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The old school classic, recorded around the same time as Tanya Gardner's "Heartbeat", for the same label, with that track as the basis to the whole groove. Very similar to the original, but with a rap track over the top. 12-inch, Vinyl record
Pic sleeve single that was the first taste any of us got of the Low End Theory LP. Great stuff built around the sample from AWB's "Love Your Life", plus the excellent "Skypager". And unlike the promo version, this one actually has all the tracks listed on the cover! 12-inch, Vinyl record
A completely unpretentious straight-ahead sound that in some ways mirrors the earlier Chicago soul tradition. In any case, here are three more dope cuts in that Chicago underground tradition. Production by Joint. "Exclusive" produced by Panic of the Molemen and scratches by Presyce. 12-inch, Vinyl record
The production on both of these uses that big beat Lynn drum style that the MC's on Profile (like Word of Mouth) were using at the time. If you can believe it, the mostly instrumental "Gordy's Groove" uses the theme from the old Andy Griffith/Mayberry tv show for one of the better mid-80' ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
The UMC's weren't hardcore by anyone's standards, but that doesn't mean they didn't put out some dope hip hop with humorous, positive lyrics and nice, smooth production. Sort of like the KMD material from around the same time, but without the 5%er/NIH/Ansaar lyrics. 12-inch, Vinyl record