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Orbert DavisPriority ... CD
3 Sixteen Records, 2001. Used ... $6.99
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Boot Camp ClikFor The People ... CD
Priority, 1997. Used ... $0.99
Buckshot Shorty w/the Cocoa Brovaz, Heltah Skeltah & the Originoo Gun Clappaz. 14 tracks in all, including "Night Riders", "Headz Are Redee, Pt. II", "Ohkeedoke", "Go For Yours" & "Likkle Youth Man Dem". CD
(Out of print.)

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Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... $2.99
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", and the full 5150 Home 4 Tha Sick EP as bonus cuts. Remastered for the first time since the original release. CD

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New Ice CubePredator ... CD
Priority/Lench Mob, 1992. Used ... $4.99
Cube's last truly great full length, from 1992, when he was leaving the gangsta stuff behind and had grown into an incredibly sharp social commentator and ghetto portrait painter. The rhymes, and even the liner note acknowledgements ("Ice Cube wishes to acknowledge white America's continued commitment to the silence and oppression of black men. . .") are wickedly incisive to this day. This could be his finest hour. Includes the singles "It Was A Good Day", "Check Yo Self" and "Wicked", "Gangsta's Fairytale 2", "Dirty Mack" and "Now I Gotta Wet'cha". Production by DJ Pooh, Muggs, Sir Jinx, and others. CD
(Out of print.)

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Nice & SmoothNice & Smooth ... CD
Priority, 1989. Used ... $6.99
Classic east coast duo hip hop from Greg Nice & Smooth Bee – one of the last great things to come out on the Fresh label! The self-titled Nice & Smooth album has some good-natured jams, some straight-faced, semi serious stuff, and even the odd hip hop ballad (what ever happened to that genre?) – and they pull it all off with ease. With "Early To Rise", "More & More Hits", "We Are No. 1", "Nice & Smooth" and "Funky For You","Dope On A Rope", "Sum Pimped Out", "Gold", "Hit Me", Ooh Child" and "Skill Trade." 15 tracks in all. CD

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New VariousDuck Down Presents ... CD
Priority, 1999. Used ... $3.99
15 tracks: Black Moon "Jump Up", Cocoa Brovaz "Holocaust", Yheltah Skeltah & Saukrates "Ultimate MC", OGC & Doc Holiday "Real N**** S***", Tha Representativz "Meditation", Buckshot & Rock "Eye Of The Scorpio", MS & Hairy Balls "BQE", Rustee Jux & Sean Price "Live The Life", Illa Noyz "Sleepers", Eeka Mouse & Steele "Wanted", Jah Dan 'Raiders Of The Lost Arc", Black Moon "Worldwind (rmx)", BTJ's "Playin 4 Keeps", Heltah Skeltah, Lord Digga, Cocoa Brovaz & Smack Man "Duck Down" and BDI Thug, Steele & Swan "You Can't F*** With Us". CD
(Out of print. CD case has a small cutout hole.)

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New Black MoonWar Zone ... CD
Priority, 1999. Used ... Just Sold Out!
The Boot Camp MC's return to the Black Moon name and make a triumphant return with the dopeness of their early days with production from the Beatminerz and PG Sole. With some nice guest vocals from Q-Tip, Heather B, MOP, and Busta Rhymes. Tracks include "Two Turntables and a Mic", "Showdown", "Freestyle", "Come Get Some", "Evil Dee Is On The Mix" and "Throw Your Hands In The Air". CD
(Tray card has a cutout notch.)

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New Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It (clean) ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily 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", and the full 5150 Home 4 Tha Sick EP as bonus cuts. Remastered for the first time since the original release. CD
(Clean version.)
Also available Eazy-Duz-It (with bonus tracks) ... CD 2.99

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New WC & The Madd CircleAin't A Damn Thang Changed ... CD
Priority/Universal (Japan), 1991. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first of a couple underrated albums from WC & The Madd Circle – a couple years before group founder WC jumped ship to join Ice Cube in Westside Connection, and fellow Madd Circle rhymer Coolio made a bigger name for himself as solo rapper. Ain't A Damn Thang Changed still sounds great, thanks to funk sample production and versatile rhymes, and the titles include "Ain't A Damn Thing Changed", "The Break Up", "A Crazy Break", "Back On The Scene", "Get Up On That Funk", "Smokers La La Bye", "Grandma Locked Out", "Back TO The Underground", "Out On A Furlough", "You Don't Work, You Don't Eat", "F*** My Daddy", "Caught N A Fad" and more. 17 tracks in all. CD

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New Barry WhiteMessage Is Love ... CD
Priority, 1979. Used ... Out Of Stock
Barry White was always the victim of his own success – in that he cut so many excellent records early on, that folks always over look the great stuff he did in later years. This 1979 album is a perfect example of Barry's greatness in this respect – as it's still totally on the money, with strong songwriting, and a silky smooth modern sound that perfectly showcases Barry's vocals, which are sung more strongly than ever. The record's a nice one – and it includes the spacey steppers cut "You're The One I Need", which has a mellow loping groove, and a good midtempo dancefloor groove. Other tracks include "I Found Love", "It Ain't Love, Babe", and "Love Ain't Easy". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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