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Free Download: Quakers' Rhythmically Ambitious 'Russia With Love'

Preview a song from the hip-hop collective's new album

March 29, 2012 9:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Quakers' 'Russia with Love (feat. Coin Locker Kid)'

Quakers is a 35-member hip-hop collective centered on a core trio of producers – 7-Stu-7, Katalyst and Fuzzface, who is better known as Geoff Barrow of Portishead. "Russia With Love," a new track featuring Coin Locker Kid, was produced by Katalyst. "When I made this beat, I knew who to send it to," the producer tells Rolling Stone. "The track is in 7/8 and seemed like it might be a bit of a challenge, but Coin Locker Kid came up with the goods the first time round." Quakers' self-titled debut album is in stores now, but you can download "Russia With Love" for free here.

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