2 Shouts - 5,414 Scrobbles
Olympic Lifts were born early in the 21st Century and broke the rules of pop music from day one. For a start they were white boys from Belfast, Ireland and were using hip-hop as a major influence on their unique new sound. They were putting together beats and stealing samples on a busted-up, blagged old computer and didn’t have a clue how to do it. They were smart though, and their lack of respect for the technology they were abusing only helped contribute to a sound no one had heard before or since.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Chosen Few - (3:55) - 6 plays
- Olympic Lifts - (3:36) - 7 plays
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- Nuts About You - (2:56) - 7 plays
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- FM Cop - (3:14) - 3 plays
- Rock Suitcase - (3:19) - 2 plays
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