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CherrelleHigh Priority (Japanese pressing with bonus tracks) ... CD
Tabu (UK), 1985. Used .... $9.99
Sweet 80s grooves from Cherrelle – a set that really has the singer cooking strongly with the production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis – complete with all the heavy beats you might expect! Jam and Lewis borrow plenty of bottom sounds from the styles of hip hop and electro, and do a great job of mixing the rhythmic elements with Cherrelle's catchy vocals – all in a way that really blows away some of their more chart-topping productions, as the tunes have a bit more of an underground appeal! Make no mistake, this is definitely the poppier side of the soul spectrum – but there's also a freshness here that goes way past Janet Jackson – and which retains some of that smoother, more sophisticated sound we always love in the Tabu label. Titles include "You Look Good To Me", "High Priority", "Artificial Heart", "Saturday Love", "Oh No It's U Again", and "New Love". Bonus tracks include "Artificial Heart (dance rmx)", "Oh No It's U Again (ext version)", "Saturday Love (ext version)", and "You Look Good To Me (ext rmx)". CD
(Includes obi.)
Also available High Priority (with bonus tracks) ... CD 14.99

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CherrelleHigh Priority (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Tabu (UK), 1985. New Copy 2 CDs .... $14.99
Sweet 80s grooves from Cherrelle – a set that really has the singer cooking strongly with the production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis – complete with all the heavy beats you might expect! Jam and Lewis borrow plenty of bottom sounds from the styles of hip hop and electro, and do a great job of mixing the rhythmic elements with Cherrelle's catchy vocals – all in a way that really blows away some of their more chart-topping productions, as the tunes have a bit more of an underground appeal! Make no mistake, this is definitely the poppier side of the soul spectrum – but there's also a freshness here that goes way past Janet Jackson – and which retains some of that smoother, more sophisticated sound we always love in the Tabu label. Titles include "You Look Good To Me", "High Priority", "Artificial Heart", "Saturday Love", "Oh No It's U Again", and "New Love". 2CD version features a cool book-style cover, new notes, and 11 bonus tracks that include "Artificial Heart (dance rmx)", "Oh No It's U Again (ext version)", "Saturday Love (ext version)", "Saturday Love (feelin luv ext mix)", "Saturday Love (Steve Anderson rmx)", and "You Look Good To Me (ext rmx)". CD
Also available High Priority (Japanese pressing with bonus tracks) ... CD 9.99

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Pointer SistersPriority ... CD
RCA/Big Break (UK), 1979. New Copy .... $14.99
The Pointer Sisters show plenty of rockish influences here – drawing tunes from folks like Ian Hunter, Bruce Springsteen, Graham Parker, Jagger & Richards, and Robbie Robertson – and fusing their compositions with the trio's own soulful energy! Richard Perry produced, and the album's one of his ultimate efforts for the group – filled with plenty of guitar leads from Waddy Wachtel and Dan Dugmore, which fuzz things up nicely underneath the girls' vocals. Titles include their hit reading of "She's Got The Fever" – plus "Who Do You Love", "Turned Up To Late", "Don't Let A Thief Steal Into Your Heart", "The Shape I'm In", "Dreaming As One", and "All Your Love". CD
 
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Ice CubeWar & Peace – Vol 2 The Peace Disc ... CD
Priority/Lench Mob, 1999. Used .... $3.99
Includes "Hello", "Supreme Hustle", "24 Mo Hours", "Until We Rich", "You Can Do It", "Roll All Day", "Can You Bounce?", "Record Company Pimpin'", "Waitin' Ta Hate" and more. CD
(Tray card has a cutout notch.)

