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New AceyaloneAll Balls Don't Bounce ... CD
Project Blowed/Decon, 1995. Used ... $3.99
A dream come true for fans of the best mid 90s hip hop – a massive reissue of Aceyalone's lost classic All Balls Don't Bounce – completed by an hour long bonus disc of remixes and unreleased material! Freestyle Fellow Aceyalone's first solo album is filled with the kind of solid, mellow and jazzy sounds that we love so much about mid-period Tribe and the Jay Dee/De La Soul collaborations – full of those brassy beats, piano and vibes samples. But Aceyalone's mic mastery far outshines that of his peers in many cases – particularly on "Mic Check", one of the greatest and most unsung cuts of the era! Amazing stuff overall – and a thrill to FINALLY see on this long-overdue reissue! Tracks include "All Balls" (another classic single), "Anywhere You Go", "Deep And Wide", "Knowknots", "Arhythamatics", "The Greatest Show On Earth", "I Think", "Makeba", "B-Boy Kingdom" and more. CD
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New AceyaloneBook Of Human Language ... CD
Project Blowed, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
Aceyalone's collaboration with Mumbles, much less upbeat than his later work and even the Freestyle Fellowship albums, with space in the beats, providing a darker, jazzier atmosphere. It's a nice departure from the stuff he was doing previously and even afterwards – the Mumbles production gives the whole project a nice cohesive effect somewhat lacking on his other efforts. Tracks include "The Balance", "The Grandfather Clock", "The Reason", The Thief In The Night", "Human Language," and much more. 20 tracks in all! CD
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AceyaloneAccepted Eclectic ... LP
Ground Control, 2000. Very Good+ 2LP ... $7.99
Tracks include "Rappers Rappers Rappers", "Five Feet", "Alive", "Hardship", "I Never Knew", "I Got To Have It Too", "Accepted Eclectic", "Golden Mic", "B-Boy Real McCoy" featuring Abstract Rude, "Down Right Dirty", "Master Your High", "Microphones" featuring P.E.A.C.E., "Serve & Protect", "Bounce", "I Cant Complain", and "Project Blowed". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a center split on the top seam.)
 
 
 
 



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