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I think it's really good to include that topic in hiphop it's pretty rare especially in not just a really hateful way, I too feel it's to be a joke, though you some times feel he really does hate them. Just wasn't the best made track but the lyrical topic was interesting.

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I think it's a complicated too, like I know his son passed away a few years ago, and I think he's been deported from Mericuh, which I imagine would slow any MFer down a bit. In case anyone missed

bump bc doom is the best

I mean, I don’t listen to him on the regular or anything, but nothing ever made me think, “Why is DOOM wasting time on this MC.” He’s solid, not amazing. I probably should have expanded on that.

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

 

 

Where can i hear this? Is this the I-tune's only thingy?

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

 

 

yea, i find it a bit disappointing as well. the best part of that song, imo, is the rhythm change up in the middle and thats totally disregarded in the remix. the remix is ok, i was expecting something huge though.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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:w00t:

 

it's great to see mos crackin' up over doom lines the same why I do.

 

Yeah, it's good to know one of my favorite rappers loves Doom as much as I do. I'm sending this video to anyone who asks me why I like Doom.

But, I knew Mos was a fan of Doom when I saw this vid online a little over a year ago.

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Despite sampling Mantronix _King of the Beats - 3 times in the first seven tracks - I dig the fuck out of this release.

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

 

 

When Tom Yorke does a remix, is it just him messing with synths/samples in front of a computer? or is it him with a crew of actual producers who do most of it and then he approves it?

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

 

 

When Tom Yorke does a remix, is it just him messing with synths/samples in front of a computer? or is it him with a crew of actual producers who do most of it and then he approves it?

either one is a fair guess

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Seems like a lot of people are excited about the tom yorke remix, but I honestly didn't think he did a very good job at all. Then again, this is his first rap production isn't it?

 

 

When Tom Yorke does a remix, is it just him messing with synths/samples in front of a computer? or is it him with a crew of actual producers who do most of it and then he approves it?

 

 

he loves messing about with that stuff, he wrote all the beats/music for his album so id be really surprised if he had any help with any remixes. (maybe godrich has helped but its predominantly thom)

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The "tough actin' Tinactin" line is my favorite. Really digging doom this the first Ive listened to him, I'm embarrassed to say what should I get next ? Madvillainy? I downloaded Special Herbs volume 1 to get a taste of his instrumental and it's pretty good. Suggestions?

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Go with Madvillainy for sure.

 

That Mos Def clip made me very happy. Awesome to see DOOM get love from a big name in the game.

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The "tough actin' Tinactin" line is my favorite. Really digging doom this the first Ive listened to him, I'm embarrassed to say what should I get next ? Madvillainy? I downloaded Special Herbs volume 1 to get a taste of his instrumental and it's pretty good. Suggestions?

 

either viktor vaughn - vaudeville villain or madvillain - madvillainy

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The "tough actin' Tinactin" line is my favorite. Really digging doom this the first Ive listened to him, I'm embarrassed to say what should I get next ? Madvillainy? I downloaded Special Herbs volume 1 to get a taste of his instrumental and it's pretty good. Suggestions?

 

either viktor vaughn - vaudeville villain or madvillain - madvillainy

^^^ second these, also the dangerdoom album is pretty fun too. As for the special herbs just go with the box set 0-9, which is all of them condensed into 2 discs at about 2 minutes apiece (sorta like dilla's donuts or the beat konducta volumes)

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I got Madvillain- wow an excellent cd, I'll probably check Operation Doomsday too, I got a taste of Special Herbs ( vol1) and will probably get more.

 

I'm not sure about DangerDoom, I have Gnarls Barkley's first and it's wack as can be, so I'm skeptical of Dangermouse.

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get operationd doomsday forsure.

seriously, fuck madvillany. it's definitely good, but it's way overhyped IMO

 

also, the special herbs boxset is a good introduction to his beats

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I got Madvillain- wow an excellent cd, I'll probably check Operation Doomsday too, I got a taste of Special Herbs ( vol1) and will probably get more.

 

I'm not sure about DangerDoom, I have Gnarls Barkley's first and it's wack as can be, so I'm skeptical of Dangermouse.

 

Don't miss Viktor Vaughn - Vaudeville Villain, his best in my opinion.

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