Beggattron Remixed Album (25/10/2010)
Released as 2 EP’s before a full album, United Colours of Beggattron Remixed has marked a considerable shift in the perceptions of the group’s musical output . The album meshes a variety of styles and sounds, crossing the boundaries of dubstep, grime, glitch and electro. The full album features 6 tracks on neither of the ep’s including the Skism remix of ‘Get a Bit More’, the Bar 9 remix of ‘Seven Figure Swagger’, ‘Big and Black’, the Noisia Remix of ‘Contact’, ‘No Holds Barred ’ ft Noisia Excision remix and ‘Move Higher’ Om Unit remix.
Beggattron Remixed EP 2 (06/09/2010)
EP 2 features production from Detroit legend Dabrye, Om Unit, Planas (Ranking Records), Blue Daisy (Black Acre), Diverse Concepts, DJ 2 Tall and world DJ champion and producer DJ Troubl. Guest vocalists include heavyweight rappers Jehst, Kashmere, Ben Sharpa (Pioneer Unit South Africa), American soulstress and ex – Macy Gray/Plantlife vocalist Audra Nishita and newly celebrated Graziella of Miss Frank and X-Factor fame. All come together to offer sounds which throw back to early soulful 2 step Garage, Philly-soul, early Metalheadz ambient dnb vibes and leftfield sci-fi rap.
Beggattron Remixed EP 1 (07/05/2010)
EP 1 includes, remixes of album favourite ‘Seven Figure Swagger’ by Plasticain, featuring vocal performances from some of the UK’s finest MC’s including grime allstars Wretch 32 and Dot Rotten as well as original track ‘Typhoon’ with Bristol Dubstep producers, Chasing Shadows. Further collaborators and producers include Gothtrad, New Sex Friend, world scratch champion –DJ Troubl plus appearances from members of Taskforce, Stig and Dr Syntax, Kyza, Skandal and Graziella ( Miss Frank).
No Holds Barred / Get a Bit More (Skism and Excision remixes) (01/03/2010)
The Single was released on Never Say Die records as a double A side and was available on vinyl and download only.
United Colours of Beggattron (19/10/2009)
‘United Colours of Beggattron’ was the third studio album from Foreign Beggars, featuring notable production from Nosia, Ghosttown as well Dag Nabbit, guest appearances from Guilty Simpson (StonesThrow), Devlin, Phat Kat, Ben Sharpa, DJ 2Tall, Badness, Dubbledge, Jehst, Dr Syntax, Kyza and Kashmere. The track ‘Contact’ marked the first collaboration between Foreign Beggars and Noisia and received widespread acclaim. Tony Truand’s video direction for ‘Contact’ has attracted 2 million YouTube hits to date making this track and video the successful in Foreign Beggars’ history. The track featured on the E4 series ‘Skins’ and was released as a single with the song ‘Shake It’, also a collaboration with Noisia as a promo prior to the release of the album. Second single, ‘Seven Figure Swagger’ / ‘Don’t Dhoow It’ was released after the album and featured remixes from Bar 9 and Mach
Hit That Gash ft Rouge A Levres (24/11/2008)
Released Originally on The Asylum Agenda series for Australia (Grindin’), France (Undercover) & Spain (Boa) and later made a single on Dented Records with a slew of UK Remixes including Primcuts itchy naaan re-rub which was featured on Herve’s ghetto Bass compilation & Scratch Perverts fabric Live Mix cd.
Stray Point Agenda (03/05/2006)
Foreign Beggars’ second studio album was much darker in its sound as well as lyrical content than ‘Asylum Speakers’. The record featured guest production from Oh No (Stones Throw) and Ninja Tunes’ recording artist DJ Vadim as well as guest spots from Dr. Syntax, Skrein, Dubbledge, Graziella, Wildchild and Dudley Perkins. Well received at the time of release, Stray Point Agenda represents an accomplished and more mature style of Hip Hop drawing on influences from both the UK and US underground scenes.
Bukkake Ski Trip (03/04/2006)
The controversially named Bukkake Ski Trip was released 3rd April 2006. The mix-tape is a compilation of previously unheard tracks, vinyl-only releases, bootlegs, collaborations and remixes, mixed together by DJ Nonames. The mix-tape features of range of MCs, DJs and producers including: Wildchild (Lootpack), Dr Syntax, Skrein, Dark Circle, Kashmere the Iguna Man, DJ Square One, Dubbledege, Supar Novar (Kemet), Big Ben, DJ Sparo (Scenario), Vex’d (Planet-mu), Soundkillaz, and Ravi Shakti (Solenca). The artwork for this album was produced by legendary Spanish graffiti artist SLK and entitled ‘Kaps from the world famous pornostars’.
Crypt Drawl (03/03/2004)
This EP was the follow up to Asylum Speakers and featured 4 tracks, ‘Ode to Julie’, ‘Crypt Drawl’ ft. Anik, ‘Beatflow Freakshow’ and ‘On a Winter’s Day’ which was later to feature on Stray Point Agenda. This is now a collectors item amongst fans as it is no longer in production.
Asylum Speakers (27/11/2003)
Foreign Beggars first studio album was titled ‘ Asylum Speakers’. The record featured the following guest artists: Kashmere, Graziella, Dr. Syntax, Anik, Tommy Evans, MRX, Carnage, Grim, Finsta, DVS, Skinnyman, Wayne Wonda, Tau Rai, Lena, Farma G, Chester P, Task Force, Shlomo, Ed Skrein, Pye, Nassa, Super Novar and Highbreed. Two videos were released from this album.