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kid 606's new album

dtox

TRIBE Member
SHITE!
It's on one of the guys from the band faith no mores record label and it's just poorly rehashed squarepusheresque gabber hardcore and jungle reminds of a poor imitation of some of the songs jenkinson did as chaos ad off his buzz canner cd.

SHITE!
SHITE!
SHITE!


DT:(
 

seeker

TRIBE Member
from Allmusic.com

Kid 606's Miguel Depedro adds stylistic guises with the same nonchalance that most people don extra sweaters, an operating procedure that leaves him open to spreading thin his impressive production talents and drying up his font of ideas. After he delivered successive excellent records of Spartan experimental techno (P.S. I Love You) and no-holds-barred dance mash-ups (The Action Packed Mentallist Brings You the Fucking Jams), listeners could be forgiven for simply throwing their hands up and surrendering to Depedro's wishes. That's actually the wisest advice, for Kill Sound Before Kills You is an easy winner, one of the most energized dance records of the year. This is a record that track markers simply can't contain, a record that bulges outward in several dimensions, a record that's just as imaginative and active as similarly great nü-hardcore sets from DJ /rupture and Todd Osborne's Soundmurderer, but more organized and efficient as well. Depedro spends the first four tracks on a frenzied trip through red-line dance music, beginning with the ravey acid house of the single "The Illness," detouring into dancehall chaos with "Who Wah Kill Sound?," and peaking early on with the pummeling hardcore techno of "Ecstasy Motherfucker." Though the carnage isn't over by any means, Depedro steps back slightly with a builder ("Total Recovery Is Possible") before descending into the maelstrom again on the flip side — led by Wayne Lonesome's feature on "Buckle Up." Ending with "Parenthood," a track of warped electronic bliss, Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You is his best record yet and a work that makes it clear Kid 606 has no boundaries to contain his creativity. — John Bush
 

dtox

TRIBE Member
Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You is his best record yet and a work that makes it clear Kid 606 has no boundaries to contain his creativity. — John Bush


^^^someone sure has head up his arse and obviously has not listened to much electronic music. like i said before all the album is is a poor imitation of past forms of music, besides not to say that I don't enjoy a number kid 606 songs but anyone who names a song,"luke vibert can kiss my indie-punk whiteboy ass" when vibert is one of his "fore fathers"so to speak and puts out an album like this has got to be kidding, for his sake I'd hope it's a joke anyhow.

Dt
 

why not

TRIBE Member
kid 606 is only interesting to indie rock nerds who never went to a rave in the mid-nineties.

there's very little difference between what he does, and what dominik was spinning back in the old days.

overrated to the tenth degree.
 

seeker

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by dtox


^^^someone sure has head up his arse and obviously has not listened to much electronic music.
personally i've found most of John Bush's reviews on Allmusic to be on point. Any music critic's opinion has to be taken with a grain of salt, but compared to a lot of the dreck that garners critic's praise, Bush seems to have a knack for pointing out what's good about an album, what's lacking, and why.

I understand your opinions, but mine just happen to differ.
 
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