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A Nerdcore Hip-Hop Halloween Album 108

Posted by kdawson
from the it's-scary-shudder dept.
High-C writes, "A bunch of us nerdcore hip-hop artists have gotten together and released a Halloween-themed CD. Seventeen creepy, darker-than-they-should-be songs from total nerds, with seven different CD covers. What's not to love? The perfect soundtrack for tonight's Halloween parties. And of course, the track listings are in hex."
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A Nerdcore Hip-Hop Halloween Album

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  • Tonight? (Score:3, Informative)

    by Rudolf (43885) on Saturday October 28, 2006 @07:00PM (#16626046)
    The perfect soundtrack for tonight's Halloween parties

    I don't know where the submitter lives, but in the U.S. Halloween falls on October 31, which is not tonight.

  • Do you have any idea (Score:2, Informative)

    by Timesprout (579035) on Saturday October 28, 2006 @07:15PM (#16626176)
    how much the rest of the word cringes when they see shit like?
  • by 1point618 (919730) on Saturday October 28, 2006 @08:53PM (#16627132)

    Actually I don't see a license on their site... I guess that means its Public Domain by default? In any case..

    Definitely not. IANAL, but I know enough law to know that no copyright notice is necessary any longer to guard a copyright. The best bet would be to assume that you are given an implied license to listen to the music off the website (and possibly to download it for your own listening since it is available as a RAR downlad, though since they've said nothing about it it is hazy legal territory) and not just assume you can do anything you want with it because no one told you you can't. They have not put it under any license, so by default they retain all copyrights, including the right not to allow any derivative works, or not to allow any copying of the material.

  • There is a lot of shitty Nerdcore stuff out there, but within the piles of tracks accumulated on these albums as well as other varied sources you'll find a decent number of gems. Just about anything by the Futuristic Sex Robotz, Monzy's few tracks, and a few of MC Plus+'s come to mind first. There's also Beefy, Black as Bleech, Ytcracker, Frontalittle Squad, and of course MC's Front and Hawking (which at least sorta counts) for decent tracks. Though anyone with a good geeky (and sick) sense of humor and a good stereo system needs to have some fun blasting the entirety of Futuristic Sex Robotz' "Hotel Coral Essex" album (free download here [futuristicsexrobotz.com]) at least once. I dare you to listen to FSR's Hey Ladies driving through the center of your town with the stereo cranked and windows down.
  • Show (Score:2, Informative)

    by Malevolyn (776946) * <signedlongint&gmail,com> on Saturday October 28, 2006 @09:31PM (#16627468) Homepage
    Also, don't forget our show on Nov. 18th in Tampa. Information is on the Rhyme Torrents forums.

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