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#1 Cel_Man_Iller

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 03:32 PM

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Peanut Butter Mech & Tha Herban Lyf Project + DasMuku Labs Presents... Cel-Man Iller & Zakum 41-Vertical Smiles: The Soundtrack To Earths Demise - armageddon (Cumplete)


Hey everyone, it's Cel...obviously, let me tell you about this album if you don't know about it already:

This album is my love-child and masterpiece thus far being my new favorite of all my worxXx of art even surpassing the "Peanut Butter Gundam Demo" record; well, why, you may ask.
Well, this album became a work in progress directly after first half of this years albums, all 6 of them but not including (Blewprints). (Blewprints) was simply the blue print stages of my architect design for absolute talent showcasing. I think Seth MacFarlane may be Satan and if he isn't then the unholy owner of Adult Swim is. (Blewprints) was my attempt at exploiting -what I would consider to be- next to the best of my ability lyrically and on a production point. The theme behind it is simple as well, for both (Blewprints) & (Cumplete), a certain percentage of the world believe's this is the last year we will "enjoy" on this forsaken foreskin of a boulder and some think other wise. So with that, and me being overly observant, I figure 'if it can be fathomed, it's a possibility it can and or will happen." The Zeitgeist is The Prehistoric Matrix, meaning Neo is Obama (j/k?) So why not make the best album ever and go out with a bang? The economy is down the drain and the reform is taking forever. Work isn't assisting me any towards my real goals in life and going to school will take a minute so be as artistically productive as possible until something happens.
(Blewprints) following the "Experience [Life], [Death], [Success], & [Failure] As A Detroit Gothic Mistake" albums, along with the "Sweet.Pink.Velvet.Electric.Jelly.Pussy.Attack & Tangy.Charr.Satin.Hydro.Honey.Dick.Defense" albums. With the first four albums I was in secluded training with myself to get better with my production skills so they wouldn't be so "Six Sick Shitsy" and more "Zakum 41'y." With the latter two I used a mix of my own compositions as well as other producers I had an interest in spanning out into with their genre's. I never got a chance to explore my potential while KidEquip was apart of PBM and he offered something different to the table that was useful that I was not ready for at the time, so I used some producers like him and some other types of music.
Even though some of the music I didn't want to be known for making I decided to dip my toe in the waters to test the temperatures, songs like "Ressurect Cobain" was an attempt at mixing Horrorcore with my Underground Hip-Hop with a mix of some Old School Punk Rock. "Sticky Oz" was me coming out saying "ok...i can talk about drugs and bitches just like any other lame ass rapper but make it sound better and be intelligent about it. (There are 5 slight comedy sketches in it as well, though they aren't meant to be comical some have laughed at them, but all recordings of me that are not musical are just something for the fans just to have as an ear into my life, it's like letting them sit in the studio with me and just chill ad hang while I record.) "$5 D!@% Advertisement" was just a stupid recording of me mocking all other rappers talking about fucking "ho's," smh... "iScream Pornography" was a power track for ladies that like my music that want to relate to me, I used a good amount of Middle Eastern influences for the production because I love the sound and ethnicity/culture, plus some punk rock and hip-hop basic elements. "Go Fuck Yourself" was a song for a friend of mine who had an issue with people judging her about abusing drugs, her facebook name is what influenced the production style of the instrumental. I made an attempt at a Neptunes/Pharrell type beat for the sake of her name and the almighty righteousness of the floaty spaciness of being high. "Credit Roll" is a follow-up track to "Go Fuck Yourself" it follows in the same fashion with the Neptunes/Pharrell style instrumental and it's pretty much meant to help me get ready to sing more on traxXx while still delivering really good lyrical content that isn't half-assed. "Tiger Shark Pt. 3" is me going back to my roots of making weird, electro, punk rock, hard hip-hop, alternative gigs and that was accomplished wonderfully just like all Tiger Shark songs. "Gas Station Folks" has been labeled the bounce, bobbing, wobble, song. It's a soft techno song about how a lot of Arabic individuals seem to love my music and always want to help me get my music heard. "Roofies" were the outro track to the album that wasn't meant to be the outro, but it was a song to ride to at night, be high with your lady having a good time and just ride and a sing-a-long, a dear you to get high as hell with a bunch of friends and bump this in the car, it is soft but it will get you hype as heck!
So those are the minimal elements of that album and from just that small amount of enhancement, I wanted to upgrade more for (Cumplete) which you will and can expect:
Punk Rock
Underground Hip-Hop
Alternative
Electro
Techno
Horrorcore
Heavy Metal
Desperado/Latin
R&B
Jazz
Acid-Jazz
Hard Rap
A Capella
Garage
8-Bit
House
Honky Tonk
Blues
Crunk
Funk
Bebop
Big Band
Soul
Grunge
Dance
DnB
Gothic
Dementia
Doomcore
Dubstep
East Coast
Euro
Hyphy
Hymn
Industrial
Voodoo
Champloo
Otaku-Rap
And more...
The (Cumplete) album is a 200+ track album plus a compilation of songs from the past that I wanted to add to it. So (Cumplete) is intended to be the only album of mine you would ever want except for the "Peanut Butter Gundam Demo." So with that said, enjoy the album...there's no way anyone will read what I have to say about every song. (Cumplete) also includes the (Blewprints) album in it...for those that aren't keeping up. Stewie Griffin is the child of Louis Griffin and Hey Arnold!
If you would like to set up interviews about the music, video's, art, or anything else pertaining to Cel-Man Iller, Tha Immortal, and/or the members of PBMHLP, email us at PBMHLP@gmail.com for ALL inquiries.



