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The DOC - Helter Skelter [1996]

After releasing his debut album, No One Can Do It Better, the D.O.C. suffered a severe car accident that did irreparable damage to his vocal cords. It left him with a thin, raspy voice that was simply unusable for several years. In 1996, he made his admirable comeback with Helter Skelter. The backing tracks are solid gangsta rap recorded by a live band, and sometimes the harsh growl of his voice sounds threatening, giving the tracks a menacing power.

So at the time i was really into The D.O.C . "Its funky enough" was the 1st track i had ever heard. And Bammmm! I was hooked. But im thinkin everyone was.
Great Artist and musical influence
i did remember hearing about the car wreck and thought damn.. no more DOC.. But the Helter Skelter album was the fuckin anti christ of rap music. So enjoy this excellent album now if you slept on it then. its new to you and you'll like it. I Put dough on it. Late!!

The DOC - Helter Skelter [1996]

01. Intro - (featuring Eddie Griffith)
02. Return of da Livin' Dead
03. From Ruthless to Death Row (Do We All Part)
04. Secret Plan
05. Komurshell (Mo Hair)
06. 4 My Doggs
07 ..45 Automatic
08. Songz O Light
09. Bitchez
10. Interlude - (featuring Voodoo Einstein)
11. Da Hereafter
12. Erotix Shit
13. Welcome to the New World
14. Killa Instinc
15. Komurshell
16. Brand New Formula
17. Outro
18. Crazy Bitchez - (bonus track)

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The 2 Live Crew " is what we are" [1986]

The 2 Live Crew Is What We Are
is the first album by hip-hop group the 2 live crew. It was released in 1986 on Skyywalker Records just to a great deal of controversy and promptly was certified gold by the RIAA. It includes the hits "We Want Some Pussy," "Throw the Dick," and "Cuttin' it Up." Bob Rosenberg, a south Florida DJ who would later form the dance-pop group Will To Power, remixed and edited the song "Beat Box". In Florida it was deemed obscene, and one store clerk was charged with Felony corruption of a minor for selling it to one 14-year-old girl. The clerk was later acquitted.

 this original 1986 release  You can  see the Luke Skywalker on the side panel of the truck, His name.
before George Lukas started crying.
The 2 live crew was responsible for the creation of that advisory stamp you see on many explicit albums today. and for the right to free speech in press. nice... i quote Luther Campbell "censorship is unamerican"
However today " explicit" means now one cuss word can deem an album " explicit"
Fuck them , fuck us and you. buy my fuckin albums

The 2 Live Crew " is what we are"
  1. "2 Live is What We Are..."
  2. "We Want Some Pussy"
  3. "Check It Out, Y'all" (Freestyle)
  4. "Get it, Girl"
  5. "Throw the Dick"
  6. "Cuttin' it Up"
  7. "Beat Box (remix)"
  8. "Mr. Mixx on the Mix!!"

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Get " As Nasty As They Wanna Be" Here

Poor Righteous Teachers - Rock Dis Funky Joint

While not as commercially successful as these albums, Holy Intellect received critical acclaim, and spawned the group's only major radio hit, "Rock Dis Funky Joint". PRT returned in 1991 with their second album, Pure Poverty. The album was not as commercially successful than their debut, and was not as acclaimed. The lead single "Shakiyla (JRH)", became a minor rap hit that year. Their third, and possibly most successful release to date, Black Business, was released in 1993. Sales were once again limited, but the album was a critical success. The album's lead single, "Nobody Move", received little radio airplay. Wise Intelligent released his first solo album, Killin' U for Fun, in early 1996, and was met with mixed reviews and no significant amount of sales, failing to reach any BillBoard album chart

Poor Righteous Teachers - Rock Dis Funky Joint
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Success -N- Effect - Roll It Up [1989]

Success-n-Effect was an Atlanta based hip hop group known for their controversial 1989 single "Roll It Up My Nigga". The group started out as part of a mixed tape crew named EDWARD J & THE J TEAM. King Edward J as he is referred to now is credited as being the original mixed tape king in Atlanta, Georgia. King Edward J is responsible for the 1st Generation of the J Team that included Edward J, Lady DJ, Dangerous D, MC Shy D, DJ Man, DJ Len, and Professor Lazy Rock. The 2nd Generation of the J Team which formed after DJ Len and Professor Lazy Rock signed their record deal included King Edward J, DJ Kizzy Rock, MC Jamm, Magic Mark, Playa Poncho, DJ Smurf A.K.A. (Mr. Collipark), Dee Most Def, Erica D, China, DJ Majesty, DJ Dlx, DJ T-Bone, DJ Jaycee(Ludacris' official DJ), and Tre Luv. Success-n-Effect's hit song used extreme racial language but ends on a positive anti-drug, pro-education message. The group is considered one of the more well known early political hip hop groups. DJ Len and Professor Lazy Rock were among its core members. They released 2 of their 3 albums on Ichiban Records.

