tirsdag 26. august 2008
Her får du et ferskt intervju med Oaklands egen AP.9 fra Mob Figaz gjort av kompisen Dj Pimp for Siccness.net
Stream her: http://siccness.net/media/interviews/ap9-interview-7-24-08.wma
Cuddie Mack har det med pyraminder om dagen. Av den grunn så poster jeg denne fine dokumentaren om pyraminder produsert av Discovery Channel.
Litt mere info:
Pyramids: The Ultimate Guide
Several thousand years have passed since their construction, and still, the enigma of the pyramids is not fully understood. The structures have survived all these years of natural weathering and damage inflicted by modern mankind. Through the magic of computer simulation, the viewer can experience the pyramids as they must have appeared to the ancient Egyptians who built them. Ultimate Guide: Pyramids also provides information on how the pyramids might have been constructed.
These are some of the world's greatest monuments. They combine colossal mass with precision engineering. For over 4,000 years they were unsurpassed, yet they were built by peasant societies with only simple tools. And the Egyptians weren't alone. From China to the Americas, pyramids were the crowning achievements of other civilizations around the world. While searches for treasure have always brought thieves and bounty hunters to the pyramids, the challenge for today's explorers is to reveal the amazing stories of the people who built them.
Last ned med torrent her: http://www.mininova.org/tor/1033367
Last ned med Rapidshare her:
mandag 25. august 2008
Moromannen Smoov-E har nok en gang sluppet noe syke greier. Hva skal man si om dette her da?! Han skal ha for at han kommer opp med funny og orginale thems. Jeg har ikke hørt mye på den nye skiva med navn Rusty Squeezebox -The Fornicating Cowboy enda,men man kan jo regne med at det det blir artige og perverse tekster. Er du hypp på skiva på mp3 så holla @ me på chatten.
Noen Smoov-E vids
Jeg kunne helt klart gitt en slant penger får å vært en flue på veggen når disse jesus freaks be actin a fool!
Ps: Legg merke til hun bitcha i blå genser og svart kjole dytte han ene karen.
Men etter å ha sett noe så forstyrrende, må vi nesten restituere oss med en classic Ugk låt!
søndag 24. august 2008
Fyllesyk?? Yes sir! Skal vi komme oss igjennom denne fyllesyken med en graffiti film fra Australia dere?
Another Day At The Office er en ganske så dope tog film.. Masse fresh live action..
Jeg fant ikke noe torrent, men oss internett thugz kan jo rapidshare!
lørdag 23. august 2008
Etter at Woodie døde så ble hele East Co Co records lagt på is. Nå er det vell Sav It Out Records som har slått seg opp som det ledenede labalet når det kommer til Norteno rap. Begge labels kommer ut av Antioch, CA. Big Tone som er boss for Sav it Out har tre fete skiver bak seg. Merceless, Rootz of all evil og Sly Slick N wicked. Med seg på labelet har han Davina som slapp The last laugh is mine i fjor og B-Dawg som har et album rett rundt hjørnet. Hvis du liker hard gangsta rap fra nord Califa så kan du vell prøve deg på et par Big Tone tracks!
Last de ned her: http://rapidshare.com/files/139409616/big_tone.rar.html
Peep Big Tone sin myspace her: http://www.myspace.com/bigtone_925
Big Tone driver også å jobber med en dvd. Han er ca. 85% ferdig med editing,så det blir nok ikke lenge til før den slippes. Vi kan jo kose oss med en trailer så lenge:
Jeg husker godt første gang jeg hørte denne låta. Det var på en av National rap show sine infamøse "ragga specials" en gang rundt 93-94. Noen uker senere dukket denne djevelen av en musikk video opp på Mtv og blåste en liten drittunge fra Skarnes ut av sofaen!
Dette er jo en blogg for gangsta rap/g-funk/p-funk, but still!!
supercat - ghetto red hot (hip hop mix)
Ps: Hvis du liker den slags så sjekk ut bloggen til Hella Saucy kompiser Raggabalder.
Joddski og Jan Steezy har en fjong blogg gående på: http://raggabalder.blogspot.com
fredag 22. august 2008
Goodie mob er en vikelig så fin og alternativ gjeng fra Atlanta Georgia bestående av Khujo, Cee-lo, T-Mo Goodie og Big Gipp. Etter et par riktig flotte album så fant Cee-Lo at han ikke gadd mer og starta for seg selv. En del av dere kjenner han kanskje best som Gnarls Barkley. Nå har vist gutta blitt kompiser igjen og ifølge Big Boi fra Outkast så jobbes det med nytt Goodie Mob album. Det så veldig mørkt ut for en Goodie Mob reunion etter Cee-Lo stakk og resten av gutta ga ut albumet One Monkey Don't Stop No Show,men la oss smøre oss inn med litt tålmodighet så kan vi nok vente oss nye Goodie Mob classics, Soul Food style!
