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New Ultramagnetic MCsCritical Beatdown ... LP
Next Plateau, 1988. Used (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The classic first LP. The roots of Kool Keith's abstract poetical style with amazing production by Ced Gee. Still one of our all-time favorites. With "Watch Me Now", "Ego Trippin", "Ease Back", "Funky", "Kool Keith Housing Things", "Feelin It", "Ced Gee (Delta Force One)", "Traveling At The Speed Of Thought" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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New Ultramagnetic MCsFunk Your Head Up ... CD
Mercury (Japan), 1992. New Copy ... $13.99
Follow up to Critical Beatdown with solid, funky production by Ced Gee and Moe Love, and Kool Keith just being Kool Keith – giving it some crazy charm that a lot people just weren't ready for at the time! Their first major label record, which seemed to take forever to come out, we recall a lot of folks being disappointed with this at the time – but there's ultimately a lot of quality cuts here! "Poppa Large", "Chorus Line Pt. 2", "Make It Happen" were favorite cuts from the outset, and with the benefit of hindsight and without burden of expections, other great ones include "Funk Radio", "Stop Jockin Me", "Bust The Facts" and "I Like Your Style" with many other standout moments. It's got a whopping 23 in all, and other tracks include "MC Champion", "Go For Yourz", "Message From The Boss", "Pluckin Cards", "You Ain't Real", "Moe Love On The ! & 2" and "Porno Star". CD

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New MolemenChicago City Limits Vol 1 ... CD
Molemen, 2001. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
More of the best of Chicago underground MC's produced by the Molemen – Chicago's most prolific (and dopest) underground hip hop producers – on this follow up to Ritual Of..., their classic debut full-length. Tracks include "Redemption" by Cap D (of All Natural), "Beatdown" by Anacron, "Don't Forget" by Verbal, "Onion Rings" by O-Type Star, "Cry Me A River" by Matlock, "Conjugation Of A Woman's Name" by Offwhyte, "Urban Legend" by Triangle Offense (Juice & Vakill), "E.S.B.E" by Demonology, "Gamble Your Life" by Pugslee, "Launch A Shot" by Kaos, "Family Ties" by Family Tree, "Falling" by Seel, "The Sheppard" by Prime, "Nasty Freestyle" by Juice, and "Death Wish Banger" by Infinito, Qwel, Seel, & PNS (with a rare vocal appearance from PNS), plus an untitled freestyle live-in-the-studio bonus track featuring Vakill, Prime, Mass Hysteria, and Qwel, mixed by Eddie Ill & DL (?), and two instrumental tracks. Production by Panik, Memo, and PNS. CD
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New Ultramagnetic MCsAin't It Good To You (Unreleased Paul C Mix, Edit) (limited edition) ... 7-inch
Black Pegasus, Late 80s. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Uber-rare alternate mix of an Ultramags classic – from the late 80s Critical Beatdown sessions! The original "Ain't It Good To You" is late 80s group rap of the finest caliber – and one of the standouts from the classic Critical Beatdown. The version on this limited edition 7" is an unreleased Paul C mix – purportedly from the original CB reel-to-reel – and also purportedly one of the last tracks Paul engineered before he left this world at the end of decade. Like the album version, it's working with the breakbeat classic Manzel "Jump Street" sample, but speeds up the beat a bit, for a slightly more frentic vibe, still rooted in the funky soul source material. Includes the instrumental edit on the flip. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Limited edition.)
 
 
 
 



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