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#1 James Frank.

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Posted 18 November 2014 - 10:47 AM

 

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Posted 19 November 2014 - 07:15 AM

On 1st listen I like it better than the 1st album.  Guess I need to stop by the record shop (again).



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Posted 19 November 2014 - 11:14 AM

Dope ! these two live are something else though, I've witnessed the power go off, and they still blew the roof off.


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Posted 22 November 2014 - 05:46 PM

I love the new album. Been a big fan of aesop rock for a while. I saw them live last year. They were great. Dj big wiz was spinning 1200's without serato and was mind blowing. I'm sure there are better but he was great live.

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Posted 23 November 2014 - 02:38 AM

Whales is one of the best songs I've heard this year. Some of the tracks on this album get slightly monotonous, but Whales has an excellent balance.

 

Also Aesop Rock dumbed down is one of my new favorite things.

 



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Posted 24 November 2014 - 11:42 AM

I love the new album. Been a big fan of aesop rock for a while. I saw them live last year. They were great. Dj big wiz was spinning 1200's without serato and was mind blowing. I'm sure there are better but he was great live.

 

I caught Aes Rock, Lif & Vast Aire live in 2001.  Instant Aes & Lif fan.  Vast Aire blew donkey balls (voice was blown).  Grabbed Float there and was all over Labor Days when it came out.  

 

I was impressed by DJ Big Wiz back at the 2002 Revenge of the Robots tour.  Excellent live.



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Posted Yesterday, 10:31 PM

Aes was my first hip-hop show, back in like...i wanna say 2009?

it was definitely post-None Shall Pass, because i remember not knowing a lot of his songs haha.

 

Aesop Rock shows are weird because they're the only hip-hop shows you'll ever see where the most loyal fans can't even recite the lyrics to like 90% of his set...the room blows up at the very end when he plays "Daylight" and spits the famous two lines "life's not a bitch, life is a beautiful woman/ you only call her a bitch cause she won't let you get that pussy", and then immediately after that everyone just kinda slowly fades out mumbling the cadences of his flow hahaha...

 

nonetheless, a dope show indeed.  i think he may have been on some psychedelics, which made it even more impressive to watch.



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Posted Today, 12:09 AM

Awesome. At the show I went to he finished with daylight but then went into night life. Which was still awesome.




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