9 thoughts on “ Opt - Cassetteboy - Micks Tape (CD, Album)

  1. Equal parts offensive, hysterically funny, intricate and clever, "Mick s Tape" will make listeners sit up and pay attention, if nothing else. The cut-ups on the mix are interspersed with tracks by the likes of Jaylib, Curtis Mayfield, Jehst and MF Doom; and the end result is the most original mix CD you ll hear this year.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mick's Tape on Discogs/5(16).
  3. Opt: – Cassetteboy: Mick's Tape ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) Antidote: ANTPR UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [m] Master Release. Edit Master Release Data Correct. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Marketplace /5(21).
  4. Cassetteboy - Mick's Tape music CD album at CD Universe, One of the defining artists in the “bootleg scene”, Cassetteboy are actually “Mike” and “Simon”, two lads.
  5. Cassetteboy 's Mick's Tape is an album created by cutting up audio clips with the rigorously bootlegged edit program Sound Forge. The clips sound like they've been pulled from thrift store records and BBC documentaries. The humor stays nicely juvenile and is consistent with the weeded hip-hop tracks that break up the comedy.7/
  6. Listen free to Cassetteboy – Mick's Tape (Awaketh: The Queen, What We're Enjoying and more). 44 tracks (). The total running time Mick's Tape contains a mix of Cassetteboy tracks and humorous tracks by various artists. There are 44 tracks on this album, but many of them are short (between seconds and ), with the exception of "Rich is Gay".
  7. Cassette Boy Mick's Tape Review. Album. Released Cassetteboy, postmodern connoisseurs of bootleg cut-up culture and Chris Morris style satire, have gained a cult following with the.
  8. Cassetteboy Vinyl, CD & tapes by Cassetteboy at Norman Records. Similar to Cassetteboy: Bogdan Raczynski, People Like Us, V/Vm. Add Cassetteboy to email alerts»; Add Cassetteboy .
  9. A big disappointment. Cassetteboy used to be funny, but here the jokes are cheap and trite. The old, choppy musical interludes that used to define the Cassetteboy sound are gone, expanded into nearly full-length tracks, which makes the disc sound more like somebody's mix tape than a new album /5(3).

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