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Ultramagnetic MCsMo Love's Basement Tapes ... CD
Ol' School Flava/Tuff City, Late 80s. New Copy ... $9.99 14.99
Ced Gee got to Tuff City first with his set of basement tapes – and Mo Love followed up with this second collection of early work from back in the day – none of it released before this album! There's definitely some of the "basement" vibe promised in the title – but that's also a great way to hear the group getting their start long before their big moment on Mercury Records – already a vital part of the New York scene, even though it was a few years before they got their proper time in the spotlight! Titles include "People Can Tlak", "Rhythm X", "Message In The Music", "Talkin Out Ya @ss", "Sheriff Is Scared", "Intermission", "F**k You", "Delta Force", "You Ain't Sh!t" and "Watch Your Back". CD
Also available Mo Love's Basement Tapes ... LP 18.99

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Ultramagnetic MCsMo Love's Basement Tapes ... LP
Ol' School Flava/Tuff City, 1980s. New Copy ... $18.99 19.99
Ced Gee got to Tuff City first with his set of basement tapes – and Mo Love followed up with this second collection of early work from back in the day – none of it released before this album! There's definitely some of the "basement" vibe promised in the title – but that's also a great way to hear the group getting their start long before their big moment on Mercury Records – already a vital part of the New York scene, even though it was a few years before they got their proper time in the spotlight! Titles include "People Can Tlak", "Rhythm X", "Message In The Music", "Talkin Out Ya @ss", "Sheriff Is Scared", "Intermission", "F**k You", "Delta Force", "You Ain't Sh!t" and "Watch Your Back". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Mo Love's Basement Tapes ... CD 9.99

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Ultramagnetic MCsNew York What Is Funky ... LP
Tuff City, 1996. New Copy ... $18.99 19.99
Early work from the Ultramagnetic MCs – all from the mid-80s, and predating their later album classics – but cuts that show the trio very much at the top of their game! Kool Keith is already full-formed as the unique talent we know and love – and Ced Gee provides plenty of raw old school breaks in his production – as the group cook up mad genius during their early years in the studio! Titles include "New York What Is Funky", "I'm F*ckin Flippin", "I Ain't Takin No Shorts", "Grip The Mic", "Here I Go Again", "Chuck Chillout", "Join The Party", and "Biscuits & Eggs". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Ultramagnetic MCsBasement Tapes 1984 to 1990 ... CD
Tuff City, Late 80s. New Copy ... $5.99 14.99 Out Of Stock
A great look at the earliest side of the Ultramagnetic MCs – that crucial New York group who were the original home of Kool Keith, in an initial lineup with Ced Gee and Mo Love, soon to be joined by Tim Dog too! The record somewhat lives up to its title – in that it's compiled from early tapes that show the group in formation, but already with a really sharp edge – a quality that's a bit like catching them working out lyrics in a small club setting – or tapping into the feed from their mixer during early sessions in the studio. There's a bit of controversy about the release – but given their relatively short time together, the whole thing is a great addition to their too-small catalog. Titles include an early version of "Smack My Bitch Up" – plus "Get A Job", "Space Groove", "Make You Shake", "Ya Not That Large", "Brainiac", "Scientist", and "Smoking Dust". CD
 
 
 



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