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Shaquille O'NealY'all Don't Really Want It (radio, uncensored, inst)/Do It Faster (radio, uncensored, inst) ... 12-inch
Trauma, 2001. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Featuring Black Rob, Thor-El, Trina, and Twista. 12-inch, Vinyl record
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Black By DemandCan't Get Enough (voc, inst)/All Rapper's Give Up (voc, inst, acapella) ... 12-inch
Tommy Boy, 1988. Sealed (pic cover)... $11.99
Nice late-80's mid-tempo production, similar to Stezo, and if you look closely enough, you'll see Paul C's name in the credits, though you can probably hear his touch on the console in the mix anyway. One of the many MC's who put out one or two dope 12"'s on Tommy Boy then, unfortunately, just disappeared. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout notch. Shrinkwrap has a Gift Of Music sticker.)

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Hi-FidelMadeira (voc, inst)/Vega 1 In Filtro (voc, inst, rmx) ... 12-inch
FS, 1999. Near Mint- ... $5.99
On "Midera", the best part is probably the instrumental. The MC uses an almost Guru style monotone, and we're not sure if he really pulls it off. The music uses a jazz piano line that sounds like something you'd hear played at night in an old black-and-white movie. The piano line is barely looped – it's mostly left to play on behind the beat. "Vega . . ." also uses a more abstract piano line, with a half-sung chorus that sounds almost like the half-sung chorus from "Fallin'" by De La Soul and Teenage Fan Club. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ CherrywineWhat I'm Talking (orig, inst)/Dazzlement (orig, inst) ... 12-inch
Dcide/Babygrande, 2003. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first single from Cherrywine, the project of Ishmael Butler (aka Butterfly) from Digable Planets! "What I'm Talking About" is a lot more about a great hook and a nice, stoned-sounding freestyle rhyme than the heavy title might lead you to believe. "Dazzlement" is a similar groover with a less imposing keyboard part, but a nicely thumping bass line that firmly stands out front. Both tracks have a pretty timeless moody synth groove, one that would have sounded as nice in any club trend of the last couple of decades, and as it probably will a couple decades from now! Cherrywine's nice Bright Black CD never made it to vinyl – but at least the first single found its way to wax! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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