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Similar to his hit "Death Be The Penalty", with the sound leaning in the Wu-Tang direction. Only this time Shabazz has found religion and peppers the rhymes lots of biblical references without being too righteous. ("...Now I get lifted off Exodus 6, 20, and 12.") ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
In the tradition of "Heartbeat", which was also cut in a straight vocal club and a hip hop version by the West End label, Frederick Linton does a rap version of Jocelyn Brown's classic "Somebody Else's Guy" for the Vinyl Dreams label, handling the song in a bouncy old school way ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads gets together with Bootsy Collins on this Arthur Russell produced track featuring little sound bits of good old Ronald Reagan dropped over the heavy Linn drum beat. ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
The second single from B-1. A little more hardcore than most Rawkus releases. "Cardinal Sins" has vocals and production from Kool G Rap. "Life We Lead" uses a nice sitar sample behind stream-of-conscious lyric that reminds us a little of "Broken Language". Both ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Trumpety genius from Herb Alpert – a cut that gave him one massive hit to close out the 70s, and a tune that crossed over big into clubs, radio, and plenty of shag-carpeted rec rooms too! And hey, it worked for Biggie, right? ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Sublime early work from Blaze! The track's a perfect example of how the team brought soul back to house music – working from New Jersey to craft a new groove that reached back to the classic NYC club scene and infused it with the tightness of 80s house. Vocals are by Chris Herbert, and all ... 12-inch, Vinyl record