|1. ||2 Fresh feat. John Klimeck - 'Intro'|
Producer: 2 Fresh
|2. ||Freelancers Utd (Shing02 + A-1 + Doc Max) - ' Bed, Death And Beyond'|
Producer: Freelancers Utd
|4. ||DJ Satva - 'Froger (Remix)|
Producer: DJ Satva
|6. ||PISMO - 'Get The Fuck Out'|
|7. ||Reason - 'Reason's Brilliant Drummer Remix'|
|11. ||Circus DJ's feat. Moto King - What is this Circus?'|
Producer: Circus DJ's
|13. ||DJ Zeph - 'B-Boys Beware Pt. 3'|
Producer: DJ Zeph
|14. ||DJ Cue - 'Back To The Bottom 2005'|
Producer: DJ Cue
|15. ||Blanketship - 'Nelivu Ham'|
Producer: jared blum
|16. ||Dick Gail and Kiro - 'Jump Start Your Ride'|
Producers: Dick Gail; Kiro
|17. ||Dawgisht - 'Staccato Melt Shuffle'|
|18. ||DJ Pone & Dnz - 'What Is Sound'|
Producers: DJ Pone; Dnz
|19. ||G-Force - 'Spectral Glitch'|
|20. ||Skratch PissTols feat. DJ Pone, Billy Jam, Dawgish - 'It's Alive Human'|
Producer: Skratch PissTols
|21. ||DJ Spair - 'Kool Gangs'|
Producer: DJ Spair
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7/27/2013 4:30:00 PM; Partial IP: 202.132.73)
7/27/2013 1:32:00 PM; Partial IP: 202.132.73)Location:
Toothless seems to be on a killing Spree lol. I use to listen to a radio show on KFJC called Ruck Park on saturdays hosted by Diane aka TRINITY which pretty much was the radios stations follow up to the late Ken Hamilton RIP Monday Beatdown cus they needed someone to take over for the Beat stuff, at the time KFJC was IMO top notch source for independent underground and realative to what would conjure up the creativity and inspiration for different sounds that artist would delve into in their creative process, most listeners would realize this is out of the box stuff, what would the producer or the artist listen to which is not the obvious and typical but will invoke a spark of creativity. Right now I listen to (for over two decades starting from The Drum w Kevvy Kev) now KZSU's the MHZ Show on Sundays 8-12mid which pretty much is on point which fills my appetite for REAL HIP HOP. and the songs they play are carefully choosen (not random) and by knowledgeable with experience and not by kids who are tryin to find them selves or who are just doin the radio gig temporary till they graduate at age 22 and dont know shit and who were once listeners of bullshit mainstream pop top 40 R&B so called hip hop radio. cant knockem for that its just that they just havent seen the other side that just dont conform to what has to be acceptable just because they are connected to entities who control what should be normal and condition them to trendy bull shit a cheap fix from those who cant be anymore creative because they run out of ideas every 2 to 3 years TRYIN to be innovative with the lack of inspiration and consistency for the love of the artform. I could be wrong, but I know ive crossed over to a realm thats more than superficial. right now The Groove Therapy on KFJC hosted by Ms Tiza on Saturdays is what I listen to, she doesnt spoil you with too much of the good shit but seems to push the envelope with creativity. lets just say she has ways of exposing you to the many textures of art in music and you might see/hear different dimensions to music. alright to much info and not gettin to the point, look up Djs of Mass Destruction and you might find Shingo2 Dj Pone and friends on HipHopslamdotcom more insight. and on this Live Human release I also recognize Dj Cue of Daly City (Cue's Records), Square one aka Weezy and Paolo Cutso Garcia both of the FingerBangerz now just called Bangerz (Silver Creek HighSchool Alumni in the Zae who are my HS sports rival back then in 96 but they graduated years after me), Pismo of Burnt Batch from around 98 99 with 'Artforms' 12' and Produce Aisle LP. Nor Cal Turntablist Djs REPRESENT!!!
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7/5/2013 2:24:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)Location:
Man, this ish is banging, true headz will love this! Real turntabilism!