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Cadence Weapon - In Search Of The Youth Crew



Cadence Weapon In Search Of The Youth CrewCadence Weapon In Search Of The Youth Crew
Cadence Weapon - In Search Of The Youth Crew
(MP3 Download) Big Dada BDDL116, 2008-02-18

Tracklisting :
01. In Search Of The Youth Crew

Links :
cadenceweaponmusic.com
myspace.com/cadenceweaponmusic

Press Release :
The first single from Cadence Weapon's forthcoming breakthrough album, "Afterparty Babies," the phenomenal "In Search of the Youth Crew" lets you know exactly what it's all about. Over a thumping club beat, 22 year old Rollie Pemberton reminisces about the particulars of his teenage years in Edmonton, Canada, in a way which should mean something to everyone.

Clever, complex but also accessible and effortlessly exciting, "In Search of The Youth Crew" shows Pemberton's development from the angular electronics of his debut into an artist with genuinely wide appeal. His second album, "Afterparty Babies," will be released on March 4th 2008.
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