Noncents Vol. 3
Another collection of unreleased, recovered, and rare songs!
23 tracks of forgotten or online-only audio collected over the last few years and put onto one cd for you to enjoy. Includes 2 never before released Scrub Club tracks, 8 collaborations, and for the first time ever - lost and found instrumentals!
You will find a recording blooper, hilarious diss tracks, and more.
Big supporters will definitely want to download this album and check out things they probably missed or never even knew about.
All of our music here at Scrub Club is free. However, if you enjoyed this release and would like to support our label, please make any size of donation to help all of our artists get new merch and promo items, book bigger shows, and get better equipment. Much love to you all!
01 - MadHatter - Hit the Dirt (feat. The Killaz)
02 - MadHatter - Self Inflict (feat. Mike Game)
03 - Heightened Titans - Do It to You (feat. MadHatter)
04 - Anna Wrex - Scrubby Anthem
05 - Deafinition - For the Nerds (Live Spoken Word)
06 - Anna Wrex - Kill Hit
07 - Minute Robot - In My Skin (feat. MadHatter)
08 - Chester - Sing and Piss (Recording Blooper)
09 - Farturo Fartushenko - 01
10 - Farturo Fartushenko - 02
11 - Farturo Fartushenko - 03
12 - Farturo Fartushenko - 04
13 - Rubiks Dudes - Dino Sores (Illgill and Reverend Badger Diss)
14 - Rubiks Dudes - Dumped (Bootyrage and X-Ray Spectacles Diss)
15 - Rubiks Dudes - The Fall of Shinra (Zealous1 and Maja Diss)
16 - Rubiks Dudes - Strung Out (Ep!c1 and Quinsis Diss)
17 - Kabuto The Phython - Captain Dan is a Punk
18 - MadHatter - Puppet Love (2001 Instrumental)
19 - MadHatter - Worst Nightmare (2002 Instrumental)
20 - MadHatter - It's All Plus (2003 Instrumental)
21 - MadHatter - Kinky (2004 Instrumental)
22 - MadHatter - Tetherball Pole (2005 Instrumental)
23 - MadHatter - Stomp It (2007 Instrumental)
ALBUM COMPOSITION AND TRIVIA
There isn't much back story for this cd in general since it is just a collection of random scraps, but here's some interesting stories behind some of the songs:
"Hit The Dirt" marks the first, but certainly not the last, collaboration between MadHatter and the Canadian terrorist organization known as The Killaz in 2005. Hatter lines up some wicked lines about nuclear destruction alongside futuristic weapons dealer Des and the lethal but seductive baroness Stacy. This is also the first time Scrub Club burger joint favorite Bomber Burger is mentioned, and this won't certainly be the last time either, haha. This was only released online, as it was just to flex everyone's skills at the time. Unfortunately, the final product isn't mixed quite as well as it could be, but it's still a solid track.
"Self Inflict" is the first collaboration between the crazy Wichita rapper known as Mike Game and MadHatter. This track deals with all of the lame-ass copycat Soulja Boy / 50 Cent assholes in Wichita and general disrespect towards other falseness going on every day in the 316.
"Do It To You" is a sexy little track off of the debut album from the Heightened Titans, which consists of The Ranger, TYT, Whoremoans, and other guest emcees. TYT asked Hatter to rip up a verse, and it was a match made in the Garden of Heaven. Hatter is a total nut about Greek / Roman mythology, so he fits just about as much of that as he can into his verse. See if you can catch all the references!
"Scrubby Anthem" is by former Scrub Club artist Anna Wrex, and it's all about the daily struggle for all Scrubs out there. If you listen to this one, you'll definitely relate. It also marks the transformation of her flow and how much she improved in just a little over a year.
"For The Nerds" was recorded live during the open mic segment of the Sinister Six release party at Zoomdweebie's in Wichita, Kansas. Deafinition spouts some love for what we really are both deep down AND on the surface: Nerds.
"Kill Hit" was another track by Anna Wrex, discussing all of her... well... favorite past-times.
"In My Skin" is a noise-heavy production by Minute Robot with a guest verse by Hatter in 6/8ths time. It doesn't get much stranger than this, folks. Originally, there were talks of creating a whole EP of such madness, but difficulties in communication halted the project. Maybe some day...
"Sing And Piss" is a prime example of why you should never leave the mic on when not recording a song. Complete your audio experience today by taking in all the wonderful sounds of Chester's singing, his stream of urine, and even a flush.
"01," "02," "03," and "04" are completely random-ass adventures brought to you by Farturo Fartushenko (secretly otherwise known as DJ CutterJ) and a friend. These four tracks were meant for an odd EP release, which was to be labeled "an avantgarde trumpet album." Truly a creepy and hilarious journey into... well... nothing. You've never heard anything like it.
