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Can I Borrow A Dollar?

CD (Item 591935) Relativity, 1992 — Condition: Used
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Common's full length debut – back when he was known as Common Sense. This one's a little more uptempo and overall less serious than "Resurrection", and a few cuts that are as good as anything on that LP – Common went on to a pretty diverse career, and this is the blueprint material for his most respected records. Production by Twilight Tone, Immenslope, and the Beatnuts. Includes "Penny For My Thoughts", "Soul by the Pound", "Take It Eazy", "Breaker 1/9", "Two Scoops of Raisins", "Tricks Up My Sleeve", Blows To The Temple" and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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