Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park & Fort Minor remixed one of the tracks on Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman's self-released EP on us called Lice

Rolling Stone's Christopher Weingarten spoke with Mike Shinoda about the remix.

RS: The amount of quality work Sandman has done in the last four years is almost unparalleled.

Shinoda: He's absurd. How does somebody write words that have every human emotion, and the actual content of the words he's saying is so compelling, and so three dimensional, and from song to song there's so much variety. It's hard to do that and have a really great rhyme pattern and delivery. Like usually people lean on one or the other, and he just does it all like it's nothing. They're such a good pair, because Aes is like … The complexity of his flow is so unparalleled, too. He almost ends up going in a fine art direction with his words. His words are more abstract. You've got one guy whose words are rooted in total reality, and another guy whose words take you to another dimension. And that's such a fun combo to me.

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"Hear Fort Minor's Rabid Remix of Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman"

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