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Reviewed by Enzomanic 6/21/10
The Foxdye’s recipe mixed all the ingredients possible to make a album sound fun, complex, refreshing and toxic. It’s like she threw happy hardcore, dubstep, TV theme songs, Internet memes, Ambient, Breakcore, Martha Stewart and Nintendo samples to most of her pieces. It could get a bit goofy and overwhelming but it’s big time party. Try 3-16
1)Chill, old school video game-y and nite nite baby toy melodies. 2) Similar idea but with glitchy sounds in the background. 3) Upbeat, experimental, rhythmic glitchy and video-gamey fx, fun. 4) Up beat, explosive fusion of hardcore beat and
dubstep bass drops, Martha Stewart recipe samples, hilarious. 5) Up beat happy hardcore with cheesy/rave-y synths, beat gets experimental in 2:00. 6) Upbeat happy Breakcore, gets dirty speedcore with dubsteps bass drops with lotsa old school pop samples, slows down in 2:50 to a dubstep beat, damn good! 7) Upbeat kinda D&B with folk southern banjo samples, yeehaa! 8) Upbeat, playful and happy hardcore with polka-ish Nintendo melodic samples. 9) Upbeat Christina Aguilera rolling on a happy acid trip. 10) Blowing kicks at a dubstep playgound with rockstars. 11) Cheezy uptempo hardcore Blink 182 in chipmunk’s version in 2:00. 12) Vengaboys going dirty dubstep and freaky hardcore. 13) Upbeat, raining tv- theme and retro songs samples in a dub-core beat. 14) Bouncing kicks and samples in a psytrance-acid Hardcore beat. 15) 14’s same idea but deeper on its shroomy roots and UFO feel. 16) Sounds of as changing hardcore and kids-party music radio stations with the same hardcore tempo. 17) Happy chillout with a minimal beat, uplifting. 18) Ambient, emotive athmosphere.