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  • Reel Chemistry: The Anthology

    The cliche "ahead of their time" is way over used, especially in music. But sometimes, just sometimes, it truly applies. Jawn P., MC/DJ Force and DJ Gemini, together known as Top Choice Clique, played an integral part in building the late 80s / early 90s Boston Hip Hop scene before Edo. G and The Almighty RSO came along and finished the job. They are most well known for their "Substitution" borrowing single "Peace Of Mind" that has garnered praise for almost two decades from the likes of original leaflet Source Magazine, supreme rockers Extreme...

    • ASIN: B0001QNHQM
    • UPC: 765481009125

  • 90's Dance Party Hits - The Best Of The 90's Dance Music


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  • The Greatest Hits You Never Heard: A Decade of Underground Musical Art (1999-2009) [Explicit]


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  • Eminem: Rebirth


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  • Vinyl Records Albums, 6 Bowl set. U pic choice of genres or decades. Wedding, Housewarming, Party decor. 50s 60s 70s 80s. Hip Hop movie soundtracks classical oldies country Christian Musical Broadway

    Vinyl Record bowls makes for mod home & office décor, unique gift baskets, useful housewares, "catch-all containers". Also great gifts (wedding, housewarming, birthdays, anniversaries...), and/or as party décor and/or favors! Yes you can personalize by selecting the genre/decade from the drop down menu!. Give a set of 6, or break up the set to provide a unique gift to several folks. RECYCLING ROCKS. Respectfully Refashioned Repurposed Reloved Record Bowls This is a set of 6! (Solo bowls individually can cost $12-30 each!). BEST SELLER/G...

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    • Color: Black vinyl, with colorful labels. Approximately 10 inches at their widest points at top, the inside bottom is 4.5 inches in diameter, and sloped walls are almost 4 inches tall. Record center holes are open, (7mm, 1/4" diameter).
    • Brand: Earth Sky and You

  • UrsulaA Child's Nightwish Endless Forms Most Beautiful Cotton Tees for Girls/Boys T-Shirt Black 3 Toddler

    Our Cute Kid's Tee Comes With A High Quality Screen Print Logo That Will Not Fade. Our Tee Is Machine Washable And Makes A Great Gift For The Kid's.

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  • Kurt Cobain (Nirvana) - Artist of The Decade - Rolling Stone Magazine - #812 - May 13, 1999 - The Essential Recordings of The 90s

    Fantastic Issue of Rolling Stone Magazine featuring Kurt Cobain of Nirvana on the cover.

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  • It's easy to bemoan the Grammy Awards, particularly when it comes to the committee's understanding of rap. The first winner of the Best Rap Record was "Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, so what do they know. Well, more than one might think, as evidenced by the track listing of nominees on this surprisingly beguiling collection. Everyone from Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott to Dr. Dre to, yes, Grammy fave Will Smith is represented on this compilation. They might even have selected the best hip-hop song of 1999 in The Roots' "The Next Movement." The Philly Crew appears again for their luscious collaboration with Erykah Badu "You Got Me." Eminem's "My Name Is" for all its unabashed white-boy rap leanings, was hard to hate, let alone ignore. Then there's Nas' "I Am" to account for the harder-edged contingent. Okay, some important artists of 1999 are overlooked; there's nothing by Mos Def, Pharoah Monche, or any of the various Wu-Tangers who released top-notch albums during 1999. However, for those who might doubt the Grammys, this compilation is eye-opening. Then again, looking back, "Parents Just Don't Understand" was pretty fun at the time.

    GRAMMY RAP NOMINEES 2000 [PA]

    • UPC: 3463394

  • Bowery Electric: Martha Schwendener (vocals, various instruments); Lawrence Chandler (various instruments, programming, samples, scratches).Recorded at Electric Sound, Brooklyn, New York.When Lawrence Chandler and Martha Schwendener first spiked Bowery Electric's gorgeous wash of dream-pop guitars and voices with looped hip-hop beats, the New York-based duo was a few steps ahead of the game. The music world eventually caught up, trip-hop happened, and the combination proffered by 1996's landmark BEAT quickly became commonplace. LUSHLIFE, Bowery Electric's belated follow-up, strikes back with stronger songs and sharper production, bucking the trip-hop trend.LUSHLIFE's after-dark cityscape incorporates the best atmospheric elements of hip-hop, dub, downtempo, and soundtrack design. Profound basslines burrow beneath velvety string swatches ("Deep Blue," "Lushlife") and organ shimmers, guitars glittering everywhere like motes of stardust. Chandler's programming and production match the sparse, spooky eloquence of the RZA's Wu-Tang work, particularly on "Psalms of Survival," "Saved," and the album finale "Passages." Schwendener's vocals drift dreamily, surveying an unbroken neon skyline of samples, scratches, and breakbeats. The sweet pop snarl of "Freedom Fighter" makes for an ideal single, though the song seems slightly at odds with the album's finely tuned melancholic mood.

