Jeru The Damaja ‎– The Sun Rises In The East

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Payday ‎– 697-124-011-1, FFRR ‎– 697-124-011-1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
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A1 Intro (Life) 0:50
A2 D.Original 3:35
A3 Brooklyn Took It 3:22
A4 Perverted Monks In Tha House (Skit) 1:13
B1 Mental Stamina
Featuring – Afu-Ra
2:21
B2 Da Bichez 3:51
B3 You Can't Stop The Prophet 3:54
C1 Perverted Monks In Tha House (Theme) 1:13
C2 Ain't The Devil Happy 3:44
C3 My Mind Spray 3:44
D1 Come Clean 3:58
D2 Jungle Music 3:50
D3 Statik 3:07

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Notes

Special limited edition double vinyl.

'Mental Stamina' contains a sample from "Sensitize" by Roy Ayers.
'My Mind Sprays' contains a sample from "Nautilus" by Bob James.
'Come Clean' contains a sample of "Throw Ya Gunz" by Onyx.

The Original 1st pressing has the red "FFRR" logo printed on the bottom of each label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 697-124011-1 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 769712401115
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 697-124-011-1-A MASTERDISK TD HUBTV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 697-124-011-1-B HUBTV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 697-124-011-1-C MASTERDISK TD HUBTV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 697-124-011-1-D

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
697-124-011-2 Jeru The Damaja The Sun Rises In The East(CD, Album) Payday, FFRR 697-124-011-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
697-124-011-2 Jeru The Damaja The Sun Rises In The East(CD, Album, RP) Payday, FFRR 697-124-011-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
P4 24011 Jeru The Damaja The Sun Rises In The East(Cass, Album, Club) Payday, FFRR P4 24011 US 1994 Sell This Version
697 124 011-1 Jeru The Damaja The Sun Rises In The East(2xLP, Album, RE, Ltd) Payday, FFRR 697 124 011-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
828 526-2 Jeru The Damaja The Sun Rises In The East(CD, Album) Payday, FFRR 828 526-2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

September 22, 2017
edited about 1 month ago
Ain't The Devil Happy
and My Mind Spray shocked my mind back then and still does. D.Original has really grown on me. But at the end of the day his skills are priceless! DJ Premier, Guru and Jeru. The three elements were always meant to bond and get some sounds out! The rhymes the beats are sick! And that album cover still bugs me out! But on a higher positive note. The middle 90s were so so good! ;)
Bigchamp69

Bigchamp69

February 13, 2017
No comments on this at all ? LOL .. Jeru's first album is a true classic. D.Original, Statik, Jungle Music and Come Clean are so well versed its at the time everyone else was struggling! This does not mean the rest is just good. I am just pointing out the tracks that rocked me when I first heard this piece of art. A must have album for any Real Hip Hop fan.