• Live at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA, USA on October 19, 1991 from the Bring the Noise Tour. TRACKLIST SIDE A 1 N.F.L. 2 Indians 3 Keep It In The ... 4 A.I.R. 5 Antisocial SIDE B 6 Parasite 7 Caught In A Mosh 8 Too Much Posse 9 Bring The Noise Label: Dear Boss Barcode: 0637913202100
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    A limited vinyl pressing of Demo version of Licensed To Ill. (21 Bridges Records/Fan Club)
  • Pauls Boutique unheard unreleased mixes with incredible samples and mixes. Some of the songs like " Shake your Rump" are slower with different samples. Crazy mixes, breaks and beats! If you are a Beastie Nut, this is for you. TRACKLIST SIDE A 3-Minute Rule (Demo) Hello Brooklyn (Demo) Johnny Ryall (Demo) Johnny Ryall (Demo #2) Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun (Demo) Egg Man (Demo) The Sounds Of Science (Demo) SIDE B 33% God (Get Off The Mic) (Demo) Full Clout (Shake Your Rump) Dust Joint (Car Thief) (Demo) Dust Joint (Alt.) (Demo #2) Shake Your Rump (Extra Early Version) (Demo) Dust Joint (Instrumental) (Demo) Full Clout (Instrumental) (Demo) (21 Bridges Records/Unofficial Release)
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    Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) is the debut album by alternative hip hop group Digable Planets released on February 9, 1993, by Pendulum/Elektra Records. The album has been certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. Limited edition reissue. Manufactured in the EU. Limited to 500 copies. (Hittin Switches Records – HS0037)
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    Krav Boca is a gloomy French-Greek-Moroccan union bringing political hip-hop to new horizons with the energy of rock’n’roll. Pushed by a powerful guitar-bass-drums-mandolin ensemble, the three always hooded masters of ceremony invade the stage with greek and french lyrics : neither punk, nor rap or metal, but definitely a combination of all three. https://diyconspiracy.net/krav-boca-pirate-party/ (Boca Records – none, Fire And Flames Music – none, MALOKA – none, Deviance – none, Santa Diabla – SD20, Radio Punk – none, Punk 'n' Loud Records – none, Dure Réalité – none, Rumagna Sgroza – none, DIY Koło – none, Up The Punx – none, Rebel Time Records – none, Nothing To Harvest Records – none)
  • Moscow Death Brigade are taking their Circle Pit Hip-Hop to a new direction with a fully acoustic EP, rapping to acoustic guitar riffs and folk-inspired solos. The EP contains two brand new tracks written specifically for an acoustic guitar and unplugged versions of two of the band’s classic tracks! Here’s Ski Mask G from MDB talking about the titular track: “The titular track “FLARES ARE BURNING” talks about something that helps people to over come desperate situations and hard times, that burns like a flare in the darkness guiding you through the ocean of challenges and problems and inspiring you to keep fighting a good fight. Since the first days of MDB our main message was a call for unity, for creating a worldwide brother and sisterhood, since we believe that knowing that you are not alone, can guide a person through the hardest times. The EP was written and recorded during the Pandemic, when things are pretty bad and we think that it seeped into our music – it came out both hopeful and uplifting, but also mostly in a minor key with a dose of anger.” A1 Flares Are Burning 03:19 A2 Ghettoblaster (Acoustic) 02:43 B1 Against The World 03:41 B2 Sound Of Sirens (Acoustic) 03:26 (Fire and Flames Music)
  • Third pressing of the legendary first ever vinyl release of MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE. Eight masterpieces of strictly antifascist circle pit rap directly from the streets of Moscow. Includes the 5-track “Hoods Up” EP and three bonus songs, two never released anywhere before. A blasting and unique mixture of rap vocals, hard beats, hardcore riffs and DIY punk attitude. A real killer! (Fire and Flames Records)
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    Soul Jazz Records’ new Boombox 2 is a new selection of early rap music from the period 1979-83, with barely a household name in sight. Featured here are some the earliest hip-hop records that came out of New York City following the enormous commercial success of the first ever rap record, ‘Rapper’s Delight’ by the Sugarhill Gang, in September 1979. Artists and producers alike tried to jump aboard the new commercial possibilities of hip-hop. By the end of the year there were 30 hip-hop singles, all released by independent New York labels. The following year there were over 100 more, and so on. Boombox 2 tells the story of how hip-hop went from its evolutionary roots in the Bronx through DJs Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa through to this second phase where veteran music producers – Paul Winley, Peter Brown, Joe Robinson and others – all based in Harlem, began to put rap on vinyl for the first time. Harlem is also where the separate worlds of disco and hip-hop met through the styles and influence of earlier ‘uptown’ DJs - DJ Hollywood and Eddie Cheba. In similar fashion these veteran Harlem-based producers instinctively tapped into a long lineage of African-American rhythm and blues, soul and disco. The album features many early and rare cuts from the first generation of early rap artists including Lovebug Starski (as Little Starsky), Busy Bee, Eddie Cheba, Kool DJ AJ as well as many other little known artists. Boombox 2 is a triple-vinyl set (+ download code) LP and double CD pack that features extensive text, exclusive interviews and stunning photography by Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper and others. (Soul Jazz Records)


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