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Big Toast & 184 - Who Shit In The Sandpit?
01This Is England Feat. Breezy Lee
02Alles Langweilig
03Who Shit In The Sandpit?
04Anyone Order A Tough Guy Feat. The Strange Neighbour
05F. W. L Ft Strange Neighbour
06Paul Gascoigne
07Backpacks Feat. John Paul & Breezy Lee
08One For The Bank
10Slaughterhouse (Add Vox By Verbz)
11Us Them Feat. Breezy Lee

Big Toast & 184
Who Shit In The Sandpit?

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CD | 2020 / UK – Original | New
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Item Description
Where the previous 184 & Big Toast album was a bluntly worded denunciation of the zeitgeist over a classic Hip Hop soundtrack, Who Shit in The Sandpit takes a sonic direction more akin to 184’s Trip-Hoppy electronic-folk collective, Button Eyes. With more

melodious production and a greater range in the vocal tones and styles of delivery, it sees the duo step outside of their comfort zones and attempt something less restricted by the confines of their genre. The title is an abstract and Toast-esque expression referring to how the world the next generation stand to inherit (the Sandpit) is being destroyed by the greed and stupidity of older generations (the shit). It is at least a partial departure from the nihilistic and misanthropic themes on previous projects, perhaps a consequence of Toast’s desire to leave a better world for his firstborn, who arrived during the making of the project. While no album which closes on a track about a nuclear holocaust can be described as light, Who Shit in the Sandpit? has moments of real humour, providing comic relief from the more pointed social and political statements elsewhere. Fellow Tuff Boy, The Strange Neighbour, joins Toast on “Anyone Order a Tough Guy?”, a verbal skewering of wannabe hardmen, and the offensively absurd “F.W.L.”. Sometime Sleaford Mods vocalist John Paul contributes his own unique brand of observational poetry to “Backpack” and Croydon’s Breezy Lee elevates every track she features on with her sumptuously soulful vocals. Halo Jones adds the finishing touches with his distorted guitar riffs,

providing further musicality to an already boundary- pushing Hip Hop album.
Item Details
Item No:773903
Artist:Big Toast & 184
Titel:Who Shit In The Sandpit?
Pressing:UK – Original
Release Date:2020
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:UK Hip Hop
Available since:09.11.2020
Price: 6,99 € 6,29 €
Weight:100g (plus 250g Packaging)
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