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New Compton's Most WantedIt's A Compton Thang ... CD
Orpheus/Universal (Japan), 1990. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Pivotal west coast rap from Compton's Most Wanted! NWA cast such a long shadow in the late 80s, especially in the nascent gangsta rap and G Funk scenes, it was tough for top shelf peers and followers to get their due, but CMW deliver the goods and this record stands the test of time! Production by LA old school-er the Unknown DJ and CMW's DJ Slip give this set a nice stripped down west coast sound, with MC Eiht holding up his own end of things (and taking up the slack for the Chill MC) on the mic. 11 tracks in all, including "It's A Compton Thang", "One Time Gaffled Em", "This Is Compton", "Late Night Hype", "Duck Sick", "I'm Wit Dat" and "Rhymes Too Funky Pt 1 (Live at Lonzo's 1988)". CD

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New King T, MC Eiht, Dres & Silkk the ShockerExpress Yourself (edit, inst, explicit)/Straight Outta Compton (edit, inst, explicit) ... 12-inch
Priority, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
Two cover versions of NWA songs from the NWA 10th Anniversary Tribute LP. "Straight Outta Compton" by King T, MC Eiht and Dres and "Express Yourself" by Silkk the Shocker. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo. Labels have a bit of marker.)
 
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Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... $2.99
Eazy's first and best LP, from back when he was trying to kid everyone that he was still a teenager. As we all know, Eazy Duz It is a lot more of a companion piece to Straight Outta Compton than a standout solo album by Eazy E, with most the writing credits going to almost everyone involved with NWA EXCEPT Eazy. We all also know that that is a good thing, as the puckish MC was a much better mouthpiece than he was a great thinker. As an instrument of helium voiced anger and bile spewing, Eazy was pretty hard to top in those days (Eminem is Humpty Hump in comparison), and those tight, propulsive beats Dre and co. conjured up in the late 80s will keep our lowriders bouncing until the end of time. Truly a conceptual masterpiece, whether you're comfortable with that or not. Includes "Radio", "Eazy Duz It", "Boyz In The Hood", and "We Want Eazy", and the full 5150 Home 4 Tha Sick EP as bonus cuts. Remastered for the first time since the original release. CD

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GameDoctor's Advocate ... LP
Geffen, 2006. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $9.99
The Game's back – sans G Unit & Aftermath, but with plenty of baggage for a weighty second major LP's worth of west coast street revivalism – and a set that's ultimately nearly as strong as his debut. Tracks include "Lookin At You", "Da S***", "It's OK (One Blood)", "Compton", "Remedy", "Let's Ride", "Too Much", "Wouldn't Get Far", "One Night", "Doctor's Advocate", "California Vacation", "Bang", "Around The World" and "Why You Hate The Game". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has marker through the barcode.)

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New Kendrick LamarGood Kid, M.A.Ad City (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Aftermath, 2012. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... Just Sold Out!
The much-hailed major league debut of Kendrick Lamar! Includes "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe", "The Art Of Peer Pressure", "Money Trees" with Jay Rock, "Poetic Justice" with Drake, "m.A.A.d City" with MC Eiht, "Singing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst", "Real" feat Anna Wise of Sonnymoon, "Compton" with Dr. Dre and more. Deluxe edition vinyl 3 bonus tracks: "The Recipe" with Dr. Dre, "Black Boy Fly" and "Now Or Never" with Mary J Blige. LP, Vinyl record album

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New BG Knocc Out & DrestaReal Brothas ... CD
Outburst/Universal (Japan), 1995. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A strong, consistent and nowadays under-acknowledged standout in the early-to-mid 90s west coast gangsta rap boom from Eazy E proteges BG Knocc Out & Dresta! They don't reinvent the wheel on Real Brothas, but it really is a solid snapshot of the sound and the era – and the rhyme skills are top notch – flowing as strongly as their more legendary Compton peers. Includes "Everyday All Day", "Jealousy", "Whose The G", "Life's A Puzzle", "Micc Checc", "Compton & Watts", "Do Or Die", "Take A Ride", "50/50 Love", "Real Brothas", Down Goes Anotha N***a" and more. CD

