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Hip Hop — Vinyl

XOld school, true school, golden age, random rap, west coast, east coast, independent, southern, and midwestern hip hop -- as well as some commercial classics!



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✨✧ Arrested DevelopmentPeople Everyday (metamorphosis mix, LP, maroon mix, metamorphosis inst)/Children Play With Earth (LP) ... 12-inch
Chrysalis, 1990. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A bunch of mixes of Arrested Development's big single from '90 – with that sureshot Sly Stone groove. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a stickered sleeve, with light wear. Labels have a name in pen.)

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✨✧ Gang StarrHard To Earn ... LP
Chrysalis/ERG, 1994. Very Good 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Gang Starr at pretty close to peak level here on 1994's Hard To Earn – and rather than continue to ride the waves they made on the previous couple classic albums, Guru sharpens the lyrical tone just a bit – spitting some more incisive rhymes over apporpriately gritty soul jazz beats from Primo. Tracks include the classic "DWYCK" featuring Nice & Smooth – which is just about our favorite Gang Starr track ever, to be honest – plus "Speak Ya Clout" featuring Jeru and Lil Dap, "Mass Appeal", "Code Of The Streets", "Brainstorm", "Tonz O Gunz", "Suckas Need Bodyguards", "Blowin Up The Spot", "Mostly Tha Voice", "F.A.L.A.", "Now You're Mine", "Comin For Datazz", "Aiight Chill...", "The Planet", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has unglued seams, with small center splits in the spine and bottom seam, and is faded a bit along the top seam and spine.)

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