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The Groove Robbers Featuring DJ Shadow* / Chief Xcel - Hardcore (Instrumental) Hip Hop / Fully Charged On Planet X
submitted The Groove Robbers Featuring DJ Shadow* / Chief Xcel - Hardcore (Instrumental) Hip Hop / Fully Charged On Planet X. over 8 years ago
Tom Scott & The L.A. Express - Tom Cat
submitted Tom Scott & The L.A. Express - Tom Cat. over 8 years ago
Rotary Connection - Songs
submitted Rotary Connection - Songs. over 8 years ago
Eric B. & Rakim - I Ain't No Joke
submitted Eric B. & Rakim - I Ain't No Joke. over 8 years ago
Various - Beat Classic
posted a review of Various - Beat Classic. over 18 years ago
A disappointing release as many of the tracks are the instrumental or alternative vocal versions, but this fact is sadly not advertised on the cover. That, and the inexplicable censoring of "Beat Bop", make this feel like a wasted opportunity.
The Showboys - Drag Rap
posted a review of The Showboys - Drag Rap. over 18 years ago
This old school hip-hop track has had a surprising revival as the basis of numerous New Orleans 'Bounce' records. It is often referred to there as the 'Triggerman Beat'.
Mix Master Spade* And Compton Posse* - Genius Is Back
posted a review of Mix Master Spade* And Compton Posse* - Genius Is Back. over 18 years ago
There are (at least) two different labels for this release (see scans). Both releases have the same catalogue number and content.

Both releases have the following in the run-out groove indicating that they are the same pressing with a different... See full review
Ultra (4) - Pimp Fiction
posted a review of Ultra (4) - Pimp Fiction. over 18 years ago
This is a bootleg version of the Ultra album 'Big Time'. The only member of Ultramagnetic MC's on the record is Kool Keith, although Tim Dog did appear as a guest on some of their tracks e.g. "Chorus Line".
Automator* - A Much Better Tomorrow
posted a review of Automator* - A Much Better Tomorrow. over 19 years ago
This LP is an extended version of the 'A Better Tomorrow' EP (Ubiquity Records, 1996). The new tracks were recorded around the same time as the original EP, which was also the period he was working on the Dr. Octagon album with Kool Keith.