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The Roots return with their first album on Def Jam – a rich batch of soulful, heavier moods, cultural reflection, and some incredible modern Philly funk playing behind the thoughtful rhymes – probably the deepest album to appear on Def Jam in the past decade or so! Game Theory shares ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Face Down", "Conspiracy", "Street Nigguz", "It Was Onyx", "Black Dust", "One Nation", "Fuck Dat", "Raze It Up", "Shut 'Em Down", and the "Shut 'Em Down" remix featuring Noreaga and ... LP, Vinyl record album
A solid early 90s hip hop album, from the waning years of the Native Tongues. This one still takes us back with cuts like the singles "40 Below Trooper" and "My Jimmy Weighs A Ton". Also includes "Spark A New Flame", "All I Think About Is You", "Simple ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Rainbow Colors", "Testin' My Gangsta", "Bin Laden", "Ridin' Spinners" feat Lil' Flip, "Ghetto Chick", "Let's Start A Riot", "Beatem To Da Floor", "You Scared Pt 2" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Everybody Rise", "Against All Odds" featuring Flipmode Squad, "Extinction Level Event (The Song Of Salvation)", "Tear Da Roof Off', "Just Give It To Me Raw", "Do It To Death", "Hot Sh** Makin Ya Bounce", "What The ... LP, Vinyl record album
A post-millennium gem from Dabyre that holds up incredibly well – and an nice littel selection of dub influenced beats and abstract hip hop instruementals! The vibe here is creative, but doesn't venture too far out of headnodding territory even in the most spacey –with some smooth ... LP, Vinyl record album
AZ's excellent debut, in the mid 90s QB style that followed in the wake of Nas' succesful debut. Includes "Uncut Raw", "Gimme Your's", "Rather Unique", "Sugar Hill", "Doe Or Die", "We Can't Win" and "Your World Don't Stop", with ... LP, Vinyl record album
Special K and Teddy Tedd pull together a batch of early 80s numbers: Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five's "The Message", Kurtis Blow "The Breaks", Spoonie Gee's "Love Rap", the Treacherous Three's "Feel The Heartbeat", the Sequence "Funk You ... LP, Vinyl record album
A legendary record from KMD – one that languished unreleased for far too long! Black Bastards has few tracks the maintain the jazzier sound of the first album, but they're mostly coming a little bit rawer, perfectly balancing their earlier style that gritty early 90s hip hop vibe. As solid as ... LP, Vinyl record album
A nice batch of cuts from Chicago underground producers, the Molemen. Includes Juice "Reign", Prime "Unbreakable", Mass Hysteria "Persevere", Vakill "Equinox", Qwel "Not Impressed", Rasco "No Guarantees", Slug/Aesop Rock/MF Doom "Put ... LP, Vinyl record album