View Full Version : How I Made My Millionz!

06-08-2007, 10:21 AM
Thank you Professor Chaos and PilZ-E for listening to Richee often enough for me to take notice, download the Cassette is the New Vinyl album, and get completely addicted. I named the thread after my favorite song on the album (though I love Funeral and and In The Scene too).

At first listen, I was like "I dunno, this might be too ridiculous for even me".

Then I listened more, and the purposely horribly corny rapping style grew on me. It's just so over the top that I can't even be embarrassed, it's just so much fun; plus, there are some pretty good lines here and there.

Then, as you know, I'm into creative beats and covers, and I LOVE the 8-bit stuff on here. It's just amazing!

So yeah, Roger, share that link again for the pretty people. And then we can talk about it.

Warning: most of you will likely hate the album.

Oh, and I downloaded the Vyncent Flaw EP. Haven't listened to it yet though.

Professor Chaos
06-08-2007, 02:23 PM



I fucking love this album.

When I first listened to it, and heard him sampling David Bowie, I was just like "...holy shit... YES!"

Vyncent Flaw is totally different than this... but I'd definitely still give them a listen.

06-08-2007, 02:30 PM
When I first listened to it, and heard him sampling David Bowie, I was just like "...holy shit... YES!"

i kno rite? I had the same reaction when I realized he was sampling Bjork on "Funeral". Holy shit!

06-09-2007, 01:41 AM
Here's another project of his: WE ARE THE SCENE (http://http://mcsnacktime.com/downloads.html)
I recommend you get the "In the scene EP" first.
Well, get them all... But that one's the best.
OH! Oh, and, get that "Drop. Science" Demo towards the bottom. This is my addiction of the week.

06-09-2007, 02:36 AM
How I Made My Millionz is my favorite on the album as well. At first I really wasn't sure I liked it, then I just wanted to listen to it. Vyncent Flaw aren't the same but they are, in my opinion, a lot better.