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Monday

Michael Jackson - Death Of An Icon


The Bio History of Michael Joseph Jackson began when he was born on the 29th of August 1958 in Gary, Indiana. He was the 7th of nine children. (brothers: Sigmund "Jackie", Toriano "Tito", Jermaine, Marlon, Steven "Randy", and sisters Rebbie, Janet and La-Toya Jackson

Michael began his musical career at the age of 5 as the lead singer of the Jackson 5 who formed in 1964. In these early years the Jackson 5, Jackie, Jermaine,Tito,Marlon and lead singer Michael played local clubs and bars in Gary Indiana and moving further afield as there talents grew and they could compete in bigger competitions. From these early days Michael would be at the same clubs as big talented stars of there days, such as Jackie Wilson and would be learning from them even back then. In 1968 the Bobby Taylor and The Vancouvers discovered the Jackson five and from there they got an audition for Berry Gordy of Motown Records. The Jackson 5 signed for Motown and moved to California. Their first 4 singles, "I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", and "I'll Be There" all made US No1 hits. The Jackson 5 recorded 14 albums and Michael recorded 4 solo albums with Motown.

The Jackson 5 stayed with Motown until 1976, wanting more artistic freedom they felt they had to move on and signed up with Epic. The group name Jackson 5 had to be changed as it was owned by Motown, so they reverted to The Jacksons as they had be known in the early days. Brother Jermaine married Berry Gordy's daughter and stayed with Motown. Youngest brother Randy joined in his place. The Jacksons had a number of hit recordsand in total made 6 albums between the years of 1976 and 1984.



In 1977 Michael made his first film debut when he starred in the musical 'The Wiz' playing Scarecrow with Diana Ross in the lead role of Dorothy. It was at this time Michael met Quincy Jones who was doing the score for the film.

Michael teamed up with Quincey Jones as his producer for his first solo album with Epic Records. The album titled "Off The Wall" was a big success around the world and the first ever album to release a record breaking 4 No1 singles in the US.

In 1982 Michael Jackson released the world's largest selling album of all time, 'Thriller'. This album produced 7 hit singles, breaking yet again more records, and went on to sell over 50 million copies worldwide. Michael was keen to use music video or short films as he called them to promote his singles from the album. He worked with the best directors and producers, using the latest technology and special effects.for the hit song 'Billie Jean' The short film 'Thriller' used the latest make-up artists technolgy combined with fantastic dancing and cherography, to produce a 14 minute video, with a start, a middle and an ending. So successful was this video that 'The Making Of Michael Jackson's Thriller' became the world's largest selling home video combined with soaring album sales. In 1983 Michael performed the now legendary moonwalk for the first time on the 'Motown 25 years' anniversary show. This performance alone set Michael undoubtable into the realm of a superstar.


In 1984 Michael won a record breaking 8 Grammy awards in one night. The awards were for his work on the 'Thriller' album and his work on the narrative for the 'ET Storybook'.

On December 9th 1984 at the last concert of the Jackson's Victory Tour, Michael announced he was splitting from the group and going solo.

In 1987 Michael released his much awaited third solo album, titled 'Bad', and lauched his record breaking first solo world tour. 1988, Michael wrote his first autobiography talking for the first time on his childhood and his career. At the end of the 1980s Michael was named 'Artist Of The Decade' for his success off of his 'Thriller' and 'Bad' albums.

In 1991 Michael signed with Sony Music the largest ever recording contract and released his fourth solo album, 'Dangerous'. He toured world again in 1992, taking his concerts to countries that had never before been visited by a pop/rock artist. Also Michael founded the 'Heal the World Foundation' to help improve the lives of children across the world.

In 1994 Michael married Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of rock legend Elvis Presley. The marriage only lasted for 19 months, as they divorced in 1996.



1995 saw Michael release a fifth solo album, 'HIStory', which was a double album, first half new material and second half half greatest hits. Michael toured again over a legs covering a 2 year period. In between legs of the tour on November 14th 1996, Michael married for his second time to Debbie Rowe who was a nurse that Michael had met in the treatment of his skin pigment disorder. Together they had their first child Prince Michael Joseph Jackson jr born on February 13 1997 and a daughter Paris Michael Katherine Jackson born on April 3rd 1998. In 1997 Michael released the remix album 'Blood On The Dance Floor' which also contained 5 new song linked with a 38min film "Ghosts". This film Michael played 5 roles using the latest special effects and make-up artistry, combined with his dance and music.


