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Debut EP from Biz Markie on Prism! Includes two tracks that never made it to his first LP: a dope version of "They're Coming To Take Me Away", about Biz being carted away to an insane asylum, and "A One Two", done acapella with just Biz rhyming and beat boxing, plus the ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
A track that really takes us back, like any of the Arthur Baker or Johnny Rocca cuts, or Shannon's "Let the Music Play". We're not sure this qualifies for classic status, but it does make us feel a little nostalgic. 12-inch, Vinyl record