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with slight surface noise, and the occasional click in part of a song,
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Another posthumous 2pac LP, with 22 tracks, including "Fake A** B*tches", "I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto", and many more uplifting numbers, like "F**k All Y'All" & "Definition of a Thug N*gga". LP, Vinyl record album
The mock soundtrack which is actually more of a various artists than a Snoop Dogg record, when Dre & Death Row were at the top of the world. Not the finest example of G-funk, but there's still a few nuggets of that classic "Rollin' in my 6-4" sound: like "Natural Born ... LP, Vinyl record album
Hi Tek gets out on his own, and while a few of the tracks seem a bit mismatched with some "rougher" MCs, this is a very tight album for the most part. His jazzy Reflection Eternal formula hits dead on with the best tracks like "The Sun God" featuring Common & Vinia Mojica ... LP, Vinyl record album
This might not be the most important or vital album in the history of hip hop – but it's got some indistibutable, unstoppable party jams all the same! "It Takes Two" will always be guaranteed to rock any party – and if Rob Base on the mic isn't anything to write home about, ... LP, Vinyl record album
The second Pharcyde LP – and though not as blunted and playful as the first one, it's still nearly as great – with that unrivaled, wholly original, easy west coast vibe! The production is more steady-handed this time around, which alienated fans of Bizarre Ride early on, but it also ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes the tracks "Slang Editorial", "Pillage", "Run", "Blood On Blood War", Supa Ninjaz", "MCF", "Splish Splash", "Oh-Donna", "Milk The Cow", "South Of The Border", "Check For A N*gga", " ... LP, Vinyl record album
A sharp, angry salvo from Ice Cube! Cube's early 90s solo style was firmly established at this point, so Lethal Injection doesn't have the acknowledged classic status of his previous couple albums, but he's still close to his prime that it's well worth your dollar! As you'd guess from the title, ... LP, Vinyl record album
The blistering 1990 EP by NWA – a fanbase divisive and critically underappreciated salvo in its day, despite being a fast seller – and a much sharper piece of work than it was credited for back in the day! NWA as a driven singular force was pretty much a thing of the past by this point, ... LP, Vinyl record album
The early 90s debut of UGK and early triumph for Pimp C & Bun B, even if it was a little bit ahead of its time! Given a massive platform by Jive at the time, UGK proved a little Too Hard To Swallow for the mainstream early on, finally breaking out with Ridin' Dirty a few years later, but this ... LP, Vinyl record album