Various – Super Electronic 2000. Label: Grave Music Company – GMS-739, Grave Music Company – gms 739. Format: CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release.
Top 10 rap-electronic songs. While some of the acts listed here have been embraced by the electronic/dance community such as So Solid Crew, Dizzee Rascal, and The Streets, this list is going merely for the rapped vocals. By the mid to late 2000's, electronic/dance influences have stormed into the pop music world. This list reflects dance-pop songs by mainstream artists not squarely in the electronic/dance music realm that have noticeable electronic influences.
Goldfrapp - Felt Mountain. September 11th, 2000.
Classical Modern Opera Orchestral Electronic 2-step Abstract Acid Acoustic Ambient Atmospheric Breaks Bass Big Room Breakbeat Breakcore Breaks Chillout ChillStep Chiptune Classic Trance Crossbreed Dance Dark electro Darkside Darkwave Deep Deep Drum & Bass Deep Dubstep Deep House Disco Downtempo Dream Drum & Bass Drumfunk Drumstep Dub Dub Techno Dubstep Easy listening EBM Electro Electroclash Euro-House Eurodance Experimental Future Bass Future House Gabber.
Release group by Various Artists. Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation. electronic, experimental.
Decade Top 100: Best Dance Hits 2000-2009.
The Noise Made by People. 177. Their first singles ticked off their references-the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, the United States of America, Nico. By 2000, to put it very lightly, the Wu-Tang Clan had diversified their bonds. RZA’s original plan for the group ended with 1997’s Forever, and by the turn of the millennium, many fans lamented the loss of his hold over the group, which had more or less devolved into a watered-down brand stamped onto a variety of middling stuff.
On their debut they made the shtick work with super-charged tunes that took pimply Nuggets-era bubblegum-blues through a Nineties garage-punk lens. On awesomely titled songs like "Introduce the Metric System In Time" and "Declare Guerre Nucleaire," frontman "Howlin'" Pelle Almquist yowled like a Nordic white blues maniac over triple-time pummel, and on "Main Offender" they gave us a stomping power-pop anthem for the ages. The album carried the torch for song-based hard rock awesomeness during the lean years of rap-rock, cribbing as much from the Beatles and glam-era Bowie as from avant-metal kin like The Melvins. Crushing, hypnotic, and frequently laugh-out-loud hilarious – like a good buzz should be.