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Genteel Death 02.04.2013 04:32 PM

Help Me Out
 
Heavily audible good examples of hip hop that is influenced by rock music and vice versa. Help me. HELP ME!

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 02.04.2013 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Genteel Death
Heavily audible good examples of hip hop that is influenced by rock music and vice versa. Help me. HELP ME!


deftones= hip hop influenced rock music, you could essentially take every drum track of theirs and throw it on a rap track and nobody would even notice ;)

kool keith has some cool rock influenced hip hop like the Mr Nogatco album

!@#$%! 02.04.2013 05:35 PM

here's one for laughs only

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B_UYYPb-Gk

also: dee dee ramone

now more seriously-- living colour had/has a bunch of influences and here's a track w/ queen latifah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRAc2pNl6Xg

i hadn't listened to that in 100,000 years

ps- lastly, another obvious call

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jqutCxpKLU

/and/ oh shit/ before puff daddy made the godzilla score and changed his name a bunch of times there was this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-PxCWwu5kQ

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SYRFox 02.05.2013 05:53 AM

can't find the tune on youtube, but percee p - the dirt & the filth (feat aesop rock)
NOT the madlib remix

Rob Instigator 02.05.2013 12:42 PM

All early RUN DMC is fat rock riffs man

TheMadcapLaughs 02.05.2013 01:30 PM

portishead is pretty hip hopish.
the beastie boys "sabatoge" is great example.
beck

pretty obvious ones i know, but thats all i got off the top of the dome peice

Toilet & Bowels 02.06.2013 01:52 PM

depends what you mean by rock influenced, New Kingdom maybe

Glice 02.06.2013 04:02 PM

Someone showed me this recently, which I'd not seen before. Overlooked, at least by me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=A0iSaNC597U

TheMadcapLaughs 02.06.2013 08:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Glice
Someone showed me this recently, which I'd not seen before. Overlooked, at least by me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=A0iSaNC597U


interesting. reminds me of this, only less cringeworthy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ8D2iF20dM

EVOLghost 02.06.2013 08:56 PM

It's all about the Benjamin's puff daddy

noisereductions 02.06.2013 09:12 PM

KoRn

noisereductions 02.06.2013 09:13 PM

the fucking White(y) Album.

the ikara cult 02.08.2013 07:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Glice
Someone showed me this recently, which I'd not seen before. Overlooked, at least by me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=A0iSaNC597U


I was about to post this as well but then Glice beat me to it, the swine

Heres a full album of theirs

Also, Asian Dub Foundation?

batreleaser 02.08.2013 10:32 PM

Gang Gang Dance influenced by hip hop, Shabazz Palaces has influences in rock. Shit lots of stuff is influenced by Hip Hop now. Black Dice, for sure.

Severian 02.10.2013 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by batreleaser
Gang Gang Dance influenced by hip hop, Shabazz Palaces has influences in rock. Shit lots of stuff is influenced by Hip Hop now. Black Dice, for sure.



Yeah, definitely. Shabazz is kind of a wild card, but you're definitely right.

Also, not to point out the ultra obvious here, but... Beck? I know the guy is pretty much a figure of Bowie/Dylan influence at this point, but some of his b-sides from the Odelay era seem to meet your criteria pretty goddamn precisely.

Also I was thinking, what about the first UNKLE release? The entire album is a mash up of trip hop and rock/pop.

The Grey Album.

I'm trying here, but I just cannot think of many artists in recent years who have done the hip hop+rock thing with any positive results.

Severian 02.10.2013 12:39 PM

How about the Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust?
Or Trent Reznor and El-P- Flyentology EP?

pad_023 02.10.2013 12:45 PM

The Bowery electric were pretty heavily influenced by hip hop and you can hear it in some their songs. It's kind of a combination of trip hop beats with shoegazing guitars.

Toilet & Bowels 02.12.2013 05:34 PM

The thread asks for hip hop influenced by rock, not anything that sounds like something made by someone who heard a rap record at some point.

I don't think there is a lot of hip hop influenced by rock, and also aside from rap songs that sample electric guitars it's hard to say what hip hop that's influenced by rock is, there are a few collaborations between rock and rap musicians, eg. Public Enemy & Anthrax, or the Judgement Day soundtrack, or things like DJ Premier remixing Limp Biscuits, or that Blondie song Rapture, and none of those things are really worth listening to, and most of the stuff other people have mentioned is just varying degrees of sidelined crap.

Anyway, I wouldn't say it's rock influenced, but Killed in The Crap Game by Money Boss Players does sample an electric guitar, you can listen to it at the link below, and it's a great.

http://www.unkut.com/2010/08/money-b...bin-the-bronx/

http://www.unkut.com/2010/08/money-b...bin-the-bronx/

Genteel Death 02.12.2013 05:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toilet & Bowels
The thread asks for hip hop influenced by rock, not anything that sounds like something made by someone who heard a rap record at some point.

I don't think there is a lot of hip hop influenced by rock, and also aside from rap songs that sample electric guitars it's hard to say what hip hop that's influenced by rock is, there are a few collaborations between rock and rap musicians, eg. Public Enemy & Anthrax, or the Judgement Day soundtrack, or things like DJ Premier remixing Limp Biscuits, or that Blondie song Rapture, and none of those things are really worth listening to, and most of the stuff other people have mentioned is just varying degrees of sidelined crap.

Anyway, I wouldn't say it's rock influenced, but Killed in The Crap Game by Money Boss Players does sample an electric guitar, you can listen to it at the link below, and it's a great.

http://www.unkut.com/2010/08/money-b...bin-the-bronx/

http://www.unkut.com/2010/08/money-b...bin-the-bronx/


That's why I've started this thread, but I thought some of you people may know examples I didn't already know and they turned out to be good. None of the mentions on this thread I'd describe as great examples.


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