Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Kids reviewing records made before their birth
Joseph Gonzalez | NYC, NY - United States | 06/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The former "reviewn" sounds like it was written by a bunch of kids playing around in the bedroom of their parents house with their parent's PC equipment. Although it has uneducated slander that anyone could immulate, the review has no content other than silly cynicism by the uneducated. If you are looking for something totally mindless to read, that was your "reviewn".Though I'm not sure what an "albumn" is (which this ALBUM was called twice in the only previous review), it's clear that the so-called "review" was written by a child not old enough to remember a time in electronic music, or better yet, actual *urban* music when "drum patches" did not exist...much less understand a single reference to Parliment/Funkadelic outside of the hit singles recently repackaged, sampled, or *downloaded* by the reviewer.DXJ is the one man show, with occasionaly cohorts, who helped INVENT Miami Bass as a genre (see the Jamron/Jamarc Records catalog for proof), and he is one of the only artists in the field to work wit and reference into his sonic collages.I advise this album(n) to anyone seeking Electro outside of the Baker/Robie and/or Pretty Tony scheme, and I also advise looking into the actual 12" releases of DXJ's to get a true context of what he does as an artist.Remeber kids...Electro is, and was, a form of rap music, not Raver music. If you want to insert some blurb about Kraftwerk here, please read your history closer; Kraftwerk was German experimental music...which was interpreted by Electro years later. New jack PC jockeys need not apply. Rewritten history will not be tolerated.The Patron Saint of Miami Bass History,
Joe aka PappaWheelie"