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KMCThree Men With The Power Of Ten ... CD
Priority, 1991. Used .... $2.99
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(Out of print.)
Also available Three Men With The Power Of Ten ... LP 4.99

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Ras KassRasassination ... CD
Priority, 1998. Used .... $8.99
Sure, Ras Kass is going for the commercial side of things with a few of the tracks here (like the songs with Dr. Dre, Mack 10 and Twista) but if you fast forward past those, you'll get an LP just about as nice as his first one. "Interview With A Vampire" is a continuation of the history lesson he started on "The Nature of the Threat", on "Waterproof MC" he rejoins Saafir (featuring some of the best rhymes, we've heard from Saafir in a long while), "Wild Pitch" featuring Xhibit, and "The End" with RZA. CD
(Small cutout notch through spine.)

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New Ras KassSoul On Ice ... CD
Priority, 1996. Used .... $24.99
The first LP, sort of a watershed mark of the intellectual/complicated rhyme style, if you will. In any case, way better than either of his subsequent LPs. Includes all of the early singles and classics, 13 tracks in all: including the 7.5-minute version of Ras Kass' take-no-prisoners version of the history of Christianity and Western civilization "Nature Of The Threat" & "On Earth As It Is. . .", "The Evil That Men Do", and "Soul On Ice". CD
(Out of print.)

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New Jay-ZReasonable Doubt ... CD
Priority/Roc-A-Fella, 1996. Used .... Just Sold Out!
Jay-Z's first, classic, LP. Even back then he had the Hot 90-whatever commercial hits like "Ain't No N***" with Foxy Brown. But there was also a good supply of straight hip hop cuts like "Dead Presidents", "D'Evils" and "Can I Live". Also includes the amazing "Brooklyn's Finest" with Notorious B.I.G., "Can't Knock The Hustle", and a bonus track: "Can I Live part II" CD

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New FunkadelicHardcore Jollies ... CD
Priority/Charly (UK), 1976. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the sweetest Funkadelic albums from the middle period, and a good batch of tracks that often gets overlooked in the haze of similar Pedro Bell covers! Don't miss this one, though – because it is a very strong album – key in the shift from more guitar-based funk to more groove-oriented rhythms – and a record that's got more than a few tasty numbers. Includes nice ones like "You Scared The Lovin Outta Me", "Comin Round The Mountain", and "If You Got Funk, You Got Style", plus a live version of "Cosmic Slop" that's totally great! CD

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New ParadiseLove Is The Answer (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Priority/Boogie Times (France), 1983. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A 80s groove treasure – one of the few albums cut by Paradise, a hip little combo who were plenty heavy on the keyboards! The style here is really great – very stripped down, but never too much so to ever be cold or electric – and instead always warm and soulful, thanks to great vocals from the group, and a slight undercurrent of jazz in the mix! Paradise come across with a quality that could have easily landed them at a bigger label – but the record's also got a better indie appeal too – a really fresh, unique quality that's miles from most hit soul of the time. Songs are all well written – and titles include "One Mind Two Hearts", "With You", "Just Can't Stop", "Satisfied", "Don't Give Up Now", "Love is The Answer", and "New World". CD also features 2 bonus tracks – "One Mind Two Hearts (extended)", and "Back Together". CD
(Out of print.)

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New WarBest Of War. . . And More Vol 2 ... CD
United Artists/Priority, 1970s/1980s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Out of print.)

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New Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used .... Out Of Stock
Eazy's first and best LP, from back when he was trying to kid everyone that he was still a teenager. As we all know, Eazy Duz It is a lot more of a companion piece to Straight Outta Compton than a standout solo album by Eazy E, with most the writing credits going to almost everyone involved with NWA EXCEPT Eazy. We all also know that that is a good thing, as the puckish MC was a much better mouthpiece than he was a great thinker. As an instrument of helium voiced anger and bile spewing, Eazy was pretty hard to top in those days (Eminem is Humpty Hump in comparison), and those tight, propulsive beats Dre and co. conjured up in the late 80s will keep our lowriders bouncing until the end of time. Truly a conceptual masterpiece, whether you're comfortable with that or not. Includes "Radio", "Eazy Duz It", "Boyz In The Hood", and "We Want Eazy". CD
(Original Priority/Ruthless version. Punch through barcode & booklet.)
 
 
 



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