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  • Death Certificate (25th Anniversary Edition) Death Certificate (25th Anniversary Edition) Quick View

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    Death Certificate (25th Anniversary Edition)

    25th Anniversary Edition Opens With Three New Tracks

    When Death Certificate was released in 1991, Cube was coming off a contentious split with N.W.A., an acclaimed solo album Amerikkka's Most Wanted, and an ideological awakening informed by the NOI. An unflinching document of pre-Rodney King riots Los Angeles, Death Certificate takes aim at everything from the LAPD and new jack swing to his former groupmates (No Vaseline), all atop incandescent funk samples from Zapp, P-Funk, and James Brown. Filled with tension, jarring realities, and gallows humor, it's one of the most controversial rap albums ever-and the hardest in Cube's repertoire.

    The Death Side
    1. Only One Me
    2. Good Cop, Bad Cop
    3. Dominate The Weak
    4. The Funeral
    5. The Wrong Nigga To Fuck Wit
    6. My Summer Vacation
    7. Steady Mobbin'
    8. Robin Lench
    9. Givin' Up The Nappy Dug Out
    10. Look Who's Burnin'
    11. A Bird In The Hand
    12. Man's Best Friend
    13. Alive On Arrival
    14. Death


    The Life Side
    15. The Birth
    16. I Wanna Kill Sam
    17. Horny Lil' Devil
    18. Black Korea
    19. True To The Game
    20. Color Blind
    21. Doing Dumb Shit
    22. Us
    23. No Vaseline

    Ice Cube
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    No Vaseline EP

    No Vaseline
    Greed
    Gang Related
    Get Yo Bang On
    Ice Cube
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  • AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress) AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress)

    Remastered


    When Ice Cube split from N.W.A after the group's seminal Straight Outta Compton album changed the world forever, expectations were high, too high to ever be met by anyone but the most talented of artists, and at his most inspired. At the time Cube was just that. With AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted the rapper expanded upon Compton, making a more full-bodied album that helped boost the role of the individual in hip-hop.


    Save the dramatic intro where a mythical Ice Cube is fried in the electric chair, his debut is filled with eye-level views of the inner city that are always vivid, generally frightening, generally personal, and sometimes humorous in the gallows style. Ripping it quickly over a loop from George Clinton's Atomic Dog, Cube asks the question that would be central to his early career, Why there more niggas in the pen than in college?, while sticking with the mutual distrust and scare tactics N.W.A used to wipe away any hopes of reconciliation (They all scared of the Ice Cube/And what I say what I portray and all that/And ain't even seen the gat). What I'm kicking to you won't get rotation/Nowhere in the nation he spits on the classic Turn Off the Radio, which when coupled with the intoxicating Bomb Squad production and Cube's cocksure delivery that's just below a shout, makes one think he's the only radio the inner city needs.


    The Bomb Squad's amazing work on the album proves they've been overly associated with Public Enemy, since their ability to adapt to AmeriKKKa's more violent and quick revolution is underappreciated. Their high point is the intense Endangered Species, a live by the trigger song that offers It's a shame, that niggas die young/But to the light side it don't matter none. This street knowledge venom with ultra fast funk works splendidly throughout the album, with every track hitting home, although the joyless You Can't Fade Me has alienated many a listener since kicking a possibly pregnant woman in the stomach is a very hard one to take. Just to be as confusing as the world he lives in, the supposedly misogynistic Cube introduces female protÉgÉ Yo-Yo with It's a Man's World before exiting with The Bomb, a perfectly unforgiving and visceral closer.


    Save a couple Arsenio Hall disses, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted is a timeless, riveting exercise in anger, honesty, and the sociopolitical possibilities of hip-hop.


