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One or two small marks that would make an otherwise near perfect record slightly less so.
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Possible minor surface noise when played.
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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
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
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
Chris Lighty brings us another compilation of hot club tracks, featuring production by The Neptunes, Swizz Beats, and Scott Storch amongst others. 17 tracks in all, including "What It Is" with Busta Rhymes, "Grimey" with NORE, "Sexual Chocolate" with Cee-Lo, and " ... LP, Vinyl record album
The debut release from Cuica – a group that features Simon Serrietella, aka Big Bang! Cuica take their name from a Brazilian percussion instrument that has a very unusual sound – and while this record has very little to do with Brazilian music, it does have a highly percussive sound ... LP, Vinyl record album
Badbadnotgood have always been pretty damn great, actually – and never better than on album IV – a remarkable step forward for the group! As ever, they take inspiration from some of the best prog, jazz, funk (and proggy jazz funk...they blend) of the 70s and beyond, but weave it into ... LP, Vinyl record album
A heavily jamming set from John Arnold – a set that's overflowing with Detroit influences old and new, and which features a range of guest stars that include Ty, Paul Randolph, and Tribe Records legend Wendell Harrison! Arnold's groove is strongly straightforward on the record – broken ... LP, Vinyl record album