Kid Whatever - Radical Ninja mp3 album
- Performer: Kid Whatever
- Title: Radical Ninja
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: DTS MP4 AAC MP3 FLAC DMF MMF
- Released: 2010
- Style: Breakbeat, House, Trip Hop
- MP3 album: 1906 mb
- FLAC album: 1481 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 521
Kid Whatever Radical Ninja, released 26 December 2010 1. Open The Door! 2. Los Chicos 3. I Dig U 4. Funky Obake 5. Nutrition Disco 6. 100,000 Pancakes 7. Interlude (Chunky Chunker) (feat. Leland Jazz Radburn) 8. Go 60 Go 9. Bounce To The Moon 10. Astral Catastrophe 11. Dangerous Living 12. Postcard From Nowhere A collection of beat-driven tracks and sample-based experiments produced and recorded by Kid Whatever from 2005-2009. A collection of beat-driven tracks and sample-based experiments produced and recorded by Kid Whatever from 2005-2009. released December 26, 2010. Cover illustration by Vincent Bondy.
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Ninja, Yolandi, and DJ Hi-Tek blasted through their glass ceiling on a drug-fueled spaceship covered in Zef grafitti. Still lacking a radio hit (no doubt in large part to a total disregard for censorship), they liken themselves to rats crawling below the underdog's balls. He's excited like a kid on 50 Pixie Stix with a Sharpie ready to draw penises on his teacher's face. He's even more juiced to say the band's fifth and final album is coming along better still, and before this goes any further, Ninja needs to clear the air. It's my fault, I just like talking. Whatever was said or not said, misrepresented or not, people read it, and Ninja is flustered. Next year's album will be Die Antwoord's last, but it won't be the last of Die Antwoord.
Kid Niki: Radical Ninja, known in Japan as Kaiketsu Yanchamaru (快傑ヤンチャ丸, lit. "The Wonderful Yanchamaru"), is an arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1986, and was later published outside Japan by Data East in 1987. The arcade game runs on Irem-62 Hardware, the same as Kung Fu Master. The differences between the Kid Niki: Radical Ninja and Kaiketsu Yancha Maru are minimal. Aside from text translation, the most glaring difference is the main character's hair style. Kid Niki's hair is mo.
The radical-est!! Kid Niki is from an Irem/Data East NES game called well. the title of the image haha or rat tail haha. In Japan the game is called Kaiketsu Yanchamaru but whatevs. I like RADICAL NINJA better. im gona start doing lil fan art things of games not alot of people do fanart for! so this is number one. Load All Images.
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|1||Open The Door||3:00|
|3||I Dig U||2:39|
|7||Interlude (Chunky Chunker)
Featuring – Leland Jazz Radburn
|8||Go *60* Go||2:52|
|9||Bounce To The Moon||2:47|
|12||Postcard From Nowhere||3:54|