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MC LyteVery Best Of MC Lyte ... CD
Atlantic, 2001. Used ... $3.99
Tracks include "10% Dis", "I Cram To Understand U", "Cha Cha Cha", "I Am The Lyte", "Stop, Look, Listen", "Shut The Eff Up! (Hoe)", "Ruffneck", "Eyes Are The Soul", "When In Love", "Poor Georgie", "Keep On, Keepin' On" featuring Xscape, "Cold Rock A Party (Bad Boy Remix)" featuring Missy Elliott, and four more. CD

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New MC LyteEyes On This ... CD
First Priority, 1989. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
MC Lyte's second full length record – a bit overlooked in the grand scheme, if only because the preceding Lyte As A Rock was a tough act to follow – so now's a great time to catch up with it! To our ears, Eyes On This is every bit as nice as the debut, and it that last of Lyte's no nonsense late 80s east coast rap efforts – before she started inching more towards a commercial style in the early 90s. An underappreciated classic! Includes "Cappucino", "Stop, Look, Listen" featuring Audio Two, "Survival of the Fittest (rmx)", "I Am the Lyte", "Cha Cha Cha", "Not Wit' A Dealer" and another song dedicated to Shante, "Shut The Eff Up! (Hoe)". Also includes "Throwin Words At U", "Please Understand", "Rhyme Hangover", "Funky Song" and "Slave 2 The Rhythm". CD
(Out of print, cutout notch through spine.)

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New MC LyteCold Rock A Party (original clean, LP clean, LP, original inst, original tv track, acapella)/Have U Ever ... 12-inch
East West, 1996. Used ... Out Of Stock
12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a plain sleeve.)

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New MC LyteLyte As A Rock (house mix, soul shock mix, Miami mix)/Shut The Eff Up! (Hoe) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
Despite the bad choices of a house (which for a reason that's beyond us is pretty sought after around here??) and "Miami" mix, this single does feature the "soul shock mix" with production by Audio Two, and the cut "Shut The Eff Up!", which was not on LP! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a First Priority sleeve.)
 
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New VariousIt's On – The Atlantic Group Rap Compilation ... LP
Atlantic, 1993. Near Mint- 2LP ... $3.99
Promo only 2 LP compilation. Features Akinyelle "The Bomb", Yo Yo "Westside Story", Knucklehedz "Hed Rush", Original Flavor "Can I Get Open", Da Youngsta's "Iz U With Me", Masta Ace "The Mad Wunz", Pharcyde "Otha Fish", MC Lyte "I Got On", Juice With Soul "Born Suspect", 2 Pac "Keep Ya Head Up", Kam "Drama", Mesanjarz Of Funk "Funk In Da Trunk", and To Be Continued "Can I Get My Flow On". LP, Vinyl record album
(In a stickered gatefold sleeve, with light wear.)

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New VariousLost Hip Hop Instrumentals Volume Three ... LP
Lost Hip Hop Instrumentals, 1998. Sealed ... $8.99
Collection of instrumental loops from 10 classic hip hop tracks from around 1990-1995. And they're dj friendly enough to list the BPM for each track. Includes instrumental loops from Public Enemy "Public Enemy #1", MC Lyte "Paper Thin", BDP "Still #1", (umm..) "Ghetto Red Hot", Jazzy Jeff/Fresh Prince "Brand New Funk", Biz Markie "Make the Music With Your Mouth Biz", Tribe Called Quest "Luck of Lucien", (original or remake?) "All Night Long", Smiff-N-Wessun "Sound Bwoy Buriel", Slick Rick "Sittin In My Car". LP, Vinyl record album

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T-LoveLong Way Back ... CD
Astralwerks/Virgin, 2003. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Hip hop like we don't hear on the major labels any more – minimal soul based samples, midtempo grooves, thoughtful, often sung vocals, and beats by Jay Dee and the Herbaliser! This one is a groover from beginning to end, kind of reminding us of Tribe's Midnight Marauders in overall feel. T-Love is somewhere between Jill Scott and MC Lyte – a soulful diva with a stridently smooth style, and a proud out front approach to the rhymes that recalls the best late 80s/early 90s ladies of hip hop. Pretty much everything the above mentioned producers turns into groovy gold, so we don't need to tell you what to expect from the beats! Includes "The Reel Love", "Swing Malindy", "Fortress", "Who Smoked Sunshine", "Witch-Bitch?", "Chiquita", Wanna-Beez" featuring Chali 2na, and more. CD
(Barcode has a cutout mark.)

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New VariousBasement Flavor – The First Priority Music Family ... LP
First Priority, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
Nice compilation including some non-LP cuts from the First Priority label, in its prime. All the tracks here are cut from the same, nice middle school hip hop cloth, with not much more than the MC's rhyming over spare beats in the Audio Two style. 11 tracks in all including MC Lyte & Positive K "I'm Not Havin It", MC Lyte "Survival Of The Fittest" – the original and better version, Audio Two "Many Styles" and "Peer Pressure", Positive K "Tramp", the Alliance "Get On Down" and "Kibbles & Bits" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a cutout notch and promo stamp.)
 
 
 



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