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9 thoughts on “ Is This Alright - Cities Aviv - Your Discretion Is Trust (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Fenrimi says:
    Cities Aviv‘s latest, Your Discretion is Trust, got picked up by Geoff Rickly (former Thursday frontman, United Nations / No Devotion) for release on Collect Records—a fitting home for Discretion‘s dystopic punk The tracks are brief Dilla-esque sketches that owe little to linear time, jumping into and out of ideas without cushioning or.
  2. Modal says:
    Feb 22,  · The fifth track off of Cities Aviv's debut album, "Come to Life". No I don't own this, I'm a fan and it is sinful how little attention this guy gets. Buy it.
  3. Nat says:
    supported by 26 fans who also own “Your Discretion Is Trust” This dude's fuckin crazy. He's like as good as Death Grips. radical go to album.
  4. Taukus says:
    6ix9ine's best stuff is when he's pissed off. Gummo, Keke, Rondo, all crap. Gummo's beat is alright but average at best. Now Kooda and Billy slap. That's the kind of 6ix9ine I like. It's really just those 2 tracks that good. I think the rest of the tape is pretty bad but to be expected. / 6: 6. Cities Aviv "Raised for a Better View" ().
  5. Gardakazahn says:
    Cities Aviv: Neutralizer / Graced And Blessed ‎ (2xFile, MP3, Single, ) Not On Label (Cities Aviv Self-released) none: US: Compilations.
  6. Gukazahn says:
    I received it broken and Ormolycka couldn’t replace me the plastic box from the special edition, but he said yes for the rest. I spent 50€ to send it back to his house, and after 2 month he no longer reply to my messages, he blocked me on snakesaccident instagram account after asking news in comment section.
  7. Yok says:
    he really disappointed. usually when a Cities Aviv song isnt good it's because of everything but Cities but this album it's the opposite. he basically ruins most of the songs by making them drag or by trying to use bad autotune thru the whole thing. nothing here clicks and it's sad bc Cities Aviv is someone who i consider one of the best hip-hop innovators of the past decade.
  8. Dishura says:
    "The Tunes Of Two Cities" is the second part of The Residents' Mole Trilogy which began with "Mark Of The Mole" in While the first LP is an elaborately told story of political and social struggle, "Two Cities" is a documentation of the music of these two different cultures as they were before fate threw them into turmoil.
  9. Akilar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Tunes Of Two Cities on Discogs.

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