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Beenie ManLong Time/Version ... 7-inch
First Name (Jamaica), 2001. Very Good+ ... $0.99
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New VariousRumble In The Jungle ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), Early/Mid 90s. Used ... $6.99
Ho!! Here's one to take you on a short trip down memory lane! We say short because in today's groove scene new sounds and movements take hold and shift to another scene so quickly, it's easy forget how recently they were birthed. So never mind dub step or broken beat or any of the grandchildren of the drum and bass scene and cruise back to the salad days of the mid 90s with this fab compilation showcasing the original breakbeat sound! Non-stop jungle tracks with relentless rhythms that sound as fresh today as they did when they were new, new unstoppable sound system rockers and neck snapping underground club anthems of East London. 13 tracks in all, including "Original Nuttah" by UK Apache & Shy FX, "Super Sharp Shooter" by DJ Zinc, "Illegal Gunshot" by the Ragga Twins, "No Doubt" by Shut Up & Dance, "Under Mi Sensi (X-Project rmx)" by Barrington Levy &Beenie Man, "Bad Boy Lick A New Shot" by Ninjaman, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man & Ninja Ford, "Press The Trigger" by Poison Chang and "Incredible" by M Beat with general Levy. CD

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New Missy ElliottThis Is Not A Test ... CD
Elektra, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
If you told us a few years ago that we'd be looking at a record cover with Missy Elliott posing in high heeled leather boots and a short skirt, we'd have laughed in your face. But times change, and who knows what's coming next, except that Missy & Timbo are here to serve up another platter filled with hot bounce tracks sure to ignite radio stations everywhere, and why not? Timbaland and Missy's tracks are stripped down to the bare minimum, with percolating rhythms punctuated only by fat bass blasts and an occasional squelch here and and the odd whistling sample there, with Missy spitting rhymes that may not rip shop in the cipher but get us open every time. Guest spots from Mary J Blige, Jay Z, Nelly, Beenie Man, Elephant Man and others. Includes "Pass The Dutch", "Wake Up", "Keep It Movin", "I'm Really Hot", "Toyz", "Let It Bump", "Pump It Up", "Let Me Fix My Weave" and "Spelling Bee". CD
 
 
 
 



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