Goodie Mob Reunites On Stage In AtlantaGoodie Mob is reuniting after years of the group disbanding and recording in factions.
Last evening, August 19th, all four original members joined together for an on-stage performance at The Tabernacle, in a concert gathering for Nelly.
The group performed classic singles "Black Ice" and "They Don't Dance No' Mo'," before a packed and overwhelmed crowd.
"When we all come back together as Goodie Mob it’s [gonna be the same] way the Panthers had to come back in to clean up their communities. So we’re probably not gonna make some good friends with the trappers and shit. And I’m not trying to knock nobody’s hustle but there has to be a balance. There’s no us anymore, no one else brave enough to pick up that torch and carry it even further. And [southern Hip Hop] is suffering because of it. But it’s suffering on such a scale that they even recognize it themselves. You may not even have to call their names out. I may not even have to do it because they do realize what a travesty it all is," Cee-Lo told DX in May.
The last time all four members united was in 2006, after a Gnarls Barkley tour stop.
Goodie mob - Cell therapy
Goodie Mob "Soul Food"
Goodie Mob featuring Outkast - Black Ice best quality
torsdag 21. august 2008
Jeg så denne dokumentaren for et par dager siden. Helt chill doku fra 1998, produsert av History Channel.
Litt mere info:
"Kneeling before a flaming cross, Klansmen and women take part in their sacred bonding, showing how secrecy and ritual aid the hooded order in a campaign for white supremacy. From its birth in 1866's Reconstruction South to a 1996 rally, this chronicle of hate talks to Julian Bond, Morris Dees Jr., the Grand Dragon, and Imperial Wizard."
Last ned her: http://rapidshare.com/files/5533177/History_Channel_-_Ku_Klux_Klan__A_Secret_History__1998.TVRip.SoS_.part1.rar
Chill fra CMV og Mc Eight har som sikkert mange av dere vet hatt en beef gående en god stund. Jeg tror ikke ting blir noe bedre av at denne hoodrat av en dame dukker opp på youtube og heller masse bensin på dritten. Litt av et stykke kvinnfolk!
onsdag 20. august 2008
Sonya C slapp sitt første album(Married to the mob) med dette herlige coveret på No Limit Records i 1993. Det er vell ikke så mange damer som har et like geed-up cover som Sonya har på denne skiva!
Når det kommer til albumet så er det riktig så oki. Beatsa er i mine ører fete som faen. Stemmen til Sonya er også riktig så kul,men flowen er vell ikke helt på topp. Jeg tror skive ble printa opp igjen i 1998 eller noe, så det er sikkert mulig å få tak i et eksemplar på e-bay til en rimelig pris.
Jeg slenger opp et par låter som du kan sjekke ut her:http://rapidshare.com/files/138633953/Ny_mappe.rar.html
Vil du ha hele skiva på mp3, så holla @ me på chatten eller noe
Det er jo en god stund siden The Rock-Pressure Makes Diamonds skiva slapp. Jeg tok den frem igjen for et par dager siden og jeg må inndrømme at denne har jeg faen meg sovet på! Sjekk for eksempel ut denne godsaken: http://rapidshare.com/files/138617636/san_quinn-07-run_the_block-cr.mp3.html
Noe som husker denne da fra The hustle countinues skiva??
san quinn - look what i've done for them
Peep Quinn`s myspace her: http://www.myspace.com/sanquinn
Her har du en ny Video fra Snoop Doggs " ny satsing" Dubb Union som består av Damini, Bad Lucc og Soopafly. Helt chille greier,men ikke noe banebrytende i mine ører.
Ps: Jeg har ikke fått oppdatert bloggen så mye i det siste pga. at fuckings blogspot er nede hele tiden.
søndag 17. august 2008
Det eneste som funker i kveld er film og fransk g-funk. Vi får nesten prøve oss på denne dvdeezlen her. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DPNGSGFL
torsdag 14. august 2008
Vi starter med en ny fast post her på bloggen. En gang i uka så finner vi frem et cover som vi Hella Saucy gutta setter pris på. Ops Ops, her kommer det til å dukke opp meget sære ting!
