Delicious Vinyl gone G Funk! MastaAce's second solo helmed album may not be the most topically innovative thing you'll find on the lyrical side, but the low ridin' gangsta thing rarely ever sounded sweeter than it does on these sides! A very worthy release that gets lost in the shuffle of high profile 90s hip hop classics. With "The INC Ride", 'Eastbound", "Sittin' On Chrome", "People In My Hood", 'Ain't No Game", "Born To Roll" and "The Phat Kat Ride". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original "chrome" vinyl pressing with WALLY etching in runout. Cover has a very light crease on one corner.)
SlaughtaHouse ... LP Delicious Vinyl, 1993. Used 2LP ...
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The second proper MastaAce album – dope stuff from the glorious early 90s that lives up to his work with the legendary Juice Crew and his classic debut! At this point MastaAce into deep into his fairly new approach of creating excellent full length listening experiences – with tracks that show wisened MC who can rhyme about what's wrong with hip hop and the culture in a broader sense – but still done with a sharp sense of humor and excellent period beats. The tracks are just about as nice as the previous Take A Look Around LP on Cold Chillin, with a few hilarious tracks mocking the "hardcore" MC's, including "Jeep A** N*gguh)", "Slaughtahouse", "Late Model Sedan", "Style Wars" and "Saturday Nite Live". Other titles include "Jack B Nimble", "Who You Jackin'" and "Crazy Drunkin' Style". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has light wear and a promo stamp.)