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Clokworx - 'Robots' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Listens:2440
Producer:D-Tension
Label:Commonwealth Records
Date added:8/24/2001
Song time:5:20
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Name: hed-e (Posted: 7/24/2008 3:58:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.55.125)
Location: mpls
Comment: This is probably the best and most original track on the release. Much love to D-Tension for bringing something fresh. Simple drums and bass are complemented by mellow guitar to make this one a memorable CLASSIC. Oh yeah, lyricism captivates a listener and reminds one how beautiful music is. One of those tracks you can easily get lost in.
Name: Paul (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)
Comment: D-Tension replaces Celph Titled on the beats and unfortunately provides the most lackluster beat on the 12". The somewhat folk sample is mellow, but way too monotonous and boring to keep one's interest. The bassline and drums make do nothing to grab your attention. The MC's drop some nice lyrics on robots and the like, but the beat takes a lot away from the song. Pass on "Robots" and grab the 12" for "Preservatives" and "Who's That" instead.