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A not-so-surprisingly (given the pedigree!) later EPMD effort, and a smartly-titled one to boot – here they are, living up to their substantial legacy with a pretty strong, and these days underappreciated set – still going strong in the latter half of the 90s! Quite a few cuts on here ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes "Resurrection" with Masta Killa, "He Got Game", "Unstoppable" with KRS-One, "Is Your God A Dog", "House Of The Rising Son", "Politics Of The Sneaker Pimps", "Go Cat Go", "What You Need Is Jesus", "Game ... LP, Vinyl record album
Classic 80's electro funk, with a couple tracks mixed by Jellybean Benitez. Toss on "Space Cowboy", "We Are the Jonzun Crew" or "Pack Jam" and pull out the linoleum, or if you're a low budget b-boy like some of us were back in the day, the flattened-out refrigerator ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sure, maybe Breakin wasn't the most accurate, most faithful portrait of life on the streets in the early 80s – but the film was a great breakout moment for hip hop culture in the mainstream, and also helped sell the new style with a heavy dose of soul! The real stars here are Ollie & ... LP, Vinyl record album
Big Snoop is back for some Ego Trippin' – with the instant classic single "Sexual Eruption" – plus "Press Play", "SD Is Out", "Gangsta Like Me", Neva Have 2 Worry", "Cool", "Sets Up", "My Medicine", "Ridin' ... LP, Vinyl record album
Jay Z picks up pretty close to the point where he left off for Kingdom Come – his first album in 3 years – and you can only call it a comeback if you really thought he'd stay away! For Kingdom Come he uses a number of the same production geniuses as he did for the Black Album and his ... LP, Vinyl record album
All the hits from the first three Eric B & Rakim LP's plus "Know The Ledge" from the Juice soundtrack: "I Know You Got Soul", "Eric B Is President", "My Melody", "Move The Crowd", "I Ain't No Joke, "Paid In Full", "Follow ... LP, Vinyl record album
Ras G's entry in the Baker's Dozen series from Fat Beats – an effort we had high hopes for, knowing how strong the series has been to date, and what Ras G is capable of production wise – and sure enough, it's a real win! This isthe fourth LP in the series to date, in which Fat Beats ... LP, Vinyl record album