The Great and Humble CADENCE of Raw Produce, Rest in Peace.
RIP CADENCEStarted 3 years ago by freshkest / toggle topic info
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Love Raw Produce, RIP cade... The feeling of now will be my Easter Driving jam.
How is it that everyone just posts R.I.P. but no one seems to have any further info..?
thanks, fresh. here's another insightful blurb:
The Produce Section:
gahdamn! mad jealous. I only have that I Am Myself & R.A.W. 12"... you have the vinyl reanimators weight of the world remix in there somewhere?
Thanks brother. I felt like this thread needed a bit of a positive spin on it.
(Sorry about the lq, slightly blurry pic - it's just a snapshot taken with a cellphone cam a while ago, but you can view a larger version if you follow the embedded link.)
The 'Weight of the World' 12" is the second one from the right in the top row.
There's actually another dope Vinyl Reanimators remix on the 'Cycles' 12", too. (OG pressings with Cade's phone number and missing logos top left)
The nerd in me just had to have both variants of the Grooveman Spot Remix as well...
Gotta love the RP logo and labels, too.
Fresh! That collection is the best tribute possible. Respect
I have the Make a Mark remix on the "Selling Celery To Get A Salary" CD (that also has the Thes One Feeling of Now remix). That was the song that first turned me on to the Reanimators, and from there I found the Weight of the World remix, which is to this day not just my favorite RP track but one of my favorite hip hop tracks period.
Wish I'd been around to see them live. I almost caught a lecture Cade was giving at UMass back in 2011 when I was visiting Hampshire college, his alma mater, but my schedule wouldn't allow. I don't recall what the lecture was on, but it wasn't music.. current events or something. A faculty member at Hampshire mentioned him when I asked about Mike Ladd. That was the first time I heard about RP, but I'd been diggin Mike for a few months at that point so I looked 'em up soon as I got back to the hotel room and instantly fell in love. But now listening to RP always takes me back to random hotel balconies across Mass hahah
To this day I've only been able to convert a few self-proclaimed "hip hop head" homies to RP, of course. But I'ma bump em til the day I die, and probably squeeze em into my upcoming radio show at OSU. f*** the haters..
RIP Seth Boyd
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