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Lets Take A Look At The Local New Orleans Music

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounce_music

Bounce Music, the origin? Early 1990s in New Orleans. Wikipedia offers a good look inside at what a bounce track really is

Bounce is characterized by call and response style party and Mardi Gras Indian chants and dance call-outs that are frequently hypersexual. These chants and call-outs are typically sung over the "Triggerman beat," which is sampled from the songs "Drag Rap" by the Showboys, "Brown Beat" by Cameron Paul, and also Derek B's "Rock The Beat".[2] The sound of bounce has primarily been shaped by the recycling and imitation of the "Drag Rap" sample: its opening chromatic tics, the intermittent shouting of the word "break," the use of whistling as an instrumental element (as occurs in the bridge), the vocoded "drag rap" vocals and its brief and repetitive melody and quick beat (which were produced with use of synthesizers and drum machines and are easily sampled or reproduced using like-sounding elements)

Hmm.. very interesting. Lets see some examples of the local music

Hmm very interesting. what do you think makes the inhabitants of the City of New Orleans completely retarded? swamp gas? the Louisiana education? all the oil in the water? post your opinions here

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and who could forget this classic

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hell yeah walmart ass shaking team

i see why people live in new orleans that must be awesome

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