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Digital underground sex

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Sex Packets is layered like any good story. Track Listing. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. No matter. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist. Digital underground sex



Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. It's so strong an influence, it may seem easy to reduce Digital Underground to the status of mere Clinton imitators, but they take his blueprint, expand it, and personalize it, creating a record that is as loose and funny as anything in the P-Funk empire, and in some ways, easier to access, since the party feels wide open. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. Track Listing. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. Because he could, presumably. The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination. No matter. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. Sex Packets is layered like any good story. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist.

Digital underground sex



Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. No matter. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: Because he could, presumably. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Track Listing.



































Digital underground sex



No matter. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Sex Packets is layered like any good story. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. Track Listing. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack.

About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. No matter. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. It's so strong an influence, it may seem easy to reduce Digital Underground to the status of mere Clinton imitators, but they take his blueprint, expand it, and personalize it, creating a record that is as loose and funny as anything in the P-Funk empire, and in some ways, easier to access, since the party feels wide open. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. Because he could, presumably. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. Track Listing. Sex Packets is layered like any good story. Digital underground sex



The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination. Because he could, presumably. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. It's so strong an influence, it may seem easy to reduce Digital Underground to the status of mere Clinton imitators, but they take his blueprint, expand it, and personalize it, creating a record that is as loose and funny as anything in the P-Funk empire, and in some ways, easier to access, since the party feels wide open. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. Track Listing. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. No matter. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it.

Digital underground sex



Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. It's so strong an influence, it may seem easy to reduce Digital Underground to the status of mere Clinton imitators, but they take his blueprint, expand it, and personalize it, creating a record that is as loose and funny as anything in the P-Funk empire, and in some ways, easier to access, since the party feels wide open. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Because he could, presumably. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination. No matter. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. Track Listing. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist.

Digital underground sex



Novelty records are throwaways -- cheap gags that are funny once, but never pay off with repeat plays, something that Sex Packets certainly does. Sex Packets is an extraordinary album, an hour-long pyrotechnic display of wit, imagination, sleaze, pneumatic beats and sundry flavours of lyrical doolally. Much of the music on Sex Packets uses the P-Funk canon as their foundation a notable exception being a swinging interpolation of a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys cut on "The New Jazz One ," a cracking showcase for their team vocal skills. Few hip-hop albums sound as much like a constant party as this, and years later, it's still impossible to resist. The following EP is a fine thing, too; nothing thereafter would quite match it. Within that one song, Humpty Hump spills out countless jokes, spinning between inspired allusions and thuddingly obvious cut-ups, which are equally funny because of the irrepressible, infectious nature of his rap. Humpty it was who would make Digital Underground, for a little while at least, famous, taking the lead on breakthrough hit The Humpty Dance. It's so strong an influence, it may seem easy to reduce Digital Underground to the status of mere Clinton imitators, but they take his blueprint, expand it, and personalize it, creating a record that is as loose and funny as anything in the P-Funk empire, and in some ways, easier to access, since the party feels wide open. The showiest number, of course, is the "Sex Packets" suite that concludes the album, built around their idea for a drug that creates full-blown sexual fantasies virtual reality before it was in vogue , but their skill at creating distinctive worlds is just as apparent on the endless party of "Doowutchyalike. Freaks of the Industry may not be the filthiest track ever recorded — but it surely sounds like it. Because he could, presumably. No matter. The Humpty Dance is that rare and glorious thing, a novelty song that is also a great pop record, and remains fresh at each hearing. Then, sticking a joke-store nose-and-glasses combo over his face, he transformed into Humpty Hump, an outlandish, honking hybrid of Groucho Marx , Phil Silvers and Rudy Ray Moore. About two-thirds of the way in, Sex Packets abruptly decides to become a satirical concept album about a street drug that induces the sensation of a real and specific sexual experience, making it about a dozen times more addictive than crack. Pinterest As Shock G, Jacobs was the straight man, sort of: Sex Packets is layered like any good story. Corny jokes, gross-out tales, flights of fancy, and sheer absurdist humor co-exist comfortably, usually within the course of one song. And he's so confident in his skills, he's sexy, which is kind of what the album is about -- it knows that sex is funny, and sexier because of it. Take "The Humpty Dance," their breakthrough single and timeless party anthem. Track Listing. But the very name of the album should be a clear indication that Digital Underground doesn't take any of this stuff all that seriously while creating elaborate, fantastical settings that reveal boundless imagination.

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