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Exact matches: 4
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Midnight Star feat Ecstacy Of WhodiniDon't Rock The Boat (ext, Bass-A-Pella, Radio, Dub) ... 12-inch
Solar, 1988. Near Mint- ... $3.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Solar sleeve.)

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WhodiniBe Yourself (extended mix, smooth mix, extended no damn mix, rough mix, I'm ready mix, inst) ... 12-inch
Jive, 1987. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $3.99
Featuring Millie Jackson. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ WhodiniFunky Beat (voc, inst)/Whodini Mega Mix ... 12-inch
Jive/Artista, 1986. Very Good+ (pic cover)... $4.99
The a-side is middle period mediocre Whodini, but get this for the Mega Mix, which includes "Five Minutes Of Funk", "Friends", "Freaks Come Out At Night", "Nasty Lady", "Big Mouth", "Magic's Wand", and "Haunted House Of Rock". 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ WhodiniBig Mouth (beat box mix, album, acapella) ... 12-inch
Jive, 1984. Used (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Another radio hit from Whodini's glory days. 12-inch, Vinyl record
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Kool Chip Feat. Toni SmithJazz It Up (voc, dub) ... 12-inch
4th & Broadway, 1987. Very Good ... $1.99
Kool Chip sounds like he's trying to immitate early Whodini. With lots of sythesizer in the production and lots of singing from Toni Smith. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Labels are initialed in marker.)

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✨✧ NasIf I Ruled The World (main mix, inst, clean, acapella) ... 12-inch
Columbia, 1996. Very Good (pic cover)... Just Sold Out!
Using both Kurtis Blow's "If I Ruled The World" and Whodini's "Friends" may have been too obvious, but it's still the Nas style we knew and loved before he discovered Cristal. Lauryn Hill provides backing vocals. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Ed PiskorHip Hop Family Tree Monthly #11 ... Book
Fantagraphics, 2016. New Copy ... $0.99 3.99
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

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Willesden DodgersJive Scratch Trax ... LP
Jive, 1983. Very Good+ 2LP ... $4.99
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
(Cover has a cut corner and some stuck-on paper at the bottom.)

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✨✧ VariousFresh – Music Inspired By The Film ... LP
Loud, 1994. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
With the remix of Wu-Tang's "Can It Be All So Simple", Genius' "I Gotcha Back" and Raekwon & Ghostface Killah "Heaven & Hell". Also has lots of choice old school cuts (though some of them have been shortened from their full 6+ minute 12" versions): Cold Cut Brothers "Fresh, Fly, Wild & Bold", Fearless 4 "Rockin It", Funky 4 + 1 More "Do You Wanna Rock", Spoonie G "Spoonin Rap", Masterdon Committee "Funkbox Party", Fresh 3 MC's "Fresh", Whodini "The Freaks Come Out At Night" and T-Ski Valley "Catch The Beat". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ Ed PiskorHip Hop Family Tree Vols 3 & 4 (gift box with slipcover) ... Book
Fantagraphics, 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The fantastic third & fourth volumes of classic comics-enamored/classic rap-reared artist Ed Piskor's Hip Hop Family Tree series – which really gets better and better with each new book as it goes deeper into early hip hop history! Books 3 & 4 hone in on the years 1983-1985, a time when New York acts were breaking big nationally, local labels were shaking hands with majors, and hip hop itself suddenly reached far past the streets and clubs into the suburbs and subdivisions! Piskor's approach is great – comic-style in an oversized book that's like some old Marvel Giant-Size edition from the 70s – with newsprint pages in lurid color, telling the tale of Whodini, The Fat Boys, Slick Rick, Doug E Fresh, Rick Rubin, LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys,the rise of Def Jam Records, Dr. Dre laying the pre-NWA foundation, the Hollywood rapsploitation flicks Breakin', Beat Street and Krush Groove, and more heroes & heroines like Rakim, Salt-N-Pepa , Biz Markie and so many more giants who emerged during these years – with a graphic sensibility that even blows away the previous volumes. The 2 volumes are 110 pages and 112 pages, full color, and all the fresher in the oversized format – even better the 2 volume box set, in a beautiful, sturdy slipcover with dozens more classic players illustrated in a giant line-up on both sides! Book

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