British actor Tom Hardy’s rap mixtape from the 1990s has resurfaced.
Ed Tracy, often known as Eddie Too Tall, mentioned he launched the album, titled “Falling on Your Arse,” as a result of the “Mad Max: Fury Street” star requested him about it just lately, Complicated reported Thursday.
Tracy wrote and produced the tracks whereas Hardy carried out the songs.
“Tom requested me whether or not I nonetheless had the album kicking about within the loft,” Tracy instructed the publication. “Lo and behold, right here it’s in all its rawness, simply because it sounded then.”
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In a 2017 interview with BBC Newsbeat, Hardy, 40, described the music as “being made in a bed room” however “by no means actually completed.”
The album, produced in 1999, consists of 18 tracks.
“[Hardy will] be happy with the reception it’s had as we speak,” Tracy mentioned. “We at all times mentioned we’d do a Vegas tour as a joke. Possibly if this album generates sufficient love then we will coax Tom onstage.”
The “Peaky Blinders” star additionally revealed to Newsbeat that he had a report deal when he was 15. Nevertheless he claimed it did not go anyplace as a result of he wasn’t good.
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Nonetheless, Hardy mentioned he has not crossed a music profession off his record.
“Until I am taking part in a rapper in one thing I am unable to see myself straying off and doing it,” Hardy mentioned. “However who is aware of? Possibly I will have an album after I’m 80.”
The album is offered on Bandcamp.