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J-Fader - Blow Up The Line EP flac album Performer: J-Fader
Title: Blow Up The Line EP
Style: House
Released: 2012
MP3 album: 1508 mb
FLAC album: 1182 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MIDI MMF FLAC VOX XM MP2 MP4
Genre: Electronic

Spooky melodies and a killer bassline that bring a party nicely out of warm-up mode. It's from DMX Krew's new album, Glad To Be Sad, out next month.

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In Phoebe Bridgers's FADER cover story, meet the sweeter, stranger side of an artist you might otherwise think was only sa. Phoebe grew up with her younger brother Jackson, named for Jackson Browne, in a home filled with vinyl records: Joni Mitchell, Hank Williams, the Pretenders, Dar Williams, and Neil Young. This summer, Phoebe teamed up with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus to write a six-song EP, boygenius, to be released on Matador in November, when they’ll all head out on tour together. It’s a collaboration of hyperbolic emotions and playful derisions that’s clearly designed to be played crazy loud - even, or especially, when it’s just the three of them harmonizing.

Kurtis Blow is the self-titled debut album by American rapper Kurtis Blow. It was released in 1980 by Mercury Records. The record includes the song "The Breaks", which was often sampled later in hip-hop records, mainly for its introduction made by Blow's a cappella vocal, and for the drum break, giving a wordplay dimension to the title. Rappin' Blow, Pt. 2" was issued as a single that had a do-it-yourself B-side, the instrumental version.

The legendary Blow Up club - now in our 25th year. From the centre of the 90s Brit Pop explosion in London, England to beyond.

Their first new studio album of all-new material in three years, 1988's Blow Up Your Video turned out to be their most successful album since 1981's For Those About To Rock, even though it was chock full of filler. The driving album opener, "Heatseeker," turned out to be a surprising Top Ten single in the . while the anthemic "That's the Way I Want to Rock n' Roll" proved to be another highlight (video clips were filmed for both songs, as well).

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1 Blow Up The Line 6:43
2 Blow Up The Line (JR From Dallas Remix)
Remix – JR From Dallas
3 Beware J-Faders Coming 6:40
4 Beware J-Faders Coming (Alex Augello Remix)
Remix – Alex Augello
5 Mo Sax Please 6:24
6 Mo Sax Please (Pha5e & Furmit Remix)
Remix – Pha5e*, Furmit