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Mosaic Perception
Sep 18, 2009

by XyloJW


What you're enjoying is called Staccato. I am a huge fan.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2vZZoe0fx0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzOxefS0hD8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpOR1957_Wk


enjoy

Mosaic Perception fucked around with this message at 03:42 on Mar 28, 2011

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Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


anyone heard the b.o.b. diss on Tyler yet?

http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/singles/id.14325/title.bob-no-future-odd-future-diss

he references muffins.

Leper Residue
Sep 28, 2003

To where no dog has gone before.



Hells yeah thank you. Which album is considered his best? I'm leaning towards Adrenaline Rush right now, but I'm not sure if one of the others is objectively better or not.

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


Fu-Schnickens ruled this style in the early to mid 90s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XF_aZvcb-c

Mosaic Perception
Sep 18, 2009

by XyloJW


Bluetooth human being posted:

Hells yeah thank you. Which album is considered his best? I'm leaning towards Adrenaline Rush right now, but I'm not sure if one of the others is objectively better or not.

Adrenaline Rush (indisputable classic right here) and Mobstability. Kamikaze has some sick poo poo on it (one last time for instance) but is less badass than those two. Twista is in my top 3 personally though a lot of people would disagree with me. Let me hook you up!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12qpqzb0spQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4DrSSQtcj0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bh9oyeVvy_Y


Also the one last time link I posted is apparently C&S and I can't find originals of it or a few others I'd like to post. Just get those 3 albums (adrenaline rush, mobstability, and kamikaze) and swag out to your heart's content.

Leper Residue
Sep 28, 2003

To where no dog has gone before.


Whelp, am I glad I asked.

Thank you Mosaic Perception and Threatis. I'm gonna have to check work to see if we have any of those cds, and then onto iTunes I guess.

Those were exactly what I was looking for. I kind of wish I could go back in time, smack my younger self in the face, and just yell "Listen to this music you idiot! There's more then grunge and death metal!"

But thanks again. I appreciate it.

creamcorn
Oct 26, 2007

automatic gun for fast, continuous firing


Threatis posted:

Fu-Schnickens ruled this style in the early to mid 90s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XF_aZvcb-c

Fu-Schnickens were basically just a bad Das EFX cover group though, don't even bother with them until you've listened to the whole Das EFX catalogue unless you really want to see Shaq rapping.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ce5tzzW_oQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


SonOfDonkeyman posted:

Fu-Schnickens were basically just a bad Das EFX cover group though, don't even bother with them until you've listened to the whole Das EFX catalogue unless you really want to see Shaq rapping.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ce5tzzW_oQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related

i love DAS EFX but fu-schnickens still rule and no one should front about them ever.

Leper Residue
Sep 28, 2003

To where no dog has gone before.


SonOfDonkeyman posted:

Fu-Schnickens were basically just a bad Das EFX cover group though, don't even bother with them until you've listened to the whole Das EFX catalogue unless you really want to see Shaq rapping.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ce5tzzW_oQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mv2RfGswgs&feature=related

Can I like both? Cause thank you for this as well. It's amazing how one can miss almost an entire genre of music. This stuff is great. But I'll probably end up getting all of it.

Kind of an off-topic question. Should I ask for scratch stuff here or another thread? Stuff like Dj Craze or Qbert? I'm more interested in the scratching then anything else. I'm not sure if it falls under hip-hop (since it started with it) or something else.

Edit: And I'll probably come in here tomorrow when it's not so late with dumb questions about freestyle like Juice and Supernatural.

Leper Residue fucked around with this message at 04:25 on Mar 28, 2011

creamcorn
Oct 26, 2007

automatic gun for fast, continuous firing


Threatis posted:

i love DAS EFX but fu-schnickens still rule and no one should front about them ever.

Yeah, I take that back, Fu-Schnickens is a good Das EFX cover group. They still don't measure up to the original though.

