IDMF Club Bangerz

by IDMF Bangaz Crew

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Aaron M Smith In world filled with disposable dance music, IDMf Club Bangerz spurts another mediocre orgasm onto the biscuit already piled high.

This is the soundtrack to which underage cybergoth ravers awkwardly hump to while on acid and speed. The highest praise I can give any album is the fact that it fuels the making of babies by subnormal raver druggies.

Oh hey, there is a song about making babies. Favorite track: In the A.M. - I Be Bangin!.
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None_000 OHMYGOD IT JUST SPEAKS TO ME I CANT EVEN EXPLAIN

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TO ME Favorite track: Oatbag - i <3 dj.
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Compilation of the finest CLUB BANGERZ ever created by a group of IDMF Misfits! These CERTIFIED CLUB BANGERZ are guaranteed to get everyone shaking their bottoms on the dance floor! Free downloads available, any payment will go towards PRIZES for next project!

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As everyone knows, compilations are made by people who don't have enough talent or patience to release an album of their own. IDMf Club Bangerz (sic) is smart in that it tries to avoid this pitfall by using several tracks by Qianta.

If that wasn't enough genius for you it also has a lot of pink on the album cover, and a weird shade of purple too.

Obviously I didn't listen to the album in full, but if I had I would probably have something like this to say: IDMf Club Bangerz (sic) is the exact dance music you would expect from this community. It has all the boring traits of house music that these bedroom nerds usually scowl at, but somehow manages to fuse it with all the tedium of their own bleak artistic expression.

In all honesty, Dictator is my favourite Clash song of all time, but the rest of Cut the Crap feels like it has no place in the band's catalog. You're much better off with everything from the London Calling era, and a lot of the work on Sandinista is worth checking out too. You also can't go wrong with some of the more fun songs from Combat Rock like Should I Stay or Should I Go and Rock the Casbah.

Famously Roger Ebert was not a fan of Blue Velvet. Often I trust the judgements that man made but sometimes I just don't get it. He also gave We Need to Talk About Kevin four stars out of four stars. That movie had very two dimensional characters in my opinion, and gave very little insight into the true horrors of school massacres.

Using numbers to review things is a little arbitrary as it is. No one needs to know what you rate something out of four. At least rate it out of five. Some websites rate movies and games out of 100. They can actually afford to be that specific, although they don't usually justify the difference between an 86 out of 100 and an 87, you know?

Actually, Netflix just switched to this new percentage thing but I don't think it works too well. It tells me I have an 80% match on shows I rated 5/5 on the old system, but to be an 80% match means I would have rated them 4/5.

OH! Also, Oatbag's on there twice, because he remixed a track. That almost slipped past me. Mysta FX too. Probably others.

Anyway, this album is probably 4/4 all the way through. I don't know if that's helpful to you, but I think most people who review music completely neglect time signatures because they don't know what they're listening to.

Maybe a friend who features on IDMf Club Bangerz (sic) could force you to put it on your phone. Then you might be out somewhere, and you'll run out of data, and if there's no Wi-Fi you'll still have something to listen to.

Or you could just download it now, listen to it, and form your own opinions on how great it is.

- Tim the Professional Reviewer

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released May 5, 2017

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