In September, 2001 Michael celebrated his 30th anniversary as a solo artist with two concerts to be held in New York, USA. Many artists such as Whitney Houston, Usher, Destinys Child, Shaggy and many more performed there own and Michael Jacksons past songs. Michael then reunited with all of his brothers performed there biggest hits. Michael then went onto perform solo some of his biggest hits. In October 2001 Michael released the album 'Invincible' so far releasing only 2 singles including the big hit "You Rock My World". Since the release of this first single the album has been surrounded by rumours of a rift with Sony Music and a clear lack of promotion of the album. - As Posted By AMJ


Michael Jackson - Thriller 1982

01 - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin
02 - Baby Be Mine
03 - The Girl Is Mine
04 - Thriller
05 - Beat It
06 - Billie Jean
07 - Human Nature
08 - P. Y. T. (Pretty Young Thing)
09 - The Lady in My Life
10 - Quincy Jones Interview #1 [BONUS TRACK]
11 - Billie Jean (Home Demo 1981) [BONUS TRACK]

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Sunday

O.T.R Clique - The Rap Game - 1996

I liked this album the most. It had all kinds of flava on it. if your from down the way you know all about the OTR Clique. Much love .


O.T.R Clique - The Rap Game [1996]


01 The Rap Game
02. It Ain't Right
03. Let It Burn
04. Much Love
05. Man Hunt I
06. Back Of The Club
07. Life Goes On [Clean Remix]
08. Back of the Club, Pt. 2 (It Ain't over 'Til It's Over)
09. In My Hood
10. Life Goes On
11. Streets Deeper Than the Grave
12. Who Is It
13. Man Hunt II
14. Nobody Seems to Listen
15. Life Goes On [Uncensored Remix]

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Big Daddy Caponelli - The Boss - 2009





This Album is bad ass. hot rhymes and dope beats. a definite owning type album..
Caponelli is a friend of mine. So i Have alot of music from him . keep it locked.



Big Daddy Caponelli - The Boss [2009]

01. Intro - Big Boy Toys
02. I Got That Work
03. Come See Me( I Ain't Worried)
04. 50 deep done
05. The Lullaby
06. (This World) So Cold
07. I'm The Boss
08. Like U Neva
09. Get that paper
10. HOOD RICH
11. Mama Said
12. Bat Man
13. Still Livin'(Life Of A Hoodstar 2)
14. Don't Sweat Me
15. MORALS '08

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O.T.R Clique - As The World Turns - 1998

O.T.R ( Over The Rhine) Clique - A Group out of Cincinnati Ohio in the mid 90's , OTR was a hood on vine st. Close to downtown. Im not sure what they have going on now. But i know that this was a killer album. Im Guessin this was the last of 4 albums they did.


O.T.R Clique - As The World Turns [1998]

01 - Fuck All Net
02 - Smoke N Fo Nuthing
03 - I Gotta Eat
04 - Bitches We Got Y'All's Minds Fucked Up
05 - The Interview
06 - As The World Turns
07 - Shit Is Real
08 - Gigolo
09 - Can't Fuck Wit' Us
10 - Interlude
11 - My Niggas
12 - Ride Wit' Me
13 - Intrigue
14 - Bitch That Ain't My Baby (Cause He Ain't Got Good Hair)
15 - Lavish Dreams
16 - Elite Forces
17 - 24_7
18 - Hi-De-Hi-De-Hi-De-Ho (Drug Dealers Gotta Go)

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Jam Pony Express - Random Box 02



Man You Know its sick how much killer music came out florida. So the west had the gangsta rap, the east coast had .. freestyles and battles, The south had Booty music, bass music, All The classic latin stuff and The south had Jam Pony Express original mixtape masters.
Heres another JPE Random Box..


Jam Pony Express - Random Box 02

01 - 30's N Voughs
02 - 4 . 5 . 6
03 - Its on, We ready
04 - Bass Mechanic
05 - Bling Bling
06 - Get fucked up
07 - 400 degrees
08 - Good good lovin
09 - Slick Vic As Ziggy One
10 - The good dye young
11 - I like
12 - Mouth of the South (feat.Big Ace)
13 - Aint gonna see tomorrow

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Friday

Jam Pony Express - The King Of The Jamz

Its 3.am Right now and im smokin weed jammin to this pony album.. so im adding it.
Yeah So Im A Jam Pony Fan. If not for these DJ's I would have slept on many great songs and artists. Nothing but love To DJ Spice, Slick Vic and The whole Jam Pony Crew.
still more to come. keep in mind im just sharing what i have of my own.
Be sure to check out DJ Spice here...@ Da JPE Blog he got the pony D.L's For days.
Peace.


