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SONGS

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Intro - Year 3000 Style
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Somebody to Love
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Pressure
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Skanker
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Love No More
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Opium
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Dirty Sexy
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Be Free
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Thunder
Artist: Bonnie McKee, Rusko
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Doll Da Beats (Old School Edition)
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Mek More Green
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Asda Car Park
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Whistle Crew
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M357
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 48:20

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Philip Sherburne writes about music for SPIN, Wondering Sound, The Wire, Resident Advisor and elsewhere, with a particular focus on electronic music (for dancin...more »

06.19.12
Making dubstep less a format than a platform
2012 | Label: Downtown Records / The Orchard

Perhaps Rusko never set out to be dubstep’s chief ambassador to the Americas — first with screw-faced bangers like “Cockney Thug,” which suited the aggressive tastes of stateside fans weaned on rock, and then with his debut album, O.M.G., which had just enough variety to appeal to listeners not yet ready for an hour of unremitting wobble. (Getting signed to Diplo’s Mad Decent label didn’t hurt, either; an anointing from the king of coolhunting does… read more »

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