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by thing-one

Hip-hop fusion
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome to GSSF
1:51 $0.99
2. Flashback
3:59 $0.99
3. Life On Broad
3:33 $0.99
4. Feel the Wait
2:58 $0.99
5. Riding High
3:22 $0.99
6. Once Familiar Eyes
3:57 $0.99
7. Walk Away II
3:33 $0.99
8. Little Boy Big Boy
3:08 $0.99
9. Due Time
3:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
"...slinky dance beats, Beach Boys-like group-vocal harmonies, and touches of many styles..."

tight friends since pre-k, thing-one has had birthday parties at playground McDonalds... watched Ghostbusters on VHS and cried when they killed the marshmallow man... sang along to "You're the Best Around"... thought they were Goonies(Joey still thinks he is)... cheered when they finally beat the second Bald Bull... played recorder in 4th grade... and then formed a tight band.

more recently, thing-one has brought sold out crowds to NYC's knitting factory, mercury lounge, and pianos... they've had a blast opening for MATISYAHU at Syracuse University... gotten into deep conversations about legos while traveling up and down the eastern seaboard, stopping only for gas, nacho doritos, or the love doctor's bladder problem... and pushed themselves to the limits of sanity driving to Penn State and back every Thursday last semester.

but they just keep going, and do this for no one but you my friend. come see, come hear what post collegiate children are yapping about over London Calling and RC PRO AM.

"supreme trip-hop with elements of jazz and funk that seem to hearken to Miles Davis as much as De La Soul or the Wu Tang Clan... they are exciting."
-- Rich Quinlan JERSEY BEAT

ghettoskylinesuburbanfarmland is thing-one's second LP. several tracks have been featured on XM Satellite Radio, as well as on several local (NYC/north jersey), and regional radio stations. most notably WSOU 89.5, Seton Hall Pirate Radio, the #1 college radio station in the country, and WOCM 98.1 in Maryland.

"flashback" was featured as part of a segment on NBC's 'TODAY SHOW'

the track "walk away II" has been selected for Steppin Out Magazine's More Music Vol. 5 CD and Binghampton University's 2006 compilation CD.

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Grace Servedio

awesome vocals music is fresh
thing-one has a new fresh sound with awesome lyrics that appeals to all ages! I wish the band goes on tour so I can see them in person!

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nice beats and great vocals
Although I will admit there are 2 tracks I skip through I have been playing this CD non-stop since getting it. Flashback is my ultimate favorite... The mix of vocals and rhyme is great and the background beats make the songs.. Hopefully this group will keep coming out with other great music.

Joshua Cohen

beautiful music for messed up world
The album is tight and keeps me hanging on the edge wanting more. Which is the only problem it's over too quickly. I wish the had sang a couple more... I also hope they make there way to the west coast so I can see them live.