Chopped and Screwed music compilation

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9 Responses to “Chopped and Screwed music compilation”

  1. hohum says:

    Neat site, and this is a good collection of tracks. But am I correct in guessing that these are just that — collections of tracks — and not continuous mixes?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Prune Juice.

  3. Evil Paul says:

    Holy crap, that mix has a new Burial track, I think I’m going to buy it based in that alone.

  4. Rob Thornton says:

    14 Tracks is a great way to dig a wide range of adventurous tracks across all sorts of avant-weird genres. Each 14 track collection costs around 8.99 GBP but I have always been happy with my purchases. My favorite so far is Echospace Exclusives, a marvelous set of dub techno.

  5. jbldb says:

    I consider myself a fanboy of some more grating forms of electronica, but I think I need to be high on cough syrup to truly appreciate this kind of music. The beats are just … too… slow…

  6. Anonymous says:

    I think the reference to Robitussin is also to the dextromethorphan (DXM) ingredient.

    See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recreational_use_of_dextromethorphan

    • Anonymous says:

      As the first poster says, the drinking of cough syrup in this manner is almost entirely for the DXM content. It’s a powerful dissociative hallucinogen.

  7. humanresource says:

    I loved it. Definitely getting this album. Is the cough syrup sold separately?

  8. bjacques says:

    DJ Screw was Houston’s best kept musical secret for years. But the timing is OK. It’s been too long since they were last put on the musical map, by the Geto Boys.

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