These Beats of Mine​.​.​.

by Speed on the Beat

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These Beats of Mine, they glow with an awesome power. Their burning grip (on your earholes) tells me to defeat you.

Inspired by Sinitus Tempo, and my own love of anime, I'm dropping a (fo' free) anime-inspired instrumental tape. It's full of hot-blooded manliness, sentimental thinking man's beauty, and even a couple of tracks you wouldn't expect.

The title is a play on the "warm-up" for Domon Kasshu's Shining (and Burning) Finger attack from G Gundam.

The cover art is a combination of the end of G Gundam and the sixth episode of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, with a tint that's right out of the Gurren Lagann finale. Why? Well, music should be a couple of things: it should be kickass 9000% of the time, and it should also come from the soul, and be made from love. Also, it should, if you're not the emotive type, make your beard grow exponentially.

Project was also, in some ways, inspired by my mom and her death. Probably another reason why a lot of the tracks have something to do with the heart.

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released 31 August 2015

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Speed on the Beat Baltimore, Maryland

Speed on the Beat is an average guy with a gift for putting his soul to music. The "Revolutionary Hippie" strives to educate with hot beats, hot rhymes, obscure references and samples, and real-life lessons, all while promoting understanding, unity, equity and equality.

Oh, and Baltimore. Lots and lot of Baltimore.
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