Posts Tagged ‘beatheads’

0061 Madvillain – Sermon @ 0:18

Monday, January 11th, 2010

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“Now, full details of the offer later”

2nd post from this album, hey I’m getting excited for the 3rd one! Madlib has records for days, I can only imagine how extensive his collection is. When I interviewed him back in 2005, he said it was even better than DJ Shadows’. At the beginning of this song, he just lets a few of them play. They’re pretty weird, radio commercials and what not.

Sermon 0:18 – 1:07

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From Madvillainy 2, released on the internet in 2008.

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0003 Madvillain – 3.214 @ 0:06

0057 Group Home – Supastar @ 3:47

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

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From the heyday of hip hop, one of DJ Premier’s hottest beats. Classic! Lots of good parts but I’m going with the instrumental at the end.

Supastar 3:47 – 4:08

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From Livin’ Proof, released through Payday Records in 1995.

0043 Dr Who Dat – Viberian Twilight @ 1:32

Monday, August 17th, 2009

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A quick one for the beat heads, and to catch up. Jneiro Jarel records under the Dr. Who Dat alias for his beat albums. This one stands out because of how perfect the sound of the track matches its title.

At the 1:32 mark, it just bottoms out. I think I’ve said this before but a good one for the trunk if you’ve got a sound system in your car. A nice example of a post-Dilla instrumental without any samples.

Facebook friends – to listen to the track, check out the post on www.thebestpartsofsongs.com

Dr Who Dat – Viberian Twilight 1:32 – 2:25

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From Beyond 2morrow, released through Lex Records in 2009.