    LUSHLIFE *

    • UPC: 3482587

  • Producers include: Steely & Clevie, Shane Richards, Danny Brownie, D. Juvenile, Donovan Germain.Mr. Vegas, born Clifford Smith, was once a smooth-voiced singer known in Jamaica for his sweet tone. However, a fight one night at a recording studio--over the ownership of a DAT tape--resulted in Smith's jaw being broken with an iron pipe. After a few weeks in the hospital with his jaw wired shut, he ordered the wiring removed and came back with a new vocal style combining rap with singing. HEADS HIGH is a typical dancehall album in the sense that lyrically, it is mostly concerned with women, braggadocio, and "cabin stabbin." However, HEADS HIGH is an interesting album. Mr. Vegas's vocal style is not only well suited to the genre but has a distinctive tone all its own, which Mr. Vegas creates by semi-singing his raps. The beats are well done and quite varied across the 20 tracks. This album's title track was a huge hit, holding at No. 1 on the U.K. charts for 10 weeks and becoming a staple in any hip-hop DJ's reggae sets. Mr. Vegas was nominated as Best International Reggae Act for England's 1998 MOBO awards. Not bad for a rookie effort.

    Format: Music CD, Greensleeves Records. Rock music CD release from Mr. Vegas with the album Heads High. Released on the lKel Greensleeves Records. Reggae music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is fully

    • UPC: 3481281

  • Personnel: Common Sense (vocals); Tony Orbach (saxophone); Lenny Underwood (keyboards); Kenny Aaronson (bass); Twilite Tone, Tarsha Jones (background vocals); Immenslope, Rayshel.Producers: Immenslope, The Beat Nuts, Twilite Tone.The first album by Chicago MC Common, CAN I BORROW A DOLLAR?, is widely accepted in hip-hop's underground as a classic. Raw cuts like "Blows to the Temple" demonstrate why, and give listeners a glimpse at a legend in the making.With CAN I BORROW A DOLLAR?, a younger, more careless Common was simply out to demonstrate his talents to a nation obsessed with New York and L.A. rap. The lo-fi beat structure of the album is reminiscent of the music of the early '90s, when heavy jazz and funk influences dominated East Coast hip-hop. Though the disc is layered with gritty beats and samples that now seem familiar, they seem vibrant when put into context with other material of the same era. The Beatnuts offer one of their early productions on "Heidi Hoe," a track that may shock listeners who are used to Common's more reflective, socially aware lyrics of today. While certainly not his best work, die-hard fans won't be disappointed.

    Common - Can I Borrow A Dollar (CD NEW)Label: RelativityFormat: CD MODRelease Date: 06 Oct 1992No. of Discs: 1UPC: 088561108427Album Tracks1. A Penny For My Thoughts2. Charms Alarm3. Take It EZ4. Heidi Hoe5. Breaker 1/96.

    • UPC: 3464472

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    • UPC: 453754956

  • Personnel: Grand Puba, Sadat X, Michelle Valdes Valentin (vocals); Jay Nicholas (bass); Rick Posada (programming); Kid (background vocals).Producers: Mark Spark, Chris "Shuga" Liggio, Alamo, Dante Ross.Where will rap music be in the year 2000? Maybe it's just a passing fad that will soon be forgotten, or maybe it'll prove to be the basis for a greater portion of pop music. Whichever might be the case, on his second solo album, 2000, Grand Puba looks into the future, and suggests that his music is on a level to survive the evolution. Undoubtedly a voice of rap's old school, Puba makes adjusting to hip-hop's changing phases look easy.Since his days with Masters Of Ceremony, Maxwell Dixon (aka Grand Puba, a name that signifies he's the man in charge) has barely modified his lyrical style, sticking with his outrageous metaphoric humor and sing-songy flow. Puba best exercises these skills on "Amazing," combining his own rhymes with brief homemade imitations of other artists' material. Obviously one who works well with others, Grand Puba reunites with Sadat X for "Play It Cool," medicine for those still suffering because of his departure from Brand Nubian. Puba also further explores the rap/vocal duet territory he staked on Mary J. Blige's first album, coming through with "Back Stabbers," featuring Michelle Valdes Valentin.The music of 2000 represents a more mature hip-hop, and comes ready to tickle its listeners while still managing to make heads nod.

    GRAND PUBA - 2000

    • UPC: 3462408

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