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* [[BannedInChina Banned in South Korea]]: Several songs from their ''Remapping the Human Soul'' album were banned due to controversial content, and the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism attempted to ban the album from airplay entirely and place an age limit on buying it.


* CoverVersion: of [[BigBang Taeyang's]] "Eyes, Nose, Lips," though technically it's more of a reinterpretation of the original song.

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* CoverVersion: of [[BigBang [[Music/BigBang Taeyang's]] "Eyes, Nose, Lips," though technically it's more of a reinterpretation of the original song.



* LyricsVideoMismatch: "Trot/High Technology" and "Don't Hate Me." Both could also fall into the SurrealMusicVideo category.

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* LyricsVideoMismatch: "Trot/High Technology" and "Don't Hate Me." Both could also fall into the SurrealMusicVideo category.

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* NewMediaAreEvil: "High Technology"


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* LyricsVideoMismatch: "Trot/High Technology" and "Don't Hate Me." Both could also fall into the SurrealMusicVideo category.


* LonelyPianoPiece: "Over," "Spoiler,"

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* LonelyPianoPiece: "Over," "Spoiler," "Over" and "Spoiler" have shades of this, and a lot of their instrumental pieces (e.g. "Forest" and "Ocean. Sand. Trees.") are basically these.

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* IcarusAllusion: "Icarus Walks" from ''Pieces, Part One''


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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: ''Map the Soul'' and ''Remapping the Human Soul''.
* OneLetterTitle: ''[e]''


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* BoastfulRap: Lots - Top Gun, Breakdown, Free Music, and Burj Khalifa, just to name a few.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Large parts of Born Hater, the title track for their ''Shoebox'' album, had to be re-written in order for the song to be considered acceptable for broadcast due to the heavy swearing present in the original song.


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* BoastfulRap: Lots - "Top Gun," "Breakdown", "Free Music," and "Burj Khalifa," just to name a few.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Large parts of "Born Hater," the title track for their ''Shoebox'' album, had to be re-written in order for the song to be considered acceptable for broadcast due to the heavy swearing present in the original song.
* CoverVersion: of [[BigBang Taeyang's]] "Eyes, Nose, Lips," though technically it's more of a reinterpretation of the original song.
* LonelyPianoPiece: "Over," "Spoiler,"


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* PrecisionFStrike: El-FUCKING-Greco in "Born Hater."
* SelfEmpowermentAnthem: "Up"
* TickTockTune: "One"

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!! Epik High's music videos contain examples of:
* BackToFront: "One Minute, One Second"
* LoonyFan: the girl from "Fan."


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* BoastfulRap: Lots - Top Gun, Breakdown, Free Music, and Burj Khalifa, just to name a few.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Large parts of Born Hater, the title track for their ''Shoebox'' album, had to be re-written in order for the song to be considered acceptable for broadcast due to the heavy swearing present in the original song.
*[[BannedInChina Banned in South Korea]]: Several songs from their ''Remapping the Human Soul'' album were banned due to controversial content, and the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism attempted to ban the album from airplay entirely and place an age limit on buying it.
* MyspeldRokband

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Epik High is a three-member Korean hip hop group (comprised of DJ Tukutz and rappers Mithra Jin and Tablo) initially formed in 2001. Along with their peers, they contributed to developing the then-nascent hip hop scene in South Korea. After multiple setbacks and three label changes, Epik High won Album of the Year in 2014 for their album "Shoebox" and held the largest North American tour for a Korean artist since The Wonder Girls the following year.

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