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Boomkat Product Review:
What do you get when you put Bonecrusher, Bad Brains, Beastie Boys, Black Sabbath and Bambaataa in a blender, then fry that on a kerosene-fuelled griddle and smoke it in a crack pipe? A shitload of hyperbole perhaps? Well, yes - but it also goes someway in capturing the greasy essence of CX Kidtronik and new album 'Krak Attack'. The debut album from CX, 'Krak Attack' has considerable pedigree - with the lad Kidtronix formerly leading early 90s super-group K.I.N (with Saul Williams) and the Further 3 MCs; a group widely credited with minting the aesthetic that would later go on to form a central crux of crunk and Atlanta-hop. Backed by a veritable Dads Army of guest collaborators, 'Krak Attack' is a dense hip-hop document that clocks in at 32 tracks and features appearances from the likes of Ramm:Ell:Zee, MF Grimm, High Priest (Anti-Pop, Airborn Audio), Kong & Mez & Profit (Monsta Island Czars), Zion I, Dr. Mad Vibe (Fishbone), Rustee Juxx, Agallah (Purple City) and Otto von Schirach (Schematic, Addict). Plundering styles and genres like there's no tomorrow, 'Krak Attack' can seem overwhelming on first exposure - but give it time and you'll find it full of hip-hop nourishment. Krak addict!