Intelligent Hoodlum ‎– Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum

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Not On Label ‎– AND 001
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release
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A1 Shalom A Leck
A2 Hoodlum Intro
A3 Underground
A4 Funk Mode
A5 At Large
Co-producer – K-Def
A6 Death Row
Co-producer – K-Def
A7 Speech (Check Time)
Co-producer – DJ CoryProducer – Kool Tee, Shake City ProductionsVocals – Rafiyq
A8 Mad Brothas
B1 Pass The Teck
B2 Street Life
Producer – The Epitome Of Scratch
B3 Pump The Funk
B4 Role Model
Co-producer – DJ CoryProducer – Kool Tee, Shake City Productions
B5 The Posse
Producer – Mr. Freaknasti
B6 Grand Groove

Credits

  • ProducerK-Def (tracks: A1 to A4, A8, B1, B6), Marley Marl (tracks: A5, A6, A8, B3)

Notes

This record was most likely also sold as a bootleg double pack together with the Trends of Culture - Trendz album because the cat-no. is the same as on the other records. Record comes in a plain white stickered sleeve. The catalogue number is etched in the run-out groove.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
75021 5389 2 Intelligent Hoodlum Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum(CD, Album) A&M Records 75021 5389 2 US 1993 Sell This Version
395 389-2 Intelligent Hoodlum Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum(CD, Album) A&M Records 395 389-2 UK 1993 Sell This Version
RBCP-6006 Intelligent Hoodlum Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum(CD, Album, RE) Striding RBCP-6006 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
AND 001 Intelligent Hoodlum Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label AND 001 UK Unknown Sell This Version
CD 5389 Intelligent Hoodlum Tragedy - Saga Of A Hoodlum(CD, Album) A&M Records CD 5389 US 1993 Sell This Version

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November 22, 2008
This album is amazing ans should really have come out on a proper vinyl pressing back then, if not a full double vinyl then at least a good quality single one. It would have been a must have for any self respecting lover of Hip Hop music. At the time Westwood was playing some different mixes of the tracks that made it, an even larger 'at large' that I've never heard since amongst others, but the final LP versions are all massive. This bootleg, however, is very poor quality, I'd rather hear the album on CD than on this pressing as it's very quiet and the sound really flat. Hopefully it will get a double vinyl repress at some point as it still sounds dope vocally and musically and deserved a proper vinyl release more than a lot of half hearted Hip Hop records from back then did.