Sunday, March 01, 2009

More albums

Smif-N-Wessun - Dah Shinin' (1995)
Classic Boot Camp Clik. You like what you hear on this one check out Black Moon, Heltah Skeltah, and O.G.C.
http://www.mediafire.com/?9nzxmn7f72d





Buckwild - Remix Mixtape
Not an album per se, just a mixtape, but Buckwild is without a doubt one of the best hip-hop producers of all time. Mostly mid-90s remixes of tracks by Artifacts, AZ, Beastie Boys, Brand Nubian, Channel Live, Grand Puba, Guru, Kool Keith, Lance Da Booms, Lord Finesse, Nas, Organized Konfusion, Funkdoobiest, Show and AG, Special Ed, and Alkaholiks. And the Little Indian track is unbelievably good
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=J6PFD5IC


Scientifik - Criminal (1994)
Boston hip-hop with stacked production credits from Diamond D, Buckwild, RZA, and Ed O.G. "Jungles of da East" is so damn good
http://www.mediafire.com/?kamjzwtmrwc






Sleestack'z - Behind the Iron Curtain (1996)
Crew out of Atlanta, released one sweet album and disappeared. 4 nice MCs over some of the most blunted tracks ever
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SRSH7OXQ





Lords of the Underground - Keepers of the Funk (1994)
Just pull this off the stacks and put it on the radio
http://www.sendspace.com/file/sxbdix

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2 Comments:

At 2:25 AM, Blogger Midnight Cowboy said...

dapper dan keep sending this shit from across the pond

 
At 12:41 AM, Anonymous Nouralkudsi said...

Buckwild remix wasn't as successful as I thought it would turn out to be. His originals had better quality, and didn't have as much "cussing" in them. Maybe he's trying to change his style, but I wasn't impressed. The mid 90's remix of the beastie boys was well done. I was never a huge fan of the beastie boys, but this remix made me change my mind. It wasn't a humorous song, and people could actually dance to it. The little indian track was very successful. I was really impressed with Alkaholics this year. Their debut into 2009 blew everyone away. I was really impressed, and I plan to see their concert this summer in Utah.

 

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