Monday, February 18, 2008



Another CLASSIC album with samples used to craft CLASSIC hip hop including

"Introduction to the JB's"
Jungle Brothers - "J. Beez Comin' Through"

"You Can Have Watergate, Just Gimme Some Bucks & I'll Be Straight"
Cash Money & Marvelous - "Where's the Party At?"
People Under the Stairs - "Big Daddy Brown"
Run-DMC - "The Ave"
Salt-N-Pepa - "Black's Magic"
Special Ed - "The Mission"
and a personal favorite (rare 12")
Zhigge - "Toss it Up"

"More Peas"
was used for some of my favorite rap records of ALL time..
whether its the drums or the funky Bass break at the end...

MC Lyte - "Search 4 the Lyte"
Organized Konfusion - "Fudge Pudge"
ShowBiz & A.G. - "Soul Clap"
Slick Rick - "I Shouldn't Have Done It"
Cypress Hill - "The Phuncky Feel One"

just an all around GREAT album



Anonymous said...

i think this might be a little fast, is that possible?

Anonymous said...

i think this might be a little fast, is that possible?

a mind with no ceiling said...

Thanks so much for these posts- especially that one, Doing It To Death, the only early one I didn't have... They just don't get more classic than that!
my favorite album may be "damn right" but it's a tough choice.
and what about that coverart? People should STUDY the history of album covers before they dare release another one of these lousy portraits of a hottie with hair in the wind..
Thanks again!

Lady & A Tramp said...

It might be..not sure...

if it is "A bit fast" you can grab "that one" from somewhere else..theres a few other places that have it (im not gonna take the extra time to re-up it)

or you can grab the vinyl up on ebay..

Terry said...

Massive props for putting these and all the others up - I'm filling in my JBs gaps!!


Pensone said...

thank you for all this amazing stuff!!!1
incredible.. this is what i was lookingg for!

Dan said...

Don't forget that the introduction was also sampled by Arrested Development. Which album is that one? 3 Years, 2 months, 5 days...etc. etc. that album.

Thanks so much for this. Mad props.

mreuclid said...

thanks for some really vintage and valuable history. my 15 year old loves reading the articles on his dads music collection

Doctor said...

Thanks for this.

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot for the add from berlin

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!!!!!