Jeg starter det hele med denne perlen av et cover. Dirt rett ut fra Louisiana valgte dette små syke coveret til Bring dat funk skiva si. Tja, jeg veit ikke helt hva jeg skal si. Coveret er fett,men satt meg ganske så ut første gang jeg så det. Albumet er en "tape only" relese,men skiva er på ingen måte noe å kimse av.
Ps: kom gjerne med kommentarer på coverne på chatten.
Jeg fant frem igjen det riktig så fine Mr. Ivan albumet 187 in a hockey mask fra 1994. Jeg synes for all del dere bør sjekke denne låta : http://rapidshare.com/files/137154584/02-mr._ivan-ruger_9-sut.mp3.html
Se på det herlige coveret da gutter og jenter! Blir ikke stort bedre en dette.
Ps: Hvis du er hypp på hele albumet på mp3 så bare holla @ me på chatten.
onsdag 13. august 2008
Her får du et rykende ferskt intervju av album aktuelle Cold 187um aka Big Hutch fra Above The Law gjort av fint folket bak Dubcnn.com
Dubcnn: Do you feel that you get enough credit for all that you have brought to the table and accomplished for the hip-hop culture?
I’m here to let the world know that I'm the one who created it [the original G-Funk sound], you know what I mean? So, basically, I mean [Dr] Dre had a situation to where he had [a chance] to let people know that he was highly influenced by a producer like myself, you know what I mean? That I'm the one that brought G Funk to the table -- but I think people think it's like I'm some kid that came up under Dre that's like a little bit bitter that I didn't get all my props from other things that I've done in the music industry, ya dig? And it's like I'm trying to jump on the bandwagon like everybody else and say ‘Well, Dre ain't this and Dre ain't that...’ and, you know, what I think what's bad is that I was Dr. Dre's understudy for a lot of years at Ruthless [Records], right? And when I created G-Funk, it was a more so situation to where it was more our coined flavor of Above The Law, so he kind of took some theories and ideas that I had and brought it over to Death Row.
Now I didn’t have a problem with that because, as I just explained to you, I was his understudy, no problem, you know what I’m saying, you know, you give some stuff, I give some stuff, we gel together, you know what I mean? What my problem was, when you’re addressed with it and you know ‘how did you find this new sound or whatever’, you didn’t say, ‘well, it’s this kid I worked with -- 187aka Big Hutch -- you know, so on and so on, I got the theory from him’ and he never really coined the fact of where it ever came from.
Snoop in turn came through us... Snoop was actually in development by me, I was developing Snoop as well as Warren G and they ended up turning the corner and ended up being at Death Row when there was a lot of turmoil going on at Ruthless Records. It’s alright, I’m just saying, if I get an idea from somebody, I should give them their props. It’s not like I’m saying he’s wack or anything, so I don’t want anybody [to think] that I have a problem with Dr. Dre, I love Dr. Dre. Dr. Dre, along with Eazy E are the guys who put me in the game; you know what I’m saying. But he broke camp and took a style that I innovated, you know, sorry! I came to Ruthless when Ruthless was built by Dr. Dre, you feel me? It was already built, ya dig? But I can say, I invented that style, that flavor…
Dubcnn: I was just thinking about that when you were talking and it’s crazy… not only can you [go back] and do the research, but when you listen to the albums that came out around the same time that Dre had his hands in [the production], when you listen to Livin’ Like Hustlers, it was so much more musical than anything at the time… and then they took that sound and embellished it and that’s what created the whole [G-Funk sound] – cause Straight Outta Compton it didn’t sound like that, it wasn’t that musical, with all that real instrumentation like you had it laid out…
The thing about it is, at the time, it went from a boom and a bap, to a baseline, to more like chord progression and changes, grooves and singing, you know what I mean?
Dubcnn: Yeah, melodic… Like you were saying earlier…
Yeah, the changes [sings melody], all the melodic tones…the goony sounding shit, all of those elements mixed into hip-hop.
Dubcnn: I was wondering, how much was Eazy E actually involved with the business aspect of Ruthless Records?
Well, you know, one hundred percent. And I think that he just loved music so much, and he was the shot caller when it came to that, so he had a lot to do with it in that aspect. He just said, ‘ok I can sell this’ he just could hear it and say he could sell it, you feel me? That’s how in-tune he was with his business.
Dubcnn: How much involvement did you have with Jerry Heller?
