Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Spectrum City, Public Enemy No. 1


@deanputney you do a great job imitating Ed.

I was just remarking the other day how I dislike the harpsichord, yet I love the little harpsichord bridge in the middle of Twilight 22’s Electric Kingdom–an electro classic for all time!!!

I’ve always wondered how Vanguard got in the rap game, since back in the day they were putting out folk records such as Celebrations For a Grey Day by husband and wife team Mimi and Richard Farina, better known as the author of the hippie novel Been Down So Long, Looks Like Up To Me and whom, after his accidental death, Pynchon dedicated Gravity’s Rainbow to. Knowing the Farina’s record from my mom’s collection, imagine my surprise to see the same imprint on Twilight 22. My, how times did change.

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