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Name:General Patton vs The X Ecutioners Joint Special Operations Task Force EAC FLAC [tRg Release]

Total Size: 297.34 MB

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tRg.nfo (Size: 281.87 MB) (Files: 27)

 tRg.nfo

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 General Patton Vs. The X-Ecutioners.cue

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 23 - Battle Damage Assessment and Repair,White Flag Surrender,'Wake Me Up In Heaven'.flac

31.78 MB

 22 - Low Altitude Vocal Parachute Extraction System (LAVPES).flac

6.01 MB

 21 - L.O.L. -- ¡Loser On Line! (Hate The Player, Hate The Game).flac

22.14 MB

 20 - Warcry,Infrared R'n'B Hallucination,Jungle Operations Exfiltration System.flac

16.14 MB

 19 - ¡Pimps Up, Aces High! 0700 hrs. (Westside Swashbuckling Parade).flac

10.42 MB

 18 - Eastside Multichannel Tactical Scratch Communications (EMTSC).flac

9.92 MB

 17 - A.W.O.L. Block Party Brawl 0600 hrs..flac

12.34 MB

 16 - Imitative Electromagnetic Deception (IED),Digital Nonsecure Voice Terminal (DNVT).flac

2.58 MB

 15 - 'We'll Paint This Town' -- Throat and Phonograph.flac

10.26 MB

 13 - Surprise Swing Insurgency,Tabla and Tongue Twist Couterattack,'Dragon Seeks Path'.flac

21.48 MB

 12 - Modified Combined Obstacle Overlay (MCOO) ...or...'How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Turntables'.flac

17.67 MB

 11 - Convulsive Antidote For Nerve Agent Autoinjector (CANAA).flac

4.32 MB

 10 - ¡Fire In The Hole! 0400hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force).flac

14.74 MB

 09 - Battle Hymn of the Technics Republic.flac

7.00 MB

 08 - Duelling Banjo Marching Drill.flac

12.30 MB

 07 - Precision Guided Needle-Dropping and Larynx Munitions (PGNDLM).flac

12.00 MB

 06 - ¡Vaqueros y Indios! (Joint Special Operations Task Force).flac

14.22 MB

 05 - Improvised Explosive Device 0300 hrs..flac

3.37 MB

 04 - Roc Raida- Riot Control Agent,Combat Stress Control.flac

14.22 MB

 03 - ¡Get Up,Punk! 0200 hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force).flac

25.32 MB

 02 - General P. Counterintelligence- Target=37-47-36N, 122-33-17W.flac

4.37 MB

 01 - X-Men Doctrine and Declaration- Target=40-40-11N, 73-56-38W.flac

8.86 MB

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  The X-ecutioners - General Patton vs The X-ecutioners.jpg

123.18 KB

  The X-ecutioners - General Patton vs The X-ecutioners CD.jpg

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  The X-ecutioners - General Patton vs The X-ecutioners back cover.jpg

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Album:General Patton vs. X-Ecutioners, The - Joint Special Operations Task Force
Label:Ipecac Recordings
Country:Europe
Released:2005
Genre:Hip Hop, Rock

Tracklisting:

1.X-Men Doctrine And Declaration: Target = 40:40:11N, 73:56:38W (1:30)

2.General P. Counterintelligence: Target = 37:47:36N, 122:33:17W (0:40)

3.Get Up, Punk! 0200 Hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force) (3:38)

4.Roc Raida: Riot Control Agent/Combat Stress Control (2:05)

5.Improvised Explosive Device 0300 Hrs. (0:36)

6.Vaqueros Y Indios! (Joint Special Operations Task Force) (1:52)

7.Precision Guided Needle-Dropping And Larynx Munitions (Pgndlm) (1:55)

8.Duelling Banjo Marching Drill (1:54)

9.Battle Hymn Of The Technics Republic (1:11)

10.Fire In The Hole! 0400hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force) (2:14)

11.Convulsive Antidote For Nerve Agent Autoinjector (Canaa) (0:43)

12.Modified Combined Obstacle Overlay (Mcoo)...Or..."How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Turntables) (2:41)

13.Surprise Swing Insurgency/Tabla And Tongue Twist Counterattack/"Dragon Seeks Path" (3:41)

14.Kamikaze! 0500hrs. ("Take A Piece Of Me") (2:16)

15."We'll Paint This Town"--Throat And Phonograph Fire Support Coordination Measures (Tpfscm) (1:40)

16.Imitative Electromagnetic Deception (Ied)/Digital Nonsecure Voice Terminal (Dnvt) (0:21)

17.A.W.O.L. Block Party Brawl 0600hrs. (1:50)

18.Eastside Multichannel Tactical Scratch Communications (Emtsc) (1:41)

19.Pimps Up, Aces High! 0700 Hrs. (Westside Swashbuckling Parade) (1:28)

20.Warcry/Infrared R'n'b Hallucination/Jungle Operations Exfiltration System (3:02)

21.L.O.L.--!Loser On Line! (Hate The Player, Hate The Game) (3:34)

22.Low Altitude Vocal Parachute Extraction System (Lavpes) (1:04)

23.Battle Damage Assessment And Repair/White Flag Surrender/"Wake Me Up In Heaven" (4:52)

The methodology went like this: former Faith No More/Mr. Bungle/Tomahawk frontman Mike Patton sends hip-hopping turntable masters the X-Ecutioners a bunch of oddball records, then the X-Ecutioners create "sound blocks" out of the albums and send them back to Patton for final tweaking and song-building. Two years in the making, the collaboration feels more like a Patton project than an equal-footing outing, but that doesn't narrow the sound down much, does it? On one hand, there's Patton's penchant for the aggressively avant-garde. On the other, there's his not-as-wild-as-you'd-think appearance on Handsome Boy Modeling School's White People. Ridiculously long and cryptic song titles might point to a crazed, "out there" experience, but General Patton vs. the X-Ecutioners is surprisingly crisp and funky over half of the time, and it's a good guess the X-Ecutioners were the ones to bring the noise. Crazed turntable workouts that recall the crew's greatest underground DJ battle tapes appear throughout the album. They sound untouched for the most part, leading the listener to believe it was Patton's choice to make the overall experience smoother. It takes eight tracks to get to anything approaching John Zorn territory, but this hip-hop noir that Patton's pushing is surprisingly fun and filling. Dirty Harry quotes, kung fu sound effects, and that "this is a journey into sound" sample are some of the clichés that appear and make this album more Gorillaz than Boredoms. While the Gorillaz can brush against smugness and cleverness, Patton's passion for this project comes through loud and approachable. Free jazz, glitch, and whooshes of studio trickery are drama-building devices, each leading to the next hook or the next solid beat. There's an antiwar motif that pays off in the end along with a couple drop-dead hilarious moments, one involving some furious scratching and a porno movie. Not the most essential release from either of the parties involved, but these "sending tapes back and forth through the mail"-type projects rarely result in albums that are much more than "interesting." General Patton vs. the X-Ecutioners has enough passion and inspiration behind it to make it an easy recommendation. ~ David Jeffries,All Music Guide

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