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Two tracks from T La Rock's first and best album. Mantronix uses his trademark production style to make Back To Burn sound like something off the first Mantronix LP, but, to our ears T La Rock is a much better MC than Mantronix's own MC Tee. 12-inch, Vinyl record
"Funky For You", from the height of Nice & Smooth's skills, has the same type of humor and product as "D.W.Y.C.K.", done with Gang Starr. And the verses have been sampled by lots of other MC's, including the chorus for "Just To Get A Rep." The bonus here is the B- ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Both produced by KRS. "Freedom of Speech '88" is completely different, and better, than the LP version. "Na Touch The Just" 7-minute extended dub-style version of the LP version with new lyrics. 12-inch, Vinyl record
"Little M's Big Music" was an alias of Frankie Cutlass. Here is the original version of his hit "Puerto Rico", the various mixes are mostly instrumental using classic hip hop samples from Show & AG to Big Daddy Kane with some dancehall chatting. "Here We Go" uses ... 12-inch, Vinyl record