Jam Pony Express - The King Of The Jamz

1. Mystical - Danger
2. Trick Daddy- Pull Over (RMX)
3. Trick Daddy - Can't F#ck With The South
4. B.G. - I Know
5. Scarface - It Ain't
6. Jay-Z - I Just Wanna Love You (Give It To Me)
7. Field Mob - Project Dreams
8. Iconz- Get F#cked Up
9. Juvenile - I Got That Fire
10. Eightball & MJG - Pimp Hard
11. Mystikal - U Would If U Could
12. Cam'ron - Where the F#ck You At
13. Juvenile - Rover Truck
14. Too Short - You Nasty
15. Outkast - Ms. Jackson


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Thursday

Eminem - Infinite - 1996

Infinite is the debut studio album by American rapper Eminem, released independently in 1996 by Web Entertainment. The album was recorded and produced in 1995, with help from The Bass Brothers and fellow D12 members Kon Artis, Proof and Eye-Kyu, along with fellow Rappers Thyme of 5 Elementz and Three.

So he does what every artist does passes out his album for what ever he can get out of it..
5 bucks.. dont have 5? You got 3? no? well hell i'll take 2 bucks then. And in some cases free just to put the name out, what ever it takes. Then he sends this tape to Dr Dre . Dre Liked what he heard and flew Em' to L.A And the rest is written in the books. And who knows if this is the real cover for this? Did Independent albums even have covers in 96? I dont know... i was to busy listening to 2Pac's All eyes on me..

I did have relapse posted up. but its gone now. the blog post and the file link.. crazy. maybe he wants to make some dough off of it..


Eminem - Infinite - 1996

01 - Infinite
02 - W.E.G.O. (Interlude)
03 - It's OK (feat. Eye-Kyu)
04 - 313 (feat. Eye-Kyu)
05 - Tonite
06 - Maxine (feat. 3 & Denaun Porter)
07 - Open Mic (feat. Thyme)
08 - Never 2 Far
09 - Searchin' (feat. Denaun Porter)
10 - Backstabber (feat. Denaun Porter)
11 - Jealousy Woes II

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Wednesday

Will To Power - Dreamin - Vinyl Rip

Will To Power is the name of an American dance-pop group that originated in Miami Florida in the mid-1980s The group has also seen success on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and continues to create music into today.

The crazy thing. this song was bad ass back in the day. This crew was from miami and they didnt do well outside of the south,But i remember skating to this one. Popular shit on Y-100 And Hot-105 at the time.


Will To Power - Dreamin' Vinyl Rip

Dreamin' (Dub mixx)
Dreamin (Manhattan Mix)
Dreamin (Mixx-It)
Dreamin (New Mix)

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Jam Pony Express - Random Box 01



So here is the first random set im putting up. There's some great tracks in this one. I dig the hell out the 1st One, Slick Vic Regulates another show and does a fantastic job at it.. peep it out. But anyway, Ill Be adding some more random track sets still. I got a decent amount of JPE left to convert from cassette but as always Visit Dj Spice @ JPE Blog. Cause he doin it.

If anyone has the complete show from any of these tracks let me know if you wanna share it.


Jam Pony Express - Random Box 01

01. Clear - Slick Vic Regulates Another Show
02. The party has begun - Slick Vic
03. Up in here - Slick Vic
04. Gangstid Up - Slick Vic
05. Sucka MC's - Lock Cool Jock
06. Pick It Up - Slick Vic
07. Push - Slick Vic
08. Stuntastic - Loc Cool Joc
09. Your a customer - Slick Vic
10. Everybodys Lookin - .. Legend Continues Track
11. Big Ace (we miss you) - Tribute Single

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Jam Pony Express - Hot Rod 2k

Here is another Pony Tape Convert. Its Hot Rod Doin a show in Lauderdale. im sure i got this one in 2000 so it may be older too. and personally i have heard better shows from hot rod. But i happen to have owned this tape since it was just put out. and can still spit what Hot Rod Says.
I also have a fuckin ton of singles from JPE and i guess ill post them in singles in the future. However i still have some old shows Wit Juicy S some Kuda C and Bass Style too, But they still have to be converted and it takes time to do it up.

And as always leechers, you still gotta check out DJ Spice @ JPE Blog. Cause he be doin it.


