X - ecutioners - Revolutions
X - ecutioners
(Columbia; June 8, 2004)
For all their success and critical acclaim, The X-ecutioners remain down to earth and focused on just one thing - the music. And it shows: The 2004 album Revolutions, their most groundbreaking
yet, mixes the ebullience of old hip-hop song with gritty rock riffs and eclectic sonic clips to create a stunning variety of ingenious, tightly wrought tracks
Those who have witnessed The X-DJs’ furious scratches, hypnotic beats, and acrobatic performance tricks speak of the experience with the reverence of a religious convert: "[Roc Raida] proceeded to rock the most mind-blowing and cleanest routines I had ever witnessed
live. He had the crowd hyped like your mama at my house. Then he busted ‘Good Times.’ Revolution." (turntablelab.com). "The first time I saw Rob Swift and his DJ crew The X-ecutioners…I was in complete
awe as they did one body trick after another…." (youthradio.org).
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