    - David Jeffries (All Music Guide)

    1. Better off Dead
    2. The Nigga Ya Love to Hate
    3. AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
    4. What They Hittin' Foe?
    5. You Can't Fade Me/JD's Gaffilin'
    6. Once Upon a Time in the Projects
    7. Turn Off the Radio
    8. Endangered Species (Tales From the Darkside)
    9. A Gangsta's Fairytale
    10. I'm Only Out for One Thang
    11. Get off My *** and Tell Yo ***** to Come Here
    12. The Drive-By
    13. Rollin' Wit the Lench Mob
    14. Who's the Mack?
    15. It's a Man's World
    16. The Bomb
    Ice Cube
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  • 100 Miles And Runnin' 100 Miles And Runnin' Quick View

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    100 Miles And Runnin'

    100 Miles and Runnin' is the platinum certified EP by N.W.A, released in 1990 on Ruthless Records. It is the first
    record the group released after Ice Cube began a solo career. Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign,
    and in support of the NWA film coming this summer, UMe will be reissuing this classic back on LP with a limited
    edition 3D lenticular cover.
    1. 100 Miles And Runnin'
    2. Just Don't Bite It
    3. Sa Prize (Part 2)
    4. Real Niggaz
    5. Kamurshol
    N.W.A.
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    Lethal Injection

    Lethal Injection is the fourth studio from Ice Cube. Similar to the rapper's previous albums, it was a commercial hit. It includes the popular singles; You Know How We Do It, and the Funkadelic-sampling Bop Gun (One Nation), which became a staple on MTV.
    1. The Shot
    2. Really Doe
    3. Ghetto Bird
    4. You Know How We Do It
    5. Cave Bitch
    6. Bop Gun (One Nation)
    7. What Can I Do?
    8. Lil Ass Gee
    9. Make It Ruff, Make It Smooth
    10. Down For Whatever
    11. Enemy
    12. When I Get To Heaven
    Ice Cube
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  • Friday Soundtrack Friday Soundtrack Quick View

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    Friday Soundtrack


    Limited Edition Lenticular Cover


    Friday is the soundtrack album for the 1995 comedy film "Friday" starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. The
    soundtrack reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and spawned the successful Dr. Dre single Keep Their Heads
    Ringin'. In celebration of the 20 year anniversary of this soundtrack, Universal will reissue this classic back on vinyl with
    a limited edition lenticular cover with an animated joint that lights up and smokes. RESPECT THE CLASSICS!!

    1. Friday - Ice Cube
    2. Keep Their Heads Ringin' - Dr. Dre
    3. Friday Night - Scarface
    4. Lettin' Niggas Know - THREAT
    5. Roll It Up, Light It Up, Smoke It Up - Cypress Hill
    6. Take A Hit - Mack 10
    7. Tryin' To See Another Day - The Isley Brothers
    8. You Got Me Wide Open - BOOTSY COLLINS AND BERNIE WORRELL
    9. Mary Jane - Rick James
    10. I Wanna Get Next To You - Rose Royce
    11. Superhoes - Funkdoobiest
    12. Coast II Coast - Tha Alkaholiks
    13. Blast If I Have To - E-A-SKI
    14. Hoochie Mama - 2 Live Crew
    15. I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Roger
    Various Artists
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  • No Need For Alarm No Need For Alarm Quick View

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    No Need For Alarm

    After breaking out of the Bay Area underground scene in the early 90s Del The Funky Homosapien made a radical turn with his sophomore release, 93's No
    Need For Alarm." Casting aside the familiar G-funk vibe of his debut, perhaps as "No Need" was produced without the involvement of his cousin Ice Cube, he moved into a jazzier - some would say more East Coast direction on this project. The verbal content on "No Need" shifted as well, moving away from comic interludes and towards a focus on battle raps. "No Need For Alarm" was produced with his Oakland based Hieroglyphics Crew with Domino, A-Plus and Casual all contributing beats making the record one of the three "Hiero Golden Age" releases (along with Souls of Mischief's "'93 til Infinity" and Casual's "Fear Itself").


    Though some critics are harsh on "No Need For Alarm" and claim it's not as strong an effort as Del's debut, many disagree and see this release as being
    the first where Del really stood out. Regardless of which side of the fence one falls on that topic, it's without doubt that No Need For Alarm has stood the test of time and remains a challenging and uncompromising follow up from one of the most talented and eccentrically gifted artists to to ever emerge from the world of west coast hip hop.

