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Compilation Compilation: Uptown, Baby!

Da Pantz - Uptown, Baby!
Da Pantz - Uptown, Baby!

Compilation Summary:
Name: Uptown, Baby!
Release Date: 4 April 2011
Media Type: mp3/flac/etc
Additional Info: Details Page
Download Link: Download Info

Added On: 22 July 2012
By: flag Starpilot

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Compilation Details For Uptown, Baby!:

“On April 4th, 2009, I wrote the first song on this record; a post-it note featuring a crudely drawn arpeggiator became "Here Come the Pretzels!", a reference to watching The Simpsons with my family that inspired me to explore the autobiographical nature of home.

A tribute to project housing and salsa music became "Elevators". I synthesized the increasing acceleration of my cousin's Chevy Tahoe into the EP's title track. Most telling, however, is the album's central effort, a celebration of friendship named after one of many physical connections to my peers throughout Brooklyn: "Triborough Bridge". Indeed, while at first glance this seems to be yet another salute to the Bronx, a closer look reveals what's really being said underneath the raucous shouts of "BX ALL DAY": that it's time to fucking party with my friends. Let's GO!” - Ricardo Almonte (Da Pantz)


Compilation Artists: flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte)

Songs In This Production (6 Total) :

Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Flip by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) Log in to queue
Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Nightlife by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) l Locked
Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Triborough Bridge by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) l Locked
Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Uptown, Baby! by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) Log in to queue
Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Elevators by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) l Locked
Handheld » Game Boy (LSDJ, with extra equipment)Here Come The Pretzels! by flag Da Pantz (Ricardo Almonte) l Locked

Production Notes:

All tracks written by Ricardo Almonte
Artwork by Erin Battaglia (ohmyflippinggraphics.com)
Recorded & Mastered by Jamie Curran


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Da Pantz - Uptown, Baby!
Da Pantz - Uptown, Baby!