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Lords of the Rhymes

November 7th, 2004
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Anyone heard of Lords of the Rhymes? As in Hobbit Rap? George Dahl got their documentary, and as geekiness goes, it's near complete. Unless you mind profanity (it is rap, you know) I strongly recomend you hear their songs.

    One note though:

their downloads server is really slow, so I'm mirroring them locally:
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