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New Da Lench MobPlanet Of Da Apes ... LP
Priority, 1994. Used ... Out Of Stock
The Lench Mob's second LP, and while not quite as nice as Guerillas In The Mist, it's not without a few good moments of mid-90's West Coast political hardcore. Includes "Chocolate City", "Cut Throats", "King Of The Jungle", "Goin Bananas", "Mellow Madness" and "Trapped". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
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K DeeFreshest MC In The World (LP, acapella, radio, inst) ... 12-inch
Lench Mob, 1994. Sealed ... $4.99
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New Ice CubePredator ... LP
Priority/Lench Mob, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Cube's last truly great full length, from 1992, when he was leaving the gangsta stuff behind and had grown into an incredibly sharp social commentator and ghetto portrait painter. The rhymes, and even the liner note acknowledgements ("Ice Cube wishes to acknowledge white America's continued commitment to the silence and oppression of black men. . .") are wickedly incisive to this day. This could be his finest hour. Includes the singles "It Was A Good Day", "Check Yo Self" and "Wicked", "Gangsta's Fairytale", "Dirty Mack" and "Now I Gotta Wet'cha". Production by DJ Pooh, Muggs and Sir Jinx, amongst others. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a cutout notch.)
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New Ice CubeDeath Certificate ... LP
Priority, 1991. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Cube's anger goes full throttle on his second post NWA full-length. He takes every aspect of his social commentator standpoints to another level from his solo debut – the roles of the angry and educated leader, and the finger-pointing blamer each get their say here, and so do those furiously funky Lench Mob beats. One of the last great gangsta era records to be so propulsive and exciting – Dre's Chronic was waiting just around the corner to haze this sound out of the picture for good. Quite tough to find on wax in it's original pressing – includes "Givin Up The Nappy Dug Out", "The Funeral", "Wrong Ni**a To –- Wit", "My Summer Vacation", "No Vaseline" and "Steady Mobbin". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)