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Exact matches: 2
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Snoop DoggNo Limit Top Dogg ... CD
Priority/No Limit, 1999. Used ... $3.99
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VariousStreet Jams – Hip Hop From The Top Part 2 ... CD
Rhino, Early 80s. Used ... $5.99
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(Out of print.)
 
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Kid RockDevil Without A Cause ... CD
Atlantic/Lava/Top Dog, 1998. Used ... $1.99
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Kid RockHistory Of Rock ... CD
Atlantic/Lava/Top Dog, 2000. Used ... $1.99
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(Promotional stamp on booklet cover.)
 
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BeatnutsTake It Or Squeeze It ... CD
Loud, 2001. Used ... $2.99
The Beatnuts didn't have a whole heckuva of a lot in the way of lyrical ideas by '01, but this underrated LP for Loud is well worth the purchase price anyway, thanks to the 'nut's continued mastery of beats and samples. They virtually ignore perfunctory trends and stay firmly rooted in the blueprint. Meth's rhymes on "Se Acabo" remix are top notch, and Greg Nice is true to form on "Yo Yo Yo". Includes "No Escaping This", "It's The Nuts", "Prendelo (Light It Up)", "Hood Thang", "Contact", "If It Ain't Gangsta", "Hammer Time", and more. CD
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CommonNobody's Smiling ... CD
Universal, 2014. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Common's strongest record in years – working once again with producer No ID – and they're repping their hometown of Chicago as profoundly and soulfully as ever! Everything is on point here. Common rhymes with a direct, truthful knowledge of everyday struggles – yeah, he's been a star for years, with a respectable acting career on top, but he damn sure hasn't forgotten where he's from – and there's no greater demonstration of that truth than his continuing later career reunion with No ID. We definitely dug their preceding Dreamer/Believer record, but this one hits even deeper. It shows progressive, future-ready beatcraft on one hand, and dusty soul samples and gospel choruses on the other. Both modes are solid. Tracks include "The Neighborhood", "No Fear", "Diamonds", "Hustle Harder", "Real", "Kingdom", "Blak Majik", "Nobody's Smiling", "Rewind That" and more. CD
 
 
 



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