Taktloss & Abstract Rude ‎– These Walls EP

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Fick Die Biaaatch Rekordz ‎– FDB 002
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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A1 These Walls
Featuring [feat.] – Zulu of Tribe Unique*Producer – Mach one*Turntables [Cuts] – DJ Syndakit*Written-By – O. Jones (2)
2:56
A2 Here Comes The West
Featuring [feat.], Written-By – Jack OrsenProducer – Jaysus
3:39
A3 Party Party
Producer, Featuring [feat.], Written-By – Martin B
4:59
B1 On The Level
Producer – Keyza SozeWritten-By – Taktlo$$*
2:55
B2 Keine Überraschung
Featuring [feat.], Written-By – Justus (2)Producer – Mik Baba
4:16
B3 Beat IlL
Featuring [feat.], Written-By – Z aka BobaFettt*, Justus (2)Producer – Big Bennay
5:51

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Concept] – Igor
  • Written-ByA. Pointer*, Taktloss (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3)

Notes

Applaus für die lebenden und toten Sprüher ...
früher war alles besser

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 4018939107161
  • Barcode (Text): 4 018939 107161
  • Label Code: LC 13440
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Nubiz

Nubiz

June 15, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
First i was very exited about Abstract Rude, one of my favourite HipHop artists, doing a whole record with an artist from Germany. But I couldn't understand why it was Taktloss. These two just don't belong together.

Most tracks on this record have more or less the same structure:

it begins with a nice, melodic and smooth beat. Abstract Rude starts with his usual mixture of singing and rapping. So far, everything seems fine. Then, suddenly, Taktloss gets on the mic and, after two or three words, literally destroys the whole track. In a bad way though.

I don't even hate on everything that taktloss does. In fact I think that he can be really funny, as for example in his track "Wer ist" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MVOPlnfxtQ).

But the cooperation with Abstract Rude does not work for me. While the music on this record is oriented towards Abstract Rude and his chilled out and very conscious style, Taktloss does what he always does and what his name suggests: freaky battle lyrics without any sense or rhythm. There is just no common theme in this album.