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Orbert DavisPriority ... CD
3 Sixteen Records, 2001. Used ... $4.99
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Priority/Wu-Tang, 1999. Used ... $11.99
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(Out of print.)

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✨✧ NWAStraight Outta Compton ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Benchmark west coast gansta – and one of the hardest hitting albums of the era in any genre! We're not gonna lie, we played this record to death when it came out – and it still holds up better than most of the material put out by former NWA's, and most of the West Coast sound-alikes that popped up later. For better and for worse, the start of an era – with undeniable strength and a production style that'll never get old! Features "Straight Outta Compton", "Express Yourself", "Dopeman (rmx)", "I Ain't The One", the title track, "Gangsta Gangsta" and the only record ever condemned by the FBI, "F*ck Tha Police" and more. CD

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✨✧ FunkadelicOne Nation Under A Groove ... CD
Priority/Capitol, 1978. Used ... Out Of Stock
An instant classic the day it was released – and a perfect blending of the group's older freaked-out style with a slick late 70s funk sound that started showing up in the work of many other groups. "One Nation Under A Groove" is a monster cut with a hook that won't quit, and the LP version runs way over 7 minutes long. Other tracks are equally great, and the whole thing's woven together with the same sort of skill as some of the best Parliament albums from the mid 70s. Tracks include "Into You", "Grooveallegiance", and "Cholly". Plus, this CD reissue also includes the bonus cuts from the original 45rpm ep that came with the album – including "Maggot Brain (live)" and "Doodoo Chasers". CD

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✨✧ VariousIn Tha Beginning There Was Rap ... CD
Priority, 1997. Used ... Out Of Stock
With the emcees at the top of the rap game in the late 90s (at least in terms of sales. . .) remaking classic old(er) school joints: Wu tang "Sucker MC's", Bone Thugs & Harmony "F__k The Police", Puff Daddy "Big Ole Butt", Master P "6 'N Tha Mornin'", Snoop Dogg "Freaky Tales", Dogg Pound "Knick Knack Patty Wack", the Def Squad "Rapper's Delight", Cypress Hill "I'm Still #1", Too Short "I Need A Freak", Mack 10 "Dopeman", Coolio "Money (Dollar Bill Y'all)" and the Roots "The Show". CD
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