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Ghettoville

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Forgiven
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Street Corp.
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Corner
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Rims
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Contagious
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Birdcage
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Our
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Time
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Towers
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Gaze
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Skyline
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Image
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Don’t
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Rap
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Frontline
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Rule
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 69:23

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Abby Garnett

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01.27.14
Actress, Ghettoville
2014 | Label: Werkdiscs / Ninja Tune

Thanks to Darren Cunningham’s cryptic self-mythologizing, rumors swirled that the London producer’s latest LP as Actress, Ghettoville, might be his last: Press materials for the album ended with the statement “R.I.P. Music 2014.” As it turns out, though, Ghettoville only sounds like a door closing. Actress originally gained traction through sonically adventurous DJs like Richie Hawtin and Theo Parrish, who championed his hyperkinetic, uncategorizable post-dubstep. Now four albums into the project, Cunningham has morphed into… read more »

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