planets - Turbo Jamz download album
- Album: Turbo Jamz
- FLAC: 1982 mb | MP3: 1802 mb
- Released: 2011
- Rating: 4.8/5
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Turbo Jamz!!! Ep. PLANETS is an instrumental math rock duo from Napa, CA that only uses drums and bass and are known in small circles for their extremely hyperactive labyrinthine approach to constructing lengthy math rock jams. The duo consists of former SWIMS bassist Paul Slackand and drummer Thomas Crawford. To date the band have released two full-length albums "Planets" and "The Dark Woods" but these albums are extremely difficult to track down.
Slow Jamz" is a single by American rapper Twista featuring Kanye West and Jamie Foxx. It was released in late 2003 as the lead single from his album Kamikaze and the second single from Kanye West's debut album The College Dropout. The Kanye West version includes an intro and two extra verses by Jamie Foxx, and excludes the original outro by Twista. Tracie Spencer provides background vocals on both versions, and plays the female answer in Foxx's last verse on the Kanye West version.
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Throwing elements of funk and acid jazz into the mix, the Pietasters' third album veers even farther away from the alternative ska scene - a genuine, melodic, warm, life-affirming spray of classic soul and modern rock. Luckily, the band's Motown/reggae edge isn't sacrificed as a means to an end - the music is as tight as ever, particularly on the opening double threat of "Told You the First Time" and "Set Me Up," both complete with glittering horns and healthy, gospel-driven backing vocals.