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Choon Choosday: Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip – Letter From God To Man

26 March, 2013

Well if nothing else, this is the longest title I’ve given to a post. Scroobius Pip is a wonderful lyrical talent – if you like this you should also check out Thou Shalt Always Kill – and Dan le Sac’s reworking of Radiohead’s Planet Telex is inspired, giving this track a growing tension and anger that matches the increasing exasperation of Pip’s lyrics. It’s infectious, it’s contentious, it’s forthright, it’s a





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  1. So very cool my dear RG.

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