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Angles

Artist: Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip

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  Spine numbingly good.

| | See all Jazybp's reviews (12)

Imagine the streets never happend, instead these were about first, they are amazing, some really deep dark songs to contrast against the jumpy dancy tunes like the beat that my heart skipped. The background to the lyrics is like massive attack meets crystal castles at some points.

Buy this album and you will not regret it.

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  Just :O

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I got it today and it is really really good one of the few albums i can listen all the way through without stopping. Happy to say all their singles are on here too.

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  Come on people...

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...album is not going to be a disapointment, i've seen these guys once, and scroobius pip performing a solo act, and loved their music for a while now. Every song they've produced has been catchy and meaningful in which any consumer can relate to.
This album is going to make a lot of fans very happy, i can't wait.

  Just great

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Have heard the whole album and I am very impressed...these guys aren't just a one hit wonder with thou shalt always kill. Great songs with some really meaningful lyrics. I recommend listening to the songs properly to get the whole experience. Definitely recommend this one!

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  Thou shalt buy this record!

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Obviously i can't comment on what this final album is going to sound like but I've seen these guys twice and bought a CD of live stuff and more recently their Vinyl and they're truly amazing. I know they're going to have their critics but I think the idea of an awesome poet teamed up with a simply superb DJ is must own stuff. I've been keeping an eye on these guys for what seems like forever and they've finally blessed us with an album! Angles has been a favourite for a long time for me and unsurprisingly it's the title track. 'The Beat that my heart skipped' is also a catchy little tune and of course the set of instructions we should all live by in the superb 'Thou shalt not kill'. If these guys come round your way anytime soon please go and see them. Whether you're into hip hop, house, indie, dance or just original sounding stuff you shall not be disapointed! Can't wait for the album!

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