    LP1
    1. You're In Shambles
    2. Catch A Bad One
    3. Wack M.C.'s
    4. No Need For Alarm
    5. Boo Boo Heads
    6. Treats For The Kiddies
    7. Worldwide


    LP2
    1. No More Worries (feat. A-Plus, Casual & Snupe)
    2. Wrong Place
    3. In And Out
    4. Don't Forget
    5. Miles To Go
    6. Check It Ooout
    7. Thank Youse

    Del The Funky Homosapien
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  • Death Certificate Death Certificate Quick View

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    Death Certificate

    If Ice Cube's debut was a shocking attack that proved the N.W.A legacy would be stronger divided, his sophomore effort was a new kind of superstar pulling off the miraculous, a follow-up that equals its classic predecessor and tops it in some people's books. With a million copies of Death Certificate preordered, Cube was no longer the rock critics' darling. A million people listening was dangerous, especially since he was now slithering his influence into the suburbs. If the black rage didn't get you, the misogyny of I'm gonna do my thing, with your daughter probably would. Here, one of rap's greatest storytellers is able to draw hatred in under a minute with the short and direct Black Korea, an angry protest song concerning Korean grocers that got him dubbed racist and Ice KKKube by some. The track is an extreme representation of how a much sharper and cutting this album is when compared with his debut, and even though the intro announces the full-length is divided into a Death Side and Life Side, both are equally bleak. With the CD format, the two sides are indistinguishable and run over the listener with fast tales of drug dealing, drive-by shootings, and women who go from Ms. Thing to Ms. Gonorrhea. This would be numbing if it weren't for the rapper's amazing lyrics, ground-shaking delivery, and insight like when A Bird in the Hand deals with the irony of selling crap to buy diapers (Gotta serve you food that might give you cancer/Cuz my son doesn't take no for answer). A bit of sweet relief comes with the brightness of the great single Steady Mobbin' and with the nostalgia and slow tempo of Doing Dumb Shit. True to the Game (Ain't that a bitch/They hate to see a young nigga rich) is arguably the quintessential Cube track and if all this weren't enough already, the N.W.A diss No Vaseline hangs off the album like a crowd-pleasing, Brick-sampling encore. Although next year's Predator would be a bigger hit, Death Certificate brings to a close the man's trilogy of perfect albums that began with N.W.A's Compton and explodes into a supernova right here.

    - David Jeffries (All Music)
    1. The Funeral

    2. The Wrong Nigga to Fuck Wit
    3. My Summer Vacation
    4. Steady Mobbin'
    5. Robin Lench
    6. Givin' Up the Nappy Dug Out
    7. Look Who's Burnin'
    8. A Bird in the Hand
    9. Man's Best Friend
    10. Alive on Arrival
    11. Death
    12. The Birth
    13. I Wanna Kill Sam
    14. Horny Lil' Devil
    15. Black Korea
    16. True to the Game
    17. Color Blind
    18. Doing Dumb Shit

    19. Us
    20. No Vaseline
    Ice Cube
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  • Eazy Duz It (25th Anniversary Edition) Eazy Duz It (25th Anniversary Edition) Quick View

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    Eazy Duz It (25th Anniversary Edition)

    Remastered 25th Anniversary Edition


    Released only a month after Straight Outta Compton (1988), Eazy-Duz-It was the first N.W.A spin-off album. Years before Ice Cube went solo with Amerikkka's Most Wanted (1990), before Dr. Dre changed the rap game with The Chronic (1992), before MC Ren struggled to establish himself with Shock of the Hour (1993), and before Yella simply fell into obscurity, Eazy-E rose to immediate superstar status with this solo debut. It's no wonder why, for the album plays like a humorous, self-centered twist on Straight Outta Compton with Eazy-E, the most charismatic member of N.W.A, front and center while his associates are busy behind the scenes, producing the beats and writing the songs.


