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Xrabit & DMG$ - Killin' Em



Xrabit Killin EM
Xrabit & DMG$ - Killin' Em
(12") Big Dada BD130, 2008-10-06

Tracklisting :
01. Killin' Em
02. Killin' Em (Xrabit remix)

Links :
xrabit.com
myspace.com/xrabit
retrogradea.blogspot.com
myspace.com/dmgeez
bigdada.com
myspace.com/bigdadarecords

Biography :
XRABIT + DMG$ are, respectively, a Berlin-born producer living in deepest Dalston, and two colourfully-clad, Andre 3000 worshipping Texan MCs. Killin Em is their debut 12 inch, and comes complete with speaker thrashing sonics and verbals that are literally mic-ripping. Along with a remix from XRABIT himself, which doffs its hat to bassline whilst standing proudly alone, it could not be a brasher klaxon call to the world. Welcome to the new new thing.
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