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  1. #931
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    Quote Originally Posted by Copacetic View Post
    Third member of the group was General Jeff - he was also in Bobby Jimmy & The Critters.
    Thanks Copacetic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Copacetic View Post
    Rock - Gee - Jazzy and DJ Shawn - Swing Beat on Mercury Records 1989 is the best rap tune I've listened to today (so far)
    Thanks for this Copacetic.. very nice. just picked up a 3 minter.
    I see there is an unreleased lp on youtube too, will have to check that.
    beats like ice cream, rhymes are like sprinkles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by evrokski View Post
    Thanks for this Copacetic.. very nice. just picked up a 3 minter.
    I see there is an unreleased lp on youtube too, will have to check that.
    It's one I always get into when it comes up in the rotation. I also like Mellow by them, which I think sounds ahead of its time for 1987.
    I never knew about an unreleased LP, so thank you too. I will have a listen.

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    Romeo & Master Rhyme - Comin' Up Short and Nothin' But a Fan on Mainframe Records in 1988 is this morning's choice. Coming out of LA this duo put out the notorious Crackerjack attack NWA. This follow up uses nicer breaks and the rapper, Master Rhyme has an even sharper tongue without padding his verses out and rhyming 'mother fucker' with itself every other line. 'I'll be There' and 'What You See Is What You Get' by The Dramatics provide the musical backdrop for these. I love the lo-fi sleeve with the duo stood over a gravestone with NWA & Eazy E's names on (lame artwork rules!)

    Thanks for reading.
    Last edited by Copacetic; 15-03-19 at 07:27 AM. Reason: edit

  5. #935
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    Nice Whodini track off the "Raiders Of The Lost Art" comp:


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    DJ Moves & Kwest Tha Madd Lad

  7. #937
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    Cinematic Orchestra and Roots Manuva - A Caged Bird / Imitations of Life from the LP To Believe.

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    Jakki Tha Motamouth ft. Copywrite - Widespread (2000)



    The one song which justifies Copywrite's existence as anything other than a figure of ridicule, particularly since he produced it too.


  9. #939
    I might have posted this before but just played it and as Im still feeling it here it is again.
    Super cheap on an album no one cares about:


  10. #940
    Quote Originally Posted by francois parker View Post
    I might have posted this before but just played it and as Im still feeling it here it is again.
    Super cheap on an album because its rubbish and no one wants it:

    There is one other track called Sweat that I think is really good, but cant find it on Youtube.

 

 

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