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DJ Wilson & DJ High-C comprise the Dallas, Texas-based production/record procurement duo known for their instrumental hip hop releases throughout the early to mid aughts. Along with their musical output, their facial hair grooming habits have changed dramatically over the past decade and a half.
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Rehash Discography Tracks

RM101 Rehash The Last Part / Mind Under Matter(7") RM-Sound RM101 US 2001 Sell This Version
RM102 Rehash Morning / Number Four(7", Single) RM-Sound RM102 US 2003 Sell This Version
RM103 Rehash Root & Rivulet / Spring 1980(7", Single, Ltd) RM-Sound RM103 US 2003 Sell This Version
RM1001 Rehash The Rehash Extended Player(12", Promo) RM-Sound RM1001 US 2004 Sell This Version
RM201, RM-201 Rehash Disco 33(7", EP) RM-Sound, RM-Sound RM201, RM-201 US 2006 Sell This Version
RMSB-01 Rehash Drone By Default(12", EP) RM-Sound, Super Bro RMSB-01 US 2007 Sell This Version

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Coatsey

Coatsey

October 13, 2017
Couldn't agree more. It's such a shame they felt 'burned out' in High-C's words by the whole downtempo thing. I've (unsuccessfully) tried a couple of times to persuade High-C to release the best of the Rehash material on a single CD or at least digitally. This material is amongst the very best the genre has had to offer.
MyUniqueUsername

MyUniqueUsername

October 4, 2017
If you love Endtroducing, then their whole damn discography is required. I am not trying to belittle Rehash by comparing them to DJ Shadow of the Endtroducing era. I'm just telling you that if you have often felt disappointed that there is not more instrumental hip hop in the vein of Endtroducing vein, and, just as important, of Endtroducing quality and staying power, then you will be overjoyed to hear what these guys put out. Sure wish they were still at it.

Simply put, it is criminal that Rehash never gained traction beyond Soul Strut forum lurkers. Buy on sight.

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