Jam Pony Express DJ's - Hot Rod - Lauderdale

01 - Janine
02 - Walk On The Wild Side
03 - Pop Dat Pussy
04 - 187 proof
05 - Everythings gonna b alright
06 - Ask Why
07 - Feels like another one
08 - One tymes got no case
09 - Jiggable Pie
10 - Do you Like Bass
11 - Dont Stop

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Tuesday

Bizerk Da Jerk - Thats A Wrap 2009



Bizerk Da Jerk - Thats A Wrap [2009]Re-up

01 - The blasted homie intro
02 - Who ridin - feat. meat da butcha
03 - Fuck you (naw you just mad baby)
04 - 2 x pills and im bangin it
05 - Lets roll another doobie
06 - Still talkin shit
07 - Ass clap - feat. B.D.C and Bolo Yung
08 - People who cant stand me
09 - Git on up - feat. Da Nutcase
10 - Fuck you (remixxx)
11 - Blow me to show me
12 - I grind this way
13 - You slimey little bastard
14 - Condoms and std's
15 - Radio droppins - feat. B.D.C and Bolo Yung
16 - I did thangs i done trains
17 - 2 fast and so slow (ice cream samwich)
18 - Fuckin wit da boy
19 - Hatin on me
20 - McDonalds big mac rap - feat. Illigitamit Nick
21 - E.P (my earnin potential) feat. Bolo Yung
22 - Rockin dem shows
23 - Your a soldier - feat. bottom bitch
24 - Im repeated by ya girl
25 - Ignition - the count down begins
26 - Revelations - chapter 7 verse 3
27 - P Dawg out a-town - outro

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Junya Be - Introducing ...Junya Be - 1999


This is a local Reggae Cat i met back in 99 . He flipped me a copy of the disc, Done up right and in the wrapper to add. Thats not the original cover for the album but i have no scanner now, ill switch them when i can. Also to see what J.B is doin these days check out. Junya Be On Myspace

I thought this album was nice as hell tho.
its a small 7 track album but..
if you like da reggae den you like dis her mon.


Junya Be - Introducing ...Junya Be [1999]


01. Murdah Nuh Right
02. Reggae Music Come Down
03. Diversity Feat. Khalid Grace
04. Showtime Feat. Sister Serah
05. Riddim Rider
06. See Ya
07. Love Revolution Feat. Sister Serah

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Sunday

Rappin 4 Tay - Off Parole - 1996


4-Tay made his debut on the Too Short album Life Is...Too Short, right after high school. Later he was convicted on drug charges and served ten months in prison. Upon his release from prison he released his debut album Rappin' 4-Tay Is Back in 1991, and followed up in 1994 with Don't Fight the Feelin', which included the hits "Playaz Club" (which sampled the song "Private Number" by William Bell and Judy Clay and hit #36 on the Billboard Hot 100, the "Dank Season" featuring Seff Tha Gaffla and "I'll Be Around" (which hit #39 on the Billboard Hot 100).


Rappin' 4-Tay - Off Parole [1996]

01. I Paid My Dues
02. New Trump
03. A Lil' Some'em Some'em
04. Check Ya Self
05. Ain't No Playa (Playaz Sh#t)
06. Never Talk Down
07. 25-2-Life
08. Boogie Bang Bang
09. Comin' Back
10. Hala at a Playa
11. Game on the Shelf
12. Off Parole
13. Where's the Party
14. Phat Like That
15. Still Ph#ckin With My Folk$
16. Ain't No Playa [Radio Mix]


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No Good & Jiggy - Lizard Lizard - 1999


Before Lil' Kim, before Foxy Brown, there was Jiggie. This venom tongued chanteuse has lyrics so hot that she has been dubbed "Lady Luke", referring to Luke Records CEO Luke Campbell. Her adult theme oriented rhymes conjure images of sex in it's rawest form. The explicity of her lyrics is Jiggie's retribution to all of the male rappers that have bashed females for so long. A unique rapper Jiggies strength is her diversity of techniques and styles, "I can flow with any style of music, hip-hop beats, bass music, West Coast, and battle rapping." Long associated with Luke Records head Luther Campbell, Jiggie had been on the scene for 7 years Doing what it do..

Alot Of People Slept On This Album. It was hot in the south. never really jumped out and grabbed america tho. But i copped it cause it was produced by Luke(2 live crew). And i was always of fan of the pervert and his music. where would we be without Luther Cambell?


Luke Presents, No Good & Jiggy - Lizard Lizard [1999]

01. Intro
02. Diss
03. Q Dogs
04. Lets Go
05. My Bad
06. Kid Talk
07. Lizard Lizard
08. Dr. Luke
09. Cant Nobody
10. What A Girl Needs
11. Come Thru
12. Dirty Bottom
13. Child Story #1
14. Freaky Party
15. Goombay
16. Child Story #2
17. Head-Hey
18. Mega-Mix
19. Taste My Love


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Saturday

DJ Magic Mike - Bass Is The Name Of The Game - 1990



After realizing his back-breaking work for Clay D and Vision was not getting him the money nor fame he deserved, he returned to Orlando and landed a solo deal with the then unknown Cheetah Records, releasing his first batch of solo singles in 1988. Those led to a full length album in 1989 entitled "DJ Magic Mike and The Royal Posse", which featured many guest crews and rappers all based on his production and turntable antics. His following album Bass is the Name of the Game in 1990 saw the Miami Bass genre reach a zenith both creatively and commercially.