"Dino Sores," "Dumped," "The Fall Of Shinra," and "Strung Out" were all diss tracks made by the Rubiks Dudes (MadHatter and MC Gigahertz) in the first Rhymetorrents.org 2v2 Battle Tournament in 2008. These hilarious songs led them all the way to the end of the tourney, where they beat out all other teams hands-down with all votes going for them and none for their opponents. Both brutal and silly stuff. The epic round against Team Shinra (ZeaLouS1 and Maja) was regarded as the most entertaining battle in the entire tournament, even more so than the final match.
"Captain Dan Is A Punk." Want to argue that point with Kabuto? Be my guest.
"Puppet Love" is one of MadHatter's oldest unused instrumentals dating back to 2001, where it was slated to be on the first Shadow Puppets album "Eye4AnEye." What can be more disturbing than a sex track about vigilante puppets? Not much, methinks.
"Worst Nightmare" was originally a beat in 2002 that would end up being the solo track on the original Tensix album called "Meet The Dub" for former Scrub Club member Double O Ninja. After his split from the label, the beat was once again waiting for a new voice to pair up with.
"It's All Plus" was a beat in 2003 that was eventually meant for Hatter's second solo album "Oliver Heights." Since the album was put aside, so was this beat. It was never even written for.
"Kinky" is an instrumental that just begs to be put in a porn from the early 90s. It was made in 2004 and was going to be used in the trashed 2005 Valentines Day "Whoremoans" EP as a track between Hatter and Wichita rapper XV. Once again, the album was put away for good, and so was the beat.
"Tetherball Pole" was created in 2005 and is named such because of the sweet clanging sounds that make the flow of the music. It was originally used for a now defunct Sinister Six song called "Indeed."
"Stomp It" is the most recent unused beat by Hatter, and it's a dark and evil one that came from a dark and evil day in 2007. Never really meant to do anything but relieve some stress, only the chorus was written before the song was scrapped for being too venomous.
"Hit The Dirt" was produced by MadHatter and has vocals by MadHatter with Des and Stacy of The Killaz. Recorded at their separate studios at the time, Hatter's being a $6 computer microphone. Mixed by both parties. The Killaz appear courtesy of The Red Mist.
"Self Inflict" was produced by Rock It Productions and has vocals by Mike Game and MadHatter. Recorded and mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios. Mike Game appears courtesy of Illprint Records.
"Do It To You" was produced by Pelicaine Einhander and has vocals by TYT, The Ranger, and MadHatter. Recorded at the artist's separate studios and mixed by HT at Empulse Records Studio 6.
"Scrubby Anthem" was produced by MadHatter and has vocals by Anna Wrex. Recorded and mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"For The Nerds" (Live Spoken Word) has vocals by Deafinition. Recorded live on MadHatter's camcorder.
"Kill Hit" was produced by Killjoy and has vocals by Anna Wrex. Recorded and mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"In My Skin" was produced by Minute Robot and has vocals by Minute Robot and MadHatter. Recorded at their separate studios. Mixed by both parties.
"Sing And Piss" (Recording Blooper) has vocals by Chester. Recorded by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"01," "02," "03," and "04" were made by Farturo Fartushenko and his buddy Dave. Recorded and mixed in a stream of consciousness somewhere on the astral plane.
"Dino Sores" (Illgill and Reverend Badger Diss) was produced by Illgill and has vocals by MC Gigahertz and MadHatter. Recorded at their separate studios. Mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios. Contains samples of "Theme From Jurassic Park" by John Williams, copyright MCA 1993.
"Dumped" (Bootyrage and X-Ray Spectacles Diss) was produced by a random Soundclick beatsmith and has vocals by MC Gigahertz and MadHatter. Recorded at their separate studios. Mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"The Fall Of Shinra" (Zealous1 and Maja Diss) was produced by LSD and has vocals by MadHatter and MC Gigahertz. Recorded at their separate studios. Mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"Strung Out" (Ep!c1 and Quinsis Diss) was produced by Black Violin and has vocals by MC Gigahertz and MadHatter. Recorded at their separate studios. Mixed by MadHatter at Spare Bedroom Studios.
"Captain Dan Is A Punk" was produced by Guybrush Threepwood and has vocals by Kabuto The Python. Recorded and mixed by Kabuto The Python on his home planet. Contains samples from "The Secret Of Monkey Island" game soundtrack by Michael Land, copyright Lucasfilm Games 1990.
"Puppet Love" (2001 Instrumental) was produced by MadHatter.
"Worst Nightmare" (2002 Instrumental) produced by MadHatter. Contains samples from Batman Forever, copyright Warner Bros. 1995.
"It's All Plus" (2003 Instrumental) was produced by MadHatter. Contains samples from a random interview with Mike Patton.
"Kinky" (2004 Instrumental) was produced by MadHatter.
"Tetherball Pole" (2005 Instrumental) was produced by MadHatter.
"Stomp It" (2007 Instrumental) was produced by MadHatter.
CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE
You have the right to distribute (for free) this entire release or its individual tracks online, on recordable media, and on portable devices. You can even remix the content on this album for your own projects as long as you're not selling it! To do so, you must properly credit the artists involved and link to the Scrub Club Records website. For commercial purposes, please contact us.