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The Money Store Audiolibro, CD, Letras explícitas

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Hailing from Sacramento, California, Death Grips was formed in late 2010 and consists of vocalist Stefan Burnett and production team Zach Hill & Andy Morin. Their track “Guillotine” became Time Out NY’s No.1 single of 2011. As a follow up to their critically acclaimed debut Ex Military, Death Grips release two albums on 2012 on Epic Records. The Money Store will includes the new song “Blackjack”. The live setup consists of Burnett on vocals, Morin on keyboards and Hill on drums.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It's not for everyone, But it's for Society 25 de marzo de 2016
Por Colby C. Mauro - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Look, this album isn't for everyone. I'm gonna start with that hard truth. It's hardcore by anyone's standards, whether your favorite musicians are The Ink Spots or Kanye West. I'm a big fan of 80's Hardcore Punk Rock, and this is hardcore as hell by my standards; and I love every second of it.

This is what music exists for. This is pure substance over style. This album is far from sexy. This album is far from polished. This album defines the word raw and grit in musical terms more than most any other music that exists. Heavy gansta rap talking about literally murdering other human beings is softer than this album, even though this album doesn't mention a single drive by. This album makes death metal sound like whiny b***es complaining about nothing. While this album doesn't carry the same substance, I would say this album almost has the same impact as Fugazi or Kendrick Lamar (two artists I respect more than almost any other).

Again, this album isn't for everyone. It's loud. It's abrasive. If you don't enjoy hip-hop you probably won't enjoy this album. If you do enjoy hip-hop, it's almost equally unlikely that you will enjoy this album. If you enjoy music that pushes music of all genres, period, this album is exclusively for you. In fact, Death Grips entire work exists for you, and if you haven't heard them yet, this is the album you should be putting your money on above any and all others from any artist in existence.

The first song song here, 'Get Got', is probably the most poppy song in all of Death Grips library, so if you don't enjoy it you should just give up on the artist all together (...and you should give up on music all together,,, just listen to the radio, they'll tell you what's good for you, and then you can listen to all the Nickleback your little, useless, heart can desire). Beyond that, however, it's an emotional rollercoaster. The songs aren't political. The themes aren't as cohesive as, say, early Modest Mouse.

That's what makes this album beautiful, though. It's wholly subjective. I can almost guarantee no one else heard this album in exactly the same way I did within the several listenings I've given it. I can almost guarantee no one else will hear what I hear, and I can almost guarantee no one else will hear what you hear. For those who can't interpret what I'm saying here, in my opinion the inability to pick an album apart and create a shared experience is what makes an album truly timeless. It will sound just as good by the standards of 2116 as it does by the standards of 2016, because in spite of the cultural changes that may occur between then and now, the emotions expressed here have always been experienced and will always be experienced. It helps that the emotions expressed are subjective. I promise a 20th anniversary remaster of this album, when that comes along, won't sound much different than today's version of the album, and that's because the point of this album is clear in how unclear it is.

Music that doesn't try to appeal to the lowest common denominator tends to be the most timeless. The most timeless music tends to be the best music. Based on that, I'm willing to say that 20 years from now, after the current glitz and glam of todays music has worn off and has become dated, this album will remain one of the greatest of all time. Where it lands on the list presented is unknown to me currently, however it already belongs in the top 500 albums of all times. After contemporary music becomes historical, I'm confident it will be in the top 100. After that historical best gets old enough to no longer be timeless, I'm will to bet it will easily fit in the top 50 or even top 20 albums of all time.

This album is the definition of a classic. Buy it, listen to it over and over again. It sounds just as fresh 20 listens in as it did the first listen. After all the albums released in the same year as The Money Store become only playable on 'classic; stations, songs from this album will remain just as relevant on more contemporary stations for years to come, and that's why this album comes with my highest recommendation. This album isn't for everyone, and you probably won't think it's for you on a first listen, but I know it's impact will last longer than your, or my, lifetime. This is an all time great, and unlike much of the music I love of today, which I know won't last more than 15 years, I believe this album to be timeless. It sounds as good as any song or album from the 1930s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s and will sound the exact same in the 2030s, 40s, 50s, etc.

