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:"The Birth of Cairo"

After having listened for years to the ORIGINAL band "Cairo", this guys seems to either be making a mockery of the well-established prog-rock band by the same name, or else he's just oblivious to the fact that they had the name established long before his recordings of profane, misogynistic ramblings. I don't know if he's on drugs, but that at least could be an excuse as to why his album sounds like a poor attampt at rap, and an even worse 'dis' on the heavy, orchestrated, thoughtful progressive rock of the "real" Cairo group. Not even in the same league. Avoid this at all costs.


Genre: Erotica

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cairo was formed in San Francisco, CA, in the early '90s by Mark Robertson (keyboards, vocals), Alec Fuhrman (guitars, vocals), Jeff Brockman (drums, percussion), Rob Fordyce (bass), and Bret Douglas (lead vocals). The group self-produced their eponymous debut at their home studio, releasing it in 1994 on the Magna Carta label. The album showed a heavy ELP-influenced keyboard sound and high-pitched vocals that bore similarities to Yes's frontman, Jon Anderson. The band spent two years working on...
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The Birth of Cairo, Cairo
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Aug 30, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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