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RED BERETTA

by ECID

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“The Revolution Is A Million dollar business. Your views been used to make some one rich. Merchandising martyrs til’ the well doesn’t spit. The revolution sold it’s own fist”
-Ecid chants on one of the many epic, intense narratives on “Red Beretta” a “concept” album based on the bizarre events that turn a modern day hero into a monster. It is a layered collection of intense narratives & dirty psychedelic grooves, built on Ecid’s ear for digging up dangerous, melodic, “what the hell is that?” samples & his passion for risky, thought provoking story telling. Underneath all the layers Red Beretta is a portrait of society's infatuation with Psychopath's & its need to humanize them & try to piece together why & how they become that way.


“Red Beretta's beats are drenched in cinematic acid rock and soul jazz, and infused with a striking bleakness that makes it Ecid's most harrowing and evocative production work as well as a lyrical tour de force.” –City Pages

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released March 25, 2009

All songs written, produced, perfrormed, recorded, and mixed by ECID
Mastered by Greg Rierson at rare from mastering (Minneapolis, MN)

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ECID Minneapolis, Minnesota

At first glance most would think a skinny, blue-eyed hipster looking dude in a flannel with obnoxious Nike’s to match, would be in a post-electro indie-band. But this is the 90’s for the third time and one of rap’s most exciting new voices, ECID, is not your average newsstand heartthrob. ... more

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