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The first posthumous 2pac release. 12 songs in all, including "Hold Ya Head", "Toss It Up", "Hail Mary", "Bomb First (My Second Reply)", "Blasphemy", "Krazy", "White Man'z World", & "To Live & Die In LA". LP, Vinyl record album
The Saucy Nomad drops sideways abstractions and in-your-face battle rhymes over beats that often remind us of the Beatnuts around the same time, hard but with a jazzy feel from the horn stabs and floating piano lines. One of the class of '94's finest moments, in many ways we think one of the best ... LP, Vinyl record album
Featuring "Jam On It" by Newcleus, "Clock On The Wall" by Double Vision, "Magic's Wand" by Whodini, "You're the One For Me" by D Train, "Electric Kingdom" by Twilight 22, "White Lines" by Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel, "Play That ... LP, Vinyl record album
The massive third album from Run DMC – made at the top of their game – an pivotal effort that brought them to peak popularity and helped break hip hop in a huge way in the pop culture landscape! Part of the album's strength is its guitar-heavy sound on some of the grooves – ... LP, Vinyl record album
It took far too long for Cappadonna's Pillage LP to drop – finally hitting the streets in the late 90s – and serving as one of the best Wu related efforts of the last couple years of the decade! The hazy, ominous and pulp cinema Wu sound is trotted out with continued relevance and ... LP, Vinyl record album
Guest spots by Professor X, Buckshot, Storm, Raekwon, & Ekk-A-Mouse. Includes "Won On Won", "Black Trump", "Bucktown USA", "The Cash", "Spanish Harlem", "Blown Away", "Myah Angelow", "Still Standing Strong" & ... LP, Vinyl record album
Beans, Priest and M. Saayid come with the heady, leftfield experimental rip. Some people don't call this rap, some people call it the future. . .Tracks include "Heatrays" with Aceyalone, "What Am I" with Pharoahe Monch, "Nude Paper", "Your World Is Flat", ... LP, Vinyl record album
A wonderful reunion of Pharoah Sanders and vocalist Leon Thomas – and a set that captures a lot of the same energy as the pair's previous record – Karma! Thomas' vocals are in wonderful form for the set – stretching out soulfully on the extended classic "Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-H ... LP, Vinyl record album
Twin organs back to back – and a heck of a hard-wailing set from Groove Holmes and Jimmy McGriff! The album cooks from the very first note – and features long tunes that open up with the same sort of solo-heavy approach that you'd get on Holmes' Prestige albums of the 60s – very ... LP, Vinyl record album