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People Under The Stairs - Fun DMC



People Under The Stairs Fun DMC
People Under The Stairs - Fun DMC
(CD/2xLP) Gold Dust Media, 2008-09-15

Info :
A double-disc offering from Om of People Under The Stairs back catalogue classics. Features album tracks as well as compilation tracks and vinyl-only b-sides. Get ready for the new FUN DMC album with some old P...

Tracklisting :
01. The Swan Fever
02. Step Bacc
03. Up Yo Spine (Live At The Fishbucket pt. 3)
04. Ste. For Peter Pt.1 "The Fun"
05. Ste. For Peter Pt.2 "The Grind"
06. Anotha' (BBQ) | MP3
07. The Ultimate 144
08. Letter 2 c/o Bronx
09. Party Enemy #1
10. Enjoy
11. Gamin' On Ya
12. Critical Condition
13. The Wiz
14. People Riddum
15. California
16. Love's Theme #1
17. A Baby
18. Same Beat (The Wesley Rap)
19. D
20. The Mike & Chris Story

Links :
putsonline.co.uk
myspace.com/peopleunderthestairs

Press Release :
People Under The Stairs will be releasing their 6th Official LP sometime mid September 2008.

You can almost count the days.

We have signed to a new upstart label, Gold Dust Media Intl., who have been very supportive of our creative outing, it's a no questions asked full artistic control situation and we are loving it. Mike and I are in the studio monday through thursday (when we're not out on the road) pumpin' out what we feel like is some of the best yet - With everyone around going off in different creative directions we decided to return to the hardcore fun body rockin' showstoppin' boom bap that we need. There is a def. void and we are making the joints to fill it. And we feel it. We know you will too.

So with all that in mind, and the whole vibe of the new project, I proudly announce People Under The Stairs' 6th official album: FUN DMC

After 2 years of world touring, digging, partying, getting custom discrete gear built, and planning - the time is close at hand.

Get ready.

Then, come September, Thes One and Double K will drop their sixth album, Fun DMC, on newly-formed label Gold Dust Media. To drum up interest, the crew is going on tour next month.

"We got our 6th album comin' out in September of this year, and it's chock full of all the musical dope you have come to love and expect from the P," writes Thes One in a post on PUTS MySpace page. "We have listed a series of East coast dates to help get the word out about the album, and when it drops we will run up and down the west coast handling our business and rockin' for you."

Finally, the tour dates :

* 8/03: 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
* 8/04: Sonar, Baltimore, MD
* 8/05: Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY
* 8/07: Theatre Of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
* 8/08: Living Room, Providence, RI
* 8/10: Middle East, Cambridge, MA
* 8/11: Higher Ground, Burlington, VT
* 8/12: Studio JPR, Montreal, QC
* 8/13: El Mocambo, Toronto, ON
* 8/15: St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI
* 8/16: Headliners, Toledo, OH
* 8/17: Peabody's Down Under, Cleveland, OH
* 8/19: Pops Nite Club, St. Louis, MO
* 8/20: House Of Blues, Chicago, IL
* 8/21: Varsity Theater, Minneapolis, MN
* 8/22: The Waiting Room, Omaha, NE
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music lover music lover ·  15 August 2008, 20:33

True Art. Go get your CD right away and feel !


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