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Busta v. Stereolab?

No reason to rattle on at length. Just a note that a credited sample of Stereolab‘s “Come and Play in the Milky Night” (off the album Cobra Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night) serves as the tender backbone for Busta Rhymes‘ “Show Me What You Got” off Anarchy (Elektra/Flipmode). A visit to most major record-retail sites will let you A/B the two cuts. This isn’t the brand of collaboration that the Lo label had in mind (see the previous review, of the Constant Friction collection), but it’s well worth checking out.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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