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Furious Five Meets The Sugarhill GangShowdown (vocal, inst) ... 12-inch
Sugar Hill, 1981. Very Good+ ... $1.99
The "showdown...all the way live between the Sugarhill gang and the Furious Five". A nice early Furious Five cut that someone has sampled recently. And while were not the biggest Sugarhill Gang fans, they do alright on this cut with the Furious Five, who we suspect actually wrote the Sugarhill Gang's rhymes on this one. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Sugar Hill sleeve.)

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New Sugarhill GangRapper's Delight (long, short) ... 12-inch
Sugar Hill, 1979. Used ... Out Of Stock
12-inch, Vinyl record
(Red label pressing, in an orange Sugar Hill sleeve.)

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New Sugarhill GangBest Of The Sugarhill Gang ... CD
Sugar Hill/Rhino, Early 80s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Titles include the 1"Rapper's Delight", "Lover In You", "Apache", "Kick It Live From 9 to 5", "8th Wonder", and "Hot Hot Summer Day". CD
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VariousStreet Beat Vol 2 ... LP
Sugar Hill, 1984. Near Mint- 2LP ... $11.99
Original pressing on 2 LPs! Loads of classics: "The Message" and "Freedom" by Melle Mell & The Furious Five, "Let's Dance by West Street Mob, 'funk You Up" by the Sequence, "Rappers Delight", "8th Wonder" and "Apache" by Sugarhill Gang, "On The Radio" by Crash Crew, "Hey Fellas" by Trouble Funk, "Feel The Heartbeat" by Treacherous Three, "Disco Dream" by The Dream Machine and "Showdown" by the Furious 5 meets the Sugarhill Gang. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner & some wear.)

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New VariousDisco Reggae (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Stix (France), 2013. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A great vintage-styled record – but one that features a host of contemporary artists, all working in the best spirit of 70s funky reggae! The set features tunes by Herbie Hancock, The Commodores, The Sugarhill Gang, and others – but all served up as dubby numbers with lots of funky elements – in the same style as the recent run of excellent 45s from the Stix Records label. A few of these cuts originally appeared as those singles, and they're mixed here with other tracks showing up for the first time ever – a great run of grooves that includes "Chameleon (Taggy Matcher disco mix)", "Money (7 Samurai disco 12" version)", "Music (The Dynamics disco 7" version)", "Brick House (Taggy Matcher disco mix)", "Suit & Tie (John Milk reggae version)", "Everybody's Talkin (Blundetto & Granmagneto orig 7" version)", "Rapper's Delight (Taggy Matcher dub)", and "Saturday Night Fever (Grandmagneto orig 7" version)". LP, Vinyl record album
(Great vinyl edition – super-heavy cover and vinyl!)
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Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious FivePiano ... LP
New Day, 1989. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A late 80s LP from the Furious Five, sans Grandmaster Flash, but not as bad as you might expect. Sylvia Robinson handles the production, and though this isn't quite as great as their earlier Sugarhill material, it's more respectable than some of the other later efforts Melle Mel and crew got involved with. 10 tracks in all, including "White Lines 89 part II", "Gangster Movies", "Getto Life", "old School", "Piano", "Drug Wars", "Kick The Knowledge", "Free Style", "Revenge" and "See Ya!". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small scrape on front.)