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Artist: Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip

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  The brits' poetic masterpiece

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I started on youtube and went crazy over his tracks. 'Thou shalt always kill' was the first and is one of his best. I was amazed when his album came out, alway thinking it would stay underground.

I got the CD from play and I am very happy I did. Now I am eagerly awaiting his first show in the Netherlands (whenever that may be).


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I heard their new single 'Get Better' by chance on the radio so thought i'd buy this. The reviews on play were all 5 star and they are right! Original, Clever, Funny!! Buy It!!


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I heard their new single 'Get Better' by chance on the radio so thought i'd buy this. The reviews on play were all 5 star and they are right! Original, Clever, Funny!! Buy It!!

  Thought provoking and funny

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Scroobius Pip is a lyrical genius of spoken word and this, teamed with Dan le Sac's musical skill, has resulted in a brilliant album full of thought provoking themes. Scroobius Pip isn't afraid to say exactly what he thinks and he does it in such a way that he leaves you dumbfounded. It's a great album which breaks the mould and stands out as a very original sounding against all the repetitive noise of the mainstream.

  Thou Shalt Not Make Repetitive Generic Music...

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Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip are two very, very talented men.
Not only do they make music that is extremely individual to them, their lyrics are also thoroughly thought provoking and very clever.
Definitely worth buying for fans of any genre as the stories behind the songs on here are worth listening to.

  u have to hear it

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i really enjoyed these songs especially the dizzy rascal remake "complete remake" but 1 song did creep me out really eary song was magicians assistant but these songs really make u listen

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| | See all ralphwiggum's reviews (10)

These two guys are two very talented individuals who combine to make amazing music. Each song is a story that really makes you think. I heard 'thou shalt not kill' on the radio then bought the album as soon as it was released. What i like most is that each song is different from the last. with a different story. Great beats and amazing lyrics, recommend this to anyone who fancies a breath of fresh air! Fantastic.

  amazing, thought-provoking hip-hop

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When I saw Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip last year at a festival in Brighton, I was blown away by the amazing stage show and funny, witty lyrics. The only track I knew at that point was the underground smash Thou Shalt Always Kill, and I was honestly not expecting such diverse and often moving tracks on the album. I got this album this week and haven't listen to anything else since. There's so many amazing highlights on this CD, such as Scroobius Pip's heartfelt tribute to the late standup legend Tommy Cooper, and Letter from God to Man; a self explanatory liaison that builds up into an amazing outro that almost makes you feel bad for being human. Magician's Assistant is possibly my favourite track on the album, a song that outlines the selfishness of suicide, with Scroobius Pip sarcastically stating that "it's your body, so you can choose what you do". Basically, buy this album now, you won't regret it.

  4 Words

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There are only 4 words that are needed to describe this - Album. Of. The. Year.

A refreshing change for UK hip hop, Pip focuses on meaningful lyrical content, while le Sac provides an imaginative and unusual backdrop.

Standout tracks - The Beat that my Heart Skipped; Development; Look For the Woman; Fixed; Angels; Letter From God to Man; Thou Shalt Always Kill.