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Kool G Rap & DJ PoloBest Of Cold Chillin' ... LP
Cold Chillin/Landspeed, Late 80s/Early 90s. Near Mint- 3LP ... $16.99
Tracks include "It's A Demo", "I'm Fly", "Riker's Island", "Poison", "Road To The Riches", "Rhyme Time", "Talk Like Sex", "Truly Yours", "Butcher Shop", "Bad To The Bone", "Money In The Bank", "Erase Racism", "Wanted Dead Or Alive", "Streets Of New York", and more. 19 tracks in all! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Kool G Rap & DJ PoloRoad To The Riches ... LP
Cold Chillin, 1989. Very Good+ ... $29.99
A QB landmark. Kool G Rap's finest from the Cold Chillin glory days, with production by Marley Marl at the peak of his early career. With the hits "It's A Demo", "Truly Yours", "Poison", and "Rhymes I Express". Also includes Road To The Riches", "Cold Cuts", "Trilogy Of Terror", "Men At Work", "Cars" and "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover & label have a name in marker.)

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Lover Kool Dee & DJ FreezeCrew (Is In The House) (voc, inst, long version, inst) ... 12-inch
Next Plateau, 1988. Very Good+ ... $2.99
An obscure Next Plateau release, the only one for the label by this duo, with a big beat production sound and that late 80s shouting over the beat type rhymes. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(White label promo.)

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✨✧ Kool G Rap & DJ PoloBad To The Bone (street rmx, radio rmx, dub) ... 12-inch
Cold Chillin, 1990. Used (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
It doesn't get much better than this for the early 90s, the man with the crisp lisp holding down the mic as only he can over a jazzy, bouncing Large Professor beat. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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✨✧ Kool G Rap & DJ PoloLive & Let Die ... LP
Cold Chillin, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The east coast crime life epic from Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – hard hitting headnodding production from Sir Jinx, Kool G Rap & Trakmasterz – and riveting, violent wordplay from Kool G Rap! Live And Let Die isn't as well remembered as a handful of the other violent storytelling classics of the era – but this thing sounds pretty tight all these years later, and it's a clear precursor to some legendary material to come! Includes "#1 With A Bullet", "Go For Your Guns", "Nuff Said", "Edge of Sanity", "Home Sweet Home", and "Two To The Head", featuring Ice Cube, Scarface, & Bushwick Bill, and the classic "On the Run". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear, mostly along the edges.)

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✨✧ Kool G Rap & DJ PoloWanted Dead Or Alive ... LP
Cold Chillin, 1990. Used ... Out Of Stock
The middle of 3 LPs before Kool G Rap and DJ Polo split up, and the last before G Rap decided to dive fully into the east coast gangsta persona. Production by Large Professor, Eric B, Biz Markie and G Rap keep the beats fresh, while the MC with the crisp lisp delivers the lyrical goods on classics like "Talk Like Sex", "Erase Racism", "Streets Of New York" and "Money In The Bank". Also includes "Bad To The Bone", "Play It Kool", "Death Wish and "Jive Talk", 12 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)
 
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✨✧ Ed PiskorHip Hop Family Tree Monthly #1 ... Book
Fantagraphics, 2015. New Copy ... $2.99 3.99
The comic series that tells the tale of the early days of hip hop – but presents the story in the style of a Marvel Comics tabloid from the 70s! Ed Piskor's approach to the material is really unique – and he extrapolates historical details into an extended narrative of the scenes with colorful comic-style images. The monthly series anthologizes the stories in a way that's even truer to Piskor's comic book influences than the graphic novel collections. Amazing! Issue #1 features the adventures of DJ Kool Herc, with appearances by Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaataa and more! Book

