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- Don't Front, I'm Your Trophy Joe Beats .mp3 (3:54) Diverse Recourse
- Live My Life Joe Beats .mp3 (2:15) Diverse Recourse
- Me Talk Pretty Joe Beats .mp3 (2:50) Diverse Recourse
- Slivers Joe Beats .mp3 (3:01) Diverse Recourse
- Doing The Nothing Joe Beats .mp3 (3:03) Diverse Recourse
- Sleep Or Bust Joe Beats .mp3 (3:24) Diverse Recourse
- Caught Up Joe Beats .mp3 (2:41) Diverse Recourse
- Friday Afternoon Joe Beats .mp3 (2:46) Diverse Recourse
- Hellfire (Remix) Joe Beats .mp3 (2:39) Diverse Recourse
- Pour Me One Joe Beats .mp3 (3:02) Diverse Recourse
- Big Eyed Son Joe Beats .mp3 (1:58) Diverse Recourse
- The Buzz Off Joe Beats .mp3 (2:22) Diverse Recourse
- Merc Ret Joe Beats .mp3 (2:54) Diverse Recourse
- Spikes For The Punch Bowl Joe Beats .mp3 (2:17) Diverse Recourse
- Indian Summer Joe Beats .mp3 (2:00) Diverse Recourse
- Cutie Pie Joe Beats .mp3 (2:11) Diverse Recourse
- ETA Joe Beats .mp3 (2:40) Diverse Recourse
- Fade Joe Beats .mp3 (3:42) Diverse Recourse
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Joe Beats is a sample based producer most known for his work with Sage Francis to make up the duo Non-Prophets.
Since, he has released a myriad of material. His solo efforts mainly consist of Indie Rock Blues (a remix album of indie rock) and Diverse Recourse which is the follow up to his earlier album Reverse Discourse.
His production credits are listed under many like aliases: Joey Beats, The Joe Beats Experiment, The Joe Beats Conspiracy, The Joe Beats Trio, Joey “Nose” Beats, Joe Beats & Blak, Non-Prophets, etc.
Joe Beats performs all of his music live with twin sp-404 samplers. An interesting tidbit is he refuses to play on stage. The main sentiment being the audience has the option to see exactly what he's doing on the samplers during the performance.
For the past two years he's been seen on the road with emcee Blak Lungz (formerly of Florida Jungle Hop band One Drop). Together they've released two preliminary EP's leading up to their debut LP and have done four tours -mainly on the east coast.
About Diverse Recourse
The follow up to 2002's Reverse Discourse. Hip hop beat instrumentals compiled in a continuous mix.
All tracks produced and compiled by Joe Beats.