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Name:Evil Nine You Can Be Special Too 2004 320k( Breakbeat/crossover, Awesome debut offering )

Total Size: 121.33 MB

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00. Evil Nine - You Can Be Special Too.nfo (Size: 109.15 MB) (Files: 21)

 00. Evil Nine - You Can Be Special Too.nfo

1.82 KB

 01 - Crooked (feat. Aesop Rock).mp3

13.20 MB

 02 - Devil Stuff.mp3

11.15 MB

 03 - Earth (feat. Tomo and Blackitude).mp3

11.30 MB

 04 - You Can Be Special (Skit).mp3

1.40 MB

 05 - We Have the Energy.mp3

12.09 MB

 06 - Snack Bar Lounge (feat. JFB).mp3

6.70 MB

 07 - Help (Skit).mp3

877.97 KB

 09 - You Are Not Through (feat. Mary Shodipo).mp3

11.00 MB

 10 - Richard & Jane (Skit).mp3

1.16 MB

 11 - For Lovers Not Fighters.mp3

9.58 MB

 12 - Even the Smells (cuts by Fidel Kutstro).mp3

4.69 MB

 13 - Restless (feat. Toastie Taylor).mp3

11.23 MB

 14 - You Can Be Special 2 (Skit).mp3

1.21 MB

 15 - Hired Goons.mp3

13.09 MB


243.96 KB

 Evil Nine - You Can Be Special Too.m3u

1.28 KB

 Evil Nine -You Can Be Special Too-2004- 320k.sfv

2.53 KB


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Evil Nine - You Can Be Special Too
Artist...............: Evil Nine
Album................: You Can Be Special Too
Genre................: Breaks
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2004
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode)
Codec................: LAME 3.97
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Information..........: My Rip
1. (00:05:46) Evil Nine - Crooked (feat. Aesop Rock)
2. (00:04:52) Evil Nine - Devil Stuff
3. (00:04:56) Evil Nine - Earth (feat. Tomo and Blackitude)
4. (00:00:36) Evil Nine - You Can Be Special (Skit)
5. (00:05:17) Evil Nine - We Have the Energy
6. (00:02:55) Evil Nine - Snack Bar Lounge (feat. JFB)
7. (00:00:22) Evil Nine - Help (Skit)
8. (00:05:19) Evil Nine - Pearl Shot (feat. Juice Aleem)
9. (00:04:48) Evil Nine - You Are Not Through (feat. Mary Shodipo)
10. (00:00:30) Evil Nine - Richard & Jane (Skit)
11. (00:04:11) Evil Nine - For Lovers Not Fighters
12. (00:02:03) Evil Nine - Even the Smells (cuts by Fidel Kutstro)
13. (00:04:54) Evil Nine - Restless (feat. Toastie Taylor)
14. (00:00:31) Evil Nine - You Can Be Special 2 (Skit)
15. (00:05:43) Evil Nine - Hired Goons
Playing Time.........: 00:52:45
Total Size...........: 120.85 MB
NFO generated on.....: 15/11/2008 13:57:11

You’d be forgiven for thinking Adam Freeland has been keeping Tom Beaufoy and Pat Pardy locked up in a cellar churning out music for his DJ sets. Since winning his praise with a demo tape, production work from the two, better known under their guise of Evil Nine, has featured prominently in Freeland’s DJ projects. So much so that on first listening to this album half the tracks were instantly recognisable for this very reason.

Tom and Pat first teamed up in 1998 to produce music together. Through such singles as Cakehole and For Lovers Not Fighters, as well as with standout remixes for the likes of Ils and UNKLE, Evil Nine have carved a niche for themselves in the breakbeat scene with a recipe of open mindedness and originality being the key ingredients.

As avid fans of everything from rock to hip hop to techno and anything in between, Tom and Pat aren’t afraid to let any of it show through in their music. You Can Be Special Too is their long awaited debut album, an album whose release was threatened with the recent, albeit temporary, liquidation of Marine Parade.

“Sshh, the baby’s sleeping” a voice whispers before a low, growling bassline introduces opening track Crooked. Initially aired as an instrumental in sets by Freeland and James Lavelle, Tom and Pat sent the track to Aesop Rock for a touch up. The beat, which has become characteristically their own, is almost acoustic in sound and seemingly somewhere between hip hop and breaks. As it progresses, additional percussion and effects helps build momentum over the snarly bass, which is ever present and slowly throbbing. The track works well in it’s own right through the way it builds and creates atmosphere, however Aesop Rock’s vocal contribution is a special touch that adds a little more fun, making it a great album opener.

The stripped back beats contrasting with everything from guitars to strung out synth effects typifies the Evil Nine sound as found on this album. The Marine Parade theme of self consciousness also filters through via short skits and samples based around the albums title. Vocal contributions range from the rapid fire Aesop Rock on Crooked; to the nihilistic chanting of “Witichita, Witichita, Witichita …” by Juice Aleem on Pearl Shot; to the soft sweet voice of Mary Shodipo on We Are Not Through; and the ragga of Toastie Taylor on Restless.

From the bouncy For Lovers Not Fighters to the transitional Hired Goons, Evil Nine have delivered an album that is very much their own. Breakbeat purists, as they’re affectionately referred to, apparently balk at the obvious influences of rock and hip-hop. Give the album a listen and you’ll hear a multitude of contrasting sounds coming together for one of the standout albums of the year thus far.

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