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#1
Recommend me some? I like Tim Dog and X-ecutioners a lot, and I want to get into a new genre over the summer.


Ta x
R.I.P Jon Lord, Rory Gallagher and Jimi!
#4
MF DOOM, Madvillain, NWA, Wu Tang Clan
I'm selling an ernie ball wah pedal. Buy my ernie ball wah pedal.
...
Wah pedal.

Quote by 23dannybhoy23
That's got to be my all time favourite online death threat

Quote by smokeysteve22


My chest hurts after that.
#6
The Coup, NWA.
"You have brains in your head,
You have feet in your shoes,
You can steer yourself,
any direction you choose,
You're on your own,
And you know what you know,
And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go."

- Dr. Seuss
#7
Quote by LastSlayerKing
MF DOOM, Madvillain, NWA, Wu Tang Clan


You just took everything I was going to say.

EDIT: Listen to East Coast rap its better. Oh and early Eminem, like The Eminem Show album is pretty good.
you're a stone fox
Last edited by Saint78 at Jun 19, 2011,
#10
Last edited by Duffman123 at Jun 19, 2011,
#12
Quote by conor-figgy
Skrillex


My mates would kill you for calling Skrillex dubstep.
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#13
Quote by Saint78
You just took everything I was going to say.

EDIT: Listen to East Coast rap its better. Oh and early Eminem, like The Eminem Show album is pretty good.

I'd go for the slim shady or marshall mathers lps first, but maybe that's just me.

Also, earl by earl sweatshirt is pretty damn good. epaR is such a good song.
I'm selling an ernie ball wah pedal. Buy my ernie ball wah pedal.
...
Wah pedal.

Quote by 23dannybhoy23
That's got to be my all time favourite online death threat

Quote by smokeysteve22


My chest hurts after that.
#14
Quote by Trowzaa
My mates would kill you for calling Skrillex dubstep.

Ah no, I've annoyed the friends of a guy on a forum. Suppose that's life for you...
#16
Quote by conor-figgy
Ah no, I've annoyed the friends of a guy on a forum. Suppose that's life for you...


Was only saying. Calm down.
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#18
Quote by KingHenrik1967
Pantera


Hey look, the opening post ended up last on the first page. That's kind of weird.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#19
Quote by Trowzaa
My mates would kill you for calling Skrillex dubstep.

Nice bit o' brostep
I'm selling an ernie ball wah pedal. Buy my ernie ball wah pedal.
...
Wah pedal.

Quote by 23dannybhoy23
That's got to be my all time favourite online death threat

Quote by smokeysteve22


My chest hurts after that.
#20
Quote by LastSlayerKing
I'd go for the slim shady or marshall mathers lps first, but maybe that's just me.

Also, earl by earl sweatshirt is pretty damn good. epaR is such a good song.


I like The Eminem Show because it's angry and anti-government.
you're a stone fox
#21
Cheers guys. I will listen to Pantera first.

EDIT: WTF?
R.I.P Jon Lord, Rory Gallagher and Jimi!
#22
Quote by Saint78
I like The Eminem Show because it's angry and anti-government.

Kim is all the angry you need
I'm selling an ernie ball wah pedal. Buy my ernie ball wah pedal.
...
Wah pedal.

Quote by 23dannybhoy23
That's got to be my all time favourite online death threat

Quote by smokeysteve22


My chest hurts after that.
#23
Quote by LastSlayerKing
Kim is all the angry you need


Kim?
you're a stone fox
#24
How about one of the creators of the mix of Hip-hop/Techno or whatever you want to call it, 'Afrika Bambaataa'. So many groups from Rap, Hip-Hop, and Trance music took things from there songs. This was stuff from 1982-83

Afrika Bambaataa
Planet Rock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lDCYjb8RHk

Looking For The Perfect Beat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RJlYzBhLg4&feature=related
#25
In what sense is Eminem old hip-hop?

and why isn't this in the "other" forum
#26
Quote by smb
In what sense is Eminem old hip-hop?

and why isn't this in the "other" forum


Old being not current, and we're talking about early Eminem like 90's through '02
you're a stone fox
#28
Quote by smb
In what sense is Eminem old hip-hop?

and why isn't this in the "other" forum


To be fair, hardly anyone goes on that forum, and so the threadstarter is wise to come here for suggestions.

Personally, I would recommend searching for UKF on youtube and puting on a dnb/dubstep playlist. Not all the tracks on ukf are the full versions, but its a great way of finding new stuff.
Quote by Robbie n strat
In the changing rooms we'd all jump around so our dicks and balls bounced all over the place, which we found hilarious.



Little children should be felt, not heard.
#29
Quote by Way Cool JR.
How about one of the creators of the mix of Hip-hop/Techno or whatever you want to call it, 'Afrika Bambaataa'. So many groups from Rap, Hip-Hop, and Trance music took things from there songs. This was stuff from 1982-83

Afrika Bambaataa
Planet Rock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lDCYjb8RHk

Looking For The Perfect Beat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RJlYzBhLg4&feature=related

Yep, this is what started it all.
#30
Quote by notoriousnumber
To be fair, hardly anyone goes on that forum, and so the threadstarter is wise to come here for suggestions.

Personally, I would recommend searching for UKF on youtube and puting on a dnb/dubstep playlist. Not all the tracks on ukf are the full versions, but its a great way of finding new stuff.

Ukf is more modern dubstep/brostep. Start with early skream/benga stuff for dub imho, then go from there
I'm selling an ernie ball wah pedal. Buy my ernie ball wah pedal.
...
Wah pedal.

Quote by 23dannybhoy23
That's got to be my all time favourite online death threat

Quote by smokeysteve22


My chest hurts after that.
#31
Quote by stef123
Cheers guys. I will listen to Pantera first.

EDIT: WTF?


dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#36
Quote by TheChaz
I ran over two squirrels at once one time. They were chasing after each other in the street, and I swerved to avoid them, but ended up with one under each tire. Still my greatest driving accomplishment to date.

Quote by WantsLesPaul
Hitler could have been aborted
#38
Beastie Boys ****in' own. Also Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, 2pac, N.W.A, Young MC, Public Enemy, Sugarhill Gang, Eric B & Rakim, Cypress Hill etc...
Quote by uk.mace
This man is smart.

Quote by guitar-guy69
you spelt colors wrong


Tweet me bro.
#39
Quote by pwnerer
Is there such a thing as old dubstep?

Oh, and this:

GZA and Method man - Shadowboxing


Yes, non-brostep. The good stuff
Quote by TheChaz
I ran over two squirrels at once one time. They were chasing after each other in the street, and I swerved to avoid them, but ended up with one under each tire. Still my greatest driving accomplishment to date.

Quote by WantsLesPaul
Hitler could have been aborted
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