Mosaic Perception
Sep 18, 2009

by XyloJW


Bluetooth human being posted:

Whelp, am I glad I asked.

Thank you Mosaic Perception and Threatis. I'm gonna have to check work to see if we have any of those cds, and then onto iTunes I guess.

Those were exactly what I was looking for. I kind of wish I could go back in time, smack my younger self in the face, and just yell "Listen to this music you idiot! There's more then grunge and death metal!"

But thanks again. I appreciate it.
No problem! Always happy to turn someone onto Twista!

Bang3r
Oct 26, 2005

killed me.
tore me to pieces.
threw every piece into a fire.


Fun Shoe

My friends been listening to alot of Die Antwoord recently and I've given them a bit of a listen to.. I was wondering what everyones opinion is of these guys? (if you've heard of them) im not huge on hiphop and I've done a bit of reading up on them and im not sure if it's a giant gimmick etc

some videos for the unintiated

Enter the ninja http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cegdR0GiJl4
Evil Boy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbW9JqM7vho
Ritch Bitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bdeizHM9OU

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


Bang3r posted:

My friends been listening to alot of Die Antwoord recently and I've given them a bit of a listen to.. I was wondering what everyones opinion is of these guys? (if you've heard of them) im not huge on hiphop and I've done a bit of reading up on them and im not sure if it's a giant gimmick etc

some videos for the unintiated

Enter the ninja http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cegdR0GiJl4
Evil Boy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbW9JqM7vho
Ritch Bitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bdeizHM9OU

i like them alot. check out waddy's old project Maxnormal.tv

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QcYxqvWCgg

Roymega
Oct 10, 2004

-crickets-


Royce Da 5'9'' is great at riding a beat..
Royce Da 5'9'' - Dinner Time [feat. Busta Rhymes]

Tech N9ne spits insanely fast, best example of this is ~2:30 of:
Tech N9ne - Crybaby

Speaking of Tech... Anyone hear about the collabo he's doing with Tyler the Creator? Definitely looking forward to that

vanbags
Dec 6, 2003

An ape.

Threatis posted:

anyone heard the b.o.b. diss on Tyler yet?

http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/singles/id.14325/title.bob-no-future-odd-future-diss

he references muffins.
This is perhaps the worst rap beef I've ever encountered. It's almost worse than Haystak/ICP vs Eminem.

NeuroticErotica
Sep 9, 2003

Perform sex? Uh uh, I don't think I'm up to a performance, but I'll rehearse with you...



vanbags posted:

This is perhaps the worst rap beef I've ever encountered. It's almost worse than Haystak/ICP vs Eminem.

Are you forgetting Soulja Boy/Ice T?

texasmed
May 27, 2004


I see a healthy discussion about NY or up north rappers, which I can respect since even I enjoy that style every now and then. I don't see as much discussion about rappers from the dirty south on these beloved forums though, and that's the type of music I like to listen to. I think part of the reason for the lack of southern discussion could be a shortage of new, decent music coming out of the south. Part of the fun I have with dirty south rap is looking into the history of it, and I really focus on music from the 90s. I dig deeper when I find something I like.

I wanted to talk briefly about a couple of dudes from Memphis, though. Does anybody else have a small obsession with the history of the Three Six Mafia? For example, if you like their bangin' beats and also enjoy the comedy of their filthy lyrics at all, maybe you'd like stuff from these guys as well. You might feel like you've heard em actually, because like many dirty south groups, Hypnotize has sampled their success very heavily in their later work.

Skinny Pimp is Lookin' for some chewin!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=telSP8E6jsk
I'm pretty sure this dude was pivotal in getting 3-6 out of their garage and into people's tape decks in the early 90s. You'll hear him on some of 3-6's new stuff as samples.

