Saturday, April 28, 2012


Picked up 4 records. 3 singles and 1 album. Amoeba Music has a lot of dope Hip Hop. Even saw some Death Grips (The Money Store AND Exmilitary for like 20 bucks), and Common's new album, Danny Brown's XXX, Blu and Exile's joint.

Schoolly D - Another Sign (1993); I already reviewed the album and the song, that I had copped on tape. There's a non-LP remix included on there, produced by the legendary engineer/producer Joe "The Butcher" Nicolo.

A1. Another Sign [LP Version]
A2. Another Sign [Radio Version]

B1. Another Sign [Rollin' In My 64 Mix]
B2. Another Sign [Instrumental]

Black Moon - Who Got The Props (1993); Some classic shit from Black Moon, produced by Da Beatminerz. This is their first single released on wax in 1992.

A1. Who Got the Props [Evil Dee's Deadly Mix]
A2. Who Got the Props [Evil Dee's Deadly Mix Instr.]
A3. Who Got the Props  MW Smooth Mix]

B1. F**K It Up [Rugged and Ruff Mix]
B2.  F**K It Up [Rugged and Ruff Mix Instr.]
B3. Who Got the Props [MW Smooth Mix Instr.]

Souls of Mischief - That's When Ya Lost (Bootleg); A bootleg by Archive Records Inc. A dope classic, but the main reason why I picked up this record is the unreleased classic Cab Fare. If you haven't heard, check it out. Please.

A1. That's When Ya Lost [Album]
A2. That's When Ya Lost [Instrumental]
A3. That's When Ya Lost [Remix]

B1. Rock It Like That [Album]
B2. Rock It Like That [Instrumental]
B3. Cab Fare [Album]

Common - One Day It'll All Make Sense (1997); Ten bucks, double vinyl. Could not pass. I still need to the C and D sides of the album. But don't worry, I got a review coming up.

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