Big Scoob: Suckaz Can't Hang, Tape
Big Scoob: Suckaz Can't Hang, Tape
€8.90
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Big Scoob
The Booty Bandits
Suckaz Can't Hang

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
2 track cassette single
  • Cold Chillin
  • (CCC2025)
  • 7 Tracks
  • UPC 754647202548
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Suckaz Can't Hang (Voc.)

4:52
A2

Niggaz Can't Hang (Voc.)

4:52
A3

Suckaz Can't Hang (Inst.)

4:52
B1

Booty Bandit (Dirty)

5:22
B2

Suckaz Can't Hang (Freestyle Live At Madison Square Garden With Big Daddy Kane)

Featuring
  • Big Daddy Kane
1:46
B3

Booty Bandit (Clean)

4:05
B4

Booty Bandit (Inst.)

5:24

Credits

Co Producer
  • Easy Mo Bee
Producer
  • Big Scoob
Scratches
  • LS1

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We used to know Émile Sornin as the son, the pupil, who saw fathers of his among the pioneers of baroque, progressive and psychedelic pop; who found big brothers by heart and aesthetics in Aquaserge; the (nearly) solitary creator of the “fine retro-maniac piece of work” (The Drone), Rhapsode, in 2014. After experiences in metal, garage, hip hop, he had spent a lot of time exploring, mixing together, digging, getting to the roots with the seriousness of a young man on a quest for territories to occupy. An insatiable jack-of-all-trades, he directed delirious videos for Dizzee Rascal or Disclosure when he wasn’t combing the countryside to discover new instruments (the movie Le Bon Coin Forever). Here is Émile Sornin the (new) father, the dubbed artist, the one-man-studio fully aware of his essential influences (French 70s movie soundtracks – Philippe Sarde, François De Roubaix, Francis Lai – rather than Italian giallo soundtracks, synth pioneers such as Wendy Carlos or Mort Garson, library music à la Camille Sauvage, Claude Vasori and Roger Roger); the captain of a dense, tight live band. The man called by producer Sebastian to the bedside of – scoop – Charlotte Gainsbourg’s next album. The man who just gave birth to La Pantoufle. From shore to shore, Émile Sornin incorporated into his music the humor and self-mockery he didn’t dare to embrace in the past.