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Political Hip Hop & Rap
08-08-2006, 02:29 PM, (This post was last modified: 03-08-2010, 06:01 AM by Shinobi.)
#1
Political Hip Hop & Rap
Right after the Mods managed to fuck up the last thread - here we go again !!!

I thought I'd repost some of the links from the previous thread on the old forum to give some people that missed out a chance to catch up again. Enjoy!!!:D

<span style="color:#FF9900">Hardnoise - Serve Tea Then Murder

http://rapidshare.de/files/27644884/serve_tea.rar.html

<span style="color:#000000">Mos Def & Talib Kweli are Blackstar

http://rapidshare.de/files/27650809/BlackStar.rar.html

<span style="color:#66CCCC">Blade - Guerilla Tactics

http://rapidshare.de/files/27654108/gueril...actics.rar.html

<span style="color:#C0C0C0">Immortal Technique - Bin Laden Remix

http://rapidshare.de/files/27776961/immort..._krs-1.rar.html

<span style="color:#FF0000">Immortal Technique - Before T.M.P Volume 009

http://rapidshare.de/files/27778151/immort...9-2006.rar.html

<span style="color:#CC66CC">Immortal Technique - The 13 Amendments

http://rapidshare.de/files/27781282/immort..._-2006.rar.html

<span style="color:#009900">Immortal Technique - Freestyle 279 UK Exclusive


http://rapidshare.de/files/27789438/immort...e-2003.rar.html

<span style="color:#33FFFF">Immortal Technique - The 1st Passage

http://rapidshare.de/files/27793732/immort...assage.rar.html

<span style="color:#FFFF00">Immortal Technique - Portable Immortal

http://rapidshare.de/files/27798436/immort...4-41st.rar.html

<span style="color:#3366FF">Immortal Technique - Industrial Revolution

http://rapidshare.de/files/27800620/immort...e-2003.rar.html

<span style="color:#663366">Nephilim Modulation Systems - Woe To Thee O Land.....

http://rapidshare.de/files/27909620/nephli..._child.rar.html

<span style="color:#CC9933">Immortal Technique - Black Cargo

http://rapidshare.de/files/27920446/immort..._cargo.rar.html
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08-08-2006, 03:00 PM,
#2
Political Hip-hop
Alright I guess we'll use this one, let my other thread die then.

Here's a repost of my album, plus another one. But mind you, neither is all that political.

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MF Doom - Vaudeville Villian

[Image: B000005AM7.01._AA240_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg]

Dr Octagon - Dr Octagonecologyst
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08-08-2006, 03:17 PM,
#3
Political Hip-hop
Quote:Right after the Mods managed to fuck up the last thread - here we go again !!!


Like what are you talking about
Only 3 of us can do that as far as I know, I didn't, Cypher prolly didn't so what exactly do you mean Lex ?
The InfoUnderground
TiU Radio
http://www.TheInfoUnderground.com
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08-08-2006, 03:56 PM,
#4
Political Hip-hop
I mean - that my user account was deleted as was the thread I started and posted in yesterday, so the no-post deletion excuse is kinda weak. Standvast made reference to it in another thread on here earlier today, which you replied in. So thats what "exactly i mean"!!:)

@ grell - nice LP's. I got 'em both on vinyl. ;)


Also - it'd be nice for the album uploaders on here to receive some thanks and feedback from the forum users that download the albums. :)
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08-08-2006, 04:39 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-08-2006, 04:42 PM by standvast.)
#5
Political Hip-hop
&lt;_&lt; don't they know the Hop dont stop?

I knew there'd be a reasonable[?] explanation..

As said before, some feedback/critique/reviews of the music would be good,
also:
"political" or not is not really the issue to me, if the music is innovative,
and the lyrics ring true to life, that should suffice .
politics "leave me alone " "leave me alone"
as said by:
[Image: doom.gif]

^i don't have that album in mp3/ vynil only.
it's not that much nwo related either;)
-------------
The previously uploaded albums:

Benefit
b.e.n.e.f.i.t.


Benefit b.e.n.e.f.i.t.

Emanon
Imaginary Friends.


Emanon ImaginaryFriends

Nephilim Modulation Systems
Woe to Thee 'o Land whose King is a Child.

NMS Woe to Thee 'o Land...

Sebutones
50-50 where it counts


Sebutones 50-50 where it counts

------------

here's the new treats:

Emanon
Anon and On ...


Emanon Anon and On.

