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Speaker Punks - Touch It FLAC album


Performer: Speaker Punks
Genre: Electronic
Title: Touch It
Country: UK
Released: 2006
Style: House, Electro
FLAC version ZIP size: 1587 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1806 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1788 mb
Rating: 4.4
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B/W Speaker Punks Vs Roy Ayers& The Jungle Brothers The Speaker Punks Team Up With Busta Rhymes, Roy Ayers And The Jungle Brothers Four Some Funked Up Mixes. Original Release Date: June 23, 2006. Number of Discs: 1. Label: Spank.

Punks are members of youth counter-culture based around Punk rock music. Punk subculture emerged in 1970s in UK and USA, and then spread around the world. Punks used some features from Rastafarian styles: dreadlocks, Ethiopian colours, and some Rastafarian rhetoric and even a hybrid ‘Punk dub’ appeared in Punk Rock. Punk bands play a part in the anti-National Front, Rock against Racism campaign. But at the same time Reggae and Punk Rock were different, and developed in separate directions. Punk bands sang of dole queues, high rise flats, exile, alienation, hopelessness white riots, anti-royalist sentiments and anarchy. The whole Punk style was embedded with anarchy and nihilism. It was a celebration of chaos

Touch It" is a song by Busta Rhymes. Released on December 13, 2005, it was the first single from Rhymes' debut, The Big Bang. The song charted well in New Zealand peaking at number one on the RIANZ Singles Chart. The song features a minimalistic beat provided by Swizz Beatz, and a sample from of song "Technologic" by electronic duo Daft Punk. The song in turn was subsequently borrowed back in their live album, Alive 2007.

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British punks, c. 1986. The characteristic stage performance style of male punk musicians does not deviate significantly from the macho postures classically associated with rock music. Female punk musicians broke more clearly from earlier styles.

Touch is the 7th track on RAM, placed right in the center of it all. Daft Punk’s de Homem-Christo has described it as the core of the record, stating that the memories of the other tracks are revolving around it. (source). Touch begins with an awakening. The protagonist, represented by guest vocalist Paul Williams, is never identified as a machine, human, or some other unknown being. What we know is that he is lost and alone.

Tracklist

A1 Busta Rhymes Touch It
A2 Busta Rhymes Dub It
B1 Roy Ayers vs. Jungle Brothers Everybodys A Jungle Brother
B2 Roy Ayers vs. Jungle Brothers Everybodys A Jungle Dubber

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPANK 001 Speaker Punks Touch It ‎(CDr, Promo, Unofficial) Speaker Punk SPANK 001 UK 2006