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Brooklyn ZooMasters Of The Zooniverse (dirty, radio, inst)/Original Brooklyn Zoo (street, alternative street, inst) ... 12-inch
Cold Chillin, 1995. Near Mint- ... $4.99
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(White label promo.)
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New Ol Dirty BastardReturn To The 36 Chambers – The Dirty Version ... LP
Elektra/Get On Down, 1995. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Ol' Dirty Bastard...Osiris...Big Baby Jesus...what can we say? Whether ODB had really fallen off the deep end or if it was just an act, this is still one of our favorite Wu-Tang related LP's – with more energy and sense of humor than most, and featuring the best hip hop singing since Biz Markie! Titles include "Brooklyn Zoo", "Baby C'mon", "Proteck Ya Neck II", "Cuttin Headz", "Hippa To Da Hoppa", "Shimmy Shimmy Ya", and lots more. 15 tracks on 2LPs. LP, Vinyl record album
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New High & MightyB-Boy Document (dirty, clean, inst)/Mind, Soul & Body (dirty, clean, inst) ... 12-inch
Eastern Conference, 1999. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $5.99
From the goofy "Hands On Experience" to "Open Mic Night" through "B-Boy Document", The High & Mighty have done something hip hop groups rarely do – release three equally dope singles that sound completely different from each other. "B-Boy Document" features vocals from Mos Def, EL-P, and Mike Zoot and quotes from BDP's "I'm Still Number One." While the music inside is what matters, as a bonus the cover features a great vintage hip hop photo circa 1984 courtesy of the now famous Jamel Shabazz. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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VariousDemos – Documentary – An Independent Artist's Guide To Success (CD & DVD) ... CD
Empire, 2013. New Copy CD & DVD ... $8.99 16.98
Soundtrack and feature documentary Demos – An Independent Artists's Guide To Success – featuring interviews with and tracks by a host of legends and contemporary heavies – with the soundtrack CD and the DVD documentary in a single package! The doc is directed by Kareem Fort and narrated by Skyzoo – and features appearances by Talib Kweli, Naughty By Nature, DJ Quik, Rapper Big Pooh, Black Thought and many more. The CD features 17 tracks: including "The Get Up" by Skyzoo & Torae, "Sould Off" by El Prez, "Hunger" by Supastition, "Save Us" by Truck North, "Chameleon" by Wax, "Play My Demo" by Raven Sorvino, "Listen" by Chaundon and more. CD

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New VariousSuperrappin Vol 2 ... CD
Groove Attack/Caroline, 2001. Used 2 CDs ... $5.99
An incredible selection of work by some of the best classic and underground MCs and DJs – every bit as great as volume one, and a double-length package to boot! The package includes many exclusive tracks – and could easily replace a whole crate full of 12" singles! Tracks include "This Is What They Meant" by Pete Rock & Grand Agent, "Turn The Party Out" by Biz Markie, "Y'all Not Ready" by The Infamous MC, "Monumental" by Lone Catalysts, "AM/PM" by K-Otix, "Ships Pass" by J-Live, "Ol' Crew" by Mr Lif, "I Gotta Have It Again" by Royal Flush, "Truth In Position" by Maspyke, "1 Of A Kind" by Bravo & Sandman, "Do That Dance" by Declaime featuring Medaphoar, "So Amazing" by Thrust, "Ascension" by BJ Digby aka Holmskillit, "Late October" by 5 Deez, "Minders" by Rubix, "Spread Love" by Mike Zoot featuring Labba, "How You Love That" featuring I.G.Off & Hazadus, "Interlude" by Fat Jon, "Last Call Pt 2" by Obscure Disorder, "I Don't Know Either" by Mr Complex, "Break Through" by Gauge, "Carolina Skies" by Loer Velocity featuring Probe.Dms (Cvees), and "Kali Wow" by Khali Wild. CD

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New Slum VillageDetroit Deli – A Taste Of Detroit ... CD
Barak/Capitol, 2004. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Slum Village returns with their most rugged album ever! The Slum still hasn't duplicated the particularly groovy style of the classic Fantastic, Vol 2, and to be honest, the crew is really the same in name only. The line-up has changed little-by-little with each album, and the Detroit Deli Slum has the act paired down to the duo of T3 and Baatin. Against the odds, the album works – with an overall stronger presentation than the previous Trinity album (one that we admired more than we actually enjoyed), with some grimy, crackly beats and production, more confrontational rhymes than you'd expect from Slum Village, plus a couple of strong collaborations with fellow Detroit native Dwele. Tracks include "Zoom", "Do You", "Dirty" featuring Dirt McGirt, "Selfish" with Kanye West, "Closer" featuring Dwele, "Old Girl/Shining Star", "Keep Holding Tight", "It's On", "The Hours", "Things We Know", "Counting The Ways" with Dwele and "Reunion" featuring Dilla. CD

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New Aesop RockBazooka Tooth ... LP
Def Jux/Block Block Chop, 2003. New Copy 3 LPs (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Bazooka Tooth finds Mr Rock experimenting further with his voice while perfecting his production skills! On previous Aesop joints, Blockhead and Aesop have worked together to create a sound all their own: haunting, pounding and mesmerizing. It's easy to tell that Aesop wanted a little more control of the sound on this outing and he is not afraid to defiantly push his music beyond a typical hip hop loop. You'll hear tempo changes, odd drunk noises, interludes, whimsical circus sounds, fat synth bass lines, and quicker verbal antics. It sounds as if El-P and Aesop were playing Legos and swapping records a whole lot over the past 2 years. This is not the sequel to Labor, but Aesop's verbal assault is definitely in fine form! Blockhead does manage to show up for three tracks, although everything else is handled by Aesop, with one done by El-P. Guests include Mr Lif, PFAC, and El-P. Tracks include "Freeze", "Kill The Messenger", "Bazooka Tooth", "Easy", "No Jumper Cables", "NY Electric", "Greatest Pac-Man Victory In History", "11:35", "Super Fluke", "Mars Attacks" and more. LP, Vinyl record album