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Ropeladder 12

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Jel, Aesop Rock, So Called Artists, Lulu Mushi, Radioinactive, Boom Bip featuring Slug, Nickodemus featuring Apani and mush more.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Compilation Dec 27 2004
By C. Bell - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I picked this up after listening to Boom bip and doseone's 'circle' and found out that there was a comp that came out. Highlights from this are Reaching quiet's(why?'s band) '113th clean' ,Radioinactive's 'launch padlock smith' and pedestrian and doseone's 'dead beats'. Mush records puts out some great music. If you like this album, I highly suggest you get the mush tour 2002 dvd (radioinactive,reaching quiet,labtekwon,doseone and boombip and clouddead)
Music to live to April 9 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Well , I must say , I really did enjoy this compilation quite a lot .
If you are looking for something to bump on your new car system on a rawkus saturday night , then this will dissapoint you . If you are looking for some really cool music to just lay back and chill with and listen to you will probably find a lot of sounds to latch your ears onto . The radioinactive track is awesome .
There are no gimmicks on this album , no catchy choruses , no west side - east side name-dropping . Just some music some people have put together ,that i find to be a damn satisfying listen .
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Overrated Elitist ... June 21 2002
By GibbonsGibbons - Published on
Format: Audio CD
There are two or three incredible songs here, but as a whole album it mainly will just make you mad at the underground. The beats are mostly hollow sounding and Devoid of Funk. If this is the future of hip hop, as most white, hornrimmed glasses wearing, backpack wearing, art school attending "critics" call it, I'm gonna go back in time. Hop in the Delorean and cruise away from this one.