Atoms Family
The Prequel


Atoms Family ThePrequel

very nice wordplay and storytelling type verses over Beats;

'L ronious
imaginarium


'L ronious imaginarium

peace'
standvast.
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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08-08-2006, 04:45 PM,
#6
Political Hip-hop
Quote:so the no-post deletion excuse is kinda weak

Don't bitch at me about it
Ctrl made a mistake
Big deal move on
The InfoUnderground
TiU Radio
http://www.TheInfoUnderground.com
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08-09-2006, 02:06 AM,
#7
Political Hip-hop
I didn't mean to.:P Honest.

I'd been really sleep deprived at the time...over 30 hours for sure.
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08-09-2006, 08:49 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-09-2006, 09:15 PM by standvast.)
#8
Political Hip-hop
Here's another fine raw first album,

artist:Jedi Mind Tricks

title: The Psycho , Social, Chemical, Biological and Magnetic
Manipulation of human Consciousness


http://rapidshare.de/files/28804691/Jedi_M...ps_.cd.rar.html]Jedi Mind Tricks The Psycho Social[/url]

the title alone should have you listening once,
Grim though pretty beats, by Stoupe mostly,
Lyrics by Ikon the verbal hologram, Apathy, El Eloh, and others.
Full album/also contains 3 bonus tracks.

peace'
standvast.
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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08-09-2006, 09:14 PM,
#9
Political Hip-hop
..and here's one for those who think girls don't have serious rhymeskill.
;)

artist: Bahamadia
album Kollage [1996]

Bahamadia Kollage

peace'
standvast.
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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08-09-2006, 09:58 PM,
#10
Political Hip-hop
Here's another by Jedi Mind Tricks

Jedi Mind Tricks - Violent by Design
They sample from the movie "Pi" (good movie go see it if you haven't) in this album.

Also some albums worth checking out that I don't have in mp3's.

RJD2 - Deadringer
DJ Shadow - Endtroducing
Nas - Illmatic
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08-10-2006, 12:05 AM,
#11
Political Hip-hop
<span style="color:#CC0000">The Lost Children Of Babylon - The Equidivium (2001)

http://rapidshare.de/files/28824828/the_lo...01-cms.rar.html

Enjoy!!

grell - I can post Illmatic and Entroducing in the next couple of days so look out for them.
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08-10-2006, 02:12 AM,
#12
Political Hip-hop
I dont' get hip hop at all. How the hell do you get any agression out? You can't bang your head to it, can't air guitar to, drum to it, or any other sort of musical agression release.
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08-10-2006, 04:46 AM,
#13
Political Hip-hop
Quote:I dont' get hip hop at all. How the hell do you get any agression out? You can't bang your head to it, can't air guitar to, drum to it, or any other sort of musical agression release.


its not about letting out anger...its about raising and elevating the mind....to my kind of hip-hop anyways.
i can't vouche for mainstream bullshit.

This Is That Spiritual Hip-Hop...The 911 Report Is (of course All Political Tho, VERY GOOD.
I Recommend These Albums To Whomever Loves That Intellectual Shit...
And Not That Gun, Drugs And Sex Bullshit.

They Are In Order From Latest Album To First.

The 911 Report - The Ultimate Conspiracy [rapidshare]

[Image: lostchildren.jpg]

1. Intro feat. Allison, J. Tarpey
2. Warning: Boxcutterz On Airplanez feat. DJ Loose Change, DJ M-80
3. America's Fallen Heroes feat. Nina Capone, Goldilocks
4. Dear Mr. President
5. Political Prisoners
6. Never Die
7. Insurgentz feat. Stretch, Omar Da Muhmeen
8. By Any Means Necessary
9. Who Speaks For Us
10. Conspiracy Theory
11. Media
12. Propaganda
13. Legend Of The Fall
14. Closed Caption
15. Baptized By Fire
16. Shattered Dreamz
17. Q'uraan & The Kolishnikov
18. Guerilla Militia feat. Haz Lo, Goldilocks, DJ M-80

The Book Of Anubis - Words From The Duat [rapidshare]

[Image: folderxt5.jpg]

1. Intro
2. Distant Traveller
3. Temples Of Abydos
4. Jesus Found In Egipt
5. Souls Of The Etherians
6. Chosen Children
7. Where Every Breath Is A Prayer
8. Egiption Intuition
9. Valley Of The Kings
10. The Rising Force
11. The Missing Link
12. Arabian Knights
13. Warriors Of Virtue
14. Immortal Egipt
15. Dual Of The Fates