#2 Cel_Man_Iller

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 06:06 PM

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 08:31 AM

6 CD's and that's not even half the album, how would you suggest sending the demo?

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 11:11 AM

use a box?
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Posted 02 December 2012 - 11:22 AM

don't send it at all, you will be rejected right away. I know this for a fact, no one is gonna sit through and listen to 200 songs made by one person in so many different genres... what's wrong with you? lol use some common sense man, labels like people who specialize in a specific form of producing,singing,instrumentation,etc. It's all about quality, quality will always beat out quantity... ALWAYS. And also Labels very rarely listen to demos sent to them, you have a better chance playing alive set somewhere in LA and hope you get some buzz

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 11:27 AM

ok why are you even covering so many genres? artists who do that just fail IMO. Learn to specialize and become good in one thing before you move on to something else. Not trying to be mean, just being realistic and trying to help you out here. What are your top 3 favorite genres? mine are Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Soul. Find a way to master certain elements of your top 3 genres and combine those elements and learn to create something out of it and specialize in it

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 01:35 PM

ok why are you even covering so many genres? artists who do that just fail IMO. Learn to specialize and become good in one thing before you move on to something else. Not trying to be mean, just being realistic and trying to help you out here. What are your top 3 favorite genres? mine are Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Soul. Find a way to master certain elements of your top 3 genres and combine those elements and learn to create something out of it and specialize in it

I feel you all the way but this is reality and there are no boundaries honestly.
Who says I HAVE to only do a certain amount of genre's, maybe to successful you have to but I just have a hardcore love for music and a love to make the genre's I like/love. Honestly if I do get rejected/which I would expect, it wouldn't bother me cause I'm more so making music for myself more than anyone else. I hate all the music that is made out there. Anywho, I understand you all the way but Hip-Hop is getting boring, Rock is headed in a direction that is offensive to rock and well it's almost the same for all the others except jazz, I LOVE JAZZ but the real stuff. Like I'm currently working on some Thelonious Monk ish to put vocals to but I would more so like to find a jazz band to work with which luckily thanxXx to OFT they came to me and want to make music. But anyways, I think it is a strong comfort zone for most to look at me and say "what the fuck is wrong with you?!?!?!" That means:
1. I'm doing something new and taking a chance and I love doing that
2. No one or not many has done anything like this before which will make me stand out
3. My quality matches my quantity which gives me an even better chance
4. I have just that many more people to say, "Ha! I made it!" (no offense)...(but offense)
5. My music's sound defines me taking chances and being good at it which will always guarentee that ear you thought you would never get!