All I can say is if you wasn't hip to this track you were sleeping and basically a retard and you need not listen to our genre of music fag.

So with that i give you an original 12" Vinyl Rip.

1. Success -N- Effect - Roll It Up - original 12" Vinyl Rip

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White Dawg - Right Here [2008] Video

White Dawgs first release was in 1999 "thug ride"
I enjoyed this album,not to mention it had that dirty south feel to it.
you can copp thug ride here

Visit white dawgs myspace here

Alot different than what we normally hear from dawg. But its true in this day of bootlegging its a fact that men do not buy music anymore but the girls still do. so let make them some records..

White Dawg - Right Here [Official Video 2008]

2 Live crew - Mama Juanita

2 Live crew - Mama Juanita

visit the official 2 Live crew myspace page here

2 Pac - 2Pacalypse Now [1991]

There is alot to say about 2 Pac, but one thing is certain. 2 Pac was a lyrical genius.
Any And All Info About Tupac (2 Pac) Shakur Can be found here.

In the late eighties, Shakur teamed up with Humpty-Hump (a.k.a. Eddie Humphrey, a.k.a. Gregory "Shock-G" Jacobs) and other Oakland-based rappers to create Digital Underground, a band intent on massive bass beats and frenetic, Parliament-Funkadelic-style rhythms. In 1990, the group released its debut and best album, Sex Packets, a pulsating testament to the boogie power of hip-hop, featuring two classic tracks, "Humpty Dance" and "Doowutchyalike." After an EP of re-mixes in 1991, D.U. released Sons of the P and, the following year, The Body-Hat Syndrome, all on Tommy Boy Records.

In 1992, Shakur entered a most fruitful five year period. He broke free of D.U. and made his solo debut, 2Pacalypse Now, a gangsta rap document that put him in the notorious, high-speed lane to stardom. That same year he starred in Juice, an acclaimed low-budget film about gangs which saw some Hollywood success. In 1993, he recorded and released Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., an album that found Shakur crossing over to the pop charts. Unfortunately, he also found himself on police blotters, when allegations of a violent attack on an off-duty police officer and sexual misconduct arose.

2 Pac - 2Pacalypse Now [1991]

01 - Young Black Male
02 - Trapped
03 - Souljas Story
04 - I Don't Give A Fuck
05 - Violent
06 - Words Of Wisdom
07 - Something Wicked
08 - Crooked Ass Nigga
09 - If My Homie Calls
10 - Brenda's Got A Baby
11 - Tha' Lunatic
12 - Rebel Of The Underground
13 - Part Time Mutha

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This album is perfect quality just move files
from part 2 folder over to part 1 folder after D.L

Ice T - Power [1988]

The legendary gangsta hip-hop emcee Ice-T was born Tracy Marrow on February 16, 1958, in Newark, New Jersey. He moved to Los Angeles, California, to live with his paternal aunt after the death of his father while he was in the sixth grade; his mother had died earlier when he was in the third grade. His aunt lived in the South Los Angeles district of Crenshaw, colloquially referred to as South Central. He became immersed in the street life of the inner-city and eventually became a member of the West Side Rollin 30s Original Harlem Crips.

As riveting as Rhyme Pays was, Ice T did hold back a little and avoided being too consistently sociopolitical. But with the outstanding Power, the gloves came all the way off, and Ice didn't hesitate to speak his mind about the harsh realities of inner-city life. On "Drama," "Soul on Ice" (an homage to his idol Iceberg Slim), "High Rollers," and other gangsta rap gems, Ice embraces a first-person format and raps with brutal honesty about the lives of gang members, players, and hustlers. Ice's detractors took the songs out of context, arguing that he was glorifying crime. But he countered that, in fact, he was sending out an anti-crime message in a subliminal fashion and stressed that the criminals he portrayed ended up dead or behind bars. Another track that some misconstrued was "I'm Your Pusher," an interpretation of Curtis Mayfield's "Pusherman" that doesn't promote the use of drugs, but uses double entendres to make an anti-drug statement.

ICE T - POWER [1988]

1. Intro
2. Power
3. Drama
4. Heartbeat
5. The Syndicate
6. Radio Suckas
7. Im Your Pusher
8. Personal
9. Girls L.G.B.N.A.F
10. High Rollers
11. Grand Larceny
12. Soul On Ice
13. Outro

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Cool C - I Gotta Habit [1989]

Christopher Roney (born December 15th, 1969 in Philadelphia, PA), known by the Stage name Cool C, is an American rapper whose musical career peaked in the late 1980s.
A pair of 1988 singles for Hilltop and City Beat Records landed Roney a contract with Atlantic Records, where he released two full-length solo albums: his debut I Gotta Habit in 1989 (which included the hit title track and "Glamourous Life") and Life in the Ghetto, in 1990.

