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Death Grips - The Money Store FLAC album


Performer: Death Grips
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop and RAP
Title: The Money Store
Released: 2012
Style: Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1666 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1838 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1545 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 355
Other Formats: FLAC MPC AA VOC DTS AIFF FLAC

The Money Store is the debut studio album by the group Death Grips.

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The Money Store is an important record that's also compelling, loaded with kinetic blows against the empire and fully stuffed with that attractive maverick spirit.

Upon its release, Death Grips' debut studio album became their magnum opus. Death Grips created one of the most innovative musical releases of the 2010s through utilization of the trio’s individual and collective strengths; MC Ride’s raw, visceral, and abrasive vocals, Andy ‘Flatlander’ Morin’s distorted, mechanical sonics, and Zach Hill’s explosive drumming style, coupled with his adept creative direction. The Money Store achieved critical acclaim, boasting a decisive 81/100 on Metacritic, and notably received internet music critic, Anthony Fantano’s first ever, 10/10 score. The Money Store Q&A.

Death Grips is a truly "unique" group and The Money Store isWent on this album with impossible expectations and somehow they were surpassed. Death Grips is a truly "unique" group and The Money Store is one hell of a first impression (without counting their "Exmilitary" mix tape). 0 of 0 users found this helpful. liked it as much as I do. The Money Store was, without a doubt, one of the best albums of the year 2012.

Essentially, The Money Store is pseudo-intellectual music for non-hip hop fans. It attempts to present a curious combination of genre-bending ideas, yet falls into a very simple category of poorly executed shock rap. Veteran virtuoso drummer Zach Hill of math group Hella has a hand in the production here - surprising as it may seem - to the tune of regurgitated, noisy dubstep, strangely placed whirring, bleeps, bloops, and other sorts of progressive production techniques mish-moshed together in poor taste