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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: sujeet (Posted: 6/17/2004 5:44:00 AM)
Comment: I found Cave Precise's "synth-whistle" unexplainably appealing. Although it was just a simple synthetic tone with altering pitch, it sounded incredible which made it the perfect complement to Oktober's brilliant and complex lyrics--which I found to be superior to the likes of Rakim or any other MC I've heard. I heard this song on the underground hip-hop mixtape volume 3 (mixed by DJ Reis). I recommend you pick either that up or his LP, Less Then Zero.
Name: treyz5o (Posted: 7/21/2003 7:49:00 AM)
Summary: The Illllllest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment: First found on Jr. Ewings “Copland” mixtape and from that day on it became one of my favourite hip-hop songs cuz of the infinite sick illness.
|Name: Steele (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: For my first listen of "Infinite Echoes", I filtered out Oktober's rhymes and focused my attention on Cave Precise's beat. At first I was feeling it, but after the second or third verse of the seemingly incessant synth-whistle, I had heard enough. Although I liked the way Cave Precise flipped it in the chorus, the beat as a whole was not exceptional. What about Oktober's lyricism, you ask? Well, any emcee who uses the phrase "defecate your education" has my respect. What more can you say?