An early attempt to cash in on the independent hip hop craze. There's more than a few decent tracks on here, though a number of these artists were never to be heard from again, but it's worth it, if only for the early West Coast underground cuts. Includes "Ain't No Thang" by Ghetto Klownz, "Upper Echelon" by Signifiers, "In This To Win This" by Da Dozenz, "Net Weight" by Phil The Agony, "Big Up" by Defari (produced by E-Swift), "L.A.P.D." by Phunky Dialect, "Are You Crazy" by Tony Da Skitzo, "Where Ya' At" by The Colony, "Word To God" by Phelon, "Soul Searchin" by Mykill Miers, "Pay The Price" by Voodu, "Vocal Instrument" by Suns Of The V.I., "End Of The Time" by Dilated Peoples (produced by Joey Chavez
), "Hit The Jackpot" by Underground Sound Unit, "For All My Peoples" by Clean Cut Craig, and "Just To Be Famous" by Laswunzout.
(Explicit version, in a pic cover with a cut corner and a few creases.)