I dealt with Jerry day-to-day just as well as I dealt with Eric [Eazy E], you know. He was the office guy and Eric was the guy in the field. I could easily pick up the phone and talk to Jerry, the game wasn’t set up like that, you know…
Dubcnn: Was Jerry fair with you guys as far as business dealings?
Yeah, you know, the thing that I say is crazy and I never really knew all of the politics of NWA because that was their thing, but I can say that without Jerry, I don’t think that we would’ve achieved a lot [of the things] that we’ve achieved as a label because Jerry loved what we was doing – he’ll tell you he couldn’t understand it at the time, but he loved it. He lived in the music industry for a lot of years [and] I think he loved our passion, our drive, our focus for work and everything. We were all with big companies and we were saying some of the most outlandish shit in the world at the time. Who would stand up for that? Who would’ve gone up to bat for that? Who do you know that would go up to bat for that nowadays? You know what I’m saying? So think about it; he went to bat for us a lot of times. We was ‘Fuck everybody, Fuck the city, Fuck the police, Fuck these people, Fuck that,’ you know what I’m saying? He went in and backed us.
Dubcnn: Tell us about your new album, Straight Out The Pen?
I’m the type of person with media and with the press, I’m real, you know what I mean and when I came out with my album I wanted to put me on the record, and I’m saying whatever I want to say and however I was feeling. I don’t want to have people in the studio like ‘oh, I wouldn’t say that…’ you know, or “I wouldn’t talk about that…’ I didn’t wanna have that. Because that’s the type of industry that we in now, so you know, I’ll take you guys on different kinds of journeys musically on this record…but it’s straight-forward.
Dubcnn: Being both an artist and a musician, and being locked up, how did you deal with not having studios around, or not having instruments, etc?
I composed probably 80 percent of my album in my head and it’s funny, because the last twelve months of being incarcerated, I actually wrote my music out really, because what I did at the last place I was at, it only had like acoustic instruments, it only had like piano – you couldn’t program there, basically. What I had to do with all the music that I had wrote in my head – cause you do write in your head – I went and played all the melodies out on the piano and got all the music laid out before I got home. I wrote what was in my head, all the changes, every instrument that I wanted, I wrote it down on the music chart. I wrote that record all the way out, so when I got home I composed it out the same way. My focus was to do my time and go home and to get back to my career…that’s it.
Dubcnn: I remember when I was reading that Tupac article in Vibe when he was in prison and that he felt his soul was dead and he couldn’t think about any kind of music until he got out, and then he went on and recorded, All Eyes On Me…
I couldn’t do music in the penitentiary. I did my time like a convict, not like a jukebox, I didn’t go around rapping to everybody, I didn’t go around rapping in every circle, I didn’t go around telling mutha-fuckas I had a million songs, you know what I’m saying? It’s funny like how Pac was saying it, ‘cause when you first get locked up that’s how you feel. Like the first [several] months when I was locked up, I didn’t think about doing nothing but doing time, you know, I didn’t think about nothing. And then at one point, I was like well shit I’m here, I gotta think about when I get out. What am I gonna do when I get out? So I had to start thinking about the outside, you know what I mean? I couldn’t ball up like that. I mean the one thing you do – and I agree with Pac – is your reflection on it, because the things that happened to me after I got home was the real blueprint for Straight Out The Pen. You’ll wonder what happened to me when I was in the penitentiary. Because, guess what, all I had to do every day is do my time. And I’m going to agree with Pac on that because, on one note, I’m gonna keep it real with ya’ll, the one thing is that you don’t get no extra privileges, you are a convict in there.
After you understand that you are in the penitentiary and go through that time, it’s about getting out, you know. It’s not about being in there, trying to trip off of being a convict cause you’ll be stuck, man, cause one day you’re gonna get out. That’s like if Pac wouldn’t have got out like he got out, eventually he would’ve had to start planning what he was going to do when he got out of the penitentiary. It just so happened for him, right when it started clicking for him, he end up getting out of that shit, you know? See me, I had to do my time basically, I did my time. I bought my time. Not to say that he didn’t [do] his time, he did time there as well, but a lot of things he talks about like when he say in “Hail Mary” ‘the penitentiary is packed with promise makers never realize the precious time the bitch niggaz is wasting’ – it’s full of that, it’s full of mother-fuckas making promises and dreaming and all that and never realizing and I just refused to sit around and die in there, for real, I mean I refused to let my soul die in there. One thing my mother and my father asked me anytime they talked to me – my father he’s passed away and everything, but my biological mother and foster dad they still living and everything – and they asked me questions, but the most that they wanted to know [while I was in there] was my soul, how was my soul? I said well they ain’t take my soul yet, so, I’m good.
