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Emancipator — Rattlesnakes
Album: Safe in the Steep Cliffs
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7.3

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Total ratings: 2039









Released: 2010
Length: 4:06
Plays (last 30 days): 4
(instrumental)
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Am I the only one who sees black puma lying towards the cam with the white spot being it's eye that's watching you? I know it's mountain but...
 xcranky_yankee wrote:
Does anyone else see the lion at rest in the rocks?



Yeah, totally see it!
 Matt_Maurer wrote:

Perfect Album cover folks. I’m a slow learner & just discovered the RP World Mix. Wow it it’s my vibe clean and happily ... More food for thought though ...

Does anyone else see the lion at rest in the rocks?

Perfect Album cover folks. I’m a slow learner & just discovered the RP World Mix. Wow it it’s my vibe clean and happily ... More food for thought though ...
 the_jake wrote:


Need a little tongue action from the snake to complete the effect.
 

no step on snek
Double Danger Noodle Warning!
 uksminas wrote:
 

Need a little tongue action from the snake to complete the effect.
This young man is very talented i love this very much THANK YOU RP
8 to 9 bucko, enjoy the ride
 RoaringMouse wrote:
definately an elephant with tusks...
early morning at the watering hole.
Acknowledgement.  
 
Yes, I concur.  Dipping his head into the foggy water, whilst watching for any threats.
Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo.

I like the banjo.
It's really well done
Thank you for the atmosphere
Sound faintly Middle Eastern.
 Proclivities wrote:

...a lion with a thin, black mustache.

 
I live in Wyoming.  It's a buffalo/bison.
Agreed 

Decoy wrote:

Kyoto - Air 

 


This type of music typifies why I listen to RP. Etherial, rhythmic trip-hop. Emancipator nails it. 
 bronorb wrote:

I immediately saw a lion with his head down.

 
...a lion with a thin, black mustache.
 SmackDaddy wrote:

I see a mammoth with its tusk dipping into the fog.

 
I immediately saw a lion with his head down.
definately an elephant with tusks...
early morning at the watering hole.
Acknowledgement.  
 choiceimage wrote:

I'm seeing the right eye of a buffalo with it's head dipped down, ready to charge.....no?
 

 
I see a mammoth with its tusk dipping into the fog.
 betsyroks wrote:
cover art is lush

 
I'm seeing the right eye of a buffalo with it's head dipped down, ready to charge.....no?
 
cover art is lush
 twoplain2sea wrote:

All Vadi children complete a ten-year initiation ritual
Fearless: Girls like Meru Nath Madari, four, are taught to care for the snakes.
Boys, meanwhile, learn to charm them with the traditional flute
They only take a snake away from its natural habitat for a maximum of seven months.


 
"Be back at 7 and don't hurt the snakes!"



 ScottishWillie wrote:
Realised l seem to like everything the guy/band does. 

 
+1 to that
Realised l seem to like everything the guy/band does. 
wow from my backyard too! thx RP! {#Cheers}
Very impressive

It's in Thievery Corporation's wheelhouse but this thing stands on it's own two feet. New for me. I Tunes here I come.

R Dizzle


 ITGypsy wrote:

Bonobo.

 
Kyoto - Air 
Very nice.  Unusual.
 jimtyrrell wrote:
This is cool but sounds familiar. Does anyone know who does something very similar?

 
Bonobo.
we need some more from this album Bill
thanx 
 jimtyrrell wrote:
This is cool but sounds familiar. Does anyone know who does something very similar?

 
Skoud's "System 20". Only he does it with car engines and camera shutters.
 twoplain2sea wrote:

All Vadi children complete a ten-year initiation ritual
Fearless: Girls like Meru Nath Madari, four, are taught to care for the snakes.
Boys, meanwhile, learn to charm them with the traditional flute
They only take a snake away from its natural habitat for a maximum of seven months.


 
Play safe...
 twoplain2sea wrote:

All Vadi children complete a ten-year initiation ritual
Fearless: Girls like Meru Nath Madari, four, are taught to care for the snakes.
Boys, meanwhile, learn to charm them with the traditional flute
They only take a snake away from its natural habitat for a maximum of seven months.


 
amazing! {#Smile}
Like the song very much.

It also just occurred to me that "Emancipated Rattlesnakes" would be a good name for an indie alt-rock band.

All Vadi children complete a ten-year initiation ritual
Fearless: Girls like Meru Nath Madari, four, are taught to care for the snakes.
Boys, meanwhile, learn to charm them with the traditional flute
They only take a snake away from its natural habitat for a maximum of seven months.

 jimtyrrell wrote:
This is cool but sounds familiar. Does anyone know who does something very similar?

 
Might work well with Simon and Garfunkel's "El Condor Pasa".
 
This is cool but sounds familiar. Does anyone know who does something very similar?
This is an excellent CD if you like this kind of techno-ambient music.

 
I like this bands album covers almost as much as their music. 
Always in the mood for this {#Music}
Thank you Bill for this very sweet song. Most excellent!