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MC Lyte

 

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Exact matches: 5
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MC LyteAll That (dirty, clean)/Why You Wanna Get Fly (uncensored) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1991. Near Mint- .... $0.99
12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo.)

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MC LyteParty Going On (voc, inst)/Top Billin (voc, acapella)/This Emcee ... 12-inch
East West, 1998. Sealed .... $5.99
Off the later Seven & Seven LP. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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New MC LyteEyes On This ... LP
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". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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New MC LyteRuffneck (12 inch mix, dub, inst)/Brooklyn (radio, dub, inst) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1993. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
12-inch, Vinyl record

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New MC LyteBad As I Wanna Be ... LP
Elektra, 1996. Used .... Out Of Stock
Tracks include "Keep On Keepin On", "Have U Ever", "Everyday", "Cold Rock A Party", "TRG (The Rap Game)", "One On One", "Zodiac", "Druglord Superstar", and "Two Seater". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the insert. Cover has a cutout notch.)
 
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BarshaWho's The Master (edit, bensi boom mix, inst)/Internal Affair (edit, inst) ... 12-inch
Virgin, 1990. Near Mint- (pic cover).... $3.99
Barsha was part of the Audio Two/MC Lyte family and with production by King of Chill these cuts have have that familiar First Priority sound. The vocals are similar to Chill Rob G's on "The Power." 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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New CommonOne-Nine-Nine-Nine (radio, street, Hi-Tekstrumental, acapella)/Like They Used To Say (radio, street, infinitstrumental) ... 12-inch
Rawkus, 1999. Near Mint- (pic cover).... $6.99
Two tracks from Common Sense. "Like They Used To Say" is produced by Dug Infinite, with a sample of the JB's "Pass the Peas" for the chorus, and Maseo of De La cutting in samples from over a dozen hip hop classics – from Ultramagnetic to EZ & Troup to MC Lyte to T-La Rock. "1.9.9.9." uses more mellow production by Hi-Tek, with vocals from Sadat X. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Positive KSkills Dat Pay Da Bills ... LP
Island, 1992. Near Mint- .... $14.99
The only LP from this First Priority family member who released a couple of nice tracks as singles on the label, especially his duets with MC Lyte. This major label album somehow managed to get lost, though it's one of our favorites from the early 90s, with stripped down funky beats and a tight flow and intelligent rhyme style that won't leave you scratching your head. 16 tracks in all, counting the shorter intros and interludes, including "Pass The Mic", "One 2 The Head", "How The F*ck Would You Know", "Carhoppers", "A Flower Grows In Brooklyn", "Nightshift", "I Got A Man", "Ain't No Crime" and "It's All Over". LP, Vinyl record album

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Yo-YoTotal Control ... LP
East West, 1996. Near Mint- .... $0.49
With guest spots by MC Lyte, Ice Cube, MC Breed and Teena Marie. Very G-Funk sounding production by Battlecat, U Neek and Warren G, plus a few others. 10 tracks in all, including "One For The Cuties", "Yo Yo Funk", "Bonnie & Clyde II", "Steady Risin'", "Same Ol Thang (Everyday)", "Tre' Ride", "Body Work", "How Can I Be Down", "Thank You Boo" and "Yo Yo's Night". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousBasement Flavor – The First Priority Music Family ... LP
First Priority, 1988. Near Mint- .... $6.99
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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New CommonOne-Nine-Nine-Nine (street, Infinitstrumental)/Like They Used To Say (street, Hi-Tekstrumental) (CD single) ... CD
Rawkus, 1999. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Two tracks from Common Sense. "Like They Used To Say" is produced by Dug Infinite, with a sample of the JB's "Pass the Peas" for the chorus, and Maseo of De La cutting in samples from over a dozen hip hop classics – from Ultramagnetic to EZ & Troup to MC Lyte to T-La Rock. "1.9.9.9." uses more mellow production by Hi-Tek, with vocals from Sadat X. CD
(Out of print.)

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New Kings Of SwingNod Your Head To This (voc, Audio Two rmx, inst, Norman Cook rmx)/Go Cocoa (voc, inst) ... 12-inch
Bum Rush/Virgin, 1990. Used (pic cover).... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Kings Of Swing were part of the First Priority family (Bum Rush was a sub label) and this one has a similar feel to the other First Priority projects from that time. Straight ahead sampled breakbeat loops produced by the King Of Chill (who did some of the early Audio Two and MC Lyte.) Plus a remix by Fat Boy Slim back when he was known as plain old Norman Cook. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
 
 
 



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