You come out alright, you come out a better man, you know what I mean? So anytime we allow something like that to take our spirit and our soul away, we might as well die in there. If you ain’t willing to push that lie to do that time, don’t speak on it, don’t put yourself in that position because when it come, it’s real. And that’s one of my biggest messages: be responsible for the things you do, you know what I’m saying, because I was. When it got down to the down and dirty, and this may not pertain to anything in your interview but put it down - when it came to muther-fuckas asking me would I cooperate with them, I said no, I’ll do time in the penitentiary. [I would never snitch] because me as a man, I’d done the crime, ya dig? I’m not gonna tell on nobody, when I done the crime that ya’ll got me for. You feel me? I’m not gonna do that, I’m not gonna send nobody to jail – I didn’t go to three months of police academy and a [become a cop], I’m not gonna do that to get outta trouble, you know what I’m saying? I’m gonna do my time so all you people chasing this and chasing that, these youngsters or whatever, I try to give it to them on the real like, hey, I hope you can do the time you know what I’m saying, cause I know young dudes coming in on the block chasing that pack ,got thirty, got life, you know what I’m saying? So I hope you ready for that side of it, because it’s a reality of the shit.
All those things that we sit up and talk about it’s real, homie, I did time in the penitentiary it’s not a dream you guys, it’s not a Hollywood story homie, it’s not a Bobby Brown slap on the wrist story. I was in there eating soup like everybody else. I had a number, I had to stand up everyday at 4:00, I became like a F-cking piece of cattle homie. You know what I’m saying? It’s real, homie. I lost my family, I lost a lot of my friends in this entertainment business homie, because of that, homie, because of me doing shit, some punk ass bull shit, to live a lifestyle that’s not suiting for nobody, homie. I’m real, homie. You know, I’m still a dude that you can’t come in my face and stand toe to toe to me and talk sideways to me and me not take your mother-fuckin head off. But I’ll say something real to you: don’t be out there playing those games, they got a place for you, they got a place for you. You wanna be big paid with the big bling and shine, go get a job, save up your money and shine; don’t be on the block chasing the pack cause dude got something for ya’ll, you know what I’m saying? So, I’m a keep it one hundred with ya’ll. This is me talking – this is 187 talking, the dude that talked more shit than the law has allowed. But when it’s real, it’s real. You better get focused and stop living in a lie…
Dubcnn: That’s deep…. real deep. Earlier [in the interview] you said something like Snoop actually started out at Ruthless?
Yeah, he did, he was brought to us by Warren G – Warren G used to sleep on my floor, he used to always tell me about this kid named Snoop, I said we’ll reach out, man, you know what I’m saying, lets give him a call, so Snoop came, he reached out, he’s incredible, you know and so we started developing some ideas for Snoop. What happened in the situation was the camp broke up. They ended up deciding to go with Dre; we ended up deciding to stay at Ruthless, so there it is.
Dubcnn: I never knew that part of the story…
That’s real talk. He [Snoop] was always around and Dr. Dre came and asked me what I thought about him, he said I’m thinking about fucking with dude, what do you think about him? I was like, he’s incredible, he can pop out freestyles like crazy, you know what I’m saying, I’d fuck with him, he’s like oh, ok. He was already on the wire, I tell you the truth, he was already on the wire. If you notice, if you look at the Deep Cover soundtrack I have music on the Deep Cover soundtrack as well as Snoop. That’s another thing; I was supposed to be on the Deep Cover record. They just imitated my voice. That’s why he say it like that “cause it’s 187 on an undercover cop”. You know, it’s time for the truth to be told, I know it’s gonna hurt a lot of people but it needs to be told.
Last ned en låt fra Big Hutch(Fresh out the pen) nye album her: http://rapidshare.com/files/137136122/07-cold_187um-get_your_weight_up__feat._hazmadic_.mp3.html
Jeg snubla over noen utrolig sjeldne Khayree låter fra 1985! Hvis du ikke veit hvem Khayree er, så er han mannen som står bak noen av de råeste beatsa som har kommet ut av Califa noen gang! Mannen har har produsert for folk som Mac Dre, The Mack, Mac Mall, Ray Luv, Dubee, Young lay osv osv.