This one is my favorite bass album


DJ Magic Mike - Bass Is The Name Of The Game [1990]


01. The House of Magic
02. Lower the Dynamite
03. M&M's Gettin' Off
04. Feel the Bass Again
05. Drop the Bass Pt. 2
06. Magic And isaam's Groove
07. Just Get on Down and Rock
08. The Booty Dub
09. Yo!
10. Give It to 'Em
11. For the Easy Listeners
12. Rock the Funky Beat
13. Ain't Finished Yet (Remix)



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Techmaster P.E.B - Bass Computer - 1991


The bass pulsator Techmaster P.E.B. released his Miami bass and European techno first single, "Listen to the Music," in 1990. The resounding debut album, Bass Computer, followed in its wake the next year. Tracks like "Power Bass Ultra Mix," "Bassgasm," and "Bad Bass Mix" are fully capable of testing out any woofer set. Techmaster's bass musical style has been compared to that of artists like Wrecks-N-Effect, Beat Dominator, Funkmaster Flex, and Positive K.

This album sounds like and has some of the same drops as Outer Bass but its a great album too.


Techmaster P.E.B - Bass Computer [1991]

  1. Activate
  2. Time to Jam
  3. Bass By Numbers
  4. Scratchin' Megabass Mix
  5. D.P.E.
  6. Computer Love
  7. Bass Computer
  8. P.E.B. 500
  9. Don't Stop the Music
  1. Techno Bass Beats
  2. Power Bass Ultra Mix
  3. Bassgasm
  4. Bad Bass Mix
  5. Euromusik
  6. I Like the Boom
  7. Outerbass Mix
  8. Tech'in Slow n' Low [#]

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Magic Mike - Bass The Final Frontier - 1993


Much like most other Miami Bass producers, Magic Mike's music was never exclusively Miami Bass, but also aimed for the traditional Hip-Hop market. Eventually, he teamed up with Mc Madness as his primary rapper during his more Hip-Hop oriented days, although there was no exclusive deal for this, and Mike continued on, collaborating with artists such as Sir Mix A Lot and Techmaster P.E.B.




Magic Mike - Bass The Final Frontier [1993]

01. Intro to the Frontier
02. Bass to Interprise
03. The Man With the Bass
04. My Bass Machine
05. Magic and the Chief
06. Bass Check II
07. Make the Car Go Boom
08. Feel the Bass 4
09. The Lesson
10. Girls Move Their Butts
11. Chillin' on the DL
12. Why Did You Leave?
13. Drop the Bass - Live
14. To the Fans
15. This for the Bass heads
16. This D.J. Cuts Different Wayz
17. Lyrical Marathon
18. Let the Bass Go
19. Jeep Jammy
20. Going Home
21. Through the Years - Radio Edit


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Thursday

Techmaster PEB - It Came From Outer Bass II - 1993


Working under the Newtown Music Group label, Techmaster released It Came From Outer Bass in 1993. Bassgasm, the album, hit the store shelves in 1995. It was three years before there was another solo recording, Bass Computer 2000, followed by Suburban X in the year 2000. During his career, Techmaster has worked on recordings with a number of rap and bass artists, including the Bass Outlaws, Def Bass Drew, Bass Boy, and the Gold and platinum record selling DJ Magic Mike

I heard from mass people this album is difficult to get.
Feel free to pass this page on to a friend.


Techmaster PEB - It Came From Outer Bass II [1993]

01. Invading Bass
02. It Came From Outer Bass
03. Keep On Scratchin'
04. Phonz
05. Machines
06. Do You Like Techno Bass?
07. Don't Stop The Bass
08. Robot Love
09. Eurobass
10. Listen To The Music
11. Robot Machines
12. 006
13. DSTM II
14. Technohaus
15. Dragon Bass
16. Voices
17. Reggatek
18. Bass Out

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Friday

NWA - Straight Outta Compton [1989]


Their second album, Straight Outta Compton, marked the beginning of the new gangsta rap era as the production and the social commentary in their lyrics were revolutionary within the genre. Rolling Stone ranked N.W.A. eighty-third on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" Although largely unknowns at the group's inception, rappers Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and MC Ren would all go on to be platinum-selling stars in their own right, retroactively making N.W.A hip hop's first supergroup.

