Saturday, April 17, 2010

Freestylin' Dorks

Whenever a certain group of my friends of mine get together (and after about 100 beers), the freestyle dis-a-thon begins. There's a couple of tracks we hold sacred for these events, some that come to mind are X-Ecutioners "Premier's X-Ecution" from Built From Scratch and "Simon Says" from Pharoahe Monch's Internal Affairs. One of the more fun tracks is from the 2002 flick The Transporter. Not a band (albeit mindless) way to waste 90 minutes, the best part is definitely when Jason Statham destroys a house of mobsters in time to a phat cut-up scratch track. I feel sorry for the folks who bought the U.S. version of the soundtrack (music inspired by, blah... blah) hoping to get their hands on that particular tune because it wasn't on it - you had to find the French release for the actual audio used in the movie. D.J. Pone And Drixxxe's "Fighting Man" is that awesome tune, perfect for kicking in doors at some gangster's mansion or telling your friends that you think their wife is sick and they got a small dick. Prick.

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