Exile (6) ‎– Radio

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLG93CD Exile (6) Radio(CD, Album) Plug Research PLG93CD US 2009 Sell This Version
none Exile (6) Radio(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Plug Research none US 2008 Sell This Version
PLG93LP Exile (6) Radio(2xLP, Album) Plug Research PLG93LP US 2009 Sell This Version
PT38 Exile (6) Radio(Cass, Album, Ltd) Plustapes PT38 US 2010 Sell This Version

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AlexKidd0815

AlexKidd0815

January 25, 2017
referencing Radio, 2xLP, Album, PLG93LP

After seeing him perform live as support of JMT, I had to get the LP. The LP was as good as his live performance. He got great skillz, knows how to built tight beats, instrumentals and "back-up Rapper". Tight!
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 28, 2015
referencing Radio, CD, Album, PLG93CD

Exile's RADIO wears its hip-hop influences on its sleeve, serving up a nice chunk of slice-and-dice samples over thick beats. The Nutcracker Suite, for instance, gets fully cracked on "Population Control," while the vocal bits of 'Watch Out! False Prophet" add a lightness to the grave political mission it delivers later. But the slick "The Sound Is God" slides down as easy as a gin and tonic and the smoothness continues into the wobbly "Your Summer Song." The Avalanches might be a good comparison, even if Exile's compositions don't have the sonic density or complexity as the Australian collective. (Exile has also put out more work, so there's that, too.) But there's the 80s nostalgia of "Mega Mix" with its altered Wham! sample, and how could you not love the NPR theme on "Stay Tuned (Here)." A fun album altogether.