I do appreciate the comment, please check out a little of the album and determine yourself!

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 04:24 PM

you are contradicting yourself, "Honestly if I do get rejected/which I would expect, it wouldn't bother me cause I'm more so making music for myself more than anyone else. I hate all the music that is made out there." if this is the reason why you making music then why are you even submitting a demo to a label? and being original doesn't always bring good things, just because you're original doesnt mean you're good. I would rather be considered "unoriginal" but be good at what I do than "original" and make some shit music. Problem is that originality doesn't exist anymore, there's only so much you can do with music, it's very limited in terms of what you can do with it (at least if you want it to sound good). And i'm sorry to say but you have less then a 0% chance of succeeding in the industry with the way you're thinking. Get yourself organized. I wont even bother listening to the project you have cause I already know it's gonna be bad judging from the info you've given me already, the way im thinking is exactly what ST is gonna think when they receive your demo.

Trying to work every single genre you have listed there is only going to make you so much worst as a musician, there's a good reason that what you're trying to do hasn't been done before... it's a very stupid idea. You would be better off keeping this to yourself. And also quality never matches quantity when you're all over the place and can't even focus on specializing and honing your sound and mastering your technique. And i'm afraid you won't be saying "Ha! I made it" anytime soon, and what exactly did you make it to? are you talking in terms of money or sound? did you truly master your skill? ask yourself these questions.

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 10:50 PM

I'm submitting demo's for the fact that "not everyone thinks like you" for that matter "not everyone thinks like me" So there is a chance, why not go with it?
I don't care about money, that's what jobs and careers are for, music is a passion, I do it cause I love it. No one can master anything, that's not even possible, everyone and everything is flawed. Why try? I have gotten my sound to sound about 95% the way I want it to, I'll say that much and I'm pleased with it. The problem is, people put so many mental restrictions on their preferred music and don't just enjoy it for what it is. But hey, everyone isn't the same. And that doesn't bother me one beat, it just makes me more happy that I get that much longer to make music giving me a challenge along the way.

I'm submitting to labels to work with artist who have influenced me and I like, plus get it distributed to a broader fan base.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 09:43 AM

man u get big up for effort

but come on man

i feel u i make music for my self also

i think anything over 50 tracks is too much

maybe pick your favs and make it into a 30 track thing then send it

if you actually want them to take u serious

with all the music they hear im sure anything they pay attention to has to be to the point

damn man u are a long winded person and that can work against u at times

keep it up doe

geechie

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 11:07 AM

man u get big up for effort

but come on man

i feel u i make music for my self also

i think anything over 50 tracks is too much

maybe pick your favs and make it into a 30 track thing then send it

if you actually want them to take u serious

with all the music they hear im sure anything they pay attention to has to be to the point

damn man u are a long winded person and that can work against u at times

keep it up doe

geechie


I respect that and thank you. With all due honesty I just did it because I wanted to be able to say I did something no one else has but I do feel you, I take both of your comments into consideration.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 07:35 PM

well at the end of the day just do what you feel you should do, but there is always a right way and wrong way of doing things. I'll just leave it at that

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 02:03 AM

I don't know man...200+ tracks is a whole lot of time to be doing something else. I mean I made it through maybe 6 tracks skipping around. Not really my style though... anyway glhf! http://www.youtube.c...d&v=bprKcBmbNbc

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 02:46 PM

damn man u are a long winded person and that can work against u at times

keep it up doe

geechie


dude I laughed way too hard at this

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 11:45 PM

bump.

remember this dude lol?
imagine how much we'd all look like assholes if he ended up actually getting signed to ST...him and his 90 other personas.

UPDATE ( 4/6/2014 ) :

this is still my favorite thread to ever come through the Hype section.





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