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Psycho-78



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Brynjar wrote:

Brother Ali told the crowd to shut up and stop clapping during his set here in Iceland when people started to clap to the rhythm of his words when he did some acapella stuff.

he says that shit tonight, i'll have to put one in his dome
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:04 pm
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lovin' the bastid cuts on this.

one of my live show pet peeves is the person next you reciting word for word what the performer is saying as if to prove to everyone within an earshot that they are more down that the next man.
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:07 pm
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kese



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Sage Francis wrote:




Mind you, I did this without taking off my SFR jacket. All day.
Because...it was a new jacket and I was reppin SFR as well as the east
coast. This is how we dress on the east coast.





Say Word!
Sage Francis wrote:

"Strange Famous Records! BOW DOWN!"



hahah... Man, you guys do those jackets justice.
I'm glad I was able to get them to you in time for the show.
Those pics are crazy!
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:23 pm
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Morbidly-O-Beats



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wow that video is so dope. The DMX line deffinitly made me smile. Bastid really brought that shit to life, i loved it.
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:39 pm
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b. dolan
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Sage Francis wrote:





that's me on the left!

and the right!

how did i DO that?!
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:53 pm
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futuristxen



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Ha that poker story had my palms sweating just reading it. I'm glad I don't play poker.

B. did you do any of your spoken word pieces, or just the rap songs?
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:59 pm
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T-Wrex
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Morbidly-O-Beats wrote:
The DMX line


seconded.. i LOL'd
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 4:06 pm
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Morbidly-O-Beats wrote:
wow that video is so dope. The DMX line deffinitly made me smile. Bastid really brought that shit to life, i loved it.

^ what he said

good shit.. sounds like it went rather swimmingly :)
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Kese,
The jackets are dope.

Paid Dues was a great experience for me, thanks to Sage and SFR again for making it happen. I laughed a lot and got a chance to perform. Good times.

Sage and Bernard not only repped for SFR, they repped hard for RHODE ISLAND and the East Coast.
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pedavis



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great post. sfr ftw
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 4:09 pm
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malpractice
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Sage Francis wrote:
As far as the kid saying all the words in the background, it's a total catch 22 for me. Every time I do a spoken word piece that someone in the crowd knows, it seems I have to fight through their volunteer hypeman vocals. It becomes very distracting and I tend to switch words and phrases up from time to time so it's not only annoying but it clashes with what I'm doing a lot of the time.


volunteer hypeman vocals.. haha

sucks. i hate that.
sometimes i mouth along the words but i never yell them because i want to hear the person rapping it, not my interpretation.

anyway
this post = fun times!
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:57 pm
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futuristxen wrote:

B. did you do any of your spoken word pieces, or just the rap songs?


just fresh raps... though i hope to slip some poems into the rest of the sets i'll be doing in the upcoming months ...

"paid dues"
"heart failure"
"one breath left"
"survived winter"
and vocab's part on "drop bass"

same stuff you saw at as220, but with less face punching.
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:29 pm
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kese



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b. dolan wrote:


and vocab's part on "drop bass"




?!??!!!?!?!
please say you're not joking....

if you are, that'd be funny... if not then...
?!??!!!?!?!
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:35 pm
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Sage Francis
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Yeah, B handled most of Vocab's parts. Prolyphic did a couple lines here and there. Glad we're able to do that song again.
Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:38 pm
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avatar wrote:
lovin' the bastid cuts on this.

one of my live show pet peeves is the person next you reciting word for word what the performer is saying as if to prove to everyone within an earshot that they are more down that the next man.


I dunno, at the last Seattle show, everyone around me was rapping along and clearly very excited about the entire thing, didn't seem that bad to me. I can understand during spoken words and everything but when the music is really loud and everyones into it? I don't really have a problem with people enjoying it how they see fit.
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