can’t find the track listing but shit is dope yo!!!!!!!

http://www.filestube.com/a945b27fa6552a4c03e9/go.html

Tyler the Creator

April 30, 2011

The following tracklist was confirmed by iTunes.[9]

No. Title Length
1. “Goblin”    
2. “Yonkers”   4:11
3. “Radicals”    
4. “She” (featuring Frank Ocean)  
5. “Transylvania” (produced by Left Brain)  
6. “Nightmare”    
7. “Tron Cat”   4:15
8. “Her”    
9. “Sandwitches” (featuring Hodgy Beats) 4:51
10. “Fish”    
11. “Analog” (featuring Hodgy Beats)  
12. “Bitch Suck Dick” (featuring Jasper Dolphin & Taco)  
13. “Window” (featuring Domo Genesis, Frank Ocean, Hodgy Beats & Mike G)  
14. “AU79”    
15. “Golden”    
Bonus tracks
No. Title Length
16. “Burger” (featuring Hodgy Beats)  
17. “Untitled 63”    
18. “Steak Sauce”  

You know how you don’t think there were any hot women in, like, 1910, because subconsciously you don’t think that anything old can’t be as good as what we have now, even though there were obviously women walking around during the Civil War with bodies like Angela Lova Luv? Or, to use another example, you don’t think anyone who played in the NFL in the 60s could step on the field with today’s players, no matter how legendary they were? Come on, you know what I’m talking about, even if those were some of the most convoluted sentences I’ve ever written.

Well the same holds true for rap. Even though hip-hop heads have all the respect in the world for the old school, there’s still this sense that dudes way back when couldn’t outrhyme today’s best rappers. This rare footage from a 1989 battle between Lord Finesse and Percee P proves otherwise. These dudes could rhyme. Goddamn. No wonder why this is considered one of the greatest battles ever.

EgoTrip has an interview with Lord Finesse breaking down the battle that’s worth checking out, and just because it’s never to late to judge, I threw up a poll below (Percee P is the guy who rhymes first, for the record). Have at it.

   

The EP consists of five tracks that were written shortly after the K.O.D. album was completed. The beats that appear on the EP had been selected by the artist for inclusion on his previous studio album K.O.D. and he already had titles in mind for them, but he ended up filling the alloted time on the CD before writing to the selected beats.[5][6] The EP, just like K.O.D., is broken up into 3 sections: “Anger”, “Madness” and “The Hole”.

     TECH N9NE- THE LOST SCRIPTS OF K.O.D.

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With his fantastic cinema debut WHOLETRAIN Florian Gaag tells the story of a crew of four “writers” – David, Tino, Elyas und Achim – who observe the hierarchies, the values, the rules and the codes of the graffiti scene. Night after night they make off for the subway stations of the city, intent on leaving opulent images behind. But as another crew appears on the scene, and the four feel challenged, a creative battle ensues, one that will change the lives of these young people for ever. We are confronted with life taken to the limit. Constantly on the edge of legality. Always on the run from the law. Urban space must be reclaimed. Friends are made and lost. Unbridled creativity and doing things for the sheer love of it are watchwords too.

WHOLETRAIN is an exciting and emotionally gripping drama, one that explores for the first time the secret universe of the graffiti scene. The protagonists exist in a breathless state, suspended somewhere between two worlds: their day to day life, and their existence within the crew. Florian Gaag manages to recount a tale coloured by tension and aggression. The result is a many-sided portrait of characters whose world has never been documented in this way before. Their subculture remains authentic and realistic. Edgy editing and grandiloquent camerawork, a pulsating soundtrack and an excellent ensemble of actors, make WHOLETRAIN a film experience not to be missed.

The soundtrack was written and produced by Florian Gaag, who worked with legendary figures like Hip Hop greats KRS-One, Freddie Foxxx, O.C., Planet Asia, Afu-Ra, Grand Agent, Tame One, Akrobatik and El Da Sensei. Florian Gaag also collaborated with internationally renowned graffiti artists. Writers such as Neon, Won, Cemnoz, Pure and Ciel, who were responsible for the artwork.

QUOTES:

KRS-ONE:
“Florian Gaag has an excellent movie out. I am really proud to be part of that project. “Wholetrain” is the dopest graffiti movie ever. I would put “Wholetrain” next to the great movies, right up next to “Style Wars”. I thought that “Wholetrain” really captured Hip Hop’s culture.”

CHARLIE AHEARN (director of “WILD STYLE”):
“I saw “Wholetrain” at S.O.B.’s in New York, It was a great experience watching it. There was a tremendous amount of character development, interesting dialogue and a lot of story in it. It took real vision to make that world come alive like that. “Wholetrain” is an impressive piece of work . It´s the only Graffiti-Movie that can follow in the footsteps of “Wild Style.”

