Ancient History: April, 2015

Tian Beats / Zé Fuga El condor pasa… y samplea

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 30 - 2015

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Tian Beats / Zé Fuga El condor pasa… y samplea

New album BEATS. the last track is rhymed by ZÉ FUGA …
… All in charge of it (ZÉ FUGA & TIAN (Thickbeats and JUST A LIVE MPC SHOW).MPC’s genius
Originally latino america ,settled in Barcelona.

La caja grande estaba plagada de hongos, la humedad había enmohecido buena parte de los cartones, y la mayoría de las carátulas de los discos estaban manchadas. Pero el plástico estaba intacto, o al menos quedaba como nuevo después de pasarle un poco de alcohol.
Entre esos treinta o cuarenta discos había una compilación con 8 LPs instrumentales: canciones de 26 orquestas de todo el mundo. Y entre esos 8 vinilos, uno tenía una versión de la mítica”El condor pasa”.

… pasó y sampleó.

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released 29 April 2015

BEATS:Tian BeatS*Scratch en “Corrientes térmicas”Maht*Masterizado por Claudio Bonaldi*Diseño de portada Berol*Rap Zé Fuga

DJ UVE*Vinilos – Encore – 1996-2004

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 28 - 2015

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Another chapter over LOBOLAB TV Mr. DJ UVE presents: ENCORE…vinyls 1996-2004

DJ UVE :
Nacido en Palo Alto, compartiendo bahía con San Francisco y Oakland, y escena con gente como Peanut Butter Wolf, Dan The Automator o los miembros de Hieroglyphics, Encore nos dejó dos álbumes y un puñado de 12 pulgadas totalmente recomendables.

Publicó para los sellos Stones Throw, Certified, 75 Ark y Hiero Imperium, lo que ya habla de sus conexiones, y dio vida a producciones de P.W.B., Jake One, Vitamin D o, sobretodo, Architect. También colaboró en discos de Homeliss Derilex, P.B.W. y Rasco.

En el vídeo se repasan todos sus trabajos desde los primeros en formato maxi hasta sus dos elepés, con especial atención a su debut, Self Preservation editado en 2000, una joya del Hip Hop.

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Vinilos – Encore – 1996-2004 LOBOLAB TV

Encore – The Essence (1997)*Encore – The Essence Bw Defined By The Dollar 12” Vinyl (1997)
Producer: Architect

Street Poets _ Neighborhood

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 25 - 2015

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Street Poets _ Neighborhood
Track number 10 off the classic self-titled Street Poets Album from 1995

Artwork, Photography By – Deb Chichester, Steven Sheffield
Mastered By – Jonathan Wyner
Producer – Brad Young (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 12), Dow Brain (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 12), Peter Bazile (tracks: 5 to 8)
Rap [Featuring] – DIF Productions (tracks: 5 to 8), Polecat (2) (tracks: 9 to 12), Punch Spiked W/ Poison* (tracks: 1 to 4)
Scratches [Cuts] – D.J Buzz, D.J. Butterfingers*, G-Spin

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Track number 10 off the classic Street Poets
Album from 1995

Khéops SAD HILL

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 25 - 2015

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Khéops SAD HILL

Khéops is DJ, and member of the Hip Hop group IAM. He has also a prolific solo career, and runs his own record label, Sad Hill Records, with Def Bond.

Mazel first started DJ’ing at the age of thirteen under the pseudonym Mister Crazy Mix. He later got a job as a DJ on Radio Sprint. In 1985, he met Akhenaton, who was then member of the group Lively Crew. The crew needed a DJ, and Mazel agreed to work with them. The group later changed its name to IAM, and Mazel adopted the stage name Khéops. IAM’s first album, IAM Concept, was released in 1990.

In 1997, DJ Khéops released his first solo album, the compilation Sad Hill, which featured a host of MC’s …

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Here you have their names, titles of the tracks, and the order they appear in this cherished vinyl released in 1997 x3LP

Tracklist album: SAD HILL

-A1 Sad Hill-Featuring – IAM***A2 C’est Justifiable-Featuring – X.Men***A3 Def Bond (Secret Defense Mix)-Featuring – Def Bond, Spectre (15)

-B1 Le Playboy De Sarcelles-Featuring – Stomy Bugsy – Assia, Don Choa, Menzo (2)

B2 Scrute Le Terrain-Featuring – 3ème œil***B3 Hip Hop Marseillais-Featuring – Def Bond, Faf Larage

-C1 Fils Du Dragon-Featuring – Freeman (3)***C2 Pousse Au Milieu Des Cactus, Ma Rancoeur-Featuring – Sentenza – Claudie

-D1 Si T’es Cap D’y Aller-Featuring – HIFI – Geraldo (2)***D2 Mama Lova (Vocal Remix)-Featuring – Oxmo Puccino

D3 Les Meufs Du Show-Biz-Featuring – Passi – Hameday*, Sophie (2)

-E1 Les Jours Sont Trop Longs (Remix)-Featuring – Afrodiziac, Def Bond***E2 Merci-Featuring – Fabe, Koma (3)***E3 Le Fainéant-Featuring – Faf Larage

-F1 Si J’avais Su-Featuring – Shurik’n – Freeman (3), Sentenza***F2 Côté Obscur Connection-Featuring – Pit Baccardi – Freeman (3)

F3 Total Kheops II-Featuring – Sentenza – Gilles (8)

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Khéops(SAD HILL) – Mama lova ft. Oxmo Puccino

Khéops(SAD HILL) – shurik’n & Freeman. si j’avais su

Ill Biskits-Chronicle of Two Losers

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 24 - 2015

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Ill Biskits

D.Durant, M.Warrens

Formed in Petersburg, Virginia in the early 90’s, Ill Biskits released their 1st single on Indie NYC label Khari Entertainment in 1994. The single, “God Bless Your Life” contains the rare and much sought after B-Side track “22 Years”, which was produced by none other than, Hip-Hop legend Lord Finesse. The single generated a minor buzz and earned the duo strong spins at College radio and Hip-Hop stations in Chicago, New York and San Francisco as well as with mixtape D.J’s at clubs accorss the U.S.
In 1995, after getting the attention of major label Atlantic Records, the duo signed an album deal, and went onto to release 2 more singles. The re-release of “God Bless Your Life” (minus the cuts contained on the Khari Ents 12″) and “Chill Factor B/W Hypnotic Blessings”. A full-length album was completed, but never commercially released. However, promo copies of the album were pressed and released in very limited numbers on C.D & Cassette only.
Little else is known about the duo who, on the evidence of the material they released in their short period in the game (from 1994-1996), would undoubtedly have went on to achieve great things in the Hip-Hop universe.

Darrel Durant aka Kleph Dollaz passed away due to a heart attack on August 28, 2012. Rest in peace. Less

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Ill Biskits – God Bless Your Life

Ill Biskits – Chronicle of Two Losers ( FULL ALBUM )1996 ,BoomBap Classic Hip Hop

Dj P. Back to 95 : Shit’s real

Posted by RocktheCity On April - 24 - 2015

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Dj P. Back to 95 : Shit’s real (Mixtape)
Strickly classics from the Golden Age area.

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