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Duel Of The Iron Mics/Bring The Ruckus – Shaolin Series

7-inch (Item 436374) Truth & Soul, 2006 — Condition: New Copy
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Wu Tang gets funky – as El Michels Affair serve up spare funky versions of two older classics – almost turning them back into the core samples from which they came! "Duel Of The Iron Mics" is totally great – slow-stepping drums, spare spooky piano, and flowing wave of sound that often carries dark little sounds and noises that shimmer at the bottom of the mix! "Bring The Ruckus" is more straightforwardly funky, but still keeps things slow – starting with a great drum break on the intro, then rolling into a very weird-sounding blend of instruments that has plenty of odd Eastern elements!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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