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Death Grips - Ex Military flac
Performer: Death Grips
Title: Ex Military
Label: Third Worlds
Country: US
Released: Dec 2011
Style: Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1256 mb | MP3 size: 1580 mb | WMA size: 2832 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rap / Rock

1Known For It4:04
2Cut Throat (Instrumental)1:02
3Spread Eagle Cross The Block3:49
4Lord Of The Game
Featuring – Mexican Girl
6Culture Shock4:15
7Takyon (Death Yon)2:47
8Blood Creepin4:35
11I Want It I Need It (Death Heated)6:06
12Thru The Walls3:37


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneDeath Grips Exmilitary ‎(13xFile, FLAC, Mixtape)Third WorldsnoneUS2011
EX91024TW001 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Cle)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001 France2015
EX91024TW001 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Cle)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001 France2015
noneDeath Grips Ex Military ‎(CD)Third WorldsnoneUK2011
EX91024TW001Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Whi)Not On Label (Death Grips)EX91024TW001France2015


Certain tracks have been edited due to time constraints of an LP:
- Lord of the Game: Sample after music ends has been cut (~4 seconds cut)
- Cut Throat (Instrumental): Reversed drum loop and final "It's Death Grips" cut from near the end (~12 seconds cut)
- Klink: Final 30 seconds cut
- 5D: Final 28 seconds cut
- Thru The Walls: Outro is shortened (~15 seconds cut)


  • Matrix / Runout (Side-A, stamped): 91024 1A TW 001
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-B, stamped): 91024 1B TW 001


  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 91024



to run, nowhere to hide Told me it was all good, but they lied Don't wait to see whites of their eyes Death to everyone who does not recognize Wars never done, think it is you die. Where was I now Like I said before Hear someone knockin At my front door Who could it be, should I ignore The knockin or see what could be in store For me if I leave the safety of the shore So many options, so little time To do what I want 'fore the end of the line Places its blade in the. Death Grips - Black Google ALL TRACKS 165mb. Exmilitary is the debut mixtape by experimental hip hop group Death Grips. It was released for free on April 25, 2011 through the band's website. Nate Patrin of Pitchfork Media gave Exmilitary a 7. 5, describing the album as a a bludgeoning slab of hostility that avoids being an is the debut full length mixtape from West Coast experimental hip-hop 3 piece Death Grips. Released in 2011, it features 13 songs, 3 of which were on their debut EP Death Grips , which was released earlier in the same year. The second song on the album, Guillotine , became a defining song for the band in its early years. Exmilitary Q&A. Exmilitary, also known as Ex Military, is the debut mixtape by experimental hip hop group Death Grips. The mixtape was released for free on April 25, 2011 through the group's official website, . Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Grips - Exmilitary. There are many emotions that can be associated with hip-hop. From the downright playful, to the gritty underground, the faces of hip-hop take on many sizes, shapes, and forms. The past year has seen the rise of shock-and-awe act Odd Future which has been making a name for themselves for their rather over the top songwriting and antics. Seriously, this album makes everything from Wu-Tang sound like an season of Barney and Friends. At thirteen songs and just under the fifty minute marker, what we get on Exmilitary is a collection of beats and lyrics that are dredged up from the scum of ones mind and brought into sonic format. Listen free to Death Grips Ex Military. Incorrect tag for Exmilitary. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Death Grips. Ex Military. Listen free to Death Grips Exmilitary Beware, Guillotine and more. 13 tracks 48:33. Sacramento punk-rap outfit Death Grips are known for starting frothing mosh pits with a style that seems in keeping with the hardcore-meets-hip-hop confluence that first ran through skate culture a few decades back. Exmilitary, their free mixtape, is a bludgeoning slab of hostility that plays like both sides of a circa-1987 Cro-Mags bw Just-Ice home tape bleeding through each other. Exmilitary avoids any of the flaws outlined above, but it's still a potentially alienating album: unnerving when you're not on its aggro wavelength, inviting when you are, and transfixing either way, tha

