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Customer Reviews

Chuck in True form

I was first exposed to Chuck D. when he and his group Public Enemy did a song with Anthrax (Bring the Noise) which was featured on the 1988 soundtrack for the film Less then Zero. His voice was powerful, angry and captivating. I then saw Chuck D. live with PE when they opened for U2 at Dodger Stadium in 1992. Again, awesome music & stage presense. Over a decade later I still seek out music by Chuck D. which is a testamant to his creativity and soul. When I listen to "Fight the Power" or "Burn Holywood Burn" I forget what color I am and enjoy every once of black power that comes from his soulful sounds. Cheesy I know, but it's the truth. Having that said, It is safe to say that the song 'B-Side Wins Again" is almost as powerful as his early stuff. Although less racially motivated (and consequently less meaningful in my mind) this track is worth the dollar. Dj Spooky does a nice job mixing/cutting through out the track as he aims for success by appealing to the masses with techy guitar riffs, which inadvertantly makes it sound a bit commercial and nothing like what Terminator X used to do for tracks Chuck voiced over. All that aside, good mix of one of raps most influential singers and a solid rock/techno sound.

Great stuff.

Any NFS:MW fanatics should love this, as it not only an ingame track but also the pre-menu beat at the "Press Start" screen. Definite five for the DJ Spooky's solo session in the middle.

B-Side Wins Again...and Again...and Again

B-Side is simply an awesome song, great beats and just goes so well with a custom-ride background (as in NFS:MW, yo)


Born: September 6, 1970 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

DJ Spooky (That Subliminal Kid) emerged as one of the most noted proponents of turntablism, an approach to hip-hop and DJ'ing whose philosophy merges avant-garde theories of musique concrète with the increased devotion paid to mixing techniques beginning at the turn of the millennium. Influenced equally by John Cage and Sun Ra as well as Kool Herc and Grandmaster Flash, few artists have done more to mainstream the DJ-as-artist concept than him. Spooky was born Paul Miller in Washington, D.C. His...
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