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Diplo - Blow Your Head



Diplo Blow Your Head
Diplo - Blow Your Head
(12") Mad Decent, 2008-10-28

Info :
Long awaited new Diplo vinyl! Ever since his solo album, "Florida", Diplo has been everywhere creating mixtapes ("Santogold", "I Like Turtles"), producing (M.I.A. "Paper Planes") and remixing tracks for such as Coldplay, Radiohead, Black Lips, etc. And of course managing the Mad Decent label and roster of artists. Now he's got a nice 12" of his own material - tracks he's been working on for a while, but these are all new mixes and none of these tracks have ever appeared on vinyl before. "Blow Your Head" is a remix of Diplo's own production "Wassup Wassup" featuring Rye Rye. This is more like a dub mix of the track, using Rye Rye vocals sparingly and killing the clubs with huge drums. "Must Be A Devil" might be Diplo's best production yet - reworking a Pixies line into one of his signature dancefloor sweat messes. The B-side features remixes from the European heavy hitters The Crookers and Bart Bmore, plus one from our own Philly club king DJ Sega. Full color picture sleeve from Gunsho, and every 12" comes with a free download code for 320 mp3 version.

Tracklisting :
A1. Blow Your Head
A2. Must Be A Devil
B1. Wassup Wassup (Crookers Remix) (feat. Rye Rye)
B2. Wassup Wassup (Bart Bmore Remix) (feat. Rye Rye)
B3. Wassup Wassup (DJ Sega Remix) (feat. Rye Rye)

Links :
myspace.com/diplo
bigdada.com/artist.php?id=107
maddecent .com
Diplo on Facebook
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