This is not the 20th Anniversary Edition



NWA - Straight Outta Compton [1989]

01. Straight Outta Compton
02. Fuck Tha Police
3. Gangsta Gangsta
04. If It Ain't Ruff
05. Parental Discretion Iz Advized
06. 8 Ball (Remix)
07. Something Like That
08. Express Yourself
09. Compton's N The House
10. I Ain't Tha 1
11. Dopeman (Remix)
12. I Ain't Tha 1
13. Something 2 Dance 2


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NWA - Niggaz 4 Life [1991]


NWA's third full-length album, Niggaz4life, courts controversy in every imaginable way, from its title (printed backward on the cover, as a mirror image) down to its mercilessly misogynistic second half, and it remains shocking years later, no matter how many times the controversial aspects of the album have been exploited again and again by others.

Unfortunately, the shocking rhetoric which, to a degree unprecedented at the time of the album's release, revels in relentless obscenity, graphic sex, and extreme violence tends to overshadow the remarkable production work of Dr. Dre


NWA - Niggaz 4 Life [1991]

01. Prelude
02. Real Niggaz Don't Die
03. Niggaz 4 Life
04. Protest
05. Appetite for Destruction
06. Don't Drink That Wine
07. Alwayz into Somethin'
08. Message to B.A.
09. Real Niggaz
10. To Kill a Hooker
11. One Less Bitch
12. Findum Fuckum & Flee
13. Automobile
14. She Swallowed It
15. Id Rather Fuck You
16. Approach to Danger
17. 1 900 2 Compton
18. Dayz of Wayback


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Eazy E - 5150 [1992]


The five songs on 5150 unfortunately don't do much to reclaim Eazy E's once mighty stature among the Gangsta Rap scene, especially since "Intro: New Year's E-Vil" clocks in under a minute and "Merry Muthafuckin' Xmas" is a novelty. The remaining songs ("Only If You Want It," "Neighborhood Sniper," "Niggaz My Height Don't Fight") are thankfully good and, above all, curious for how they differ in style from past work, which had been exclusively produced by Dr Dre. Three good songs isn't much more than a teaser, however, or more cynically, a stopgap. Overall, there's not much to 5150 Home 4 tha Sick (which, to be fair, prints "maxi-single" in large print on the cover)


Eazy E - 5150 {Home 4 Tha Sick} [1992]

01. Intro: New Year's E-vil
02. Only If You Want It
03. Neighborhood Sniper
04. Niggaz My Height Don't Fight
05. Merry Muthafuckin' Xmas


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MC ADE - An All Out Bash [1991]


A.D.E. :: Adrian Does Everything. Adrian Hines is the man behind this masterpiece of bass, rhymes, and scratchin, and his genius shows on every track. Back in the early 90s this album was the best bass album on the planet, and because it is so well done with a timeless style of both beats and rhyming, it remains so to this day. Bass albums then and now can't hold a candle to this beast...


MC ADE - An All Out Bash [1991]

1. Autobiography
2. All Out Bash
3. Motivate
4. Intermission
5. Take Heed
6. I Came Back
7. Motivate (Reprise)
8. My Bass in It
9. (Let's Get) Physical
10. Make It Funky
11. King of the Swing
12. I Bring the Funk
13. Meeting of the Minds


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Young MC - Stone Cold Rhymin [1989]


In 1989, Young Mc collaborated with Tone Loc on "Wild Thing," the first Top Ten pop hit for a black rapper, and the follow-up smash "Funky Cold Medina." Young stepped out on his own later in the year with the Top Ten smash "Bust a Move," a good-natured examination of romantic successes and failures spiced by his sense of humor and quick-tongued rapping. The song won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance, and its strong pop appeal helped the attendant album, Stone Cold Rhymin', go platinum. The follow-up, "Principal's Office," was a humorous, everyday high-school tale resembling a Chuck Berry plot and also climbed into the Top 40.

This Album was requested by a gay guy i know.. here ya go
Tommy



Young Mc - Stone Cold Rhymin [1989]

01. I Come Off
02. Principals Office
03. Bust A Move

04. Non Stop
05. Fastest Rhyme

06. My Name Is Young
07. Know How

08. Roll With The Punches
09. I Let Em Know

10. Pick Up The Pace

11. Got More Rhymes

12. Stone Cold Buggin

13. Just Say No



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Thursday

DJ Magic Mike & Vicious Bass - Back To Haunt You - [1990]

DJ Magic Mike, the breakthrough bass producer after 2 Live Crew, was the music's most crucial recording artist. An underground label impresario on the order of Master P, Mike's productions were much rougher than the slick Miami bass sound and pursued a gritty old-school vibe -- more akin to Ultramagnetic MC's than Luther Campbell

In collaboration with the group Vicious Bass, DJ Magic Mike spawned yet another gold hit with the single "It's Automatic."


