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9 thoughts on “ Slum Service (Served On The Sly) - The Locust - New Erections (CD, Album)

  1. Dec 10,  · Artist: The Locust Album: New Erections Year: Track: Artist: The Locust Album: New Erections Year: Track: 10 The Locust - Slum Service (Served On the Sly) YouTube; Book of Bot.
  2. New Erections is a studio album by American punk rock band the Locust. It was released on March 20, , via ANTI-, their second album for the label. The cover art is by Neil Burke. Track listing.
  3. Oct 12,  · The New Orleans institution hit their stride and raised the bar with ’s punishing second album, powerfully affirming the emergent underdog genre’s key sonic facets - wanton squalls of feedback, blackened blues riffing, nauseous lurches of tempo and Mike Williams’ broken glass gargle - against a backdrop of true-life squalour and struggle.
  4. Apr 21,  · A treat for Dilla fans worldwide, Slum Village opens the treasure box with, “The Lost Scrolls Vol. 2“.. It’s Slum Village’s 20th Anniversary from their completion date of the phenomenal classic recording “Fantastic Vol. 2” which featured Busta Rhymes, Pete Rock, D’Angelo, Kurupt, Q-Tip and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
  5. Get all the lyrics to songs on Mick Boogie presents: Dirty Slums and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  6. Apr 26,  · Slum Village may not be as active as they once were, especially during the days of Fantastic, Vol. 2 when they group consisted of J Dilla, Baatin and T3. Needless to say, that album .
  7. Jul 24,  · Instrumental: 'Special' perteneciente a Dirty Slums (), album de Slum Village. Tracklist: God Sent Music Hunger Church Fresh Turnin Me .
  8. Slum Service(Served on the Sly), a song by The Locust on Spotify. Slum Service(Served on the Sly) Featured on New Erections. More by The Locust. Molecular Genetics From The Gold Standard Labs. The Peel Sessions LP. The Peel Sessions. Plague .
  9. Fantastic funk from Sons Of Slum – a 70s Chicago combo with a sound that's as heavy as their name! You might know the group from some killer singles they cut for Stax in the early 70s – but this set features unreleased material from later in the decade, showing an even cooler band than on those earlier records! Instrumentally, these guys have the tightness of the young Earth Wind.

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