Comments (44)
Hi my son will be getting out this Tuesday The records will be shipped by Wednesday afternoon. Very sorry for the further delay and thank you for your patience.
Fucking awesome album / mixtape. Sounds really good as well.
Since the original source flacs are 55 mins...Anyone knows what they shortened to make it 45mins at most?
Very helpful comment. Strongly encourage you to add these to the release notes as they seem pretty accurate.
They cut down 2 of the songs in length. Check the MP3s.
i dont have this on LP but exmilitary is about 48 minutes,with those edits mentioned, they probably shortened it by a minute or two
They shortened a bunch of the instrumental parts of the album- The small audio snippet at the end of Lord of the Game (- 4 seconds)- A good chunk of Cut Throat (- 12 seconds)- The end of Klink before the drum sample comes in. (- 31 seconds)- Half of 5D (- 18 seconds)- Part of the end of Thru the Walls (- 15 seconds)And somehow this was enough to fit it on one record.
700+ people “have” this record like 30 people “have” this https://www.discogs.com/Wu-Tang-Clan-Once-Upon-A-Time-In-Shaolin/release/8058591
How do you know they pressed more than 500? Because you're a doctor? You stayed at a Holiday Inn last night? You're a genius. Unless you worked at the pressing plant and pressed them, don't be a dingus.
Also, this record's resale value is insane enough that it used to change hands a lot. I would not be surprised if half the people counted here had sold their copy and just forgot to remove it from their Collections.
this album was released in higher quantity, so yeah. it isn't surprising that so many people say they own it.
Heh. Stumbled across this one at Amoeba Records during 2012's Memorial Day weekend. $20 new. Most people, when horrendously drunk, buy things that they don't remember buying. I pass on things I probably would've bought if I were sober. So, I didn't pick this one up. If you're the person who got it instead of me, you're welcome. :)Anyway, awesome mixtape. Still play it a lot. Worth tracking down.
5 ⛧⛧⛧⛧⛧ Album. Sick live band too 10 word limit
so some of the tracks are supposed to be shorter right?
I believe so, the ending of Klink isn't the full version.
are you kidding me! to the people selling this. you guys are freaking insane! total BS
feels so good to own this
When is someone going to pirate this album for everyone?
Gold Crown
Because you have a copy, you don't want others to? Decent.
Warp has the rights, and they might have enough influence to get the samples cleared. An official repress would be cool.
Double post ignore.
I paid $19.98 for this LP in May of 2012 and look at it now. Holy shit.
Right? Same here. Wish I had an extra copy lying around.
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i like how this comment was edited... was there an error in your gibberish before? truly this website amazes me
I'm trying to get a replacement cover for this LP. My copy arrived with the cover all beaten up and of course split seams, so if anyone out there has access to one of these and is willing to sell, please send me a message. Thanks!
Ill take your old beaten up copy if you don't want it anymore ;)
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I just noticed the LP is selling for fairly high amounts. Was it limited? Does anyone know how many were pressed?
it wasn't very limited, people just really like money
i read on ebay that only 1000 were made. and they most definitely won't repress it since most of the tracks on it are unlicensed samples. cheapest one i found up until is 399 and thats the starting bid
SanspantsI just noticed the LP is selling for fairly high amounts. Was it limited? Does anyone know how many were pressed?.The album contains a lot of un-cleared samples (which we can only assume the band never intended to get permission for though, that's up for debate). Unless they bother going back through everything they sampled and pay everybody who'll want a cut it won't get re-pressed. So yes, it's Very limited.
I think it might've gotten a repress recently actually, they were selling them last night at a show in LA.
Thanks for all the replies. I never saw it was limited to 500 and purchased it when it was available on the Third Worlds website.
I believe I read somewhere that it was only 500 or so, extremely hard to come by, and if you do come by it, the price is always jacked through the roof!
Outstanding LP, only 500 pressing
I was waiting for this to be slammed to vinyl. When it finally did I ordered it via my local record store in The Netherlands. Groundbreaking record.
Really hope they repress it
I am also pretty sure the third worlds website said it was limited to 500 copies.
I also bought it directly from their site just as it came out, but I'm positive it said it was limited to 500 (1000, tops).
lets go baby
I just noticed that, I ordered mine from their site for like $20, if that. Didn't say it was limited or anything.
it retailed at about 20
