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  1. #9471
    DWG Warrior
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    3 ft High and Rising Pic disc was the same year too. LL got TP'd on red wax in 85?! Got to be others

  2. #9472
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    wasn’t the B-Boys Girls 12 on Vintertainment on coloured wax?

  3. #9473
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    beats like ice cream, rhymes are like sprinkles...

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  5. #9475
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    Spoonie Spoon top trumps B-Boys and Whodini. Nice.
    beats like ice cream, rhymes are like sprinkles...

  6. #9476
    Quote Originally Posted by SLCOOLJ View Post

    Few more today...

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    never heard of the Smokey D and Chilla records, just checked them out, both sound interesting.

  7. #9477
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    Found that Smokey Dee/DXJ record after I heard Maggozulu Too 'Dawn Of The Maggozulu' and Maggotron's 'The Invasion Will Not Be Televised' (both really nice records)

    I started buying all the Miami Bass LP's and compilations on Pandisc and Jamarc.

    Found Chilla Frauste through listening to the Beat Master Clay D albums on Vision.

    Few more recent arrivals...

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  8. #9478
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    Azymuth Demos - Vols 1 and 2 (amazing stuff!)
    Gangstarr - Step In The Arena 2xLP RP (not listened, but looks great, nicely done packaging, inner sleeves etc!

    Thanks to those who brought these releases to my attention on this thread!

  9. #9479
    Cut through Soho today and couldn't resist a quick bit of record shopping.:
    DJ Elliot Ness and the Untouchables / Little Cezar.

    From Reckless Records, first record I've bought from there in well over a decade I'd guess.

  10. #9480
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    You´re welcome & I can truly recommend the Azymuth Demos to everybody.
    DO-City´s Calling

 

 

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