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(5 track maxi single. Front art work has a very small tear at the top, tray card has a light stain along the spine.)
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This third LP finds Erick and Parrish still repping Long Island with their signature boom bap beats and slow flow rhyme style, with guest spots from Redman and LL. 14 tracks in all, including "Gold Digger", "Rampage", "Hardcore", "Mr Bozack", and "Brothe ... CD
One of the most triumphant records from the first wave of Wu Tang Clan solo efforts – and an early 90s hip hop masterpiece that's hardly aged a day since! Tical is right up there with Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers) on the quality front. It's got the iconic Wu production aesthetic in peak ... CD
Finally, a stellar collection of tracks from Public Enemy's revolutionary years at Def Jam! This is essentially a no frills set – one that lets the incredible body of work do the talking, plus liner notes by Harry Allen. A welcome and necessary overview – long overdue! 18 tracks in ... CD
Titles include "Going Back To Cali", "Jack The Ripper", "Jingling Baby", "Big Ole Butt", "I Can't Live Without My Radio", "Rock The Bells", "I'm Bad", "I Need Love", "I Need A Beat", "Around the Way ... 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
The first mind-blowin' bombed out album from the legendary PE! Public Enemy was still finding its voice on this debut effort, and if it's not quite the revolutionary experience to be found on the following couple of albums, it's still a fascinating effort and one of the best and most original hip ... CD
A huge moment for LL Cool J – and a set that has him balanced nicely between the sharp rhymes of his roots and the rising stardom of his role in the larger world of R&B as well! Marley Marl produced, and the whole thing's still got a nice edge – even though some of these tunes ... CD
Nice compilation put together at the end fo the 80s with tracks for the preceding few years on Def Jam, with a number of now hard to find cuts. 13 tracks in all: LL Cool J "Rock The Bells", "Jack The Ripper" & "I'm Bad", Original Concept "Can You Feel It?&quo ... CD
A solid early 00s effort from Delicious Vinyl/Cold Chillin survivor Masta Ace – with production by 9th Wonder, Spinna, Dug Infinite and others! Back around 01' Masta Ace caught us off guard with his damn strong Disposable Arts LP – which immediately went on our short list of all time ... CD