This is Mike Reid’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Mike Reid

  1. Illinois
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 19
  2. followers 2
  3. following 15
  1. EP 1
    by Black Canary
  2. Mutate, Baby!
    by Kirby Krackle
  3. Gifted Student
    by Adam WarRock
  4. In Concert: ChessieCon 2014
    by Tom Smith
  5. Walk The Fire
    by John Anealio
  6. Barbarian Jetpack
    by Mikey Mason
  7. Voice of an Angle EP
    by Helen Arney
  8. L.P.
    by Insomniac Folklore
  9. An Atheist Album
    by Shelley Segal
  10. Mischief
    by S. J. Tucker
  11. Laser Zombie Robot Love
    by John Anealio
    Batman Smells (A Rebuttal) Batman Smells (A Rebuttal)
    John's music is always guaranteed to move my mind towards that state where all will be well, even if sometimes the lyrics tug at my heart. He's the Blue Lantern of my music collection.
  12. The Canterbury Tales Remixed
    by Baba Brinkman
    Beowulf Beowulf
    My appreciation for classics, oral traditions, and, yes, even hip-hop, went up 200% upon hearing this album. Baba Brikman, I came for the evolution raps and stayed because you're awesome.
  13. Impotent Nerd Rage
    by Mikey Mason
    Strangling My Muse Strangling My Muse
    There is not a single song on this album that I don't love. Most discs usually have one track I skip, not this one. Mikey's music is All Good.
  14. You Dare Call That Thing Human?!?
    by Adam WarRock
    616 616
    616... I can (and have) listened to this track over and over and over again. That said, there are a lot of really sweet tracks on this album.
  15. It's a Chiptune Holiday!
    by ComputeHer & 8 Bit Weapon
  16. You're Delicious
    by Jim's Big Ego
    Zombies and love... two things that always sends my heart a-fluttering. Jim's Big Ego can deliver a mellow rock sound that is just about spot on for this delightful idea!
  17. The Rap Guide to Business
    by Baba Brinkman
    Everything I Need to Know about Business I learned from this album. This guy just keeps busting out the educational hip-hop that entertains as it expands my brain.
  18. This Man... This Emcee!
    by Adam WarRock
    Marvel vs. DC Marvel vs. DC
    Adam WarRock is not only a great rapper, uber nerd, but he's also a great guy. But even if he was Lex Luthor evil, this album would still be here. Yeah, it's pretty much that good.
  19. Nighty Night
    by 8in8
    Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla
    Why do I love this album? Have you read the line up of talent involved? Besides, any album that kicks off with a song about Tesla gets a free pass in my book!