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Rhythms by Wild Apache, Steely & Clevie and Mafia & Fluxy. 10 tracks in all, including "Them No Worry We", "Ghetto Red Hot", "Them No Care", "Don't Test", "Don Dada", "Big & Ready", "Must Be Right", "Nuff Man A ... LP, Vinyl record album
The first LP from a group that would go on to become one of the most well known Jamaican artists, largely due to their crisply produced crossover sound that appealed to fans of modern soul. The sound here's a shade rootsier than the album's that would garner them wider appeal, with 8 numbers in ... LP, Vinyl record album
A late 80s compilation bringing together 6 tracks from their first release and 6 more tracks of unreleased material from the same period, with Phil Yap of Top Deck Records manning the board. "China Clipper", "Marcus Jr", "Dahil Sayo", "Determination", "S ... LP, Vinyl record album
This one plays more like a Roc posse LP than a Jay album, with Memph Bleek and the ever rugged Beanie Siegel prominently featured throughout the album. 16 tracks in all from the height of the "hot" sound, with the breakout Neptunes hit "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It To Me)", ... LP, Vinyl record album
The first mind-blowin' bombed out LP from the legendary PE! Public Enemy was still finding its voice on this debut effort, and if it's not quite the revolutionary experience to be found on the following couple of albums, it's still a fascinating effort and one of the best and most original hip ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sweet LP of the Furious Five backed by the classic Doug Wimbish, Keith Leblanc and Skip McDonald band that you know so well from other Sugar Hill recordings from the period. Includes the timeless "The Message", as well as "Scorpio", "It's Nasty", "She's ... LP, Vinyl record album