Dan le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip

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Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip are a hip-hop duo, combining electronic beats with sung, spoken, and rapped lyrics. The pair are Daniel Stephens (aka Dan le Sac; production, programming, keyboards, guitars and backing vocals), and David Peter Meads (1981–) (aka Scroobius Pip; vocals/rapper/poet). The name "Scroobius Pip" is an intentional misspelling of the Edward Lear poem, The Scroobious Pip. Dan le Sac originally hails from Corringham and Scroobius Pip from neighbouring Stanford-le-Hope in Essex. Their first single was "Thou Shalt Always Kill". Signed with the Sunday Best record label, Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip released their debut album in 2008. Titled Angles, it reached 31 in the UK album chart. They released their second album entitled The Logic of Chance on 15 March 2010 on Sunday Best. Scroobius Pip released his debut solo album, entitled Distraction Pieces, on 19 September 2011 – while Dan le Sac released his, Space Between the Words, on 9 July 2012. The duo's third album entitled Repent Replenish Repeat was released 7 October 2013 and debuted at number 22 in the UK top 40, the duo's highest album chart position to date.

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  1. Review of The Logic of Chance

    The Logic of Chance 2010

    Reviewed by Lou Thomas
    Proves intelligence and fun in UK hip hop don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
  2. Review of Angles

    Angles 2008

    Reviewed by Lou Thomas
    Few could have expected this album to include more than a couple of passable songs on...
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