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Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth - Funky Technician Instrumentals (Sampler Snippets)

Slice Of Spice on September 27, 2012 17:23

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    SSR-007 - Deluxe x2 LP on 180 gram vinyl

    Slice Of Spice and Underboss Ent. bring you the long awaited "Funky Technician Instrumentals" on double 180 gram vinyl. Packaged in an incredible gatefold jacket with Joe Buck cover art, and additional Mr. Krum design, this limited edition vinyl release is not to be missed.

    Check for the special edition gold vinyl version, individually gold foil numbered #1-250.

    NOW AVAILABLE: http://sliceofspice.bigcartel.com/category/lord-finesse

    Released by: Slice Of Spice
    Release/catalogue number: SSR-007
    Release date: Sep 21, 2012

    53 Comments

    35 timed comments and 18 regular comments

    • You Sound Great Mate
      You Sound Great Mate at 4.15 on March 19, 2013 05:25

      Loving these funky fresh beats

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    • elowthefunkyeditor
      elowthefunkyeditor at 4.31 on December 09, 2012 13:48

      Damn, where's the snippet of 'Bad Mutha' ?, has always been my favorite track. Anyway, that LP is classic. The price should be givin to a cat which has never listened to that LP before. Keep the culture alive. peace

    • FIVEALIVE
      FIVEALIVE on December 05, 2012 07:20

      I see a lotta talk on forums and blogs
      disrespectin finesse your not personally involved
      he got an ample cause to take legal action because
      this kid schemed on the low like he alpha dog
      fans talkin out they ass
      but don't know the sample laws
      and this ain't white or black
      this is right and wrong
      at S.O.B.'s you got caught stealin a song
      so cmon mother f*cker cmon
      I mean mac miller? he a wack wigga
      rhyme on classics
      but all you make is track filler
      I know it ain't ya style to spaz and play killer
      but even white nerds can be fake ass n*ggaz
      you hip-hop? I say hardly
      say Ls the best
      but you never even studied his body
      I only know one arty, and thats party
      so f*ck ya security meathead fake john gotti
      some n*ggaz live this sh*t, its just your lil hobby
      and to all who think the lord is pulling a robbery
      learn about intellectual digital property
      honestly he denied givin this man his credit properly
      f*ck the contest, jus had to rep for finesse honorably

    • deejaymoody
      deejaymoody at 2.32 on December 03, 2012 21:47

      One thing that always made the Lord one of my favorites was that anytime I was playing any of his 12" records in the lab practicing or getting a set ready for a party was I would get just as into the music as the lyrics. Sick beats to cut or remix to, and a class act since day one. Best producer on the mic..period. Would love a signed joint of these beats to my near complete vinyl collection of Lord Finesse. Salure.

    • djnicetoulouse
      djnicetoulouse on December 03, 2012 16:40

      old school, new school, it s not the question. here, we speak about real hip hop. Peace to Lord Finesse and Mike Smooth for this project which lived, live, and will live in the future like all real music... peace from France...

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    • samsiviliar
      samsiviliar at 0.04 on November 30, 2012 15:48

      Blessed be the LORD, the God of N.Y., from everlasting even to everlasting. Then all the people said, "D.I.T.C.," and praised the LORD ... 1 Chron 16:34-36.

    • AtzeFlash
      AtzeFlash at 3.06 on November 29, 2012 21:18

      ...for all over the World!!! One love ! I will not learn hate! Keep this shit rolling!

    • Supreme Wille
      Supreme Wille at 2.06 on November 28, 2012 23:48

      Oh Lord, this track is so Smooth and Finesse.

    • KidCrateDigger
      KidCrateDigger at 1.58 on November 28, 2012 18:43

      Finesse got that funk for your soul yo!

    • sheistyson
      sheistyson at 0.09 on November 28, 2012 10:18

      At First, the creator of many loved beats and lyrical lines, discoverer of my favorite artist in the game and maybe in near future, enabler of my favorite repertoire?

    • haze3000
      haze3000 on November 27, 2012 22:15

      finesse, one of the greatest and most influential lyrical innovators of his time. his rhyme style truly embraced the blues dichotomy, a perfectly woven and executed puzzle that left no piece without its place. simple yet undeniably soulful, the styles that he pioneered would become part of the foundation of the d.i.t.c. crews' lyrical prowess in the 90's. his style was embraced and taken to celestial heights by the late big l as well as other members of the legendary d.i.t.c. one could almost say he birthed the rhyme style that would dominate hip-hop coming from the bronx during the 90's. and if you didn't know, he was also one of the great beat craftsmen to emerge during that time. you betta ask somebody...