HENRY CHALFANT (author and photographer of “SUBWAY ART”, co-producer of the documentary “STYLE WARS”):
“Wholetrain” exhibits the human dimensions of Graffiti-Writing. The social conflict between the protagonists is fascinating and allows one to take a look at the writers´real lives, their real characters, and real problems. “Wholetrain” is a great film that not only reflects writing culture but also leaves room to portray authentically the writers´ social reality.”

KET (graffiti-writer from New York):
“I loved the movie. I thought that “Wholetrain” represented the scene the best – ever. It really captured what writers go through and their struggles; they were humanized, they weren’t caricatures. I appreciate that. I remember that it made me feel that I was there with those guys, living with those guys. It took me back to a time when I was living the way those kids were living. I thought it was very authentic in that sense.”

AWARDS:

-Urban World Vibe Fim Festival New York – Best Narrative Feature Film
-Kiev International Film Festival Molodist – Best Feature Film & Audience Award
-Cologne Conference – Best Feature Film
-Starter Film Award – City of Munich
-Sarajevo International Film Festival – Best Youth Film
-Exground International Film Festival – Best Youth Film
-Boston International Film Festival – Best Narrative Feature Film
-HipHop Odyssey International Film Festival New York – Best Narrative Feature Film Berlin International Film Festival – Special Mention “Dialogue En Perspective”
-3 Grimme Awards: (Screenplay / Direction: Florian Gaag), Camera (Christian Rein), Editing: Kai Schröter)
-Prenominations for the German Fim Awards in six categories (Best Film, Best Editing, Best Set Design, Best Score, Best Sound Design, Best Costume)

FILM FESTIVALS:

-BANFF World Television Festival, Banff, Canada, June 2009
-Festival Augenblick, Strasbourg, France, March / April 2009
-Best of Input Ghana 2009, Accra, Africa, March 2009
-Les Enfants dé Cinema, Charleville Mezieres, France, February 2009
-Scanorama 2008, Vilnius – Kaunas – Klaipeda, Lithuania, November 2008
-Best of Input Poland 2008, Warschau, Polen, October 2008
-Best of Input Brazil 2008, Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 2008
-Input 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa, May 2008
-Bursa International Silk Road Film Festival (in competition), Bursa, Turkey, December 2007
-Asheville Film Festival, Asheville, NC, USA, November 2007
-Sao Paulo International Film Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 2007
-Kiev International Film Festival Molodist (in competition) Kiew, Ukraine, October 2007
-Indie World Film Festival Brazil, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, October 2007
-New Orleans Film Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, October 2007
-Ciné-Jeune de lÁisne International Film Festival (in competition), St-Quentin, France, October 2007
-Black Filmmaker Magazine International Film Festival, London, UK, September 2007
-HipHop Odyssey International Film Festival (“Best Narrative Feature”), New York, NY, June 2007
-Boston International Film Festival (“Best Narrative Feature”), Boston, MA, June 2007
-Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth (in competition), Zlin, Czech Republic, May 2007
-Jeonju International Film Festival, Jeonju, South-Korea, May 2007
-Philadelphia International Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA, USA, April 2007
-RiverRun International Film Festival Winston-Salem, NC, USA, April 2007
-WorldFest Houston International Film Festival (“Silver Remi Award”) Houston, TX, USA, April 2007
-Crossing Europe Film FestivalLinz, Austria, April 2007
-Bradford International Film Festival, Bradford, United Kingdom, March 2007
-Festival of New Films from Germany and Austria and Switzerland, Washington DC, USA, February 2007
-Berlin & Beyond Film Festival, San Francisco, U S A, February 2007
-Gijon International Film Festival, Gijon, Spain, December 2006
-International Film Weekend Würzburg (“2nd Audience Award”), Würzburg, Germany, November 2006
-Camerimage International Film Festival (nominated for “Best European Feature Film”), Lodz, Poland, November 2006
-Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn, Estonia, November 2006 Exground Film Fest (“Best Narrative Feature for a Young Audience”), Wiesbaden, Germany, November 2006
-Cologne Conference, (“Best Narrative Feature”), Cologne, Germany, October 2006
-Black Soil International Hip Hop Film Festival, Amsterdam & Rotterdam, October 2006
-Helsinki International Film Festivasl, Helsinki, Finland, September 2006
-Sarajevo International Film Festival (“Best Narrative Feature for a Young Audience”), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, August 2006
-Durban International Film Festival, Durban, South Africa, June 2006
-Urban World Vibe Film Festival (“Best Narrative Feature”), New York, U S A, June 2006
-Lola Film Festival of Films (nominated for the “German Film Award” – WHOLETRAIN was preselected in the categories “Best Film”, “Best Editing”, “Best Art Direction”, “Best Music”, “Best Sound Design”, “Best Costume Design”), Germany, April / May 2006
-Salerno International Film Festival (in competition), Salerno, Italy. April 2006
-Berlin International Film Festival (Special Mention “Dialogue En Perspective”) Berlin, Germany, February 2006

