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  1. Low Budget / High Concept is a fresh EP full of funky beat-tracks and rhymes about UK life. 10” on Invisible Spies. Limited Vinyl 10" £ INV Limited 6-track 10" EP on Invisible Spies aka Kid Acne and Benjamin. Edition of copies in signed, numbered and embossed screen-printed sleeves.
  2. Jan 30,  · Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings Figurative Language. The Mongrels. From the Album The Mongrels. From the Album Low Budget/High Concept EP January 30, $
  3. Low Budget High Concept - Mongrels Invisible Spies UK Hip Hop Kid Acne & Benjamin collabo EP on Invisible SpiesSide A:ChokeholdFigurative LanguageSky LarpingSide B:Above AverageMic TyrantFantasy Rap 3.
  4. Mongrels – Low Budget/High Concept 10″ EP * PRE-ORDER NOW * Release date: 3/8/15 Available HERE. Tweet. Post navigation. #NBHD Saturday July 25th.
  5. Jul 22,  · LOW BUDGET/HIGH CONCEPT is a limited edition 10" vinyl EP by MONGRELS (AKA Kid Acne & Benjamin) Music: 'SKY L.A.R.P.I.N.G' by MONGRELS / Artwork: Kid Acne / Only copies worldwide, available at.
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  8. Low Budget is a thought-provoking and challenging chart-topping masterpiece that takes a hard look at the real world as it focuses on contemporary issues of the time inflation, labour strife, the energy crises and lack of government action, as the band made it a winning first rate blockbuster classic heralded by it’s hard rock sound that/5(98).
  9. MONGRELS are (emcee) Kid Acne and (deejay) Benjamin. The duo joined forces through a shared love of hip-hop and graffiti in the mid 's, back when Benjamin was making pause-button tapes on a pair of belt-drive decks and young Kid Acne was genuinely a spotty teenager.