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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 ... 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
Stone classic LL Cool J! There was a time we didn't really rate this one on the same level as Radio, but listening with fresh ears after all these years – prime old school Def Jam with an energy that's really missing in so much of the hip hop to follow in the next couple years – and ... LP, Vinyl record album
The game changing Def Jam classic! Profane party anthems galore, and the Beasties would distance themselves from much of the attitude of this album, making their career arc from stoopid (as opposed to stupid) to thoughtful and playful innovators one of the more interesting artistic evolutions of ... LP, Vinyl record album
At this point LL was definitely going for radio play, and it worked, with a tight pop formula and lots of very catchy tracks. Still, commercial crossover in '89 was a little different story and there's more than a handful of great tracks here, with LL in true form on "I'm That Type of ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the first full albums from the Sugarhill Gang – and a good sampling of their early tracks for Sugarhill! Includes the group's classic remake of "Apache" – complete with breaks stolen from the Incredible Bongo Band – plus the cuts "Funk Box" and "On ... 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
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
Instrumentals to the second LP of Wu-bangerz from the Chef, including "Yae Yo", "Casablanca", "Sneakers", "Raw", "Pop S**t", "Forecast", "Yae Yo", "Casablanca", "100 Rounds", "Real Life", "Power& ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Lookin At You" with production by Dr Dre, "Here Comes Another Hit" featuring Nate Dogg & Mista Grimm, "Somethin To Bounce To" featuring Soopafly, "This Gangsta Sh*t Is Too Much" featuring Butch Cassidy, "It Ain't Nothin Wrong With ... LP, Vinyl record album