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In the summer of 1993, the Wu-Tang Clan emerged from the slums of Staten Island and took the hip-hop world by storm. Their legacy spanned over a decade, selling more than twenty million albums. Their talents brought them success and their music made them legends. This is their story.

http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/store/detail.asp?t=Wu-Tang-Clan-Wu:-The-Story-Of-The-Wu-Tang-Clan-DVD&UPC=LR1482DVD

The incredible true story of how the greatest graffiti movie of all time was never made, directed by Banksy himself…

Exit Through The Gift Shop is a chaotic study of low-level criminality, comradeship, and incompetence. By turns shocking, hilarious and absurd, this is an enthralling modern-day fairytale… with bolt cutters.

This is the inside story of Street Art-a brutal and revealing account of what happens when fame, money, and vandalism collide. Exit Through The Gift Shop follows an eccentric shopkeeper turned amateur filmmaker as he attempts to capture many of the world’s most infamous vandals on camera, only to have famed British stencil artist Banksy turn the camcorder back on its owner in one of Exit Through the Gift Shop, the first film by renowned graffiti artist Banksy, became the hottest ticket at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival where it made its world debut. Banksy is a graffiti artist with a global reputation whose work can be seen on walls from post—hurricane New Orleans to the separation barrier on the Palestinian West Bank. Fiercely guarding his anonymity to avoid prosecution, Banksy has so far resisted all attempts to be captured on film. Exit Through the Gift Shop tells the incredible true story of how an eccentric French shop keeper turned documentary maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. The film contains exclusive footage of Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Invader and many of the worlds most infamous graffiti artists at work, on walls and in interview. As Banksy describes it, Its basically the story of how one man set out to film the un—filmable. And failed

Bonus features:
– B Movie – an exclusive film about the ‘art’ of Banksy Life Remote Control (lawyer’s edit) – the movie that started it all, released for the first time
– Deleted scenes
– Souvenir sticker pack
– Collectible 8-panel gatefold and slipcase
– 100% recyclable packaging

http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/store/detail.asp?t=Banksy-Exit-Through-The-Gift-Shop-DVD&UPC=OSC032DVD

2010 Finals Of The DMC USA Championships On DVD.
2010 DMC US Finals – DJ Battle DVD

Showcases
DJ Shiftee: 2009 DMC World Champ presented by Native Instruments
Excess & Toadstyle
The ReMINDers
La Femme Deadly Venoms (2010 DMC US Team Runners Up)

The USA’s top battle DJs compete for the National Title
1st: DJ Etronik – CA
2nd: Steel – NJ
3rd: GrandMaster Supreme
Cysko Rokwel – CO
Concept – FL
DJ Notch – CO
Jeff C – CO
DJ Swift – SC
DJ Image – CA
Juyadek – CA
B*Money – CO
Skip Ripkin – CO

2010 DMC Battle for US Supremacy
Cysko Rokwel vs DJ SPS
DJ Etronik vs DJ Solo
Cysko Rokwel vs DJ Solo for the title!

Backstage Interviews with Most of the US Finalists & more!

http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/store/detail.asp?t=DMC-World-2010-US-DJ-Championship-Finals-DVD&UPC=DMCUSA10DVD

DMC UK DJ FINAL 2010
From the five regional heats around the country the DJ elite battle for the coveted UK title and that all important place to represent the UK in the world final.
The seven qualifiers including ‘Johnny One Move’, ‘Mike L’, ‘Mr Eclipse’ and UK Battle Champion ‘Rasp’ take on defending champion ‘Jeppa’, in this exciting UK final!

Featuring 6 Minute Sets From:
Jeppa
Johnny 1 Move
Rasp
Mike L
Loop Skywalker
Mr Eclipse
Killer Tomato
Downlow

BATTLE FOR UK SUPREMACY
For the head to head 30 second competition Rasp defends his UK Battle for Supremacy title against one of the strongest field of contenders ever!
Featuring The Following Battlers:
Rasp
Dr. Weevil
DJ Disect
Mr Eclipse
Jon 1st
Sole One
Deceptakut
Cable

EXTRAS

‘DJ Switch’ (Battle for World Supremacy Champion) and one of the UKs hottest MCs ‘Inja’ spar in an amazing a MC to DJ showcase.

http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/store/detail.asp?t=DMC-World-2010-UK-DJ-Championship-Finals-Battle-For-UK-Supremecy-DVD&UPC=DMCUK10DVD