Last ned 2 singler med Khayree & The Luvva Twins her: http://rs284.rapidshare.com/files/135736104/Khayree___The_Luvva_Twins_-_2_Singles_from_1985.rar
Khayree har dratt igang YBB records igjen med en ny rooster så dette kan bli spennende. Peep Myspacen til Ybb her for mere info:http://www.myspace.com/ybbrecords
Trailer til WHO IS KHAYREE? The Young Black Brotha Story
Den godeste Oral Bee har spilt inn en riktig så fin "coverversjon over Tha Eastsidaz "G'd Up beaten. Låta kan du sjekke ut på bloggen til Oral som du finner her: http://oralbee.blogspot.com/
Hvis du ikke har hørt den super saucy exlusiven som Big Bad Beezy Loc lagde til oss Hella Saucy gutta, så kan du laste den ned her: http://www.zshare.net/download/169961093e2bee5c/
Peep Myspacen til Oral Bee her:http://www.zshare.net/download/169961093e2bee5c/
East Palo Altos Mac & Ak fyller år i dag.(de er tvillinger). Av den grunnen så synes jeg at du bør sjekke ut musikkens deres. Det er jo godt mulig at du bumper disse O.G gutta fra the bay allerede?Men hvis dette er nye saker for deg så har du noe å glede deg til!
Last ned Way to Saucy albumet her:http://rapidshare.com/files/137084907/Mac___A.K._-_Way_To_Saucy_-.rar.html
Mac & Ak på Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/macnak
tirsdag 12. august 2008
Det har vært stille rundt Fetty Chico aka Spice 1 etter han ble skutt i vinter. Spice lå og sov i bilen sin i oppkjørselen til mora si når en kar prøvde å bryte seg inn i bilen hans. Det hele endte med at innbruddstyven skjøt Dr. bomb from the bay i brystet.
Spice er i studio om dagen og jobber med nytt album. Etter hva jeg har hørt så kan vi vente oss et album på høyde med 187 He Wrote, Amerikkka`s Nightmare og Black Bossalini.
Mens du venter så kan du jo kose deg med denne flotte og nye slappern av en låt: http://www.zshare.net/audio/16887867bc8b4ba0/
torsdag 7. august 2008
tirsdag 5. august 2008
Hella Saucy spiller på Baronen nå på Fredag. Så får på deg Dickies og Chucks og kom innom Kirkegata 34 for Gangsta rap Hella Saucy style... Blir vell en god blanding av mye forskjellig g-shit denne kvelden.. Vi kan sikkert sette opp et par på lista, så holla hvis du er down for liste..
mandag 4. august 2008
Her har du fire nye og herlige sendinger fra gangsta rap radio numero uno! Jeg blir bare mer og mer stoka på hva disse franske folka får til.
Lytt her: http://www.187radio.net/ (stream eller pod-cast)
Her kan du også streame: http://www.187show.com/
Her har du perfekt musikk for seine kvelder!
søndag 3. august 2008
Jeg husker denne slapp for en ca.10-14 år siden eller noe. Jeg fikk aldri sett den da, så det var fett at jeg fant den på nettet nå. Murder was the case er en dokumentar sak om snoop. Du får også noen fine misikk videos.
Last ned her:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7O6AITY9
Denne vidoen er litt av en raritet! Darkroom, Spm fra Texas og Shadow fra Sør Califa. Er ikke ofte at norteno rappere jobber med folk fra sør. De sjekka vist Shadow for tats før de gjorde låta. Det som er funny er at Shadow har faktisk begynnt å clame sur de siste åra.
Last ned her: http://www.sendspace.com/file/8tnren
Har du hørt om gjengen med navnet The almighty Gaylords?(ordet gay hadde en annen betydning før om åra) Gaylords er en legendarisk hvit gjeng fra Chicago.De har en ganske så rik og spennende historie.Du kan ikke kødde med Greaser kulturen(Vi sankker The Warriors type of shit). Ikke la navnet lure deg, disse gutta var/ er knall harde! Gjengen starta på 50 tallet og hadde sine heydays på 70 og 80 tallet. Nå er gjengen nesten ikke aktiv lenger,men det skal vist være noen få igjen som er aktive. Ta å sjekk ut hjemmesiden deres. Mye fet historie og art. Ser du bort fra det halv rasistiske greiene, så er har de en ganske så utrolig historie bak seg. Peep hjemmesiden her: http://www.gaylords712.com/bindex.html
Her får du en liten,men riktig så fin dokumentar om The almighty Gaylords