DJ Magic Mike - Vicious Bass - [1990]


01. Intro: Buy This Record
02. You Want Bass
03. No Stop To The Madness
04. Interlude:A Moment of pleasure
05. Are You Ready
06. Interlude:A Night after the rapper
07. Vicious groove
08. Back to haunt you
09. Interlude:An Afternoon in Orlando
10. Hard to keep a good rhyme down
11. Nice & Nasty
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12. A moment of Silence
13. Comin On Strong
14. The Break
15. Party wit a piece of mind
16. Interlude:Wack Rappers
17. Its Automatic
18. Get Laid, Get Funked
19. Interlude:Whats The Name Of The Game
20. Sorry, Wrong Beat
21. Interlude:Flight Back To Orlando
22. All Wild DJ's, He Will Tame
23. Interlude: The Meeting
24. Magic Meets Lace
25. Interlude:A Night at the studio
26. Royalty's Arrived


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Eminem Gets A Face Full Of Ass At 09 Awards [video]


PUN INTENDED

Well who knows if Eminem was in on this.? It looked staged to me with the track being right over his seat. i dunno or maybe it seems like he would have punched the dood in the face for this.
or not been in his ass for a ( Hole ) he he he - 2 minutes..

who nows it was funny tho.

Tony M.F Rock - To Da Rock House [1989]

In 1988, MC Shy D linked up Tony M.F Rock to Skyywalker Records or maybe just luke records, (depending on when the infringment case was filed from George Lukas.) Anyway Luke records released Tony's debut single, "She Put Me in a Trance" Featuring Shy D backed with "Still Doing It." The single did well enough that Mr. Mixx brought Tony to Miami to make a full record, which was released in 1989 as Let Me Take You to the Rock House.

This Album is a document of a time where hip-hop was uncertain of its next move. Maybe Southern rappers would prove their lyrical dominance: "P.W.Y.P. (Practice What You Preach)" compellingly argued that case. Maybe hip-hop would become sexy: the title track here is an exercise in the short-lived (and underappreciated!) hip-house sound, a logical partner to Miami's bass scene.
Or maybe it would become really hardcore: "I'm That Type Of Nigga" was a thugged-out answer record to LL Cool J's super-slick come-on "I'm That Type of Guy."
Tony Rock reinvented himself as Woodchuck, the bass player in the Atlanta live rap-rock group El Pus. In 2005


- Tony M.F Rock -
Let Me Take You To The Rock House [1989]



01. Whos Tony Rock
02. Keep Dancin
03. Street Resident
04. She Put Me In A Trance
05. Pump And Grind
06. PWYP - (Practice What You Preach)
07. Time To Get Mine
08. Freak Dat Girl
09. Let Me Take You To The RockHouse
10. Still Doin It
11. Same Ol Thang
12. Im That Type Of Nigga
13. Dont Go Out Like A Sucka
14. Tony Rocks Theme


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The 2 Live Crew " Banned In The USA [1990]



Capitalizing on the media frenzy, Campbell struck a distribution deal with Atlantic and put together a semipolitical album called Banned in the U.S.A., after securing rights for the title track from Bruce Springsteen; it was billed to Luke Featuring 2 Live Crew. It sold like hotcakes on first release, and the title single became the group's second Top 40 hit. In 1991, the group released the first full-length live rap album ever, Live in Concert, as well as the official follow-up to As Nasty as They Wanna Be, Sports Weekend. They sold disappointingly, especially considering the group's recent notoriety, and proved to be the last albums they would record together as a quartet. To compound matters, Luke Records was successfully sued for 1,600,000 million dollars in royalties by MC Shy D.


The 2 Live Crew " Banned In The USA [1990]

01. Banned In The USA
02. News Flash "People In The News"
03. Man Not A Myth
04. News Flash "350 Men"
05. News Flash "Super Snoop"
06. Strip Club
07. News Flash "Nation By Storm"
08. Do The Bart
09. In Color. Men On Records
10. Face Down Ass Up
11. Hey Jack
12. Bass 9.1.7
13. So Funky
14. News Flash "Poll Results"
15. Mamolapenga
16. Video No Soul
17. I Ain't Bullsh--Tin' Part 2
18. Commercial- Nasty M.F.'S
19. This Is To Luke From The Posse
20. News Flash . British Youth
21. Fuck A Gang
22. Commercial- Inquiring Minds
23. Mega Mixx Iv


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The 2 Live Crew - Move Somethin' [1988]



in 1987, a Florida record store clerk was acquitted of felony charges after selling the album to a 14-year-old girl. Campbell hit upon the idea of selling "clean" and "dirty" versions of the group's albums so that younger fans would have a less explicit alternative. 1987's Move Somethin' was the first album released in this format, and it became an even bigger underground hit than its predecessor thanks to notorious cuts like "One and One," an X-rated retelling of the Kinks' "All Day and All of the Night" (which established the Crew's penchant for blatantly copped samples). In 1988, a record store in Alabama was fined for selling a copy of Move Somethin' to an undercover cop (a conviction later overturned on appeal), setting the stage for the Crew's home state to declare war.