Animosity toward his peers has Koopsta Knicca discharging firearms at them.
Anna Got Me Clickin' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWJMxv3Diwk
I admit that most of this track is a chorus, but you gotta check out this beat! Wikipedia says Koopsta's "melodic 'fast-rapping' style" can be pretty much compared to Bone Thugs. A track called Stash Pot would be another good example of it.
Stash Pot - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtEQUAAitng

I just wanted to sprinkle some dirty old poo poo into this thread to mix it up a bit. I hope you enjoy the links I shared.

Edit nearly 2 days later: I realize that some of these tracks show up many, many times on different Memphis rappers' releases, but I was hoping some of you had never heard them before.

texasmed fucked around with this message at 20:49 on Mar 29, 2011

alansmithee
Jan 25, 2007

Goodness no, now that wouldn't do at all!




Bluetooth human being posted:

Whelp, am I glad I asked.

Thank you Mosaic Perception and Threatis. I'm gonna have to check work to see if we have any of those cds, and then onto iTunes I guess.

Those were exactly what I was looking for. I kind of wish I could go back in time, smack my younger self in the face, and just yell "Listen to this music you idiot! There's more then grunge and death metal!"

But thanks again. I appreciate it.

Some Busta Rhymes stuff also had that staccato flow, and I think he's better at it than Twista even though he doesn't always rap like that. I seem to remember Busdriver using it sometimes too, but a lot of people are definitely hit-or-miss about him. There's a lot of dudes who'll bust out similar style on random tracks, but not many I can think of stick to it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zQzBVcHwHI

Skip to 1:08 for the Busta verse so you don't have Chris Brown turn you off rap. Stick around for Wayne trying his hand at copying Busta's flow if you'd like.

Do or Die might be something similar you'd enjoy as well:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl8odeEpeWM

Also Crucial Conflict:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xArkAYPkkp8

Both of those groups are from Chicago, I think (same for Twista iirc) so it might be a regional thing (Bone's from Cleveland which isn't too far but I don't remember much of that style hitting Detroit).

And yeah, E.1999 Eternal is prob one of my fav rap albums. Listened to it again a couple years ago for the first time in awhile, and had forgotten how good it was. Really atmospheric.

Bang3r posted:

My friends been listening to alot of Die Antwoord recently and I've given them a bit of a listen to.. I was wondering what everyones opinion is of these guys? (if you've heard of them) im not huge on hiphop and I've done a bit of reading up on them and im not sure if it's a giant gimmick etc

I think they're garbage, but I know some people like them (The Senate is one, but I'm not sure if he actually liked their music or just the girl). I don't see it as much different from the Captain Dan pirate poo poo and crap like that tbh, but w/e.

alansmithee
Jan 25, 2007

Goodness no, now that wouldn't do at all!




Also just saw this vid by Thirstin Howl III, nice track (and nice to see him still around, although it looks like he's not rocking the Polo anymore). Like I always say when he's brought up I remember thinking this dude was gonna blow up like Pun did, think he was getting almost Eminem levels of hype (they were starting around the same time iirc) but don't know if he never caught a label deal or what.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg_4udVVRfk

Cizzo
Jul 5, 2007

Haters gonna hate.


Fudge for Hands posted:

I see a healthy discussion about NY or up north rappers, which I can respect since even I enjoy that style every now and then. I don't see as much discussion about rappers from the dirty south on these beloved forums though, and that's the type of music I like to listen to. I think part of the reason for the lack of southern discussion could be a shortage of new, decent music coming out of the south. Part of the fun I have with dirty south rap is looking into the history of it, and I really focus on music from the 90s. I dig deeper when I find something I like.

I'm not really a huge enthusiast when it comes to southern rap but I've been listening to a lot of Jackie Chain.

Jackie Chain - Mr. V.I.P. (http://vimeo.com/13307124)
Jackie Chain - This is Not Enough (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrhwmb8h4sk)
Jackie Chain - Rollin' (Diplo Remix) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7ghhX98sGM)

But I want to say it's for all the wrong reasons. The big reasons I even listen to this stuff (I'm more of a NY/northeast style type of guy with some bay area mixed in) is probably because of how awesome his name is. Also the fact that it's an Asian dude with long hair in the rap game talking about blunts and poo poo. Also he raps off an iPad.

