Nov2015 26

Looks like Cap and Stark are at odds over the Winter Soldier more than the Super Human Registration Act ... still, it gives them both motive. Looks filth too.

Nov2015 19

A Tribe Called Quest - People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm

As last week was the 25th anniversary of A Tribe called Quest's debut LP, People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, so it was a no brainer to talk about this LP. At the time, rap was dominated with tracks about hoes and gang violence and then along came this new sound (Native Tongues) and a new breed of rapper with artists like Jungle Brothers, Queen Latifah and De La Soul. Even their clothes ... no tracksuits or a gold chain in sight.

Standout tracks off this LP were this of course the hits, "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" and "Can I Kick It ?" (which the band never saw any money due to label's mismanagement of the Lou Reed sample) but "Luck Of Lucien"'s jazzy french vibe and "Description of a Fool"'s flow were personal favs.

And they've just released this box set, which "the newly remastered album over eight vinyl small hole 45s, with unique artwork on each one along side a new bonus track (‘If The Papes Come (Remix)’) and three other songs not included on the original release. It all comes snuggly packed in a carrying case illustrated with the album’s original artwork." Want 1

Come with me back to 1990 ... Apple Music | Google Play | iTunes | Spotify

Nov2015 13

My good friend Mike brought around this new game he got direct from the creator, Tim Fowler, a co-operative 1-4 player board game called Burgle Bros. which consisting of either 2 or 3 floors made up of revealable tiles. It's kinda like Monaco or Invisible Inc as a board game. It has some great mechanics (guard movement is brilliant) and is lots of fun.

Nov2015 09

More unseen footage of #StarWars in the form of a TV ad. Every generation has a story.

Nov2015 06

Ooooh a Japanese International trailer of #StarWars with more bits (including C-3PO) we haven't seen before ...

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