In 1996 Cool C killed a police officer in a robbery read more here.

Cool C - I Gotta Habit [1989]

01. Enemy Territory
02. Takin No Shorts - The Gambler
03. Get Loose On
04. Mary Go Round
05. C Is Cool
06 I'm Not Impressed
07. I Gotta Habit
08. Glamorous Life
09. Juice Crew Dis
10. All Hell Freeze
11 Down to the Grissle
12. Hilltop Scope

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Here is a video of "Glamourous Life"

2 Live Crew - As Nasty As They Wanna Be [1989]

The 2 Live Crew was arrested for performing music from As Nasty As They Wanna Be in an adults-only club, sparking charges by anti-censorship groups that the law enforcement officials were becoming over-zealous. There is not much doubt that this was true - Miami has one of the biggest pornography industries in the country, and it was obvious the moguls behind it were not being pursued with equal vigour, if they were being pursued at all.

These rap headline-makers from Miami, Florida (via California) became unlikely figures in a media censorship debate when, in June 1990, As Nasty As They Wanna Be was passed sentence on by a judge in Broward County, Florida. In the process it became the first record in America to be deemed legally obscene.

" Im a big fan of The 2 Live Crew so ill be posting all the albums."

2 Live Crew - As Nasty As They Wanna Be [1989]

01. Me So Horny
02. Put Her In The Buck
03. D.K. Almighty
04.C'mon Babe
05. Dirty Nursery Rhymes
06. Break It On Down
07. 2 Live Blues
08. I Ain't Bullsh...n'
09. Get Loose Now
10. F--k Shop, The
11. If You Believe In Having Sex
12. My Seven Bizzos
13. Get The F--k Out Of My House
14. Reggae Joint
15. Fraternity Record
16. Bad A-- B---h
17. Mega Mixx III
18. Coolin'

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NWA - 100 Miles And Runnin' [1991]

100 Miles and Runnin'
was the first N.W.A. album after Ice Cube had left the group a year earlier, and the group makes numerous sardonic references to its former member. On the title track, Dre states "It started with five one couldn't take it / So now there's four 'cause the fifth couldn't make it" to dismiss Ice Cube as a coward, and on the song "Real Niggaz" MC Ren states "Only reason niggaz picked up your record is cause they thought it was us", referring to the success of Ice Cube's first solo album Amerikkas Most Wanted which had been released earlier that year. Ice Cube would respond to these attacks on his 1991 album Death Certificate.

100 Miles And Runnin' [1991]
{Record Rip}

01. 100 miles and runnin'
02. Just Dont Bite It
03. Sa Prize (Part 2)
04. Real Niggaz
05. Kamurshol

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The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick [1988]

In June 2002, after performing on a Caribbean cruise ship, Rick was arrested by the INS as he re-entered the United States through Florida. He was promptly told that he was being deported because he is a British citizen; since he had been born in London and moved to the States as a youth. In 1996, a law was passed which called for foreigners convicted of violent felonies to be deported, a ruling which was more vigorously enforced amid heightened security concerns after the 09/11/2001 W.T.C Attacks. Rick was continuously refused bail, but after 17 months in prison he was released on November 7, 2003.

Rumours suggested that Rick The Ruler planned to release a new album, "The Adventure Continues," in 2007. However, in a recent XXL Magazine interview, he denied the claim. Rick is supposedly "waiting for a market to open up for a mature audience."

The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick [1988]

Treat Her Like a Prostitute
2. The Ruler's Back
3. Children's Story
4. The Moment I Feared
5. Let's Get Crazy
6. Indian Girl (Adult Story)
7. Teenage Love
8. Mona Lisa
9.Kit (What's the Scoop)
10.Hey Young World
11.Teacher, Teacher
12.Lick the Balls

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Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill [1986]

The band recorded Licensed To Ill in 1986 and released the album at the end of the year. It was a smash success, and was favorably reviewed by Rolling Stone magazine with the now-famous headline, "Three Idiots Create a Masterpiece."Licensed To Ill became the best selling rap album of the 1980s and the first rap album to go #1 on the Billboard album chart, where it stayed for five weeks. It also reached #2 on the Urban album charts. It was Def Jam's' fastest selling debut record to date and sold over five million copies. The first single from the album, Fight for your right" reached #7 on the BillBoard Hot 100, and the video (directed by Ric Menello) became an MTV staple.