But it's always fun to have people ask me what I'm listening to nowadays (I'm THAT guy when it comes to friends looking for new music) and when I mention Jackie Chain it usually results in a good laugh just on the name alone.

Roymega
Oct 10, 2004

-crickets-


When I think southern rap I think Nappy Roots.. Not necessarily their sound, but their content and overall vibe. I'm also a white kid from the midwest so take it for what it's worth... A friend turned me on to this song awhile ago though, Collective Efforts - Let It Alone.. It's relatively old, but captures the same vibe I get from Nappy Roots. Again, I don't claim to be any sorta Dr. of hip-hop, I just like what hits my ear drum right

Edit: Where'd this B.o.B diss even come from? He just trying to feed off Tyler's hype? I never took him for a diss track type of artist.. And yeah, I can see why.. Just a lame track lyrically, the beat wasn't bad though.. Bet Tyler would tear it up haha

Roymega fucked around with this message at 11:00 on Mar 28, 2011

Leathal
Oct 29, 2004

wanna be like gucci?
lil buddy eat your vegetables


Cizzo posted:

I'm not really a huge enthusiast when it comes to southern rap but I've been listening to a lot of Jackie Chain.

Good Things About Jackie Chain:
-Name
-Block Beataz production
-G-Side guest appearances

Bad Things About Jackie Chain:
-literally (literally) everything else

He's a loving gimmick and sucks at rapping.

Also, new Cunninlynguists is incredible. Kno is definitely top 5 producers post-2000, and the group as a whole pulled off the whole "dreams" concept very well.

Leathal fucked around with this message at 11:40 on Mar 28, 2011

Cizzo
Jul 5, 2007

Haters gonna hate.


Leathal posted:

Good Things About Jackie Chain:
-Name
-Block Beataz production
-G-Side guest appearances

Bad Things About Jackie Chain:
-literally (literally) everything else

Exactly what I was trying to say without being too overly critical.

WDIIA
Jan 14, 2006

K-I-N-G, The AU City Don
I know you heard about me
And this mission I'm on
But not a R-A-T,
I'm just tryin to live on
Not in a penitentiary
I'd rather be rollin chrome


Roymega posted:

Edit: Where'd this B.o.B diss even come from? He just trying to feed off Tyler's hype? I never took him for a diss track type of artist.. And yeah, I can see why.. Just a lame track lyrically, the beat wasn't bad though.. Bet Tyler would tear it up haha

Might be something he kinda does to stay relevant, he put out this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBaXwRQQciI
a few years before he got out bigger and while its directed at the whole industry I bet don't need to tell you who he's mocking in the middle

At least Autotune is kinda funny, that track is just baaaddd

K-Flow
Nov 20, 2004



Anyone hear any of this Death Grips stuff? I guess it's Zach Hill's new project (don't know much about the guy other than he drummed for hella) but I'm really digging it, especially how raw it is. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFmZ6WDkuj0 there's a few more songs on the tub as well.

The Rooster
Jul 25, 2004

If you've got white people problems I feel bad for you son
I've got 99 problems but being socially privileged ain't one


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTcJbgrj7E8

Heres Busta, Layzie Bone, Twista and Jaz-O spitting that staccato flow on a track called "60 second assassins". They really needed to add Bizzy and Krayzie Bone, and Tech N9ne for the ultimate fast spitting track.

John Brown
Jul 10, 2009



Fudge for Hands posted:

I think part of the reason for the lack of southern discussion could be a shortage of new, decent music coming out of the south.

