The X-Ecutioners - X-Pressions mp3 flac
- Album: X-Pressions
- MP3: 1839 mb | FLAC: 1768 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Turntablism
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 473
- Format: APE AIFF AHX RA AU TTA VOC
X-Pressions is the debut studio album by New York City DJ group The X-Ecutioners. The album was released on September 23, 1997 for Asphodel Records and was produced by four members of The X-Ecutioners, including Rob Swift, Total Eclipse, Roc Raida, and Mista Sinista.
The X-Ecutioners – X-Pressions. Label: Asphodel – Asphodel 0977, Audio Soul – Asphodel 0977. wether this is true or not I cannot confirm, but the fact of the matter is that this is less of an album and more of a compilation of singles. there are some great scratches here, but in comparison to the work of the.
By: The X-Ecutioners (1997, Hip Hop). 1. X-Outtakes 1. 2. Get Started. 4. X-Outtakes 2. 5. Raida’s Theme. 8. The Turntablist Anthem. 9. X-Outtakes 3. 10. One Man Band. 12. Solve For X. 13. X-Outtakes 4. 14. Turntable Exhibition. 16. Musical Intuition. 18. X-Outtakes 5. 19. Poetry In Motion.
Released September 23, 1997. 388. X-Pressions Tracklist. Top X-Pressions scholars. Producers Mista Sinista, Roc Raida & Rob Swift.
X-Pressions is the debut album from The X-Ecutioners, originally a four man group of DJ's/turntablists. They were originally called the X-Men but fearing a lawsuit from Marvel, they chose to change their name. The group consisted of Roc Raida, Rob Swift, Mista Sinista, and DJ Total Eclipse. Asphodel made the magic a reality.
The X-Ecutioners – 1997 – X-Pressions. Posted on July 9, 2018February 18, 2019 by DJ Namaximum. Year: 1997 Audio Codec: FLAC . lac) Rip: tracks+. cue Length: 01:02:48. Smooth Jazz-Funk Flo Rida.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of X-ecutioners, The - X-Pressions. More albums of X-ecutioners, The: Raida's Theme Remix. This album was released on the label Asphodel (catalog number Asphodel 0977). This album was released in 1997 year.
X-pressions is the first full-length release by the relatively new phenomenon of the turntable orchestra. Like the first efforts of other young genres such as trip-hop and drum'n'bass, the album tends to be overlong and lacking in variety. Restricting themselves to the sounds of hip-hop past (old-school references and battle-wearied scratch noises dominate), the group nonetheless manages a sufficiently engaging full-length debut, switching between group and solo performances and even pulling a few rappers (strictly underground, no big names) in on the fun.