Includes their classic "I'm Def (Jump Back & Kiss Myself)". 11 tracks in all. Also includes "Cash Money", "Rock You Again (Again & Again)", "Hooked On You" and "Remember Where You Came From". LP, Vinyl record album
(Still in the shrink, with hype sticker. Includes the printed inner sleeve.)
Escape ... LP Jive, 1984. Used ...
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The LP with their big hits. With the full versions of "Freaks Come Out at Night", "Friends", "Five Minutes of Funk". Also includes "Escape (I Need a Break)", "Big Mouth". With the keyboards and vocoder effects, it's hard to believe that this LP was produced by the same person, Larry Smith, who produced the first Run-DMC record. LP, Vinyl record album
Collection of 10 tracks from the days when DJ's were an essential part of any hip hop group. The concept here is that all the songs are either about the DJ or feature lots of DJ work. The bonus here is the version of "Eric B is President", a 6 minute mix that uses the vocals from the version on Zakia (not the vocals that appeared later on 4th & Broadway). Other tracks include "Code's Megamix" (a mix of early Schoolly D singles done by his DJ, Code Money), Run-DMC "Jam Master Jammin", Kurtis Blow "AJ Scratch", Cash Money & Marvelous "Ugly People Be Quiet", Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince "The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff", Grandmaster Flash "Larry's Dance Theme", Steady B & DJ Tat Money "Rockin Music", Whodini "Now That Whodini's Inside The Joint", Too Short "DJ Universal Mix" LP, Vinyl record album
The history of hip hop – as anthologized in one of the coolest comic series of the new millennium! Hip Hop Family Tree #11's cover hero is a fuzzy young Rick Rubin – not the latter day music industry Zen Master Rick Rubin we know today, but the hungry, young Beastie Boys producer era – and it also chronicles some early adventures of Doug E Fresh & MC Ricky D, The Fat Boys, the Graffiti Rock show, Whodini, a Hip Hop Family Tree pin-up portrait of Ol' Dirty Bastard and much more! Book
Early instrumental electro tracks produced by the Willesden Dodgers. A couple have a sound similar to some of the Whodini and Soul Sonic Force tracks from around that time.. (There isn't any scratching on the tracks – the "Scratch" in the title means the spare production makes the tracks suitable for scratching...) Twelve 5-6 minute tracks, in the 100-120 bpm range. LP, Vinyl record album