Check out Big Krit, Yelawolf, Currensy, Freddie Gibbs and Jay Electronica. There is no shortage of new talented rap from the south. Here are some of my favorites:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7DiEsq682E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np3pU-dLok4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBsJJd2r92E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b_KkbuJTaI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJo8s4OWNUw

Diodeous
May 14, 2002



Fudge for Hands posted:

I think part of the reason for the lack of southern discussion could be a shortage of new, decent music coming out of the south. Part of the fun I have with dirty south rap is looking into the history of it, and I really focus on music from the 90s. I dig deeper when I find something I like.

I just wanted to sprinkle some dirty old poo poo into this thread to mix it up a bit. I hope you enjoy the links I shared.

I do sorta the same thing a city at a time. I started on Houston/Dallas/San Ant, working my way through NOLA/Baton Rouge right now. I think the stories are more interesting than some of the music, especially the history of labels like Cash Money and then groups like SUC. A good example of this is a short history of Cash Money Records' independent years from the Amoeba blog.

The main thing I'm obsessed with right now is Bounce music and trying to look at how it evolved over the years. Plus, its really loving fun to sit back and listen to Ricky B, and stuff like Magnolia Shorty "Monkey on the Dick".

As for the current southern poo poo, the main stuff I always hear talked about is the future poo poo G-Side and other Huntsville/B-ham people (whose movement reminds me of 8ball and MJG's space age pimpin). Jackie Chain gets a lot of mention because of his association with PRGz/G-Side, and he also dropped a great mixtape Fear the Future. Then there's the mixtape that PRGz did with Diplo, and their most recent one, which are both pretty good. Other southern guys that are blowing up are Big KRIT, whose album Return of 4eva drops today. He's definitely one of those guys raised on southern stuff like UGK/8Ball & MJG/Outkast/Scarface. If we want to include Texas as southern, there's this guy Fat Tony, who I've been all about lately. He's really really unlike the rest of Texas and reminds me more of Lupe type stuff. Killa Kyleon is another Texas dude, but he's been around for a long time. He dropped a new mixtape a couple months back that's pretty banging too.

It feels like the Southern stuff is always going to be this back and forth with critics and fans decrying the ignorant stuff but it will still sell. As easy as it is to hate on Waka Flocka and Gucci, they consistently work with artists who are deserving of attention like Pill and other young ATL guys coming up.

SOME PIG
Aug 12, 2004

Hittin' Switches,
Twistin' wigs with
Phat Radical Mathematical type Scriptures


Bluetooth human being posted:

So I found an old Kruder & Dorfmeister cd, and was listening to a remix of 1st of tha month and so

I love that song/album. You rule.

Chade Johnson
Oct 12, 2009

by Ozmaugh


Fast rap and Southern rap discussion and no mention of Three 6 Mafia/HCP? For shame. T-Rock, lord Infamous, Kingpink Skinny Pimp all do/did that stacatto fast rap style. I mean poo poo, DJ Paul and Juicy J are still putting out bumpin rear end mixtapes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10wBVFZ0Hs0

John Brown
Jul 10, 2009



Diodeous posted:

there's this guy Fat Tony, who I've been all about lately. He's really really unlike the rest of Texas and reminds me more of Lupe type stuff.


Like Lupe? That's very questionable.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXl3YTyTprA

But from what I hear he has been the best underground rapper in Houston for years now.

phractured
Feb 21, 2008


John Brown posted:

Check out Big Krit, Yelawolf, Currensy, Freddie Gibbs and Jay Electronica. There is no shortage of new talented rap from the south. Here are some of my favorites:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7DiEsq682E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np3pU-dLok4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBsJJd2r92E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b_KkbuJTaI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJo8s4OWNUw

Hate to be that guy, but Gibbs is not a southern rapper.

John Brown
Jul 10, 2009



phractured posted:

Hate to be that guy, but Gibbs is not a southern rapper.

Ah you're right. Sure does sound like it though.

phractured
Feb 21, 2008


John Brown posted:

Ah you're right. Sure does sound like it though.

