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Sugar DaddyAnother One Bites The Dust (rap, inst) (One Way) ... 12-inch 12-Inch
BC, 1980. Very Good ... $4.99
Old school cut, with a direct rip of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust". Music's by Common Sense, who also cut a version of the Police's "Voices Inside My Head". 12-inch, Vinyl record
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New AWOLEmcees Come & Emcees Go (voc, inst) ... 12-inch 12-Inch
One Way, 1994. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
12-inch, Vinyl record
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Beastie BoysIn Sound From Way Out! ... CD CD format
Grand Royal/Capitol, 1996. Used ... $1.99
Nice one! Even at their weakest vocal moments, we've always dug the Beastie Boys' firm committment to funky instrumental backing. Their albums are filled with lots of nice interludes, instrumentals, and backing grooves that always seem to get buried amidst all of the tracks with vocals. Now, this excellent collection brings together some of their best tracks in this genre, for an album that's got the sound of a lost jazz organ session, with lots of weird twists and turns thrown in. The set's a cool bit of instrumental funk with a very classic production feel, and a modern committment to the funky break. Every track's a winner, and titles include "Groove Holmes", "Sabrosa", "In 3's", "Bobo On the Corner", and "Shambala". CD

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Black SheepWolf In Sheep's Clothing ... CD CD format
Mercury, 1991. Used ... $3.99
A Native Tongues classic from 1991 – one that sounded great way back when, and has held up beautifully over the years – and rightly considered amongst the greatest hip hop albums ever! Wolf In Sheep's Clothing is playful rap at it's best, with funky and and funny cuts galore – but the title is apt, as the wit is pretty sharply barbed – especially when they're skewering hardcore and gangsta cliches. It's as brilliant as ever. Includes the massive "Flavor Of The Month", "Similak Child", "Pass The 40", "To Whom It May Concern", "Butt In The Meantime", "Strobelite Honey", "Are You Mad?", "Blunted", "For Doz That Slept" and more. CD
(Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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Danny BrownOld ... CD CD format
Fool's Gold, 2013. New Copy ... $7.99 14.98
Danny Brown steps up his game on Old – delivering on all the promise of his much-hailed previous Fool's Gold LP – and actually topping it! Danny's XXX was a mix of next-level smarts and production, balanced with knowlingly gutter dwelling rhymes – but this one is knowingly more "mature" on the vocal tip, to a degree – but don't worry, it's still Danny Brown! Once again, the production is brilliant – but with better pacing throughout, making this one of the stronger hip hop full lengths of '13. Includes production by Paul White, Rustie, SKYWLKR, A-Trak and others. Includes "(Old)", "The Return" with Freddie Gibbs, "Wonderbread", "Gremlins", "Torture", "Lonely", "Clean Up", "Red 2 Go", "Dubstep" feat Scrufizzer, "Dip", "Kush Coma" with A$ap Rocky & Zelooperz, "Smokin & Drinkin", "Break It (Go)", "Way Up Here" feat Ab-Soul, "Float On" feat Charli XCX and more. CD

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CherrywineWhat I'm Talking (orig, inst)/Dazzlement (orig, inst) ... 12-inch 12-Inch
Dcide/Babygrande, 2003. Near Mint- ... $4.99
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
(In a stickered sleeve, including a one-sheet.)

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Cypress HillCypress Hill ... LP LP format
Columbia, 1991. Very Good- ... $14.99
Cypress Hill's debut masterpiece – one of the biggest and best first albums in 90s hip hop! There's little we can add to the canon when it comes to describing this album's impact, but it's still pretty revelatory. Like other west coast rap heavies of the time, Cypress Hill documents real world street violence with a darkly comic sensibility, redefined usage of the word "blunt" forever more, and simply delivered one of the most influential rap (or rock. . .considering the astonishing crossover success) albums of the decade. "How I Could Just Kill A Man", "Hand On The Pump", "Hole In The Head", "Real Estate", "Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk", "Phunky Feel One", "Pigs", "Latin Lingo", "Something For The Blunted", "Psychobeatbuckdown" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a cutout hole, waviness from moisture, creased corners, and a peeled patch on back.)

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DITCD.I.T.C. – Worldwide (Clean edited promo) ... LP LP format
Tommy Boy, 2000. Near Mint- 2LP ... $9.99
Pretty much the same LP that came out as "The Official Version" on Fat Beats, with a few extra tracks and some slightly different mixes on a couple of numbers. Beats by Primo, Buckwild, Rockwilder and Lord Finesse, with vocals by Finesse, OC, Show & AG, Fat Joe and some of the last (& best)verses dropped by Big L, before he passed. 15 cuts: "Thick", "Get Yours", "Where Ya At?", " Way of Life", "Day One", "Hey Luv", "Foundation", "Champagne Thoughts", "Ebonics [Premo Mix]", "Drop It Heavy", "Da Enemy", "Stand Strong", "Weekend Nights", "Thick [Rockwilder Mix]", & "Tribute". LP, Vinyl record album
(Edited promo in a stickered sleeve.)

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Jazzy Jay & OthersCold Chillin' In The Studio Live ... LP LP format
Strong City/Traffic, 1989. Near Mint- 2LP (reissue)... $6.99
An incredible compilation of late 80s rap put together by the one-and-only Jazzy Jay – filled with hard-to-find tracks, some of which were issued as 12"s on the Strong City label! Dope middle school beats from Tony D, Diamond D (his debut?), DJ Shabazz, Congo Square Productions, and others keep this set nice all the way through! A dozen tracks in all, including "Do What You Gotta Do" by Jazzy Jay, "Condition Red" and "Yo Stupid" by Nu-Sounds, "I'm Not Playing" by Ultimate Force (worth the price alone), "Back To The Lab" by Tony D, "Keep Hushin" by Ice Cream Tee, "Grand Wizard Theodore" by Grandwizard & The Freaks, "So Def Am I" by D Ice, "I'm The King" by Raheem, "Def Is The Status" by MobVersa, "The Joke Is Over" by Outlaw Gangster and "You Gotta Believe" by Def Duo. LP, Vinyl record album

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Joey D Vieira/David CriggerDrum Drops Vol 4 – The Light Rock Album ... LP LP format
Drum Drops, 1978. Very Good+ ... $7.99
4th volume in this set of production tools, featuring drums solo-ed up, all the way through, with tight rhythms for you to work with. This one's called the "Light Rock" set, so it has some more mellow and slower bits, and while the really downtempo tracks don't have much character, there are more than a few funky moments, and some great fills throughout. Like the other volumes, this set has a spoken intro at the very beginning. 10 beats in all, from "Latin Ballad" and "Medium Light Rock" to "Funk Ballad", "Laid Back Blues", ""Half Time Shuffle" and "Uptempo Light Rock". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and a bit of marker on back.)

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New Jonzun CrewDown To Earth ... LP LP format
Tommy Boy, 1984. Very Good+ ... $2.99
One of those records that record store clerks are always wondering if they belong under soul or hip hop? Guess if we had an electro section, that'd be a no brainer. No rapping on this mid 80s album from the Jonzun Crew, just super synth heavy 80s pop soul, guaranteed to satisfy your Yamaha DX-7 jones. Titles include "We're Going All The Way", "Lovin", "Mechanism", "The Wizard Of Space", and "Time Is Running Out". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a factory sticker in one corner.)