Re: neptunes (Re: [acid-jazz] 21st century urban music observation.)

From: Olaf Molenveld (
Date: Thu Aug 22 2002 - 08:39:02 CEST

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    same sentiments here...i almost bought it blind cause of Lapdance, but then
    i listened to the rest, and it's some kind of Lenny Kravitz
    offense to Lenny but i was expecting a much rawer upfront sound like
    lapdance has..


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Erik Gaderlund <>
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    Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2002 4:04 AM
    Subject: Re: neptunes (Re: [acid-jazz] 21st century urban music

    > At 17:28 -0700 08/21/02, t-bird wrote:
    > >--- _dakati _ <> wrote:
    > >> speaking of the neptunes... I missed their
    > >> appearance on worldwide a few weeks back, but to my
    > >> suprise the bbc has temporarily archived a revealing
    > >> conversation w/ gilles peterson chatting it up w/
    > >> the duo N*E*R*D.... they've got quite an intersting
    > >> philosophy on the worldwide scene and having learned
    > >> a bit more about the two, it should be quite
    > >> intersting watching what happens....
    > >>
    > >
    > >
    > >i haven't checked the link, yet (no realplayer on the
    > >network at my job--what other players will deal
    > >w/that?). while i think it's cool the the 'tunes are
    > >running things w/their weird-ass approach to things
    > >(kinda like radiohead circa "kid a"), i'm still
    > >annoyed that they re-recorded their album (maybe they
    > >deal with why in the interview) and now it's some rock
    > >thing i can't stand.
    > >
    > >-t
    > Excatly!! I like their production on the hot singles they do (the was
    > a review of them in an Audiophile mag I read
    > ( you'll have to pay to read it), and I then
    > picked up the N*E*R*D album and really disliked it. As T said it's
    > much too rock to be interesting. Rather lame beats and vocals.
    > erik g

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