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Ultramagnetic MCsAin't It Good To You (Unreleased Paul C Mix, Edit) (limited edition) ... 7-inch
Black Pegasus, Late 80s. New Copy (pic cover)... $35.99
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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New Yall So StupidVan Full Of Pakistans ... CD
Rowdy, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A lost bit of backpacker era underground from Atlanta, on the short lived Rowdy imprint. Head nodding beats from Spearhead X and ensemble rhymes that might remind you of a less abstract Souls Of Mischief on 14 cuts: "Introduce Me", "85 South", "Van Full Of Pakistans", "Bowl Of Soul", "Bootleg Beatdown", "Dirt Road White Girl", "Monkey Off My Back", "Super Nigga", "Yall" and "On & On", plus a handful of interludes. CD
(Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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New Bush BabeesGravity (single vinyl pressing) ... LP
Warner, 1996. Used ... Out Of Stock
While we did like the Bush Babees first LP, it veered a bit further into the commercial realm than we care for on some cuts, probably due to Jermaine Dupri's involvement. This second effort, available only as a promo on vinyl, is the one to check for. There's less of the ragga style here, and tight post-Native Tongues production by Mr. Man, Shawn J Period, the Ummah, Rahzel and Pos of De La. In fact we'd be tempted to call this second generation Native Tongues, if it didn't stand so well on it's own, and merit guest spots that seem more like full fledged participation by Q-tip and Mos Def. Includes "God Complex", "Melting Plastic", "The Love Song", "Gravity", "Wax", "3 MCs", "Rock roots", "SOS", "Maybe", "The Beatdown", "The Ruler", "In Meh Dreams" and "The Ninth Presentation". LP, Vinyl record album
(Promo in a stickered sleeve, which has some wear.)
 
 
 
 



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