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Old 04-12-2009, 10:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so awhile ago someone was courteous to send me "Certified Air Raid Material" by eDIT which was an amazingly heavy electronic album that I have yet to find a suitable sequel to. I was wondering if anyone could recommend me something else in this awesome subgenre.
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Old 04-13-2009, 12:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Unfortunately I don't have any recommendations but it sounds like something I'd like. I'd love to check out that edIT album.
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The song just grabs you by the nuts and doesn't let you go.
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Prefuse 73 is a must hear in this field.
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check out Lazer Sword, you can download their "Blap to the Future" mix, has like 20 tracks, for free on their myspace. good stuff.
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That edIt album is amazing.
I'll up it for you tomorrow, Janszoon.
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I like that edIT album, but I preferred his debut. It was much more mellow though, whereas the latest one was aimed at the dance floor.

Maybe check out Stacks of Stamina's Tivoli, and Birdy Nam Nam's self-titled, maybe even their latest, Manual for Successful Rioting.
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That edIt album is amazing.
I'll up it for you tomorrow, Janszoon.
Thanks man. Much appreciated.
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That edIt album is amazing.
I'll up it for you tomorrow, Janszoon.
Chuck it my way too please
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