Title: American Dream
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The first thing I noticed about Lyrycyst's American Dream was its musical distinctness-I was expecting opener "Showbiz" to be a bombardment of bassy, Southern-fried crunk or gangsta rap. What I found was quite different. Showbiz" is a massive sonic soundscape made up of electronic ambience, distorted riffs, and old-school hip-hop beats; if you like DJ Shadow, you won't be able to put it down. While Lyrycyst does not enlist acid rap/trip-hop as a key influence in his music, the similarity is undeniable. The album takes a more serious turn with "All In Vain" and "What If I," which explain Lyrycyst's troubled past, as well as his newfound life in Christ. Imagine the lyrical techniques of Eminem and Manafest combined with the biting, right-on-the-money remarks of manChild of Mars ILL and the fervor and fun of KJ-52, and you have Lyrycyst nailed.
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Gatsbys American Dream is the self-titled fourth album from Gatsbys American Dream. It is the band's second album released under Fearless Records and their fourth full-length overall. It is also the first album with band member Kyle O'Quin. You All Everybody" is the title of a song by Charlie Pace's band "Driveshaft" on the TV show Lost. Aside from the title, this song and the one on the show bear no similarities.
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The rebirth of LCD Soundsystem is marked by an extraordinary album obsessed with endings: of friendships, of love, of heroes, of a certain type of geeky fandom, and of the American dream itself. The rebirth of LCD Soundsystem is marked by an extraordinary album obsessed with endings: of friendships, of love, of heroes, of a certain type of geeky fandom, and of the American dream itself. Of course James Murphy fell for his own rock’n’roll myth. This is the guy who entered the realm of semi-stardom 15 years ago with Losing My Edge, a song that both poked fun at and paid tribute to music snobbery, that imagined a miracle man who witnessed every seminal underground event up-close, that used a list of cooler-than-thou names as an impenetrable shield.
|4||All In Vain|
|5||What If I|
|8||Cross My Heart|
|9||So Hard To Love|
|11||Song Plays On|