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Death Grips - Exmilitary mp3
Performer: Death Grips
Title: Exmilitary
Released: 27 Apr 2011
Label: Third Worlds
Country: US
Style: Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop
Genre: Electronic / Rap / Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 538
Formats: 13 × File, MP3, Mixtape, 320 kbps
FLAC size: 1673 mb
MP3 size: 2599 mb


1Lord Of The Game
Featuring – Mexican Girl
3Culture Shock4:21
4Spread Eagle Cross The Block3:52
5I Want It I Need It (Death Heated)6:11
8Thru The Walls3:56
9Known For It4:13
10Cut Throat (Instrumental)1:12
11Blood Creepin4:50
13Takyon (Death Yon)2:48


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneDeath Grips Exmilitary ‎(13xFile, FLAC, Mixtape)Third WorldsnoneUS2011
EX91024TW001 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Cle)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001 France2015
EX91024TW001 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Cle)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001 France2015
noneDeath Grips Ex Military ‎(CD)Third WorldsnoneUK2011
EX91024TW001Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Whi)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001France2015


Exmilitary is the debut mixtape by experimental hip hop group Death Grips. It was released for free on April 25, 2011 through the band's website. Nate Patrin of Pitchfork Media gave Exmilitary a 7. 5, describing the album as a a bludgeoning slab of hostility that avoids being an is it, where is it How will it affect me Fuck that shit, I need that shits bound to be the death of me Fuck buying it I'm taking it, and sharing it with nobody. Cuz all I really need is some cool shit to mob Like driving down the street to the beat of a blow job. I own that shit On some throw back shit You already know that shit You even know 'bout how I know the man Who grows that, bitch o. Death Grips - Black Google ALL TRACKS 165mb. Exmilitary, also known as Ex Military, is the debut mixtape by experimental hip hop group Death Grips. The mixtape was released for free on April 25, 2011 through the group's official website, . Death Grips. Released April 25, 2011. Exmilitary Tracklist. Beware Lyrics. Exmilitary is the debut full length mixtape from West Coast experimental hip-hop 3 piece Death Grips. Released in 2011, it features 13 songs, 3 of which were on their debut EP Death Grips , which was released earlier in the same year. The second song on the album, Guillotine , became a defining song for the band in its early years. Exmilitary Q&A. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Death Grips - Exmilitary, a playlist by deathgrips from desktop or your mobile device. Released by: Third Worlds. Album release date: 27 April 2011. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 1 - Beware. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 2 - Guillotine. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 3 - Spread Eagle Cross the Block. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 4 - Lord of the Game ft. Mexican Girl. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 5 - Takyon Death Yon. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 6 - Cut Throat Instrumental. Death Grips - Exmilitary - 7 - Klink. Exmilitary is Death Grips' debut mixtape, released for free on April 25, 2011. Spread Eagle Cross the Block. Lord of the Game. Takyon Death Yon. Cut Throat. Culture Shock. Thru the Walls. Known for It. I Want It I Need It Death Heated. Blood Creepin. Black Google, the official collection of stems from Exmilitary. The man in the album cover was said to be a picture of an Aboriginal person from an old issue of a magazine, which is possibly National Geographic. Exmilitary avoids any of the flaws outlined above, but it's still a potentially alienating album: unnerving when you're not on its aggro wavelength, inviting when you are, and transfixing either way, thanks to the aggregate work of Death Grips' core. The raspy, deliberate MC Ride doesn't so much flow as bellow. Producervideographer Flatlander and co-producer Info Warrior hit both sides of the audio-visual. Death Grips - Exmilitary. There are many emotions that can be associated with hip-hop. From the downright playful, to the gritty underground, the faces of hip-hop take on many sizes, shapes, and forms. The rappers featured on Exmilitary are the embodiment of anger in hip-hop its also the one factor that will polarize nearly every listener. From dark and brooding lyrical Culture Shock delivery to just plain screaming Spread Eagle Cross The Block , Death Grips emcees so their job of attaining a sound that will not be everyone. Most fans of hip-hop and basically any fan of screaming in their music should approach this album with care, as it is clearly not for everyone


Should I wait for a repress or just buy the unofficial vinyl release?
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Anybody know how the clear/ clear reddish pink version sounds?
This is truly a ground-breaking hip hip album!! It just has everything you could possibly desire; Ill lyrics, dope production, crazy sounds, aggression and personalty. This is the future of Hip hop today! I just can't wait for another record and hopefully one day catch them live, their shows look epic! Highlights of the album for me are: Thru The Walls, I Want It I Need It, Known For It, Blood Creepin, Spread Eagle, Klink, Beware and of course: "It Goes, It Goes, It Goes, It's Goes Guillotine!! Yah!
This is exactly what I needed this year. It's like a slightly more aggressive Techno Animal or ICE ...and besides those obvious two, many of the beats & overall production remind me of Shizuo's "Fuck Step '98" album or Fever's "Too Bad But True". Totally harsh and bonkers. But yeah, at the moment this album is untouchable on every level. Beats, production, rapping, lyrical content, etc...The stand out tracks for me are "Guillotine", "Beware", "Lord Of The Game", "Takyon", & "Culture Shock". It's 2011 and we have a black president and computers in our pockets (which means we officially live in "the future"), and THIS is what rap should sound like in the future! also, on a sidenote: If I were Atari Teenage Riot, I'd be embarrassed as fuck right now for putting that weakass bullshit "Is This Hyperreal" album out and claiming it's heavy and hardcore. Fuck that. Death Grips has left Alec Phantom Menace & Yoko Endo in the fucking dust. Exmilitary is raw and full of ACTUAL EMOTION AND AGGRESSION, not pussy posturing in leather pants.
What just happened?This thing is miles ahead of anything ANYONE is doing in hip-hop these days. It makes the OF gang look like a bad joke.When it clicks, it's tight, although I can't listen to this every day, or every week for that matter. Definitely music for a certain mood. Astonishing.
Apparently they are back in the studio working on their first "official" album. Should be massive!
where's the vinyl ? i would love to buy it. okay, the free download button is a good start ...
It's the best hiphiphop stuff i discovered for years and this guys offer it for free download on their webside officially. This "exmilitary" record will be one of the most amazing hidden records of this decade. i push too hard? i dont think so. thankyouthankyou.
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