Random Atari Tracks Tuesday

Hello friends,

I’ve gone through the vaults and unearthed a few random tracks here. The first is “An Approach to Pre Kickage,” which was the intro to the EP that eventually became “The Central Parking Lot Rangers EP.” This was the intro to the EP, which also set the tone for my debut album, “Kick, Punch, Fight, Rhyme.” I always thought this beat was pretty funky and no one ever heard it, so here you go.

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Next up is a remix I did for “A Middle Man’s Brain,” a track off of “12.31.99,” deliberately bass-heavy and distorted, I wanted to go with something a bit more upbeat than the original production to kick up the energy a tad. I think eventually I’ll compile all of these remixes and put them together, one of these days anyway …

atari_blitzkrieg-middle_man_remix.mp3

Last up is a song that was on “12.30.99,” Two Six Double-Oh, my ode to the Atari 2600. This track was produced by my man Cadence of Raw Produce, it’s sort of the Atari version of GZA’s Labels, I guess. Although I don’t think GZA goes Commando when he’s hanging out at Burger Time. Enjoy.

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