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Buck 65 - Dirtbike

Musician: Buck 65
Album title: Dirtbike
Style: Leftfield, Conscious, Lo-Fi, Neofolk, Hip Hop, Experimental
Released: 2009
Country: Canada
Size MP3 version: 1800 mb
Size APE version: 1750 mb
Size WMA version: 1152 mb
Rating ✫: 4.3
Votes: 471
Format: TTA ADX AAC MP4 MP1 XM AA
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Rock / World and Folk

Buck 65 - Dirtbike mp3 album

Buck 65 - Dirtbike mp3 album

Tracklist

1 Dirtbike 1 66:38

Credits

  • Music By – Andrew Glencross, Buddy Peace, D-Styles, Dose One, Emily Wells, Jorun*, Moka Only, Serafina Steer, Skratch Bastid, Tom Inhaler
  • Music By, Written-By, Compiled By – Buck 65

Notes

About Part One:
from Buck 65's website

I put together this thing called Dirtbike. Actually - at the risk of sounding nuts or esoteric or pretentious - the project is called Dirtbike (I figure it will be an on-going endeavor) and the first piece of it is called Lettersongs (Different Kinds of Dirt). I don’t really even understand it myself. Anyhow, it’s a new project. It’s kind of an album. It’s one very long piece and in many ways it’s a lot like the original versions of Vertex and Man Overboard. It’s an hour and ten minutes long and is very lo-fi (sounds like crap). This is just something I did on my own time for fun - like I said: woodshedding. But I didn’t work alone. My old friend and collaborator Jorun contributed an amazing beat that Moka Only raps on. Moka also contributed a beat for a part that was inspired by Vivienne Westwood’s Active Resistance Manifesto. There’s a “hook” in the song that goes “take action…”. I also had input and added production or instrumentation from: Buddy Peace, Emily Wells, Tom Inhaler, D-Styles, Skratch Bastid, Andrew Glencross and Serafina Steer. Oh yeah, and Doseone raps on a part - yes, raps. There’s a “song” about Fatty Arbuckle, one about St. Anthony the Great, one about La Golue who was featured in many Toulouse Lautrec paintings. There’s also a cover of a weird French song (in English) from the late ‘70’s (maybe 1980). Anyhow, it’s a very strange, experimental, un-commercial project. I made it for my own perverted pleasures and never considered for a second that it might be a proper release. I gave a few copies to friends and that’s all I ever planned for it. Well, I tell you about all this because it’s out there. If you’re interested in hearing it, I don’t think you’d have to search on the internet very long or hard to find it. The key word is Dirtbike 1/3.

Covers found in this volume:
- Enter Governor Bolts by Governor Bolts
- Person To Person by Hypothetical Prophets

This version was available from Buck 65's website, by way of a unique link sent via email. Encoded with iTunes v7.6.2

A four-page PDF was available along with the MP3s, containing the the Dirtbike notes posted on October 25, 2008 on the journal section of Buck 65's website, and the image displayed with this release.

These 'albums' aren't for sale and never will be. Never-ever.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Dirtbike 1/3 Buck 65 Dirtbike ‎(File, MP3, Album) Not On Label (Buck 65 Self-released) Dirtbike 1/3 Canada 2008
Dirtbike 2/3 Buck 65 Dirtbike ‎(File, MP3, Album, 192) Not On Label (Buck 65 Self-released) Dirtbike 2/3 Canada 2009
Dirtbike 3/3 Buck 65 Dirtbike ‎(File, MP3, Album, 192) Not On Label (Buck 65 Self-released) Dirtbike 3/3 Canada 2009
Dirtbike 3/3 Buck 65 Dirtbike ‎(File, MP3, Album) Not On Label (Buck 65 Self-released) Dirtbike 3/3 Canada 2008
Dirtbike 2/3 Buck 65 Dirtbike ‎(File, MP3, Album) Not On Label (Buck 65 Self-released) Dirtbike 2/3 Canada 2008