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  1. Excuse me for intruding in your piece of hell I want to be at the table when the swollen world eats itself Grinning as it's licking the grease from its starving continents Carving the word 'par' in my heart as I pass the condiments Shred the documents I slept gripping an iron bar.
  2. Dec 02,  · Jam Baxter – Caravan. Jam (We don't have any lyrics from this album. NEWS:(We don't have any news related to this album. Other Albums/E.P.s you might like. The Legacy. Voices From Planet Cattele Have your say Cancel reply What do you think of Album/E.P.: So We Ate Them Whole? Your email address will not be published. Required.
  3. When it dropped back in early December, Jam Baxter’s third solo album So We Ate Them Whole came highly awaited, landing on ears eager for more of his muddled, psychedelic wordplay. A triumph of visceral imagery, cryptic metaphor and incredibly flowing verbal percussion, it’s another notch in his discography that further propels him towards the heights of Uk Hip Hop.
  4. Download So We Ate Them Whole by Jam Baxter at Juno Download. Listen to this and millions more tracks online. So We Ate Them Whole 28 Staples. $ 8. Husk. $ 9. Everything (feat Jareth) $ Vines. We are always looking for ways of improving Juno Download.
  5. Review: Only two releases deep and Born On The Road are already leading the way in future genre-hybrids. They're calling this heady fusion of grime, breakbeat and bass ' jungle hip-hop' - we're calling it banging. From Stivs and Kelvin's Botchit-style skippy, scrappy roller through to the more authentic dub nods of Skitz & The Sea, everything about this release is original: the super-sharp.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on So We Ate Them Whole and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. The album’s centrepiece, “28 Staples”, takes its title from the 28 staples Baxter himself was forced to have in his arm after a collision last year on a banana boat in Croatia. It is an ode to those incidents in life that bring us face to face with our own relative insignificance and fragility.8/
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