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A Complete History of Hip Hop part 2 - The Big Beat Years 1984 -1987 vol.1

BrettJayB on December 18, 2011 17:35

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    Remixed and cleaned up. Got rid of the compression. Happy now! Still some variations in levels, but that's what you get with tracks that are nearly 30 years old!! Jeez!

    Classic, raw old school Hip Hop (version 2)

    Tracklisting:
    Intro – National Fresh Capital Radio 1987
    MC Lyte – I Cram to Understand You
    Biz Markie – Biz is Goin Off
    LL Cool J – I Can’t Live Without My Radio
    Marley Marl – He Cuts so Fresh
    Public Enemy – Miuzi Weighs a Ton
    MC Shan – The Bridge
    Steady B – Bring the Beat Back
    Schoolly D – Put your Fila’s on
    Run DMC – Jam Master Jay
    Run DMC – Sucker MCs
    Eric B & Rakim – Eric B is President
    Boogie Down Productions – Poetry # 1
    Original Concept – Can you Feel It
    Beastie Boys – The New Style (instrumental)
    Krown Rulers – Call Me the New Sire
    AudioTwo – Top Billin’
    T La Rock – This Beat Kicks
    T La Rock – Breakin Bells
    Just Ice – Put that Record Back On
    N.W.A – Dopeman
    Skinny Boys – Rip the Cut
    Run DMC – My Adidas
    Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – It’s a Demo (original 12”)
    Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud – Do the James
    Big Daddy Kane – Get Into It
    Koas – Court Is In Session
    Ultramagnetic MCs – Funky (original 12”)
    Eric B & Rakim – Move the Crowd (Wild Bunch Remix)
    Outro – Mike Allen Shout-outs National Fresh 87ish

    Part 2 of my mission to document a complete history of Hip Hop. This one covers 1984-1987 the advent of the big arsed beat! It was supposed to cover 1988 too, but Hip Hop, as it did back then evolved yet again and became much more technical and lyrical, so that will be covered in part 3 (my favourite period!) Saying that though, 2 out of my fave3 tracks are included in this one, Funky and Eric B for President. Crackly, noisy, out of time and badly produced but absolute classic raw Hip Hop. Enjoy......

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