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Justice Rockumentary DVD drops 11/24 by Trevor Kiv
November 19, 2008, 4:08 pm
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JUSTICE has played an integral — if not singlehanded — part in bringing some real balls to the house music scene. In 2007, through the meticulous process of microsampling, JUSTICE constructed Cross, their first album and the hands down winner for fist-pumping, face-thrashing, ass-grinding album of the year. Allow me to clarify: when I say micro-sampling, I mean that within the mere 48 minutes of the album, these dudes literally fuck with microsecond snips and clips of 400+ albums to manipulate and reconstruct entirely new creations, replete with fresh melodies and dirty rhythems that are truly beyond words. Even more ridiculous, however, is the fact that only 3 of these samples were significant enough that they had to be licensed for use on the album. Among the hundreds of infringed upon artists are such diverse acts as 50 Cent, Queen, Madonna, and Slipknot. Now, feel free to play copyright police as you enjoy this clip from their upcoming rockumentary A Cross The Universe, a chronical of their trials and tribulations as they venture out on their first global conquest. Apparently it involved a freestylin’ homeless man…well, you’ll see.

— Trevor Kiviat

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It’s Tuan from Leak of the Week.

The Justice: A Cross The Universe documentary has leaked so its out there if you want to check it out!

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