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(Out of print 3 track CD single. Barcode has a cutout hole.)
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A benchmark LP from the first wave of post Chronic g funk – Warren G's blunted masterwork Regulate – G Funk Era! Regulate doesn't have the kind of huge singles that fueled the Dre & Snoop takeover – but it's cut from the same cloth and holds up just as well. Tracks include ... CD
With all the singles they dropped in the years prior to this, everyone was anticipating with glee when they heard it was to be. And, believe it or not, it still lives up to the hype. The first full length double feature with "1, 2, 1, 2", "Da Rockwilder", "Tear It ... CD
Rick Ross's sophmore release for the mainstream – the hard, gleaming and bumping Trilla! Includes "All I Have In This World" feat Mannie Fresh, "The Boss" feat T-Pain, "Speedin'" feat R Kelly, "Money Make Me Come", "feat Ebonylove, "This Is ... CD
The game changing Def Jam classic – and possibly the greatest album by the Beastie Boys – even though they'd grow up a whole lot after this! Profane party anthems galore, and the Beasties would distance themselves from much of the attitude of this album, making their career arc from ... CD
To our ears, the best Slick Rick LP since his classic first LP from way back when. Nice laid back mid-tempo production throughout. "The Art of Storytelling" is right, with lots of the short stories he's known for. And the numerous guest appearances really work (including Raekwon, Nas, ... CD
The gritty and heavy debut of Onyx – mostly produced by the mighty Jam Master Jay – and whether you dig the style or not, it's one of the most distinctive group rap records of the early 90s! Back in the day, "Slam" got overplayed on cable TV rap video shows, to the point ... CD
2nd volume in this mostly turntablist series includes the tracks "The Cure For Stagnation" by Siah & Yeshua DapoED, "They Don't Understand" by the Beat Junkies, "The Age of Television" by Rob Swift – 18 cuts in all. CD
Stones Throw changes up their underground hip hop and deep funk groove to introduce the world to a new star in the broken beat universe, DJ Rels. Jazz fusion influenced tracks ride pulsating waves of multidimensional rhythms with rippling electronic tones and smooth melodies bubbling up nicely on ... CD