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Artist Biography For Count Bass D

Dwight Conroy Farrell Born August 25 1973 Better Known By His Stage Name Count Bass D Is An American Rapper Record Producer And Multi-Instrumentalist Who Resides In Millheim Pennsylvania. His Production Style Is Characterised By Layers Of Short MPC Samples And Film Snippets Complemented With Live Instrumentation And Eccentric Lyrics Laid Atop. Some People DJ Others Make Beats. Heads Everywhere Spit Lyrics—either Off The Dome Or Noted And Many Are Even Recognized As True MC’s Who Actually Manage To Rock A Crowd Here & There. A Few Folks Get By Juggling Two Or More Facets And Even A Small Number Happen To Be Classically Or Self-Taught Piano Players Drummers And Strummers. Count Bass D Does It All. Count Has Been Working To Prove This Since His Decade-Old Debut Pre-Life Crisis Sony . Not Only Did He Compose Every Note Pen Lyrics Contribute The Cuts And Scratches--But He Played Most Of The Instruments. In 1997 Farrell Released His First EP Art For Sale On Independent Label Spongebath Records. The Album Was Later Released In Japan In 2005 On Octave Records. In 2002 Farrell Decided To Make A More Hip-Hop Themed Album. He Bought An Akai S-3000 Sampler And An MPC-2000 Drum Machine And Quickly Learned To Create New Sounds. With These Tools He Released His Second And Most Critically-Acclaimed Studio Album Dwight Spitz. It Features Appearances From Other Well-Known Indie MCs Such As MF Doom And Edan. In 2004 Farrell Produced And Guest Appeared On The Track "Potholderz" On MF DOOM's Studio Album MM..FOOD. In 2005 Farrell Released His Second EP Begborrowsteel On Jazzy Sport Records. Act Your Waist Size His Third Studio Album Was Released On Fat Beats Records In 2006. In 2008 Farrell Released L7 Mid-Life Crisis A Sequel Album To Pre-Life Crisis On 1320 Records. He Was 35 At The Time Of Its Release. In 2010 Farrell Teamed Up With His Old Friend Producer And Rapper DJ Pocket To Make Two Collaborative Albums That Year – In The Loop And Activity – Both Released On Domination Records. In 2011 Farrell And Insight The Truncator Released A Collaborative Record The Risktakers. On August 25 2011 Farrell Self-Released His Fifth Studio Album #FULLCOUNT On His Personal Website. However It Appears That Spotify Has Since Purchased The Domain Name.

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