The 2 Live Crew - Move Somethin' [1988]

01. Introduction
02. Drop The Bomb
03. Move Somethin'
04. Ghetto Bass II
05. With Your Badself
06. P.A.N
07. H.B.C
08. S & M
09. Do Wah Diddy
10. Word II
11. Feel Alright Y'all
12. One And One
13. Mega Mixx II


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The 2 Live Crew " is what we are" [1986]
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L 'Trimm - Grab it [1987]



Grab It! was first released on Miami-based Time-X Records in 1987, and after big local success with their single “Cars That Go Boom” the album was picked up for distribution by Atlantic a year later. For most of the planet, this was when they would have come into contact with it, so the 1988 birthdate stands as far as I am concerned. L’Trimm, which is French for “The Trimm,” consists of Chicago-born Bunny D and New-York born Tigra, though both ladies sound like a couple of giggling valley girls from New York. In this pre-“Ladies First” era, Bunny and Tigra make no bones about their gold digging, cocktease stratagem. Tigra goes so far as to proclaim: “My name is Tigra/ I’m a funky, fly skeezer/ my smile is big/ but my ego is bigger.” Isn’t being a skeezer a bad thing? This line comes from the title track, which also serves as a response track to Salt N’ Pepa’s “Push It,”



L 'Trimm - Grab it [1987]

01. Cars That Go Boom
02. Better Yet L`Trimm
03. We Can Rock The Beat
04. Sexy
06. Cutie Pie
07. Hes A Mutt
08. Don't Come to Our House
09. Push It (Grab It)


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BDP - Criminal Minded [1986]



Criminal Minded doesn't try to deliver messages, make judgments, or offer solutions. That's clear on "South Bronx" and "The Bridge Is Over," two of the most cutting -- even threatening -- dis records of the '80s, which were products of a beef with Queens-based MC Shan. They set the tone for the album, which reaches its apex on the influential, oft-sampled "9mm Goes Bang." It's startlingly violent, even if KRS-One's gunplay is all in self-defense, and it's made all the more unsettling by his singsong ragga delivery. Another seminal hardcore moment is "Remix for P Is Free," which details an encounter with a crack whore for perhaps the first time on record. Elsewhere, there are a few showcases for KRS-One's pure rhyming skill, most notably "Poetry" and the title track. Overall it's very consistent, so even if the meat of Criminal Minded is the material that lives up to the title


BDP - Criminal Minded [1986]

1. Poetry
2. South Bronx
3. 9mm Goes Bang
4. Word from Our Sponsor
5. Elementary
6. Dope Beat
7. Remix for P Is Free
8. The Bridge Is Over
9. Super-Hoe
10. Criminal Minded
11. The Scott La Rock Mega Mix

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LL Cool J - Radio [1985]

In 1984, when L.L. was 16, he met Rick Rubin, a student at NYU, who gave him his big break in music. Rick really liked L.L.'s music and decided to try to get him a record deal. Together, they made the single "I Need a Beat" and sent it to an artist manager named Russell Simmons. Simmons loved the single, and, in the same year, Rick and Russell co-founded the famous Def Jam Recordings; L.L.'s Debut album, "Radio," released in 1985, after securing a distribution deal for Def Jam with Columbia/CBS Records, was the label's first long-playing release. Even today, L.L. is considered one of Def Jam's most prized possessions.

So my mother coming out of the disco era was kinda into some original old school rap stuff.
Somehow i ended up with this LL Cool J - "Radio" Record From her i was about 11 then.
I heard all this scratchin in the music so this was the first record i ever attempted scratching on.. My mom knew i loved it so then i ended up with a Beastie Boys tape Later on from her....
Then i spend the rest of the time growing up hearing from her." Turn the rap shit off im sick of hearin fuck, fuck, fuck all day.. This was later when the exxplicit rap started to emerge.
He he he.. Hey mom you started it..


LL Cool J - Radio [1985]

01. I Can't Live Without My Radio
02 . You Can't Dance
03 . Dear Yvette
04 . I Can Give You More
05 . Dangerous
06 . 3 The Hard Way
07 . Rock the Bells
08 . I Need a Beat
09 . That's a Lie
10 . You'll Rock
11 . I Want You


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