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    Yes bigtime. Wycleff is a friggin' enigma. And, I doubt he'd need to crawl around a roach house to boost his intelect. Prince- he probably has lightning shooting out of his eyes- pretty sure he's a sith lord (or some kind of __ lord at the very least). I would imagine seeing is entourage entering any place, it would be like the scene from Aladin with Prince Ali. These men- Not even in the same class as the great greasy one :lol: He needs sobre bodyguards to take the hits for him. He'd be a great MMA persona though.

    He is still an amazing bar band gone nuts guy though. I like him. He has his charms, I'd jam with him any day, that would be a blast.
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    haha the video for cowboy is like 20 seconds shorter censored - that's awesome
    it has ron jeremy getting punched out by gary coleman - that's awesome
    it's full of tramps in camaros - that's awesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by praetorian01
    Yes bigtime. Wycleff is a friggin' enigma. And, I doubt he'd need to crawl around a roach house to boost his intelect. Prince- he probably has lightning shooting out of his eyes- pretty sure he's a sith lord (or some kind of __ lord at the very least). I would imagine seeing is entourage entering any place, it would be like the scene from Aladin with Prince Ali. These men- Not even in the same class as the great greasy one :lol: He needs sobre bodyguards to take the hits for him. He'd be a great MMA persona though.

    He is still an amazing bar band gone nuts guy though. I like him. He has his charms, I'd jam with him any day, that would be a blast.
    Dammit praetorian (nice name btw) Now I'm picturing Prince on TUF and can't stop laughing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
    Also, the polyfuse method was arguably the first "rap-metal" album ever

    So if you like any of that ****, you owe kid rock a dollar.
    Rage Against the Machine did it before he did, and they did it a hell of a lot better. I'm no Kid Rock hater, but let's give credit where it's due :glasses1:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrett
    Rage Against the Machine did it before he did, and they did it a hell of a lot better. I'm no Kid Rock hater, but let's give credit where it's due :glasses1:
    They were also anti-capitalists that charged top dollar for their CDs and concerts =P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    They were also anti-capitalists that charged top dollar for their CDs and concerts =P
    Actually, they played a ton of benefit concerts and donated a lot of money to various non-profits while they were still together. You may not agree with their politics, but they weren't hypocrites. Anyway, end of derail.

    I will say that pioneering metal+rap isn't something that anyone should brag about. :dead:

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    If we're playing this game, what about Faith no More? They have to be considered.


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    HE LOOKS LIKE A TINY BEAR MIXED WITH A CAT, AND THAT IS THE MEANEST ANIMAL MIXTURE EVER, BEAR FOR FUCKING STRENGTH, AND CAT FOR FUCKING MEAN!!! ************.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrett
    Actually, they played a ton of benefit concerts and donated a lot of money to various non-profits while they were still together. You may not agree with their politics, but they weren't hypocrites. Anyway, end of derail.

    I will say that pioneering metal+rap isn't something that anyone should brag about. :dead:
    Yes, they donated a lot of their money, but not all of it =P

    I don't mean to antagonize anyone, I just like money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrett
    Rage Against the Machine did it before he did, and they did it a hell of a lot better. I'm no Kid Rock hater, but let's give credit where it's due :glasses1:
    . Kid toured with Ice Cube and too-short in 1989, then dropped (on pre BMG-Jive) in 1990 and promptly started fucking with the FCC, Rage dropped 2 years later.

    and rage has always sucked. Seriously - rage is LAME. Rage is a guy yelling over slap guitar. That's not rap or metal, it's just...guitar, ruined by rhetoric. Slow-motion whine-rhymes wrapped around ONE good musician (Morello) and the sort of confused politics that lead kids working at starbucks to wear che shirts. So many bands do slap-funk better then them before and since . . . skunk anasie, fishbone, primus etc - they just had a big label and money-punk talk.

    To me, Rap and metal are cultures as well as styles, and groups like Jane's Addiction, Faith no More, etc - those guys were using spoken word and heavy guitars, but they weren't rooted in either culture, they were coming from a more industrial place. Rage falls this way , too - they aren't "rapping," they aren't speaking to what rap was about at that time - yes, it's spoken, not sung, but that doesn't make it "rap" any more then a nixon speech is 'rap'.

    Anthrax/public enemy and Aerosmith/Run DMC were the first experiments, but polyfuse was one of the first full length looks at the idea.
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    Interesting...I know the meanings of every word you used in that post, but I still have no idea what the hell you are talking about.

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