(for my full Exmilitary review.. see the original MP3 release submission) But I'll say this here: I see OFWGKTA mentioned alongside Death Grips way too often. Is it just because they're both "edgy" and current? Because that's about all they have in common. The better comparisons would be with Techno Animal, Ice, & Fever. They put down the foundation for this kind of weirdo, hard, experimental hiphop back in the 90's. Though they never get much credit for it nowadays because they pre-date popularity being based on things going viral on the internet. But if you'd like some great albums to accompany Exmilitary, get: FEVER "Too Bad But True", ICE "Bad Blood", & TECHNO ANIMAL "The Brotherhood Of The Bomb".True, there's not as much yelling on them, but the production style and experimentation is there.
Great comparisons and you are so right. People check those groups out, especially Techno Animal's "The Brotherhood Of The Bomb", that album makes any current popular "underground" hip-hop look like child's play.
Exmilitary merges the most ambitious traits of the year's best rap albums while avoiding the same pitfalls: it achieves the cogent political stance of "Watch the Throne" without the Luxury Rap paradox. It draws the same grotesque fascination with violence and sexuality paraded by Odd Future, but dodges immature over-the-top flourish by a humbling of disposition alone.Second track “Guillotine” sets the dark imagery of the album with deft minimalism and pure ire, a caustic synth exploding in arpeggio near the end. "Spread Eagle Cross the Block" signs the album’s opening struggle in blood. Over some bluesy bass and guitar riffs, Ride explodes: “What is it? Where is it? How will it affect me? [expletive] that [expletive], I need that [expletive]’s bound to be the death of me, [expletive] buying it I'm taking it, and sharing it with nobody.Sometimes, a musical act rises from the depths of obscurity and completely blows you away. Death Grips are an act like that. Intense and grungy, these Sacramento natives defy genre stereotypes and have completely set themselves outside the realm of categorization. Formed by drummer Zach Hill and two other unnamed participants, they blend a large variety of influences that include hip-hop, punk, and breakbeat into an intense musical concoction that's hard to swallow but even harder to forget. Unique sampling and vocal delivery help to further set Death Grips apart from the rest of the musical world, and their latest mixtape Exmilitary showcases this thoroughly.The opening track “Beware” begins with a vocal sample from none other than Charles Manson, who denounces the leadership of others with one of his famous tirades. It soon becomes apparent that the subject matter of the tracks sets Death Grips apart just as much as their instrumentation. Their use of apocalyptic imagery adds a dark layer of mystery to every line, compounded by the repetitive beats that back up the vocalist's hard delivery. “Lord of the Game” continues these themes with the odd addition of saxophone and vocal samples that form the basis of the whole track. The lyricism turns the music scene into a literal battlefield using stark visions of war and vehement proclamations of supremacy. While the vocabulary and rhyme structure are less than impressive, it's hard to get hung up on them when bombarded with such unique instrumentals.Exmilitary hits its stride with the introduction of “Takyon (Death Yon),” a heavily industrial track that features some of the best flow the mixtape has to offer. Dismal production matches with the vocalist's hardcore lyricism and vocal delivery almost perfectly, filling the contours of the music as it bangs through to the track's conclusion. The following instrumental “Cut Throat” offers a perfect segue to the the album's second half, but still highlights the same intense features as the rest of the tracks with a mix of record scratching and grating synthesizers.While much of the mixtape's subject matter is put forth in a very violent manner, it helps connect Death Grips' views of the world around them to the music in a very organic way. Images of police brutality (“Klink”) and crooked government (“Thru the Walls”) are hard to paint with a rosy glow, so the decision to present them in the harsh light of reality really helps get the message across. Comparisons to Odd Future are easy to make for the casual listener, but where the Wolf Gang use violent imagery in an attempt at humoring themselves, Death Grips' lyrics carry an impassioned weight that truly sets them apart from their peers.Exmilitary is the perfect example of an album everyone needs to experience for themselves. Any combination of adjectives and nouns would be an extreme disservice to the sonic trip Death Grips have crafted within the mixtape's confines, because every component will hit individuals in a completely different way. Exmilitary is an abrasive and traumatic ordeal, rife with production that's on-point but completely jarring at the same time. Death Grips are authoring an engrossing chapter in today's music scene, and I can't wait to hear what they come up with next.