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The Pleasure Is All Mine
~ Dirty Diggers
- Label: Zebra Traffic
- Cat Number: ZEBTRAFCD034
* + free album MP3 download.
|Dirty Diggers - The Pleasure Is All Mine Intro||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Dont Know About That||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Bang On It||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - So Grown Up||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - U.V||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - City To Sticks||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Wannabes||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Cuts & Bruises||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Itll Be Ok||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - The Goodun Tune||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Aw Man||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Hurry On Remix||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dirty Diggers - Haters Radio||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
Young Max and Pat Stash’s careers in the business have spanned just two and a half short years. In that time though, their straight up, honest approach to their trade (both producing and rapping) has had a pretty significant impact on the scene. 2004s classic single For The Haters (played 6 weeks running by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 1) and the Freakishly Strong album (a quality debut that confirms their status as one of the most exciting hip-hop acts in the country - Hip Hop Connection) created the buzz, and were quickly followed by the cheeky white-label version of J DIlla/Steve Spaceks Let The Dollar Circulate (reworked into Let The Pound Get Around – which gained the nod of respect from Mr Spacek himself). A long list of energetic live performances followed, playing at Cargo and Jazz Café in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and everywhere in between.
A brief hiatus then ensued, with the Diggers locking themselves away in a West Yorkshire studio in order to complete their tricky second album, only to emerge 6 months later, all bleary eyed and pale, clutching the fruits of their labour; The Pleasure Is All Mine. And it does not disappoint! 13 tracks of high quality, honest hip hop music from Blightys answer to Show & AG (HHC), The Pleasure… delivers a more developed sound from the guys, displaying a thoughtful, more mature approach to their music, but still managing to retain that sense of humour that has won them fans across the board.
The album features a host of guests too; DJ Woody (One Self) shows why hes currently one of the UK’s most in demand DJs, cutting a banger of a break for the perfect intro. Nostalgia 77 (Gilles Peterson’s Jazz Album Of The Year Winner) weighs in with a down-right filthy low-slung groove on So Grown Up and UK soul wonder-girl Alice Russell gets the remix treatment on Hurry On Now. Even label mate Rup pops up with a brilliant, typically wildernessed-out guest verse on City To Sticks.