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    Anonymous

    coldcut and roots manuva, the godfathers of vjing and one of britains hottest emcees right now with a double dope video.

    [yt]CHv1zd4XpdI[/yt]

    enjoy…

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    globalloon
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    hello

    nice

    :bigsmile:

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    BioTech
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    Top stuff mate. Nice one. Haven’t heard that track.

    Representing the Innerfield/Planet Yes system too 🙂

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    PaulM
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    Greatttttt vid!

    Its a newish track. . . Radio 1 played it once!

    Love the B/W line art stuff! :bigsmile:

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    i’ve been loving the ninja tunes video page recently as well…

    http://www.ninjatune.net/videos/

    roots manuva, mr scruff, kid koala…tonnes of buff tunes…

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    mis-chief
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    such a shame that the great pioneers seem to have recently lost their integrity when they sold their awesome “save the rainforest” a/v track “Timber” to Ford!!!

    the irony is sickening :bitter:

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    mis-chief wrote:
    such a shame that the great pioneers seem to have recently lost their integrity when they sold their awesome “save the rainforest” a/v track “Timber” to Ford!!!

    the irony is sickening :bitter:

    no way! darkside.

    coldcut’s excuse:

    coldcut wrote:
    Ford Motors of Canada recently offered Coldcut & Hexstatic a substantial fee to use their song ‘Timber’ in a forthcoming Canadian TV ad. Initially the reaction was to refuse Ford’s request – “we didn’t want our music to be used to promote anything environmentally dodgy, particularly Ford, who have a bad ecological track record. And the irony of Ford choosing Timber was just weird. We thought it would be worth speaking to Greenpeace about it as they have used Timber a lot and also we had read about Ford in their last newsletter. Our contact at Greenpeace suggested we could make a useful compromise by donating half the fee to Greenpeace’s ‘JumpStartFord’, a campaign to get Ford to improve their practices.”
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