    • DopeOnWax
      DopeOnWax on November 27, 2012 20:11

      I instantly became a fan of Lord Finesse and DITC crew as a teenager in the 90's because they represent the full spectrum of Hip-Hop. They are students of Hip-Hop, were there for the early stages and respect the whole culture from graffiti, break-dancing, rapping to djing. Because of this unique experience they make sure all these elements are represented in the art they create. This gives the listener and end user a deeper experience as well, whether it's listening to the battle rhymes of Lord Finesse or admiring the album cover art of a legendary Bronx artist. I think the name DITC represents not just working hard and getting your hands dirty to find the best and most obscure beats but to "Dig in the Crates" with everything you do. Not to look for the easy way out but to study the past and learn how to build on it and improve it. Viva DITC!

    • Grimlock General
      Grimlock General at 0.00 on November 27, 2012 19:30

      YO NESS don't need the instrumentals...better you and Show drop a cot damn MILANO album already and what s up with the Underboss and RMX LP? peace

    • Dj RekeR
      Dj RekeR at 2.37 on November 27, 2012 17:54

      truly one of the most inspiring artists out there. Lord finesse is the ONLY brotha who keeps me calm, and relaxed while listening to his music. i have some of your vinyl, and its almost like putting on some bob marley, except in hip-hop form. Gritty, yet smooth beats, and an ACTUAL hip-hop flow that works EVERYTIME. when i see you have a new release coming out i get excited, even if its a reissue. Thanks for all the videos , vinyl, music, and EVERYTHING

    • ALXhaze
      ALXhaze at 0.21 on November 27, 2012 13:23

      Thanks Lord Finesse! For opening up my 3rd eye again and makin my speakers sound better!

    • C-MC Da Skilled One
      C-MC Da Skilled One on November 27, 2012 08:39

      Yo Lord Finesse this album is a blessing real hip hop and certified diamond a true jewel really worth it and a hard work ... Good Job on this album much props & respect.

      Peace, Unity and One Love !

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    • Dope-Sheet_Entertainment
      Dope-Sheet_Entertainment at 0.15 on November 26, 2012 23:16

      Nice to see Lord Finesse 'Still Up On It!' Word to Diamond... R.I.P Big L

    • The Killa-Tones
      The Killa-Tones at 1.26 on November 26, 2012 23:01

      I went a day without music once. It was the worst day of my life. Feed me vinyl! Respect!

    • Danny Van de Ven
      Danny Van de Ven on November 26, 2012 22:57

      Nice to see that people actually still like real hiphop, i would love this piece of vinyl, original came out before i was born, but i still managed to get funky technician on cd thank god!

    • doc joshua / mr. harps
      doc joshua / mr. harps at 1.05 on November 26, 2012 22:20

      the original LORD. the fact that there's even a contest like this proves he's still a man of the people!!

    • Jedi Messiah
      Jedi Messiah at 0.00 on November 26, 2012 22:11

      Rap with out Finesse is like Ant without Dec, So all you Rap Cats Wearing Snapbacks, With yo shitty raps, Making Weak beats, Better take the hot seat, Or hide under your sheets, While Finesse drops knowledge from your head to your feet.

    • ShurikenBeatz
      ShurikenBeatz on November 26, 2012 22:08

      Keep feeding the hip hop with vinyl!

    • Paal Kobbeltvedt
      Paal Kobbeltvedt at 1.36 on November 26, 2012 22:07

      "Sometimes you gotta dig deep when problems come near. Don't fear, things get severe for everybody, everywhere" GURO rest in peace

    • MAARTN
      MAARTN at 0.54 on November 26, 2012 22:03

      This album was the reason I started liking Lord Finesse's music a few years back!!! I still like making my own tapes that I can listen to with my walkman, and you can bet there's a lot of Lord Finesse on them tapes! His music is great not only MC-wise but also as a producer. Lord Finesse has to be one of my biggest influences when it comes to the beats. Ain't nuttin' better than that pure 90's sound in his beats that gives me the chills every time I listen to it! Like D.I.T.C., I'm a true cratedigger and this LP would be one of the top vinyls in my collection 4sure!

    • IrepresentDaRealHip-Hop
      IrepresentDaRealHip-Hop at 2.20 on November 26, 2012 21:50

      the art of digging for nice tunes that are already obsolete and then bringing them back on a nice boom bap beat + the poetry of writing, rhyming and flowing nicely over this beat = both combined in funky technician ! for everyone who wants to flow over some dope beats get this album ! lord finesse & dj mike smooth. thank you for real hip-hop !

    • odisbey
      odisbey at 3.14 on November 26, 2012 21:40

      Funky! A great collab that can do no wrong, all I can say is my ears are happy.

    • M.W.P.
      M.W.P. at 2.11 on November 26, 2012 21:37

      People can talk Hip-Hop all they want, but when Finesse comes on, it's a wrap. "He's livin' proof, it can happen". One of the best to ever do it. Not only on the mic, but on the productions as well. Thanks for feedin' us with REAL music over the years. And R.I.P. to the Devil's Son, Big L. SALUTE

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