The Weather is a collaborative studio album by Busdriver & Radioinactive with Daedelus Daedelus released a reworking instrumental version of the album, titled Rethinking the Weather, on Mush Records on June 10, 2003. Studio album by. Busdriver & Radioinactive with Daedelus.
Later that year, he released a free EP, Arguments with Dreams In 2017, Busdriver appeared on Flying Lotus' directorial debut feature film, Kuso Discography. Touch Type" b/w "Winthorp & Winthorp" (2003) (with Radioinactive, as The Weather).
Busdriver & Radioinactive with Daedelus. Released February 10, 2003. The Weather Tracklist. 1. Exaggerated Joy Lyrics.
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Busdriver" on Daedelus's beautiful "Invention" album is more indicative of what the two can do when they try hard enough. The Weather amazes the listener the first play through because of the speedy lyricism, but quickly becomes forgettable after its novelty wears off and you realize deficiency of good beats on many of the tracks. but one artist I really know is Busdriver. Well I'm afraid I don't know much.
The Weather is a collaborative studio album by Busdriver & Radioinactive with Daedelus. It was released on Mush Records on February 18, 2003. View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register . Lists. 13 Lists . The Weather appears in the following lists: 2003 albums. 10 lists, 2,888 members.
Busdriver & Radioinactive with Daedelus Rethinking The Weather (Mush Records, 2003). This was an incredible time. After Invention I felt such possibility. Everyone really did their thing. The LP was navel-gazing but the remixes did much in the experimental side of the then-growing LA beat scene. The most striking thing about this record is the life of ‘Fair Weather Friends’, which ended up being featured on the MySpace homepage, back when that felt like front cover of the internet, a concept we’ve shed in the time since. The fact that there was a place everyone saw before getting to their own profile!