This album has my highest recommendation. It's currently in my top 20, and as the albums I currently place above it show their age I can imagine it will pierce my top 10 favorites. It's worth every cent you might spend on it. It's worth the purchase of the digital, the CD and the vinyl. If it was or is produced in cassette, it's worth that money too. (I'm sure it's not, but if cassette ever becomes cool again, though it won't, because unlike vinyl, its sound are in every way inferior to CD, digital and even vinyl... i guess it's above 8 track, but that's like saying paint is is better used in art than is blood. That seems obvious, but at some point it wasn't).

This album is an all time great. College essays about this important album are being written as a type, and this album will remain great beyond the day the musicians involved, and myself, die. This album will have many haters, as it doesn't fit neatly within the culture of the time it was created within, but it does fit within the culture of human kind. It matches the emotions and mindsets of the average person in Greece, in Rome, in Dark Ages Europe, in any placce in the universe. This is an album about the human struggle, and anyone who's human should listen to it.

Again, this album has my highest recommendation, even above many albums I personally currently enjoy more than this. This album, I believe, will survive longer in any society than some of the albums I prefer over this. If you haven't heard it before, I'd recommend the purchase of 'The Money Store' by Death Grips above most other music purchases. Culturally, this album is one of the best of my lifetime. I'ts worth every cent. I hope everyone who reads this, and gives this album a chance, can enjoy this music as much as I have and do.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fantastic Album. 27 de abril de 2012
Por Kyle Herod - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This album is definitely not for everyone. Its visceral, full of aggressive emotions and in your face throughout. Was it for me? The answer is hell yes. Every song is diffrent from the other and has alot more variety then their mixtape Exmilitary which was still a phenomenal tape in my book. Songs on this range from atmospheric to mosh pit crazy. Replay value is huge on this thing as well. I lost count how many times ive listened to it but i have not grown tired of it. To put it siimply, i love this album and cannot wait for their next release later this year "No Love." If you havent heard any of Death Grips music and want to hear the hip hop genre being pushed to the boundaries, do not pass this masterpiece up.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I love Death Grips ! But.... 7 de agosto de 2015
Por Breezy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I love Death Grips and so does my boyfriend. I ordered this cd for him for his birthday and it shipped really quick even with a short delay. The only reason it's 4 stars instead of 5 is because the cd I ordered came with 2 different cracks in the case. I don't know if it was shipped like that or if that just happened...but it's definitely a disappointment..
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Hobocore, Aye Aye 21 de julio de 2012
Por NoMoreMrNiceGuy - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Ok, ok, picture this. What would happen if Chuck Norris was born black, you stole him, injected him with a superhuman mutant virus, gave him a jazz drummer, removed his teeth and asked him to dance on a broken keyboard?
Death Grips.
There aren't too many words that could describe this happy amalgamation of elements that has decided to combine their forces and create this chaos. I read someone on the vast net call it 'Hobocore', and so that's what it is. But, there is a slight intelligence behind it all that a hobo cannot give you. Their former album began with a short and crazy Manson clip. Just like Manson, Death Grips teeter between otherworldly, babbling psychosis, yet carrying a charming intelligence that is impossible to contain. The Money Store CAN be described by two words: raw energy.
I highly recommend, if you are into metal, rap, or anything stretching boundaries, that you BUY the album. Each song offers something different. While you're there, try and obtain a copy of Ex-Military which was a collection of songs offered by Death Grips as a free download on their website. Between the two, The Money Store is perhaps a slightly more buoyant, but no less-focussed album.
This is music that is truly accessible only to people who want to access inaccessible music: a lot of people will avoid it because of its cover. The Money Store, like any output this group has, or will put out, is devoid of commercialism and is made for people who like music undefined by genre or expectations.
As I write, they already have plans to release their next album this year.
Get up to date with Death Grips, and enjoy them here and now.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I like this album 18 de octubre de 2016
Por Romeo Santiago - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I like this album, especially Get Got and Lost Boys. I've heard their previous mixtape(album?), Exmilitary was amazing although I have to admit that it took some time to appreciate the unique sound.

The Money Store keeps its unique sound from their previous project Exmilitary while also adding new material. If you enjoyed Exmilitary you will enjoy The Money Store.


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