Sloppy Records | Steppin' Pirate

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Steppin' Pirate

by Sloppy Records

Slow, Dark and not like what you heard yesterday, not your moms polka.
Genre: Electronic: Dub
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1. Chinchiller
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2. Dread Lion (Remix)
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3. Plants and Animals
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4. Rag (Clicky Dub)
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5. Slmp Tram
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6. Steppin' Pirate
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7:14 $0.99
7. The Hustle
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8. Tiny Bird Dub
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Sloppy Records has been ten years in the making, creating over 250 songs. Now he feels ready to share them with the world at large. Reclusive and shy and constantly in a panic of self judgement, Its hard for him to let any of his music become public. But now the album Steepin' Pirate relesed on 7/1/08 is only a half of years work with many years of experience backing it. Steppin' Pirate brings you big beats and bass with a mix slow entertaining atmospheres... Samples here and their, yea... Its paying homage the once greats, as a contribution to the future of music and dance. Hate it or love it your still going to be talking about it.

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carl-ludwig of wuide wachl

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this is a very fine example of what i like to call "poor art" (arte povera) which means not that its content is poor, but it is made with simple (primitive) means, reduced to the essence (roots). it is the way of the people and also the way of the artist. remember what link wray, another great bruitist, had to say: "stars they rise and fall, but the artist develops".
mucho respecto for and muchas gracias to this lonely pirate in a sea of sound-shit,that plagues our ears daily.