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Exclusive Stream: Spank Rock's Rowdy New Album

Listen to 'Everything is Boring and Everyone is a Fucking Liar'

September 22, 2011 3:40 PM ET
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Click to listen to Spank Rock's 'Everything Is Boring And Everyone Is A Fucking Liar'

Spank Rock's second album, Everything is Boring and Everyone is a Fucking Liar, finds the Baltimore rapper exploring fresh new sounds and beats while retaining the rowdy, sexy party-rap vibe of his 2006 debut. The new disc, which features collaborations with producers Boyz Noise, XXXchange and Sam Spiegel and guest vocalists Santigold and Big Freedia, has a harder edge. Cuts like "The Dance" and "#1 Hit" lean on heavy, distorted electro hooks, while "Car Song" balances a warm bass groove with an icy, bad-ass tone. The album will hit stores on September 27th, but you can preview it in full now.

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