Wednesday, July 26, 2006

sole & doseone - A.D.D

From the now r@re Anticon Giga Single, released in 2001 after their first flurry of releases. It was a low priced compilation cd, showcasing forthcoming music and was packed with exclusive material. This song is one of many highlights.
'Making records is like raising kids' and sole and dose sound like desperate fathers who can't quite control what they've created. Alexander Kort (Subtle) brings an electro cello spine to a bare boned beat. The vocals are solo, stretched out and solemn until a chorus is approached and the rappers join together to tongue twist their way through to the conclusion that 'just because we're cool, doesn't mean that you can trust the white man'

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