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Audio TwoMany Styles (LP, street dub)/Questions (rmx, Audio Two dub) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1988. Very Good+ ... $6.99
From around the same time as the "What More Can I Say" LP and just about as dope as their hits from that LP, but with more mellow production, and nice use of the "Freddie's Dead" sample. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a First Priority sleeve, with some wear at the opening.)

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MC LyteI Go On (LP, midnight mix, midnightstrumental, gangsta mix, gangstamental, acapella, mic professor mix) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1993. Near Mint- ... $4.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Test pressing.)

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✨✧ MC LyteEyes On This ... CD
First Priority/Traffic, 1989. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
MC Lyte's second full length record – a bit overlooked in the grand scheme, if only because the preceding Lyte As A Rock was a tough act to follow – so now's a great time to catch up with it! To our ears, Eyes On This is every bit as nice as the debut, and it that last of Lyte's no nonsense late 80s east coast rap efforts – before she started inching more towards a commercial style in the early 90s. An underappreciated classic! Includes "Cappucino", "Stop, Look, Listen" featuring Audio Two, "Survival of the Fittest (rmx)", "I Am the Lyte", "Cha Cha Cha", "Not Wit' A Dealer" and another song dedicated to Shante, "Shut The Eff Up! (Hoe)". Also includes "Throwin Words At U", "Please Understand", "Rhyme Hangover", "Funky Song" and "Slave 2 The Rhythm". CD
 
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✨✧ Eazy-EEazy-Duz-It ... CD
Ruthless/Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Eazy's first and best LP, from back when he was trying to kid everyone that he was still a teenager. As we all know, Eazy Duz It is a lot more of a companion piece to Straight Outta Compton than a standout solo album by Eazy E, with most the writing credits going to almost everyone involved with NWA EXCEPT Eazy. We all also know that that is a good thing, as the puckish MC was a much better mouthpiece than he was a great thinker. As an instrument of helium voiced anger and bile spewing, Eazy was pretty hard to top in those days (Eminem is Humpty Hump in comparison), and those tight, propulsive beats Dre and co. conjured up in the late 80s will keep our lowriders bouncing until the end of time. Truly a conceptual masterpiece, whether you're comfortable with that or not. Includes "Radio", "Eazy Duz It", "Boyz In The Hood", and "We Want Eazy". CD
(Original Priority/Ruthless version. BMG music club pressing.)
 
 
 



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