Beastie Boys Licensed To Ill [1986]

1. Rhymin' and Stealin'
2. New Style
3. She's Crafty
4. Posse in Effect
5. Slow Ride
7.Fight For Your Right
8.No Sleep till Brooklyn
9.Paul Revere
10.Hold It Now, Hit It
11.Brass Monkey
12.Slow and Low
13.Time to Get Ill

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White Dawg - Thug Ride [1999]

Thug Ride is one of the few albums with the potential to offend absolutely anyone who hears it. First off, White Dawg (emphasis on white) repeatedly refers to himself and his merry band of hooligans as "niggas." Second, White Dawg just can't contain his condescending attitude towards women. Consider the song titles "Wuz Up Bitch" and "I Could F*ck You."

I know White Dawg and i will say this is a guy that is steady on the grind.
He is always looking for that next hustle.. True rap pioneer.
Much respect for White Dawg .... Bizerk Da Jerk


01. Trademark (Interlude)
02. Bounce & Jump
03. I Could Fuck You
04. Bring It On
05. Skraten' Up, Pt. 1
06. Wuz up Bitch
07. Lay 'Em Down
08. It's All Gravy
09. Young & Restless
10. Get 'Em
11. This Is How We Ride
12. Live Sex (Interlude)
13. Who Run Shit
14. Is It Wrong
15. Games Players Play
16. 666-13
17. Yes Sir
18. 7 Days a Week
19. Skraten' Up, Pt. 2
20. I Just Wanna Get High

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Eminem - Black Amerika

Classic eminem songs mashed up with some rather decent beats.
It gets a bit nuts in there but all in all i liked it , sure you will too.
i will say this is a nice mixtape.. its a must have for shady lovers.

Stackhouse Recordings
Presents Eminem - Black Amerika-2009

01. Intro-MF
02. Black Amerika ft. Ludacris & Barack Obama
03. Who Else ft. Nas
04. The Moment
05. When I'm On Tour
06. Take Me ft. Jay-Z & Asher Roth
07. Soldier
08. I'm Sorry Debbie ft. Kim Mathers & Debbie Nelson
09. 3 A.M. Produced by Dr. Dre
10. Can't Forget U ft. Dr. Dre
11. Captain Save a Hoe
12. Interlude
13. You're A Rockstar
14. We Made You Produced by Dr. Dre & Eminem
15. Follow Me ft. Busta Rhymes
16. Do It Again ft. Biggie & Dr. Dre
17. In Control ft. 50 cent
18. Tupac Speaks
19. I Can't Fall ft. Tupac
20. Death Becomes Me
21. Feelings
22. Eminem Speaks
23. Slim Shady
24. My Conscience ft. Dr. Dre
25. I Could Care Less
26. Love Me ft. Kanye West & Beanie Sigel
27. What U Gonna Do ft. Dr. Dre, Obie Trice, Malice (The Clipse) & Jay-Z
28. My Mentor & I ft. Dr. Dre
29. Hush Little Baby
30. Low Down & Dirty
31. Filthy
32. Hate Me Now Freestyle
33. If I Get Locked Up Tonight ft. Dr. Dre
34. Outro

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M.C. A.D.E. (born Adrian Hines in Miami, Florida) is an American musician who pioneered bass music and is best remembered for the songs "Bass Rock Express" (1985) - a track often considered to be the first Miami bass record and "Bass Mechanic", both of which are seminal examples of Miami bass. He recorded on the 4-Sight record label, which was owned by his father Billy Hines. His name stands for Adrian Does Everything, which refers to the fact that he both rapped and produced his own records.

Just Somethin To Do - 1987

01 - I don't care
02 - Bass machanic
03 - D.j. Eddie B
04 - Nightmare bonus
05 - Bass Rock Express (inst.)
06 - Party
07 - Rockin all over
08 - Transformer
09 - Romantic ryme
10 - Shake - a - lot (The Whip)

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M.C. A.D.E. (born Adrian Hines in Miami, Florida) is an American musician who pioneered bass music and is best remembered for the songs "Bass Rock Express" (1985) - a track often considered to be the first Miami bass record and "Bass Mechanic", both of which are seminal examples of Miami bass. He recorded on the 4-Sight record label, which was owned by his father Billy Hines. His name stands for Adrian Does Everything, which refers to the fact that he both rapped and produced his own records.


01 - Go a.d.e.
02 - How much can you take
03 - To the fans
04 - Sex crime drugs
05 - Hit harder
06 - Da train
07 - A.d.e. got it goin on
08 - Lyric licking
09 - Money houndin hos
10 - Physician
11 - Its crazy
12 - Control

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