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Death Grips - "The Money Store" Album Review

Death Grips don’t give a fuck. That much is plain to see, they didn’t give a fuck on ‘Exmilitary’, they didn’t give a fuck when they signed to EPIC Records in February of 2012, and they most certainly don’t give a fuck on ‘The Money Store’, the Sacramento based experimental hip-hop trio’s second project in as many years. 672 more words

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Merry Christmas From The Merry Store...I Mean, The Money Store!

Growing up a New York Yankees fan, a New York television station watcher, and well, being an adult with a love for commercials, I have a particular affinity to anything touches on all of those special components. 417 more words


FLEBB Reviews Death Grips' Bottomless Pit

If you are, or were, a Death Grips fan give this a go, if only for the album’s highlights. It’s a good collection of tracks that never quite comes together to be a greater whole. 989 more words

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Artificial Death in the West

“Play your fucking part – I’ll bleed my fucking heart dry”

Just who the fuck are Death Grips?

For me the quality of life at any given time is massively influenced by whatever music you’re listening to at that time. 2,352 more words

Themoneystore.com Tips from Reverse Mortgage Lenders: Myths and Facts

themoneystore.com professional service provider. When considering getting a reverse mortgage on a home, a homeowner may find that they are bombarded with a wealth of information about the process, both positive and negative. 455 more words

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Album Review: Death Grips—“Bottomless Pit"

By Adam Piotrowicz, Feature Photo via Pitchfork//taken by Daniel Boczarski

What more is left to be said about Death Grips? Since their start in 2011, Death Grips has etched themselves into the modern, Internet-driven cultural continuum as a band, a multimedia art project, a self-contained art movement, a massive Reddit thread, and a rabid pop culture meme. 815 more words

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