Road Warriors

by Primal Winds

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ROAD WARRIORS [“…Dying time’s here!”] Chorus [Julian Swift] Road Warriors, out here trying to survive, keeping hip hop alive when they grip the mic. Road Warriors, ain't nowhere you can hide, Shift the gear into drive and join in the fight. Road Warriors, watch the action unfold, Tearing up Fury Road once the fuel ignites. Road Warriors, got ‘em losing control to this hard rock and roll in the place tonight Verse 1 [District Prime] Run for your life or face a beatdown, Got more street credit then he need now. Fasten your seatbelt, start to freak out, Not obeyin’ the speed, press till ya feet melt. Drives like a mad man throughout the Badland, Close enough to shoot your tire or gas can. Set your ass on fire doing laps, kicking tracks and Haunted by the past so we good to the last stand. Driving over bodies that get thrown in front of us, Pulling off stunts with sawed off shotguns. Rocking it out like Lord Humungus, Tripping real hard as if they took some fungus. With the family gone, it set him off the rocker, Quit the task force, became an ex-copper. The Rockatanski that’ll top a land speed, Put a stop to man’s greed before they get stronger. Chorus [Julian Swift] Road Warriors, out here trying to survive, keeping hip hop alive when they grip the mic. Road Warriors, ain't nowhere you can hide, Shift the gear into drive and join in the fight. Road Warriors, watch the action unfold, Tearing up Fury Road once the fuel ignites. Road Warriors, got ‘em losing control to this hard rock and roll in the place tonight Verse 2 [Iron Wind] That’s a long road ahead, step on the gas. Always running into trouble like I’m Mad Max. Interceptor armed to the teeth, Sawed-off shotgun under the seat, No water for days or food for weeks. Out here in the Badlands we get no sleep, So to keep our sanity we rock to the beat, Fighting off cannibals and war boy chiefs. Killing the show, spitting that toxic flow, A bad mofo like Immortan Joe. As the dust storm approaches, it’s time to roll out. The aftermath of the nuclear fallout, Global warfare between the nations killed the planet with radiation, taking out war rigs with blades and spikes, and watch them explode like dynamite. Chorus [Julian Swift] Road Warriors, out here trying to survive, keeping hip hop alive when they grip the mic. Road Warriors, ain't nowhere you can hide, Shift the gear into drive and join in the fight. Road Warriors, watch the action unfold, Tearing up Fury Road once the fuel ignites. Road Warriors, got ‘em losing control to this hard rock and roll in the place tonight [“Oh what a day, what a lovely day!”]
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Gas Town 03:01
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Warboys 03:03
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Outbreak 03:23
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Road Rage 02:30
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Tank Girl 02:14
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Atomic Love 03:08
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From TDot Stand Up through Give No Quarter to Cut You Down, Primal Winds is proud to present the next instalment in their anthology of concept-themed rap albums. Road Warriors opens with the title track, revealing the road ahead to be a post-apocalyptic drive-to-survive journey through the worlds of Mad Max, Death Race, Tank Girl, Twisted Metal and more.

Driving metaphors weave in and out of the vivid imagery and world-building story-telling as told over a soundtrack of high octane rap-metal, hardcore hip hop, horrorcore, industrial, and even a splattering of post-apocalyptic 40s jazz. With Road Warriors, Primal Winds is firing on all cylinders, once again demonstrating their willingness to rock any beat and crush any concept.

Produced entirely by Iron Wind—aside from a remix by Fresh Kils—and co-produced by District Prime, the duo’s fourth album also features long-time collaborators Warrzone on “Twitsted Metal” and Fortunato on “How You Like Us” and “Stand By Me”, as well as chorus work by Julian Swift (singer and guitarist for the Cola Heads) on “Road Warriors” and Lucy Lovesick on “Stand By Me”.

A guaranteed gas on any road trip, Road Warriors should be used with extreme caution: this album contains music of highly contagious energy levels and lyrics of a devastating nature!

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released June 7, 2019

Produced by Iron Wind
Co-produced by District Prime

"How You Like Us" remixed by Fresh Kils

Mixed and mastered by Iron Wind

Artwork by Raging Tiger Graphics

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Operating out of Toronto, Canada since 1996, Hand'Solo Records is devoted to releasing quality hip hop that is creative, clever and often experimental. Early releases, now out of print, include Buck 65, Sixtoo, Moka Only, and others. Currently home to Ultra Magnus & DJ SLAM!, The Mighty Rhino, The Dirty Sample, Touch, Tachichi, Primordial Emcee, royceBIRTH, 51nine02, More Or Les and Backburner. ... more

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