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A once underappreciated later effort from the mighty Run DMC – with slightly harder hitting beats, and an overall terse style (hence the title) that was always more effective than it got credit for at the time – and it's ultimately the crew's last solid beginning-to-end LP! Of course ... LP, Vinyl record album
A bunch of tracks that don't appear on any other LP, and some that aren't available on 12" – Defari "Killing Spree", Natural Elements "Live It Up", DITC (with Diamond & Big L) "Get Yours", Jigmastas "Last Will & Testimony", Deadly Snakes ... LP, Vinyl record album
While most collaborations between hip hop producers and jazz players have been mediocre at best, neither really being able to get invloved enough in each other's music, this collaboration between Kondo and Krush is almost entirely successful. Kondo's played in just about every style from all out ... LP, Vinyl record album
15 tracks including "Stillmatic", "Got Ur Self A...", "2nd Childhood", "One Mic", "You're Da Man", "The Flyest" featuring AZ, "Rule" featuring Amerie, "Ether", "What Goes Around", "Every Ghetto", ... LP, Vinyl record album
14 track compilation of a lot of the rare stuff by the Ultramagnetics that you've been looking for! Cuts include "Kool Keith Model Android #406", "Ego Trippin' 2000 (remix)", "Live at Tramps (July 11, 1997)", "Ultra Reunion", "MC's Ultra Part 2 ... LP, Vinyl record album
Funky b-boy classic! Sure, Malcolm was a blood-sucking vampire who was hungry enough to exploit any trend he could get his hands on – but in this case, he did all right, and came up with an album that stands the test of time in the breakdance crates. Includes the classics "Buffalo ... LP, Vinyl record album
Mixed bag of trip hop, ragga and underground hip hop, worth it for the latter, which includes Blackalicious "Touch The Stars", Ultramag "It's All The Way Live" & Lateef "The Wreckoning". LP, Vinyl record album
Major label debut from the Memphis innovators. Waaay before winning an Oscar, these guys were watching too many late night horror flicks, and it shows. Classic M-Town buck that influenced the entire Southern Rap genre. Contains "Prophet Posse", "Spill My Blood", "Tear Da ... LP, Vinyl record album
Salt N Pepa still in their best early mode – working with Hurby Luv Bug, and turning out tunes with a nice sort of indie-level street charm! Although countless others copped the poppy hip hop groove of the pair at the time, Salt N Pepa were still the first, and still managed to do it best ... LP, Vinyl record album