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Producers - Discussion / Publishing
« on: April 15, 2003, 06:17:00 PM »

lots of info, I´ll read it later


Producers - Discussion / Publishing
« on: April 15, 2003, 05:15:00 PM »
how can someone publish their tracks if they go no record deal. There´s like an insitute that helps you protect your ish? someone tried to break it down for me but I missed it.

anybody know?

Hot Traxxx / AfricasGateway Compilation
« on: April 15, 2003, 05:09:00 PM »
loads of ish poppin.

how big can the shout-out mp3´s be?


Hot Traxxx / Mobb Deep !
« on: April 15, 2003, 12:12:00 AM »
then quick-quick TAKE!

[ This message was edited by: fahfee on 14-04-2003 17:14 ]

too late, download page is off, sorry

[ This message was edited by: fahfee on 20-04-2003 13:01 ]

Hot Traxxx / Mobb Deep !
« on: April 14, 2003, 11:27:00 PM »
Just checkin´

Any M-O-BB fans on this ?

« on: April 14, 2003, 08:24:00 PM »
morpheous you proposed that everyone drop ish of Friday at 20:00 ! I think most people will be out.

nevertheless I ´ma go first:

1 Talib Kweli - Get By
2 Nas - Warrior Song (God´s Stepson remix)
3 Vakill - The Creed
4 Raekwon - Ice Cream (beat)
5 Gza - Highway Robbery
6 Canibus - How many mcs
7 Little Brother - Groupies
8 Ill Bill - license to ill
9 Akrobatic - Fugitive
10 Freddy Foxxx - Pain


General Discussion / SAMA awards
« on: April 14, 2003, 04:30:00 AM »
Congratulations to SQUAD DA KAMP,Buttabing Entertainment and South African Music as a whole.


Politics / If you to go to war you have already lost
« on: April 09, 2003, 07:40:00 PM »
Another American (Stanford ) "Intellectual":

Peaceful solutions not effective in Iraq

By Bo Cowgill
Tuesday, April 8, 2003
last updated April 7, 2003 10:03 PM

Future world leaders at Stanford can learn something from the war with Iraq. Something besides the need to respect international opinion and use violence only as a last resort.
Leaders should also be able to identify threats to stability and confront them, even when doing so is challenging and unpopular and before violence is imminent. Leaders should also know when easy solutions such as deterrence or diplomacy have outlived their effectiveness and when serious action is warranted.

The situation with Iraq is an example of an emerging threat that peaceful solutions cannot handle. Recent history shows that Iraq is a threat to the United States and to our allies, as well as to the stability in the Middle East. It is also clear from the historical record the ineffectiveness of deterrence and diplomacy in dealing with this threat.

On many occasions, Iraq’s government publicly stated its desire to attack the United States and its allies. Even in the face of war, it has yet to backtrack.

The most recent public announcement was Hussein’s November 2000 call for all Arabs to attack the interests of the United States, British and Israeli interests worldwide. According to the Middle East Intelligence Bulletin (Jan. 2001), in December 2000, Iraq’s state-controlled media announced, “a number of Arabian Gulf states are likely to face explosions and operations against U.S. forces in these countries.”

In June 2002, a Kuwaiti newspaper quoted top adviser to Hussein saying, “The time has come to take the fight to their own homes in America.”

Another adviser said, “If [Osama] Bin Laden truly did carry out the September attacks as they claim, then as Allah is my witness, we will prove to them that what happened in September is a picnic compared to the wrath of Saddam Hussein.”

These threats to the United States and our allies have been repeated throughout the 1990s — even before former President George Bush’s inauguration. In 1991, they were acted upon when Iraq attacked Israel and Kuwait. At no point has Iraq shown any signs of changing its combative rhetoric.

Meanwhile, Iraq has sought chemical, biological and nuclear weapons on many documented occasions. It doesn’t matter who armed Iraq in the 1980s. The use of these weapons against American troops or civilians in 2003 would render significant damage and must be prevented.

In spite of economic sanctions and inspections, nuclear weapons are a realistic goal for Iraq. The significantly weaker North Korean economy was able to pay for nuclear weapons and make them while being inspected by the United Nations. What would be different about Iraq?

The threat from Iraq is obvious, and there is no realistic way to impede this threat short of war. Deterrence and diplomacy would fail as an alternative to war. If nothing else, the current situation demonstrates that Hussein cannot be deterred. In the past few months, Hussein has chosen almost certain death above complete cooperation or resignation. He was likewise resistant to deterrence in the Gulf War in 1991, when he faced a much stronger American force and an unclear post-war fate.

Deterring Hussein has failed in the past. Why would it work in the future if Iraq becomes a nuclear power? Even if Hussein could be deterred, nothing prevents him from covertly giving weapons to people who can’t be deterred — like the Sept. 11 hijackers.

Any diplomatic solution that leaves Iraq in charge of its own disarmament is bound to fail. If promises meant anything to the Hussein regime, there would be no concern about his disarmament to begin with.

This is true even with inspections. Iraq is too large to inspect in the first place — the significantly smaller North Korean regime was able to develop nuclear weapons in spite of ongoing United Nations inspections and a paltry economy. Iraq’s history of lack of cooperativeness with weapons inspections makes thorough inspections even more unlikely.

Even a tougher inspections regime would not work. The world cannot pay indeterminate attention to Iraq, and the United States cannot indefinitely sustain its military buildup. Without a military buildup, it’s doubtful that Iraq would have taken steps towards disarmament at all.

When deterrence and diplomacy fail, there are only two remaining options: Act now, or wait for Iraq to fulfill its promises. It’s a pity that the United Nations could not see the ineffectiveness of more diplomacy, but nearly all opposition countries released a statement saying, “We hope our posture on Iraq will not affect normal relations with the U.S..”

The move exposed the shallowness of the “alienation” U.S. allies felt over our stance. Defense policy is about national security, not about being popular. Attacking Iraq was the right decision.

Bo Cowgill is a senior majoring in public policy. He can be reached at

It doesn’t matter who armed Iraq in the 1980s. ???

[ This message was edited by: fahfee on 09-04-2003 12:41 ]

Politics / If you to go to war you have already lost
« on: April 09, 2003, 07:33:00 PM »
^ sorry, I posted that.

What is the verdict ? They got or not?

General Discussion / check out south african,swedish collabo
« on: April 06, 2003, 08:10:00 AM »
heard the track, decent

I hope to see more of these hookups in the near-future

Hot Traxxx / Ramesh
« on: April 05, 2003, 07:00:00 PM »
we need to form like our own distribution joint cause the majors aint really working for the artists or the fans. Like we need to connect, be able to ship stuff to anywhere around the country and the world, while minimising the costs.


Graf Heads / Aspiring tag artist
« on: April 05, 2003, 06:29:00 AM »
Have you heard or noticed MSE and/or Atom75 ?

Hot Traxxx / MORE hot ISH!
« on: April 05, 2003, 06:27:00 AM »
I wanna be a producer when I grow up eating weed cookies.

Hot Traxxx / Cunning Lynguists
« on: April 05, 2003, 06:23:00 AM »
New album, I  heard a lot about these southern dudes.

Streaming Audio:" TARGET="_blank">< Listen to tha New Album >  

I digged Seasons featuring MASta ACE

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