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Two Lone Swordsmen - A Virus With Shoes



two lone swordsmen a virus with shoes
Two Lone Swordsmen - "A Virus With Shoes"
Label : Warp
Distributeur : Source
Date d'enregistrement : 1999

"BRING OUT YOUR DEADS, bring out your deads, bring out your deads, bring out your deads..."
Une fois n'est pas costume et pierre qui roule ne fait pas le moine, voilà un disque qui éprouvera vos neurones au plus haut point: normal, c'est du Warp! Des triturations de sons débiles, des rythmes hip hop et electro, des assemblages improbables, des boucles démoniaques, une bonne dose de n'importe quoi et le tour est joué. Un nouveau chapitre, donc, à l'histoire de deux gars qui se prenaient pour des chevaliers solitaires même si une paire ils sont, qui confirme le talent déjà étalé en tartine de miel au breakbeat sur le précédent "Stay down". Tant mieux pour nous...
Note breakbeat trempé à l'acide trip hop warpien: (Pablo E.)
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