Diplo & Switch leaked their 'Hold The Line' joint the other day via Mad Decent and now in the quest to show just how crazy their project is going to be have released this ridiculous track, A megamix/sampler, and the tracklist (which can be seen below) for their new album.."Guns Don't Kill People...Lazers Do"...The album promises to introduce the world to Diplo and Switch's futuristic dancehall dubstep fusion....
Major Lazer - Zumbi (ft. Andy Milonakis)
Major Lazer - Lazer Boom 1 Album Sampler/Mix
Tracklist: MAJOR LAZER - GUNS DON'T KILL PEOPLE...LAZERS DO
1. Hold The Line feat. Mr. Lex & Santigold
2. When You Hear The Bassline feat. Ms. Thing
3. Can't Stop Now feat. Mr. Vegas & Jovi Rockwell
4. Lazer Theme feat. Future Trouble
5. Anything Goes feat. Turbulence
6. Cash Flow feat. Jah Dan
7. Mary Jane feat. Mr. Evil & Mapei
8. Bruk Out feat. T.O.K. & Ms. Thing
9. What U Like feat. Amanda Blank & Einstein
10. Keep It Goin' Louder feat. Nina Sky & Ricky Blaze
11. Pon De Floor feat. VYBZ Kartel (Additional Prpduction By Afro Jack)
12. Baby feat. Prince Zimboo
13. Jump Up feat. Leftside & Supahype (Co-Produced By Crookers) <<--I want this record
Thanks to Meredith of Cornerstone Promo for the info.....
Do you really wanna hear the whole story behind 'Major Lazer'...? Its on the other side...
Well...here it is....
Major Lazer is a Jamaican commando who lost his arm in the secret Zombie War of 1984. The US military rescued him and repurposed experimental lazers as prosthetic limbs. Since then Major Lazer has been a hired renegade soldier for a rogue government operating in secrecy underneath the watch of M5 and the CIA. His cover is that of a dancehall night club owner from Trinidad and he enlisted the help of long-time allies and uber-producers, Diplo and Switch, to produce his first LP. His true mission is to protect the world from the dark forces of evil that live just under the surface of a civilized society. He fights vampires and various monsters, parties hard, and has a rocket powered skateboard.
As part of a plan to subdue the forces of evil with a batch of futuristic dancehall bangers, the three encamped at Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica to record the Major Lazer record. The product of this collaboration is Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do, a collection of tracks that draws from the rich dancehall tradition of Jamaica, the futuristic dance-floor-killing aesthetic of Diplo and Switch, and contributions from some of the biggest names in dancehall today. The record runs global pop culture through the filter of Major Lazer's particular brand of 80's-inspired digital dancehall, at once an homage to a bygone era and a look to the future of dance music.