Download links and information about Bangarang by Skrillex. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 37:00 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|2.||Bangarang (feat. Sirah)||3:35|
|3.||Breakn' a Sweat (featuring The Doors)||5:01|
|4.||The Devil's Den (featuring Wolfgang Gartner)||4:52|
|5.||Right On Time (featuring 12th Planet, Kill The Noise)||4:05|
|6.||Kyoto (feat. Sirah)||3:20|
|7.||Summit (feat. Ellie Goulding)||6:13|
|8.||Skrillex Orchestral Suite By Varien (Bonus Track)||6:54|
With his fourth EP, Skrillex wastes no time getting the party started. “Right In” drops the listener right in the middle of a jam in progress, where laser blasts battle stroboscopic beats and drums explode like military air mines. Hip-hop bad girl Sirah cameos on the title track, where she rhymes over Skrillex’s shift into progressive house wizardry—which there happens to be more of here than his trademark dubstep wobble. The late Jim Morrison makes an appearance on the psychedelia-influenced “Breakin’ a Sweat,” where grinding organ, electric sitar, and dubby bass accompany the Lizard King’s unmistakable “Alright!” and samples from “Light My Fire.” Classic rave flourishes are on the surface of “The Devil’s Den,” a collaboration with Wolfgang Gartner that recalls a time in the early '90s when banging abandoned-warehouse parties could only be perpetuated with a secret map point. Some of that hyper Chicago juke style spills from the racing “Right on Time” before Sirah returns to accompany Skrillex in “Kyoto,” a brilliant return to rap-metal.