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✨✧ VariousShake-A-Leg ... CD
Perfect Toy (Germany), 1970s/2000s. New Copy ... $9.99
A funky & far reaching compilation on Perfect Toy! Shake-A-Leg features Afro Beat, jazz funk, funky hip hop and raw soul – compiled by Tobias Kirmayer and Jerker Kluge – highlighting the kinds of grooves they spin at their monthly club nights in Munich! It has a timeless feel, thanks in no small part to the duos penchant for selecting numbers that stretch as far back to the 70s roots, as well as some of best tracks from the diverse contemporary funk underground. Includes hip hop funk from Othello & DJ Vajra and Breakestra feat Chali 2na, Soup, Double K & Mixmaster Wolf, classic jazz funk era heroes Grant Green, Joe Thomas and Eddie Jefferson, modern Afro Funk from Ikebe Shakedown, Latin Beat from Cesar's Salad and much more! Titles include "Family Rap" by Breakestra, Chali 2na & others, Grant Green's cover of Kool & The Gang's "Let The Music Take Your Mind", "You Can Bet Your Swet Bippy" by The Joe Thomas Group, ""Outlines Part 3" by Ernst Arno, "Hard Steppin" by Ikebe Shakedown, "Yenyere" by Cesar's Salad" and more. CD version also includes The Boogoo's nice cover of the Art Ensemble Of Chicago classic "Theme De Yo Yo". CD

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VariousSources – The DJ International Records Anthology – Compiled By Bill Brewster ... CD
Harmless (UK), Late 80s/Early 90s. New Copy 3CD ... $22.99
A set that's very near and dear to our hearts – given that the DJ International label was a huge force here on the Chicago scene during the 80s! The label was second only to Trax Records as a proving ground for so many new ideas in house music – a crucial indie who helped give many artists their start, and managed to get their music to much wider audiences around the globe! While Trax might have been first by a few beats, DJ international stepped forward with a much more professional approach – really focusing on some key stars in the growing house scene, and even working in album formats as well as the sort of singles that seemed to crop up every week during the 80s. This 3CD package is very well done – selected and annotated by dancefloor scholar Bill Brewster – with 35 cuts that include "Move" by Farm Boy, "Like This" by Chip E, "Shadows Of Your Love (original fierce club)" by JM Silk, "The It (Hardy club mix)" by Donnie, "Turn Up The Bass" by Tyree with Kool Rock Steady, "Check Out The Hook (dangerous DJ club)" by 2 Young Brothers, "Communicate (AT&T club)" by Full House, "Let's Go Don't U Want Some More" by Fast Eddie, "Don't Wanna Go (Mike Dunn voc club)" by Sterling Void, "Work On Me (99th Street piano club)" by Frankie Hollywood Rodriguez, "Acid Thunder (fast thunder club)" by Fast Eddie, "Freedom (Factory club)" by the Children, "House Music Is My Life (deep house club rmx)" by Tyree, "The Promised Land" by Joe Smooth, "It's U" by Farley Jackmaster Funk & Ricky Dillard, "Choice Of A New Generation (deep underground club)" by Rocky Jones, and "Only The Strong Survive" by Frankie Knuckles. CD

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✨✧ VariousBeats & Rhymes – Hip-Hop Of The 90s Part 1 ... CD
Rhino, Early 90s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Tracks include "Rock Dis Funky Joint" by Poor Righteous Teachers, "Music Man" by Master Ace, "Bonita Applebum" by A Tribe Called Quest, "It's Funky Enough" by the DOC, "Erase Racism" by Kool G Rap & DJ Solo, and 10 more early 90s classics! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ L'Orange & Kool KeithTime? Astonishing! (with bonus track) ... LP
Mello Music Group, 2015. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rising talent L'Orange, an increasingly impressive producer who clearly has a love for the sci fi sample stoked hip hop of the 90s, scores a hella appropriate lead MC in Kool Keith – and sure enough, it's the best KK project we've spun quite a few years! L'Orange wisely pays homage to style of classic 75 Ark and early Stones Throw hip hop without copying anyone, and Keith is in fine form – with a flow that's more measured than manic. Guests include J-Live, Mr. Lif, Blu and others. Includes "Time? Astonishing!", "The Traveler" feat J-Live, "The Green Ray", "Twentty Fifty Three", "The Wanderer", "This New World" feat Blu, Montage One & DJ Trackstar, "Dr. BiPolar", "Upwards. To Space!", "Days I Used To Know" and more. Also includes the bonus track "Sometimes I Feel". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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