DJ Jazzy Jeff ‎– The Return Of The Magnificent

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Rapster Records ‎– RR0068LP
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A1 Hip Hop
Featuring – Twone Gabz
A2 Let Me Hear U Clap
Featuring – Pos
A3 Run That Back
Featuring – Black Ice (4), Eshon Burgundy
A4 The Definition
Featuring – Kel Spencer
B1 Touch Me Wit Ur Handz
Featuring – Chinah Blac
B2 Jeff N Fess
Featuring – Rhymefest
B3 Practice
Featuring – J-Live
B4 Supa Jean
Featuring – Jean Grae
C1 The Garden
Featuring – Big Daddy Kane
C2 She Was So Flyy
Featuring – Kardinal Offishall
C3 Hold It Down
Featuring – Method Man
C4 All I Know
Featuring – C.L. Smooth
D1 Go See The Doctor 2k7
Featuring – Twone Gabz
D2 My Soul Ain't 4 Sale
Featuring – Raheem DeVaughn
D3 Come On
Featuring – Dave Ghetto
D4 Brand New Funk 2k7
Featuring – Peedi Peedi

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 730003906817

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RR0068 CDX DJ Jazzy Jeff The Return Of The Magnificent(CD, Album) Rapster Records RR0068 CDX Germany 2007 Sell This Version
RR0068CD DJ Jazzy Jeff The Return Of The Magnificent(CD, Album) Rapster Records RR0068CD Germany 2007 Sell This Version
RR0068CDP DJ Jazzy Jeff The Return Of The Magnificent(CD, Promo, Cle) Rapster Records RR0068CDP US 2007 Sell This Version
RR0068CDP DJ Jazzy Jeff The Return Of The Magnificent(CD, Album, Promo, Ind) Rapster Records RR0068CDP Germany 2007 Sell This Version
RR0068CD, none DJ Jazzy Jeff The Return Of The Magnificent(CD, Album) Rapster Records, BBE RR0068CD, none US 2007 Sell This Version

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Motherbox

Motherbox

December 9, 2011
Unfortunately the LP version DOES NOT have the skits, which IMHO glues the whole thing together. It's supposed to be JJ taking a road trip to pick up his son in a rental car that only has a radio. Along the way, he "tunes in" to find the tracks on the album, and while traveling gets into certain scenarios that put his fame, or lack thereof, on the table. The best is the phone call to Will Smith's office where nobody there seems to know who he is or why he is calling. After finally getting through to Will, he asks him if anybody ever asks him "Where Jazzy Jeff at?" The ensuing conversation is funny and heartbreaking at the same time. It's really a bummer they did not include those on the LP.
gibo33

gibo33

March 3, 2010
VERY disappointed with this. Jazzy Jeff can do much better!