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New OnyxBacdafucup ... LP
Rush, 1993. Very Good+ ... $24.99
The gritty and heavy debut of Onyx – mostly produced by the mighty Jam Master Jay – and whether you dig the style or not, it's one of the most distinctive group rap records of the early 90s! Back in the day, "Slam" got overplayed on cable TV rap video shows, to the point that you could be forgiven the think they were a one trick pony, but nowadays this is a fun record to revisit. A loud, brash, grimy good time, if you ask us! Includes "Bacdafucup", "Bichasniguz", "Throw Ya Gunz", "Blac Vagina Finda", "Slam", "Shifftee" and more – 18 cuts in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original US pressing, including the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a cut corner, some wear, and a hype sticker.)

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New OnyxLast Dayz (LP, radio, inst, acapella)/All We Got Iz Us (Evil Streets) (LP, radio, inst, acapella) ... 12-inch
Def Jam, 1995. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $14.99
Two from the "All We Got Iz Us" LP. The usual scowling Onyx MC style, but the production on Last Days has a more low-tempo, late-night sound than the usual Onyx material. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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New Wax PoeticsIssue #60 – Blondie/SZA/R Crumb/Onyx/Raekwon – Autumn 2014 ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2014. New Copy ... $10.99 11.98
Blondie at their hip hop best – standing strong in front of a graffitied wall, in an issue that also has big article on the group with lots of rare photos – plus features on Budos Band, Eddie Senay, Marsha Ambrosius, SZA, Onyx, Raekwon, and funky drummer Harvey Scales! There's also an interview with Robert Crumb on his legendary collection of 78s – complete with Crumb artwork and photos – and some other nice bits too! Magazine

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VariousGolden Groups Volume 28 – Best Of Onyx Records Vol 2 ... LP
Onyx/Relic, Late 50s. Near Mint- ... $7.99
The Golden Groups series returns to its roots with another look at the Onyx label – the company that first started out the series on vol 1! The Onyx imprint was small, but it recorded some excellent group soul – and this set features singles and alternates of work by The Pearls, Wanderers, Velours, Carvels, Marquis, Impressors, and Montereys! LP, Vinyl record album
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Coleman Hawkins/Nat Jaffe/Ben Webster/Don Byas52nd Street Vol 2 ... LP
Onyx, 1938/1944/1946. Very Good+ ... $3.99
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(Cover has a cutout notch, split top seam, some wear, and a bit of pen on back.)

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New Art TatumGod Is In The House ... LP
Onyx, 1940/1941. Near Mint- ... $3.99
Rare recordings – some solo, some with Chocolate Williams on bass and vocals, some with Frank Newton on trumpet, and some with Reuben Harris on whiskbrooms! LP, Vinyl record album
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VariousFunk Spectrum Vol 3 – Real Funk For Real People (Compiled by Pete Rock & Keb Darge) ... CD
BBE (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $15.99
BBE strikes again with another massive bit of funk! This time, they've got Pete Rock helping Keb Darge to choose the tracks – and the set's divided up so that the first half's all cuts picked by Pete, and the second's picked by Keb. These two funky selectas go head to head in a wonderful batch of rare tunes – and if you ask us, the listener's the real winner! Titles include "Trespasser (part 1)" by Bad Medicine, "Chains & Things" by BB King, "Soul Lover" by Mutt & Jeffo, "Break It Loose (part 2)" by Onyx, "You're Welcome Stop On By" by Vickie Anderson (Mommie O), "Big Bad John" by Big John Hamilton, "Prelude To Say Brother" by Stark Reality, "We Are The Chosen Few" by The Chosen Few, "Nothin But A Party (part 1)" by The Blenders, "Jones N" by The Soulistics, "Don't Give A Damn" by King Cain & Silvertone Band, "Twine Time" by Seeburg Spotlite Band, "Ca Ba Dab" by Soul Swingers, "Deal With It" by Jimmy Lane & The Incredibles, and "What They Doing (Funkie Junkie)" by Charles Pryor & Power Of Love. Loads of excellent cuts – and almost none of them have been reissued before! CD