Yeah he definitely has that kind of voice. Also if you like Yela, you should probably check out Rittz too.

HatchetDown
Jan 6, 2007

Jesus, Nemo you alright?! Spaz! .... Stop Smiling!

vanbags posted:

Haystak vs Eminem

I feel like nobody should even know about this. It's like publishing a 14-year-old's rant about the government.

Leper Residue
Sep 28, 2003

To where no dog has gone before.


Roymega posted:

Royce Da 5'9'' is great at riding a beat..
Royce Da 5'9'' - Dinner Time [feat. Busta Rhymes]

Tech N9ne spits insanely fast, best example of this is ~2:30 of:
Tech N9ne - Crybaby

Speaking of Tech... Anyone hear about the collabo he's doing with Tyler the Creator? Definitely looking forward to that

Royce Da 5'9" and Slaughterhouse is actually the reason I started listening to rap in the first place. It started with The One, and just grew from there.

Is Tech N9ne the guy who does that song about Malibu, Pineapple or something else (basically rapping about a mixed drink or something)? Cause I hate that song, but never heard anything else by him. Crybaby is pretty good so far though.

Edit: Found it just after I posted. Caribou Lou. Was there another version of it? My sister-in-law would play it all the damned time.

Leper Residue fucked around with this message at 18:46 on Mar 28, 2011

alansmithee
Jan 25, 2007

Goodness no, now that wouldn't do at all!




John Brown posted:

Check out Big Krit, Yelawolf, Currensy, Freddie Gibbs and Jay Electronica. There is no shortage of new talented rap from the south. Here are some of my favorites:

Uhh Freddie Gibbs is from Gary, that's hardly the south.

Leathal posted:

Also, new Cunninlynguists is incredible. Kno is definitely top 5 producers post-2000, and the group as a whole pulled off the whole "dreams" concept very well.

I don't know if I'd put him in top 5, but I usually like his production. My biggest problem is the rapping, it never seems to fit right with the beats. I know when I got A Piece of Strange it seemed on every track I would've preferred an instrumental. Same for the one you linked above, dudes voices and flow just don't seem to go with the production style.

alansmithee fucked around with this message at 18:53 on Mar 28, 2011

Diodeous
May 14, 2002



John Brown posted:

Like Lupe? That's very questionable.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXl3YTyTprA

But from what I hear he has been the best underground rapper in Houston for years now.

I know it wasn't a great comparison, but I was basing it more off of stuff like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSMD4G3szw8&feature=related than what you posted. He does a bit of everything but I guess what I was trying to say was that he was less like Houston artists and more like mainstream hip-hop that's not focused on material goods, which inevitably draws Lupe or whomever is a cheap way of getting my point across.

Also, Rittz and Struggle are just the new Bubba Sparx and Haystak

E.T. NO HOMO
Jan 27, 2007

but you say he's
just a friend


Bluetooth human being posted:

Is Tech N9ne the guy who does that song about Malibu, Pineapple or something else (basically rapping about a mixed drink or something)? Cause I hate that song, but never heard anything else by him. Crybaby is pretty good so far though.

Edit: Found it just after I posted. Caribou Lou. Was there another version of it? My sister-in-law would play it all the damned time.

if you want to hear Tech at his best you'd have to listen to Anghellic. If you don't like Anghellic you don't like Tech N9ne.

e: I kinda didn't like "Caribou Lou" at first either (mostly because of the hook and the "poppyness" of it) but once that second or third verse kicked in with "Tarbender, I need a druther nink" and he flips out like "SAAWIIING BATTA BATTA (TECH, YOU'RE NOT MAKIN ANY SENSE!)" i was sold


oh and big ups to alan for the crucial conflict/do or die nod. sometimes i feel like im the only one who remembers those dudes

E.T. NO HOMO fucked around with this message at 23:44 on Mar 28, 2011

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Aug 28, 2006



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