DJ Skribble cuts up some of the hit's of '97 and some old school bits, along with some exclusive joints from Busta Rhymes, Rampage, Big Punisher, Wyclef & Pras, Layren Hill. 28 tracks in all, including KRS One "Step Into the World", Tracey Lee "the Theme", Mary J Blige "Love Is All We Need (rmx)", Lost boyz 'Get Up", ODB "Shimmy", Jay Z "Ain't No Nigga" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
One of the best debuts in the history of hip hop – and one of the most important albums the genre ever produced! Criminal Minded is landmark for a number of reasons. Among the biggest is, of course, that it was recorded with the late great DJ Scott La Rock – and he was soon to fall prey to the very street violence that BDP documented with such raw brilliance, courtesy the lyricism and delivery of KRS-One. Importance aside, though, Criminal Minded is simply a great, timeless record that no true fan of gritty classic hip hop should be without. The track list alone is a full chapter in the hip hop book of legends – with tunes like "Poetry", "Elementary", "South Bronx", "Super-Hoe", "Bridge is Over", and the "P is Free" remix. Also includes "Criminal Minded", "Dope Beat", and "9mm Goes Bang". LP, Vinyl record album
War Report ... LP Penalty/Traffic, 1997. New Copy (reissue)...
The first LP from before Nore went completely thugged out, before Capone was unavailable, before they had beef with Tragedy. Nice production throughout from Buckwild, Charlemagne, Marl Marl, EZ Elpee, Clark Kent and more. Tragedy-Khadafi appears on about half the tracks. Stand out tracks include "Illegal Life" featuring Mobb Deep, "T.O.N.Y.", "L.A., L.A.", "Halfway Thugs", "Capone Bone". 16 tracks plus interludes on doubly vinyl. LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Time Frame", "Hazardous Material", "Evolve", "Ready & Able", "Daily Routine", "Bother Me", "Lots Of Facts About Control", "Seventeen MCs", "Unexplained Phenomena", "Strategy" featuring AG & Edo G, "Another Cycle" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
The classic first solo album by Big L – with bedrock DITC production by Buckwild, Showbiz and Lord Finesse – perfectly framing the rhymes by Harlem's finest. Big L didn't leave a huge wealth of recordings before he was taking away from the world, but he started out strong, and this benchmark effort makes a pretty solid testament to his legacy. Alongside some of the period QB hip hop, this one is pretty close to the pinnacle of streetwise east coast 90s hip hop. 12 tracks in all: "Put It On", "MVP", "No Endz, No Skinz", "8 Iz Enuff", "All Black", "Danger Zone", "Street Struck", "Da Graveyard", "Lifestylez Ov Da Poor And Dangerous", "I Don't Understand It, "Fed Up Wit The Bullsh#t", and "Let 'Em Have It L". LP, Vinyl record album