This is the album that started this whole movement. Go buy another copy for yourself (cuz you know your copy is CHEWED UP by now) or better yet, buy a copy and use it to deputize a new fan. Give it to your kids, your grandkids, your grandma, your co-workers, your momma, your dad, the police, the dude at the corner store, your doctor, your priest, your rabbi. Doesn't matter. We're all kings today.
I'm a huge fan of Outkast. I think they're both brilliant artists and I think its cool that they put together a community lik this (though I was sad to see that there's not much activity on it). However, I was really hoping that in the website, particularly as a member, there would be some way where you could write to the kast. I mean, it's not like you guys have to respond to every one. s***, you don't even gotta read em if you don't wana, but it wouldnt be a bad idea. I just really wanted to ask you two a couple of questions as a fellow musician and music appreciator.
As a DJ, there are certain songs you hear or play that touch you in a certain way. For me, it's OutKast's entire collection of work, and so much so that I have put together a Mixtape of some of their records that have touched me over the years. This is recorded and mixed live on turntables and includes hits from "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" to "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty". Check it out or download it at <a href="http://www.djkingali.podomatic.com" title="www.djkingali.podomatic.com">www.djkingali.podomatic.com</a>...
P.S. After listening let me know what's your favorite OutKast record and what songs should be included in VOL. II...PeaceRead more
I'm new to this. So ya'll bear with me. I got the dungeon runnin' through my veins. From big rube, to witch doctor, to cool breeze, the goodie mob, rico wade, sleepy brown, mr. dj, the 'kast, and the 2nd generation. Much respect to those who feel da same. Peace!!