Ice Cube —
Predator ... CD Priority/LenchMob, 1992. Used ...
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Cube's last truly great full length, from 1992, when he was leaving the gangsta stuff behind and had grown into an incredibly sharp social commentator and ghetto portrait painter. The rhymes, and even the liner note acknowledgements ("Ice Cube wishes to acknowledge white America's continued commitment to the silence and oppression of black men. . .") are wickedly incisive to this day. This could be his finest hour. Includes the singles "It Was A Good Day", "Check Yo Self" and "Wicked", "Gangsta's Fairytale 2", "Dirty Mack" and "Now I Gotta Wet'cha". Production by DJ Pooh, Muggs, Sir Jinx, and others. CD
A sharp, angry salvo from Ice Cube! Cube's early 90s solo style was firmly established at this point, so Lethal Injection doesn't have the acknowledged classic status of his previous couple albums, but he's still close to his prime that it's well worth your dollar! As you'd guess from the title, he's still pretty angry – the reasons for that permanent scowl he wore at the time are all over the place, as is the firm LenchMob production. Tracks include "Really Doe", "Ghetto Bird", "Bop Gun (One Nation)" featuring George Clinton, "What Can I Do?", "Make It Ruff, Make It Smooth" featuring K-Dee, "Down For Whatever", "Enemy", "When I Get To Heaven", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
The gritty soundtrack to early 90s hood drama classic – heavy with some of biggest and best names in hop of the era –including Too Short, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Too Short. Boogie Down Production, Brand Nubian, DJ Quik and more! 16 tracks on the CD version, including Too Short "Only The Strong Survive", Brand Nubian "Lick Dem M*thaph*ckas", Da LenchMob "Guerillas Ain't Gangstas", Cutthroats "Stop Lookin At Me", UGK "A Pocketful Of Stones", Pete Rock & Cl Smooth "Death Becomes You", Ant Banks "Packin A Gun", Mz. Kilo "All Over A Ho" and DJ Quik "Can't F*ck Wit A N*gga" and more – plus the bonus track "Trigga Gots No Neart" by Spice 1. CD