Foreign Beggars-United Colours Of Beggattron

Sweaty Teddy

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Thoughts on new Foreign Beggars album?

Dag Nabbits style has changed quite alot with more synth based beats than any of their previous stuff and a theirs a few grime tracks which I thought were pretty good. Love all the collabs with Noisia.

These are my favourite tracks off it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaY1jyBlAAU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2UpF5pPkR0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb55ep-DrSo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPf7kW6wP28

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEk9g5AabB8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCqZpbSLjqc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NygdRUtl3fY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0xqKgyLOP8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHyntWT73kM
 

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Buy the other albums instead. This new one is so commercial, a couple of good tunes on there, but loads that I'd just skip past.

The stuff they've done with Noisia is sick, but some of the stuff on this album is Shit.

Saw them on Friday, they were alright, but sadly, have gone down the 'commercial dubstep' route. They played some new dubplate thing, which was shit, and had where's my money (Caspa Rmx, obviously) in it, and I was very disapointed.

Saw them last year, and they were much better.
 

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Buy the other albums instead. This new one is so commercial, a couple of good tunes on there, but loads that I'd just skip past.

The stuff they've done with Noisia is sick, but some of the stuff on this album is Shit.

Saw them on Friday, they were alright, but sadly, have gone down the 'commercial dubstep' route. They played some new dubplate thing, which was shit, and had where's my money (Caspa Rmx, obviously) in it, and I was very disapointed.

Saw them last year, and they were much better.
if dubsteps not your thing then fair do's, but i heard the beggars were doin some sick stuff with some heavy producers like bar9, which is good
 

sam the dnb man

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Im probably gunna get this one first.
I'll probably enjoy it more if i dont have one of the old albums to compare it to.
Im feeling that noisia tune with devlin aswell havent heard it before.
Anyone reckon its available in banquetrecords? thats the only place i get my music from
 

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for me it seems like they have lost the musicality and rhythm they had on previous albums

a few of the noisia mixes are good, but compared to songs like frosted perspex, who's next and that ilk, it just doesnt compare from what i can tell. don't think i'll buy this tbh, which is a shame :(
 

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worth a listen, but if you've got stay point agenda or asylum speakers, you'll be disappointed tbh
Wooorrdd. This albums sick just like anything that comes from Foreign Beggars, but I'm not feeling the style as much. I know they're experimenting an pushing stuff but I just loved there older stuff too much so not into the collabs as much.

Favourite album's still Stray Point Agenda.
 
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