MCM Snorkel 2:12
11 Divine Of Form 0:39
12 #Cake 4:02
13 Colluding Oligarchs 2:09
14 Suspicion Of A Shape 1:41
15 Mindglitch Keytar TM Theme 1:22
16 Motion Sickness 3:49
17 New Black Wave 3:43
18 Sonic Mythmap For The Trip Back 2:08

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Shabazz Palaces’ Sub Pop debut Black Up breathed indelible soul into the
Seattle duo’s formidable style, an assemblage of chaotic grooves that spun
out, pivoted on a crafty turn, and hightailed it home along the back roads.
The 2011 album cut former Digable Planets member Ishmael Butler’s opaque
mysticism loose on a palette of intricate, dreamy soundscapes provided by
resident producer Tendai Maraire, sacrificing traditional songwriting
conventions like verses and choruses to sojourn to rap’s frayed edges. Ish’s
musings on love resonated in their leveraging of heady imagery with wizened
world-weariness; his songs triumphed in their arrangement of familiar ideas
into peculiar shapes.

Rather than mining Black Up’s fertile retrofuturist boom-bap further, the
group have since decamped to parts unknown. The duo’s latest album Lese
Majesty boasts 18 songs grouped into seven suites, with a subtle science
fiction theme. If that sounds a bit Close to the Edge, get used to it. Lese
Majesty aims to free the group’s songwriting apparatus from its trademark
purposefulness, to chart a course that zags where earlier work zoomed. While
the opening suite “The Phasing Shift” leads with three straight cuts in the
spirit and form of Black Up, the record doesn’t stay in one place for long.
From the moment “They Come in Gold” fades into the undulating drone of “Solemn
Swears”, it’s clear that, for the duo, space is the place.

The “Touch & Agree” suite is a good primer for what to expect from Lese
Majesty. “Solemn Swears” builds on a bed of synth pulses and a playful riff
from Ish before collapsing into “Harem Aria”, a disorienting romp whose upbeat
never hits where it’s supposed to. “Harem” becomes “Noetic Noiromantics”,
which peels a few layers back to tease a hook out of the maelstrom only to
dissipate as quickly as it congealed. Lese’s individual tracks aren’t so much
songs as ramshackle ideas subject to crumble or explode into something
unfamiliar at a moment’s notice. The passage through these movements feels
like an itinerant drift, a conscious rejection of the methodical drive of its
predecessor.
Lese’s moves aren’t always subtle, though; the album gets shiftier as it
progresses, dispensing with the comfort of thematic unity. The run from
“#CAKE” to “Mind Glitch Keytar Theme” flies through tribal drum vamps, Miami
bass, horror soundtrack synths, and a frayed 190 BPM house workout in just a
few minutes, ramping up the intensity before easing off it with the album
closing chillout suite “Murkings on the Oxblood Starway”. This is a producer’s
album, constructed to showcase a versatile sound architecture the same way
Black Up highlighted Ish’s way with words.

Sometimes that means Ish’s vocals are a tool in the production arsenal,
distorted and distended rhythmic elements instead of guiding points. In Lese’s
more erratic passages, Ish is content to toy around with an intriguing turn of
phrase instead of unfurling the impressionistic poetry that electrified Black
Up, but that doesn’t mean this is just an assortment of chants and sketches;
Ishmael’s showcases are a grounding force for a body of songs fixated on the
cosmos.

“Lse-majest” is a capital crime in stricter monarchic societies that loosely
translates to “the offending of royalty.” It’s an appropriate title for the
network of verses Ishmael presents here, which glibly taunt the kings of the
modern rap mainstream for slacking on the job. Questioned about Shabazz
Palaces’ overarching purpose in a recent NPR interview, Ish retorted, “Make no
mistake, this is an attack,” and cuts like “Suspicion of a Shape” (“All you
guys are quantized”) and “…down 155th in the MCM Snorkel” (“The type of MC
you’d be back then is ‘sucka’”) are rife with bile for feted lesser talents.

Similar to recent albums by the Roots and Common, Lese Majesty is an
Armageddon-esque suicide mission to crash into rap’s consciousness in hopes of
tipping it away from a dangerous path. While its peers have set about their
objectives this year with a staunch, unblinking seriousness of purpose, Ish is
more forgiving. The Rucker reminiscence “…down 155th in the MCM Snorkel”
recalls the days of doorknocker earrings, Dapper Dan suits, and fair ones
without pining for a time machine or hawking staid old school invective. These
aren’t condescending “Real Hip-Hop” platitudes: this is a call to arms for
hip-hop’s creative fringe to snatch the reins from a power structure more
interested in self-preservation than the advancement of the culture. The soul
of Shabazz Palaces is pairing next-gen sounds with classic brass-tacks
show-and-prove emceeing, and Lese Majesty tugs those extremes as far as
they’ve ever been pulled; that it never shows signs of wear speaks to the
strength of the bond.

http://www.shabazzpalaces.com
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Graham Obrien-Live Drums-CD-FLAC-2010-FATHEAD

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ARTIST: Graham O’Brien
TITLE: Live Drums
LABEL: NOECHO Records
GENRE: Hip-Hop
SOURCE: CD
ENCODER: FLAC 1.2.1
BITRATE: 845kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 38min total
RELEASE DATE: 2010-11-27
RIP DATE: 2014-08-31
CATALOG: N/A

Track List:

1. You Were Ouraged 0:47
2. GodKing 2:31
3. CFCs Feat. Alicia Wiley & Eric 4:02
Blair
4. White Toys/Car Show 3:01
5. Recycle Maker Feat. Kristoff 4:03
Krane
6. Northeast In 1:09
7. Foxhole 3:10
8. First Rule Feat. DVS Jackson 2:15
9. Guthrie 1:57
10.Gun Williams 1:54
11.Pie Tins/A Million A Thousand 3:41
12.Query Feat. Kristoff Krane 2:38
13.I’m Speeding UP and You’re 2:28
Slowing Down Feat. Big Bruce
14.Lockbond 1:04
15.Wolves in Milwaukee Remix 3:41
Feat. Adam Sec & No Bird Sing

http://grahamobrien.bandcamp.com/
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VA-Juice Vol. 161-DE MAG-CD-FLAC-2014-BOCKSCAR

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VA-Juice Vol. 161-DE MAG-CD-FLAC-2014-BOCKSCAR

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Artist : VA
Album : Juice Vol. 161
Bitrate : 923 kbps

+——————————-[Release Info]——————————-+

Source : CD (LP)
Label : Juice Magazine
Year : 2014
Genre : Hip-Hop
Rip date : 2014-08-30
Store date : 2014-00-00
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1

+——————————–[Track List]——————————–+

1. Prinz Porno – Chillig 4:15
2. Errdeka – Schwarz Weiss 3:37
3. Olson – James Dean (Brenk Sinatra Remix) 3:26
4. Errdeka – Paradies (Max Mostley Remix) 3:28
5. Prinz Pi – Sneakering III OG Pack 3:57
6. Prinz Pi Feat. Olson, Errdeka, Kamp&Kobra – Sneakering III 5:02
RMX Pack
—–
23:45

+——————————-[Release Notes]——————————+

http://www.juice.de
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