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First Of A Living Breed

CD (Item 626806) Stones Throw, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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The dizzyingly creative rhymer Homeboy Sandman's first full length for Stones Throw – an MC who makes no bones about his against the grain stylistic approach – and it's one of the rare hip hop albums of the past couple of years to benefit from sprawling list of producer credits! Homeboy Sandman's indefatigable vocal presence is his selling point, and he's served well by a diverse backdrop of beats – and he thrives in all them! Beats by Jonwayne, Oddisee, J57, Reality, RNTC, Oh No, 6th Sense and others. Includes "Rain", "Watchu' Want From Me?", "Sputnik", "Illuminati", "For The Kids", "Cedar & Sedgwick", "Mine All Mine", "Not Really", "Th Ancient","First Of A Living Breed", "Let's Get 'Em" and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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