Down with the Scene

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Down With the Scene
Studio album by Kid 606
Released June 20, 2000
Genre Glitch
IDM
Label Ipecac Recordings
(IPC7)
Producer Kid 606
Kid 606 chronology
Don't Sweat the Technics
(1998)
Down with the Scene
(2000)
PS I Love You
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Down With the Scene is the second album by the Electronic music artist Kid 606 and the first full-length album for Ipecac Recordings.

In typical Kid 606 style the album song titles have many musical references including one to Luke Vibert and a parody of the Public Enemy album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.

Mike Patton has guest vocals on song "Secrets 4 Sale".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Chart Topping Radio Hit" (Kid 606) – 0:18
  2. "Luke Vibert Can Kiss My Indie-Punk Whiteboy Ass" (Kid 606) – 2:25
  3. "Buffalo606- The Morning After" (Kid 606) – 3:17
  4. "Kidrush" (Kid 606) – 3:51
  5. "GQ on the EQ" (Kid 606) – 6:04
  6. "Punkshit" (Kid 606) – 0:13
  7. "Secrets 4 Sale" (Kid 606, Mike Patton) – 3:45
  8. "Juvenile Hall Rollcall" (Kid 606) – 2:28
  9. "Ruin It, Ruin Them, Ruin Yrself Than Ruin Me" (Kid 606) – 5:25
  10. "Two Fingers in the Air Anarchy Style" (Kid 606) – 1:45
  11. "For When Yr Just Happy to Be Alive" (Kid 606) – 3:42
  12. "It'll Take Millions in Plastic Surgery to Make Me Black" (Kid 606) – 0:44
  13. "Dame Nature" (Kid 606) – 5:34
  14. "Hardcore" (Kid 606) – 0:23
  15. "My Kitten" (Kid 606) – 5:44
  16. "In Love With All You Are and Forever Maybe as If My Soul Depended on It to Survive" (Kid 606) – 2:17
  17. "Catstep/My Kitten/Catnap Vatstep DSP " (Kid 606, Keith Fullerton Whitman(aka Hrvatski)) – 6:00

Personnel[edit]

  • Cex – sampling
  • Steve Ferrari – sampling
  • George Horn – mastering
  • Hrvåtski – remixing
  • Seldon Hunt – cover art
  • Kid606 – producer
  • Kevin Martin – saxophone
  • WWJD Orchestra – sounds

Trivia[edit]

The last track "Catstep/My Kitten/Catnap Vatstep DSP" features the Sleng Teng riddim.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bush, John. Down with the Scene at AllMusic