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EPMDUnfinished Business

Label:Fresh Records – LPRE-92012
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Boom Bap

Tracklist

X1So Wat Cha Sayin'4:15
X2Total Kaos4:00
X3Get The Bozack4:05
X4Jane II3:15
X5Please Listen To My Demo2:40
X6It's Time 2 Party4:31
X7Who's Booty4:10
Y1The Big Payback4:15
Y2Strictly Snappin' Necks4:20
Y3Knick Knack Patty Wack
Guest [Special Guest]K-Solo
5:50
Y4You Had Too Much To Drink
FeaturingFrank-B
GuitarCharlie Marotta
5:10
Y5It Wasn't Me, It Was The Fame6:00
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Credits

Notes

Hype Sticker is removable.

Label reads "It's Time To Party" for track X6 and "It Wasn't Me, It Was Fame" for track Y5.

Issued with printed inner sleeve showing label and merchandise catalogue.

℗©1989 Fresh Records

Direct Metal Mastering (DMM)

Some copies came with a hype sticker added to the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 3119-92012-1 3
  • Barcode (UPC scanned): 031199201213
  • Barcode (EAN scanned): 0031199201213
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side X): LPRE-92012X
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side Y): LPRE-92012Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side X, etched): LPRE 92012-X DMM SP1-2 "GET THE BOYOYOZACK!!!" MASTERDISK DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side Y, etched): LPRE 92012-Y-DMM SP1-2 "DON'T LET ME CATCH YA SLEEPING"
  • Rights Society (Publisher): ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 29)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Unfinished Business (LP, Album)Sleeping Bag RecordsSBUKLP 8UK1989
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Unfinished Business (CD, Album)Fresh RecordsCDRE-92012US1989
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Unfinished Business (CD, Album, Misprint)BCM Records50315Germany, Austria, & Switzerland1989
Unfinished Business (LP, Album)BCM RecordsBCM 33315Germany, Austria, & Switzerland1989
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Unfinished Business (Cassette, Album)Sleeping Bag RecordsSBUKMC 8UK1989

Reviews

  • MentallyMad's avatar
    MentallyMad
    Edited 12 years ago
    This album was definately one of rap's best in 1989. This was one of the more anticipated LP's, and it did more than live up to the hype! I got a sneak peek at a few tracks prior to it's release, and this made the anticipation worse for me. I heard "So Wat Cha Sayin" before the single came out, and I also heard a track with the "Total Kaos" music, but the lyrics from a different track, which I believe was "Get The Bozack". Obviously they changed that track later on. Once the LP finally dropped, EPMD was live on the Marley Marl In Control Rap show that same week in August, and PMD said the LP went gold after only 7 days! He joked about changing the lyrics on "So Wat Cha Sayin" to "7 Days Later, The LP Went Gold...So Wat Cha Sayin!" From beginning to end, I had a problem listening to only two tracks, which was great for a whole LP back then. They were "It's time 2 party" and "You Had Too Much To Drink". I found out later that Sleeping Bag was responsible for adding "It's Time 2 Party", as almost all rap LP's at that time had a hip-house track, and this LP was to be no different. "You Had Too Much To Drink" was funny the first couple of times you heard it, but it got old fast. I'm not surprised Sleeping Bag records folded early in 1990, especially after deciding those TWO tracks needed to be the next single after "The Big Payback". I was dumbfounded when I got that one in the record pool! They picked the worst two tracks from a great LP, when they had the luxury of still having so many other great tracks they could have used for the next single. Imagine having a remix, or even an instrumental for "Knick Knack Patty Wack"!? Or what about "It Wasn't Me It Was The Fame" or "Strictly Snappin' Necks"? It's water under the bridge now, but even Sleeping Bag would not have been able to screw up this LP, It was Great then, and it still is.

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