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Fat BoysFat Boys ... LP
Sutra, 1984. Near Mint- .... $9.99
The Kurtis Blow-produced debut album by The Fat Boys! We'll say it: respect is due to The Fat Boys – novelty status, fat comedy cliches and Disorderlies aside. If you're a child of the early 80s, there's a reasonable chance that The Fat Boys were the first rap group you ever heard – that alone makes them no joke if you ask us. Another thing: the best of their cuts are pretty damn nice and hold up as well some of the best rap circa '84 – and this debut album indeed features some of their best cuts. Includes "Stick 'Em", Fat Boys", "The Place To Be""Human Beat Box", "Can You Feel It?", "Stick 'Em" & "Jailhouse Rap". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear & an old staple.)

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IndeepLast Night A DJ Saved My Life ... LP
Sound Of New York, 1983. Very Good .... $11.99
Indeep are best known for the title single of this one – as "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life" still plays large for all of us, a bit hokey, to be sure, but with a great old school beat and some great guitar bits! This is the full album built around that single, and it's got some similar sounding tunes with a groove that's not too bad. Plus, you get to see what the band looks like on the cover – and trust us, they look terrible! Titles include "Buffalo Bill", "Love Is Like A Gun", "Slow Down", "Lipstick Politics", and "When Boys Talk". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has wide clear tape along the bottom seam.)

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New Justin WarfieldMy Field Trip To Planet 9 ... LP
Qwest, 1993. Near Mint- .... $14.99
Maybe Justin Warfield was just a little ahead of his time, or maybe it was because his rhyme skills were a little short of getting him put over, but something kept him from blowing up. Beat-wise this album's mining a vein that's not far off from some of the other left coast hip hop from that time that did make it, like the Pharcyde or some of the Hiero stuff, with a touch of smoked out influence that could be mistaken for the trip hop and acid jazz influenced sound that would hold sway a few years after this was released. Includes "K Sera Sera", "Fisherman's Grotto", "Live From The Opium Den", "Glass Tangerine", "Cool Like The Blues", "Pick It Up Y'All" and "B Boys On Acid". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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Krushin MC'sFor Your Ears Only ... LP
Macola, 1987. Very Good .... $4.99
We have to admit we didn't know anyone was putting out rap records in the late 80s from the Detroit area, and how these guys got hooked up with Macola out on the west coast is beyond us. Stevie D, Wonder T and the Butcher shout old school rhymes over stripped down, very 80s sounding big beat production. 10 tracks in all, including "Nightmare On Rhyme Street", "Murder We Wrote", "Grab A Book", "To Be To Be", "Get Off My Jock", "Move Those Hips", "Good Girls Like Bad Boys" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole and light wear.)

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New Hugh MasekelaBoy's Doin' It ... LP
Casablanca, 1975. Very Good .... $9.99
A mid 70s effort from Hugh Maskela, recorded in Nigeria, an excellent melding of his jazz inflected pop sound with some deeper soulful grooves. The vibe here is showing both some funk and disco influences, but with trademark South African style melodies floating over top and a dedication to Fela, you know there's some afro beat creeping in too. 6 tracks in all: "The Boys Doin' It", "Mama", "Excuse Me Please", "Ashiko", "In The Jungle" and "A Person Is A Sometime Thing". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear & a bit of pen.)

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New MountainClimbing ... LP
Windfall, 1970. Used Gatefold .... Out Of Stock
Jammin! For heavy guitars and high-stepping vocals, Mountain couldn't be beat – and this early album was one of the group's best! The set kicks off with their stone classic "Mississippi Queen", then rolls into other heavy numbers like "Theme From An Imaginary Western", "To My Friend", "Sittin On A Rainbow", "Boys In The Band", "Sliver Paper", and "Never In My Life" – all served up with great guitars from Leslie West and heavy bass from Felix Pappalardi. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear, an unglued top seam, and a small rip inside the gatefold.)
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Heaven Bound with Tony ScottiHeaven Bound With Tony Scotti (aka Breaking Up Is Hard To Do) ... LP
MGM, 1972. Near Mint- .... $11.99
Pure AM radio pop from the glory days of MGM! Pop impresario Tony Scotti was one of the harmony vocalists who comprised Heaven Bound – and he produced the album with a sweet sound that's part late Beach Boys, part 70s Four Seasons, and part LA electric soundtrack. The record's got some real charms, and plenty of breathy 70s pop song hooks. Includes versions of Neil Young's "On The Way Home" and The Beatles' "I Will" – plus "He'd Rather Have The Rain", "I Kept On Loving You", "Five Hundred Miles", and "Come Run With Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a wavy corner.)