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New Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It (clean) ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Eazy's first and best LP, from back when he was trying to kid everyone that he was still a teenager. As we all know, Eazy Duz It is a lot more of a companion piece to Straight Outta Compton than a standout solo album by Eazy E, with most the writing credits going to almost everyone involved with NWA EXCEPT Eazy. We all also know that that is a good thing, as the puckish MC was a much better mouthpiece than he was a great thinker. As an instrument of helium voiced anger and bile spewing, Eazy was pretty hard to top in those days (Eminem is Humpty Hump in comparison), and those tight, propulsive beats Dre and co. conjured up in the late 80s will keep our lowriders bouncing until the end of time. Truly a conceptual masterpiece, whether you're comfortable with that or not. Includes "Radio", "Eazy Duz It", "Boyz In The Hood", and "We Want Eazy", and the full 5150 Home 4 Tha Sick EP as bonus cuts. Remastered for the first time since the original release. CD
(Clean version.)
Also available Eazy-Duz-It (with bonus tracks) ... CD 2.99

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New Kendrick LamarGood Kid, M.A.Ad City (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Aftermath, 2012. New Copy 2 LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The much-hailed major league debut of Kendrick Lamar! Includes "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe", "The Art Of Peer Pressure", "Money Trees" with Jay Rock, "Poetic Justice" with Drake, "m.A.A.d City" with MC Eiht, "Singing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst", "Real" feat Anna Wise of Sonnymoon, "Compton" with Dr. Dre and more. Deluxe edition vinyl 3 bonus tracks: "The Recipe" with Dr. Dre, "Black Boy Fly" and "Now Or Never" with Mary J Blige. LP, Vinyl record album

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New VariousRuffhouse Records – Greatest Hits ... LP
Ruffhouse, 1999. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Featuring "How I Could Just Kill A Man" and "Insane In Tne Brain" by Cypress Hill, "Tonite's Tha Night," "Alright," and "Jump" by Kriss Kross, "Fu-Gee-La" and "Killing Me Softly With His Song" by Fugees, "Halftime" by Nas, "Ninety Nine (Flash The Message)" by John Forte, "Fuck Compton" By Tim Dog, "Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauren Hill, and "Gone Till November" by Wyclef Jean. LP, Vinyl record album
(Labels have beat marker stickers.)

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New CoupKill My Landlord ... CD
Wild Pitch, 1993. Used ... Out Of Stock
Boots, E Roc, and Pam the Funkstress bring the hip hop dialectic. From the glory days of revolutionary-Marxist-political rhymes in the early 90's when groups like the Coup and Digable Planets were quoting Mao and Franz Fanon instead of Iceberg Slim or the latest gangster flick. Although it's definitely all about "the cause", it's still good hip hop. And not everything is serious – on the "The Coup", it's funny to hear them they flip the styles from a bunch of NWA and Ice Cube songs (from "Straight Outta Compton" to "Once Upon A Time In The Projects") to tell the tale of an urban revolution. Tracks include "Dig It", "Not Yet Free", "I Know You", "Last Blunt", "Funk", "Fo Da Money", "Foul Play" and more. CD
(Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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New Robin HarrisBe-Be's Kids ... LP
Polygram, 1990. Used ... Out Of Stock
We don't need to tell you this album's about ten times funnier than the movie, and sadly the only audio document from one of the funniest black comics of 90s. Hilarious skits like "Gonna Change/Spare Change", "Proud To Be From Compton?", "Dumb A** Police", "Jeri Curl", "Ugly Woman", "Pac Man Game", "Love Faces", "Black Airline", "Why Brothers Drive Cadillacs", "Leave That Coke Alone" and lots more. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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