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Nocturnal

LP (Item 32064) Priority, 1996 — Condition: Used
2LP
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The classic debut of Heltah Skeltah! Nocturnal the best of the early Heltah Skeltah singles – really kind of up therel up there with the best the Boot Camp Clik has to offer. A geniune 90s classic – one that manages to standout strongly still, and given that the period was pretty rich with all time classic hip hop, that's saying something! With "Lefleur Leflah Eshkoshkha" featuring OGC, "Operation Lockdown", "Clans Posses Crews & Cliques", "Letha Brains Blo", "Therapy", "Undastand", "Gettin Gettin", ""Who Dat?", "Crate Unknown", "Soldiers Gone Psycho" and more. (NOTE – In a mismatched stickered sleeve for the Blah 12".)  © 1996-2016, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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