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Madlib Medicine Show #6: Brain Wreck Show

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Thanks. Thanks for informing us about this, even without any real information. And it seems that you used your 1st or second post on such an informative topic. Thanks.

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shea butta = internet bad boy. what a guy...

yes but i often find him saying what i'm thinking.

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@vilians i rocked muddywaters before going out this weekend. Still leads to a sloppy night out.

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Global psychedelia, asian funk, prog. rock, conspiracy theories, paranoia, and rabbits who fuck in the forest – all in one Madlib mixtape.

Sounds good to me!

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Thanks. Thanks for informing us about this, even without any real information. And it seems that you used your 1st or second post on such an informative topic. Thanks.

You just joined this board 5 months ago, take some Ritalin or something. I don't cruise the discography everyday looking for unannounced medicine shows, I appreciate this topic.

Now you got ME typing in different font sizes like a dumbass!

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You just joined this board 5 months ago

Obviously you're not familiar with Dick Starbuck...

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no other info yet, but it's on the official Madlib discography on this website (its the very bottom listing:

http://www.stonesthrow.com/madlib/discography

i remember seeing the name of number 6 on a post before number 5 came out. i just about flipped my desk over when i saw it! can't wait!

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yeah as long as stones throw keeps this shit up, my record collection will never be complete! i've got records in my studio, both of my parents' houses, and at various studios around my area! keep dropping shit like number 5!!! and i know number 6 will be just as dope!

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@vilians i rocked muddywaters before going out this weekend. Still leads to a sloppy night out.

sean price's favorite album of all-time. i think reggie noble is heavily underrated as an mc. but i also have a new jersey bias.

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sean price's favorite album of all-time. i think reggie noble is heavily underrated as an mc. but i also have a new jersey bias.

I remember reading that Reggie considers it his best work as well.

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Description: Global psychedelia, asian funk, prog. rock, conspiracy theories, paranoia, and rabbits who fuck in the forest – all in one Madlib mixtape. Coming June 2010.

looks like we got more shroomed out Madlib.

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Is it just me or does this one sound like it normally would be a free podcast? Yeah I said it.

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I remember reading that Reggie considers it his best work as well.

truth, although i consider whut? thee album and dare iz a darkside in that list as well, those first 3 albums are so ill, red at his best, everything i loved about him and method man before i knew anything about hip hop is like x10 for those albums

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I agree with qiao.

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I agree with qiao.

he's been dropping mad knowledge across the board

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"Description: Global psychedelia, asian funk, prog. rock, conspiracy theories, paranoia, and rabbits who fuck in the forest – all in one Madlib mixtape. Coming June 2010."

Sounds like a good package deal. I'm copping it for the rabbits.

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From Amazon:

Madlib follows History of the Loop Digga: 1990-2000 with the sixth installment in his Madlib Medicine Show, his psych-prog-avante-freak-out-funk rock mix Brain Wreck Show. Madlib s been pegged as a jazz guy as far back as 2000, when he as his alter ego Quasimoto released the song "Jazz Cats." His releases with the fictional "jazz group" Yesterdays New Quintet didn't help matters. But, no matter how many jazz records are thrust at him by money-hungry record dealers, he most often at least lately gravitates to the rock side of the spectrum. That's late 60s to late 70s psych-prog-avante-freak-out-funk rock mind you; from the Tropicalia of Brasil to the Krautrock of Germany to the fuzzy sonds of mid 70s Nigeria, the Beat Konducta's rock tastes know no cultural bounds. Actually, we're not sure if they know any bounds. This an introductory mix entitled the Brain Wreck Show (admission, he wrote on the CD master, "One Brainticket" an homage to one of his favorite Krautrock bands) should serve to give its listeners a delightfully freaky funked up experience into the rock side of Madlib's collecting conscious. We're glad you re along for the ride. The Madlib Medicine Show series is a combination of Madlib's new hip-hop productions, remixes, beat tapes, and jazz, as well as mixtapes of funk, soul, Brazilian, psych, jazz and other undefined forms of music from the Beat Konducta's 4-ton stack of vinyl.

I wasn't as excited for this show initially but it sounds like it could turn out great.

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damn i wish i knew the release date, picture, and what the booklet will be like. hopefully this one comes with some trainwreck kush

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Thanks for the heads up, I love me some jazz.

What's with all the hating lately? Or has there always been so much hate here?

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I can't even imagine how dope the cover is gonna be.

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