The Equidivium - Where Light Was Created [rapidshare]

[Image: bbbb6zj.jpg]

1. Intro
2. Where Light Was Created
3. Will You Be Prepared (When The Elohim Return)
4. Egyptian Magic
5. Cosmic Consciousness
6. Gladiators feat. Luminous Flux
7. As We Become One With The Sun
8. From The Womb Of El Kuluwm
9. Pythagorean Theorum
10. Book Of Black Light
11. The Mystic Triad (Of Atum Re)
12. Heaven's Mirror feat. Society Park & Luminous Flux
13. Stargate
14. The Seven Thunders
15. Giving Praise (To Mother Nature)
16. Through The Eyes Of An Embryo

thanks to lex for introducing me to The Lost Children...had to go get all the albums.
[Image: intellektssig.png]

&A stupid man's report of what a clever man says is never accurate because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something he can understand.& -- Bertrand Russell
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08-10-2006, 10:48 AM, (This post was last modified: 08-10-2006, 10:50 AM by standvast.)
#14
Political Hip-hop
Quote:I dont' get hip hop at all. How the hell do you get any agression out? You can't bang your head to it, can't air guitar to, drum to it, or any other sort of musical agression release.

Ctrl, look at it this way:
-Breakdancing is physical exercise and helps in the realease of
excess physical energy .
-Graphwriters air out plenty of "agression" by attacking the
system at the basics, by free public artistic expression and by
making the point that "property" /material ownership is null
and void in the world of the creative spiritual principle.
-Djs excercise physically and mentally [it take mathmatic accuracy to
place a scratch the right way, they use turntables and mixers as
actual instuments in their own right , and they help spread the word ,
the elavation through the music, and the message to the people.
-Mc's represent the knowledge of the past , the voice of the street,
the language , the way, we embrace eachother when we speak
[quote by Bigg Jus]
Mc's have a responsibillity to teach the youth, to set an example,
to raise the spirits by creative verbal expression, they ventilate "anger/agression"
with the words they rhyme, as well as show any other true emotion.

There is plenty of ways to release anger, and i think
headbobbing to a rugged bassline, or a kick/snare combo that makes heads nod,
even a pogo pit isn't unheard of,...i've been in several.
[perfect example would be a Wu-tang show about 7 years back, which was just banana's,
the show lasted 3.5 hours and the whole crowd was continiously bouncing in sync,
creating a gigantic stomp by reverberating the floor,.. it was amazing,..
one crazy mofo even jumped offa 7 metre high balcony down into the crowd and was
caught without a scratch on him,..it was energetic and very uplifting to say the least]
imho HipHop requires participation, dedicated souls and visionaries,
It's about more than just the music, but through the music [if i call it HipHop]
i feel all 4 elements mentioned above need be represented.

Quote:"you can't drum to it"

Sure you can, mixing and adding rhytmic variations is key,
the simplest stomp beat is very inviting to altrnating taps,
drumshifts, and added percussion.

Quote:You can't bang your head to it
Well then what do you suppose we have been doing all these years?:LOL:
The Hop keeps head bobbing like none other IMO, the
bassbumps and rhytm invite to do just that.

Imagine AJ with a bullhorn, shouting out what he believes and
wants people to take notice of, airing out frustration/agression out of compassion
for fellow humans.
..now replace AJ and the bullhorn with someone like Immortal Technique and his
microphone, or any other "rapper" [mc] with a message and a mouth.

I can understand you personally not being "into" rap-music,
neither am I , because the "rappers" nowadays ain't/couldn't /wouldn't be HipHop
if their life depended on it, ..which it does:LOL:

Maybe if you can give a few examples of what music you
appreciate, i could advise you on some HipHop that would
suit your taste, or perhaps merely show that rock-based samples
and guitar-riffs are not alien to HipHop either.

Peace'
standvast.
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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08-10-2006, 02:26 PM,
#15
Political Hip-hop
mind you...i don't think anger makes anything better.
but to express your fustration and let out stress is different.

if you put anger into the music...you're only putting hate.
that's not a message i would want to hear. or pain...either.

i like to hear elevation and good thoughts, but we're only human
we all got that positive and negative...so letting the frustration out is healthy.

but it all depends on the person/artist making the music. and who's all behind it.

but i don't want to hear some angry dipshit piss and moan about his life
and get more pissed about it...i mean...thats just stupid.
you don't accomplish anything like that.
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&A stupid man's report of what a clever man says is never accurate because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something he can understand.& -- Bertrand Russell
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