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Slaughterhouse Appearance On Shade 45 (06/09/09)
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FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=193

Quote:For those of you who are not aware, the Slaughterhouse crew kicked off their radio promotion with an appearance on Shade 45 tonight. The super-group sat down with Tony Touch on "Toca Tuesday" and entertained callers with questions while spitting some rhymes. Unfortunately, Royce Da 5'9" was unable to make an appearance as he was tied up with family matters. While the group did not provide too much additional information regarding the project they did touch on a few points. Once again the group stressed that the album release date is not set in stone. As of recently, we have heard the August 11th release date being tossed around, but the group did not make a confirmation tonight. However, the group once again confirmed that the album is self-titled and that is certainly what the fans were expecting. When it comes to music, Tony Touch did not premier a new song, but did spin songs ranging from "Slaughterhouse" to "Move On". Joell Ortiz and Crooked I did go in on a couple of beats though, spitting rhymes that fans may or may not be familiar with. All in all it was a great appearance for the group and it should definitely help to get the word around. Make certain that you download the whole broadcast with the link included below and keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for updates regarding future appearances.

Reference: http://www.zshare.net/audio/611678853fe88196/

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FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=189

Quote:We have just received news that should please Sirius Satellite Radio listeners. The Slaughterhouse crew will be appearing on the air with Tony Touch on Shade 45 tomorrow at 8:00PM. For those of you who do not know, Tony Touch's show is called "Toca Tuesdays" and this week's show also features an appearance by D Block. D Block will be promoting their new album titled "No Security" which drops on Koch Records / E1 Entertainment tomorrow. The group is now label mates with Slaughterhouse as they have recently signed a deal with E1 to release their debut project as many will recall. Make certain that you do not miss this radio appearance and be sure to visit Shade 45's official website for additional information regarding Tony Touch's show.

Reference: http://www.sirius.com/shade45
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#2
someone needs to record that shit.
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#3
8pm NY time on the 9th of June right? If Sirius still do that 3 day free trial then I'll tune in. If not someone better record it.
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(06-09-2009, 06:37 AM)alphabet link Wrote:8pm NY time on the 9th of June right? If Sirius still do that 3 day free trial then I'll tune in. If not someone better record it.

Yeah, NY time.

BTW: I'm going to do my best to get a recording for you guys.
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#5
Thanks Bro!  I won't be around tonight to check it. 
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#6
I got my free sirius trial setup so I'll be listening. If anyone else want's to do it, just go to the sirius radio site and look for the free trial part and you can listen online for 7 days I think..
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#7
Props for the info. I may do that free trial sign up to listen to the show as well.
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#8
The free trial takes like 2 minutes to set up, but I'm definitely recording this anyway.
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FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=193

Quote:For those of you who are not aware, the Slaughterhouse crew kicked off their radio promotion with an appearance on Shade 45 tonight. The super-group sat down with Tony Touch on "Toca Tuesday" and entertained callers with questions while spitting some rhymes. Unfortunately, Royce Da 5'9" was unable to make an appearance as he was tied up with family matters. While the group did not provide too much additional information regarding the project they did touch on a few points. Once again the group stressed that the album release date is not set in stone. As of recently, we have heard the August 11th release date being tossed around, but the group did not make a confirmation tonight. However, the group once again confirmed that the album is self-titled and that is certainly what the fans were expecting. When it comes to music, Tony Touch did not premier a new song, but did spin songs ranging from "Slaughterhouse" to "Move On". Joell Ortiz and Crooked I did go in on a couple of beats though, spitting rhymes that fans may or may not be familiar with. All in all it was a great appearance for the group and it should definitely help to get the word around. Make certain that you download the whole broadcast with the link included below and keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for updates regarding future appearances.

Reference: http://www.zshare.net/audio/611678853fe88196/
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#10
oh my its the kite..... AGAIN!

he might need a world record for the most frequently used freestyle.
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