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Snoop Dogg's last and best album for No Limit – a turn of the millennium effort that stands a a lot stronger in retrospect, and certainly signaling the coming resurgence Snoop would carrying pretty strongly in the new decade. After Death Row hit hard times and Snoop found into the No Limit ... LP, Vinyl record album
15 tracks in all, including "Big Boy Off Da Chain" by Big Boy, "Big Booty Hoes" by Half Pint, "Get Retarded" by KJ, "Smurf Rock" by Gigolo Tony & ADE, "Bass Rock Express" and "Bass Mechanic" by ADE, "Pull It All The Way Down" ... LP, Vinyl record album
A stellar collection of some of Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five's best early cuts for Sugarhill, all with the legendary Doug Wimbish, Keith Le Blanc, Skip McDonald rhythm section! As ingrained into the consciousness as "The Message" is now and always will be, it's nice how fresh ... LP, Vinyl record album
The game changing Def Jam classic! Profane party anthems galore, and the Beasties would distance themselves from much of the attitude of this album, making their career arc from stoopid (as opposed to stupid) to thoughtful and playful innovators one of the more interesting artistic evolutions of ... LP, Vinyl record album
23 tracks total – with a freestyle and a remix of "Change The Game" by Jay-Z, "Who's Next" by DMX, "What The Beat" by Eminem, Method Man, and Royce The 5'9", "F**k A B***h" by Snoop Dogg and Kurupt, "Live From The Bridge" by Nas, "The ... LP, Vinyl record album
Features "1st Of Tha Month", "Crossroad (original mix)", "Thuggish Ruggish Bone", "Foe the Love of $"(featuring Eazy E), "Days Of Our Lives", "Notorious Thugs", "Breakdown", "BNK", "Shoot Em Up", "War ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes "Do You" with DMX, "The Wickedest" with Notorious BIG, "Ante Up Remix" with MOP and guests, "What Son What" with CNN, "Break Da Law 2001" with Three 6 Mafia, "Fine Line" with Saukrates, and more. LP, Vinyl record album
A monumental meeting of the majors – R Kelly and Jay Z, Jive and Def Jam, in a landmark record. Tracks include "Take You Home With Me aka Body", "Get This Money", "Best Of Both Worlds", "Naked", "It Ain't Personal", "Shake Ya Body" ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes "The Message" and "She's Fresh" by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, "Do You Want To Rock" by Funky Four, "Action" by Treacherous Three, "Rappers Reprise" by Sugar Hill Gang and Sequence, and "On The Radio" by Crash Crew. LP, Vinyl record album
The second great session from two of Verve's biggest jazz stars of the 60s – organist Jimmy Smith and guitarist Wes Montgomery – an unlikely pair, to be sure, but one who work great together on the set! The real change here is in Wes' playing – as it's shifted from the mellower ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the more open-ended sessions that Brother Jack cut for Atlantic – with less of the tight larger soul arrangements that the label usually saddled him with. (Not that we mind those, though!) David Newman plays a variety of saxes, and the group also includes a young Melvin Sparks on ... LP, Vinyl record album