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Down With The Scene

Label: Ipecac Recordings
Released: 2001
Track listing: chart topping radio hit; luke vibert can kiss my indie-punk whiteboy ass; buffalo 606-the morning after; kidrush; GQ on the EQ; punkshit; secrets 4 sale; juvenile hall rollcall; ruin it, ruin them, ruin yrself than ruin me; two fingers in the air anarchy style; for when yr just happy to be alive; it'll take millioins in plastic surgery to make me black; dame nature; hardcore; my kitten; in love with all you are and forever maybe as if my souldepended on it to survive. bonus track: catstep/mykitten/catnap vatstepdsp remix by hrvatski.

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Kid606: Down With The Scene

Read "Down With The Scene" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It seems like it should be hard to be a Kid and an artist. But age does not seem to be a handicap of any importance to 22-year-old Kid606. He's a sly little guy with one insistence in his music: it must never (ever) engage any of the cliches of electronic music. Meanwhile, the Kid's a ...


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