    In terms of production, Dr. Dre and Yella meld together P-Funk, Def Jam-style hip-hop, and the leftover electro sounds of mid-'80s Los Angeles, creating a dense, funky, and thoroughly unique style of their own. In terms of songwriting, the D.O.C., Ice Cube, and MC Ren are each credited; plus, Ren performs raps of his own on five of the 12 songs.


    The collaborative nature of the music -- with Dre and Yella producing; the D.O.C., Ice Cube, and MC Ren writing the songs; MC Ren featured as a guest on half of them; and Eazy-E performing -- fortunately makes Eazy-Duz-It more of an N.W.A effort than a true solo album. This is fortunate because as charismatic as he may be, Eazy-E isn't an especially gifted MC. He's at his best here when he's cracking wise and also when he's overshadowed by Dr. Dre's productions, particularly on the four-song sequence of Eazy Duz It, We Want Eazy, Eazy-er Said Than Dunn, and Radio -- all heavily produced songs with layers upon layers of samples and beats competing with Eazy-E's rhymes for attention.


    Straight Outta Compton is no doubt the more revolutionary album, yet Eazy-Duz-It is a great companion, showcasing N.W.A's sense of humor and, despite the often violent subject matter, casting them in a lighter, more humorous mood. When Eazy-E would return with a second solo release, 5150 Home 4 tha Sick, his N.W.A associates would be M.I.A. and the difference would be stark.


    - Jason Birchmeier (All Music Guide)

    1. Still Talkin'
    2. Nobody Move
    3. Ruthless Villain
    4. 2 Hard Mutha's
    5. Boyz-N-The-Hood (remix)
    6. Eazy-Duz-It
    7. We Want Eazy
    8. Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
    9. Radio
    10. No More ?'s
    11. I'mma Break It Down
    12. Eazy - Chapter 8 Verse 10
    Eazy-E
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    The Book Of David

    The Book of David is the 8th solo album of DJ Quik's illustrious career, and first new solo release since 2005's Trauma. Recorded in late 2010 in Los Angeles, The Book of David was produced entirely by DJ Quik and features guest appearances from Bun B, Ice Cube, Kurupt, Dwele, Suga Free, Jon B and Bizzy Bone among others.

    1. Fire and Brimstone

    2. Do Today ft. Blakkazz K.K. & Jon B
    3. Ghetto Rendezvous
    4. Luv Of My Life introducing Gift
    5. Babylon ft. Bizzy Bone & BlaKKazz K.K.
    6. Killer Dop
    7. Real Women ft. Jon B
    8. Poppin' ft. BlaKKazz K.K.
    9. Hydromatic ft. Jon B & Gift
    10. Across The Map ft. Bizzy Bone & Bun B
    11. Nobody ft. Suga Free
    12. Boogie Till You Conk Out ft. Ice Cube
    13. Flow For Sale ft. Kurupt Tha Kingpin
    14. So Compton ft. BlaKKazz K.K.
    15. Time Stands Still ft. Dwele
    16. The End? ft. Carry Shider

    DJ Quik
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  • I Wish My Brother George Was Here I Wish My Brother George Was Here Quick View

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    I Wish My Brother George Was Here

    Born in Oakland, California, the American underground hip hop MC Del tha Funkee Homosapien is the cousin of seminal west coast rapper Ice Cube, and began his career writing lyrics for Ice Cube's group, Da Lench Mob. In 1991, with the help of Ice Cube (also as executive producer) , Del released his debut solo album, I Wish My Brother George Was Here, at the age of 18.


    The album was a commercial success largely due to the popularity of the hit single, Mistadobalina.


    The title I Wish My Brother George Was Here is a reference to George Clinton, whose music was an influence on Del, as well as to the late pianist Liberace who would on occasion openly pine for his brother George to appear on Liberace's television program in the mid-50s.

    1. What Is A Booty
    2. Mistadobalina
    3. The Wacky World Of Rapid Transit
    4. Pissin' On Your Steps
    5. Dark Skin Girls
    6. Money For Sex
    7. Ahonetwo, Ahonetwo
    8. Prelude
    9. Dr. Bombay
    10. Sunny Meadowz
    11. Sleepin' On My Couch
    12. Hoodz Come In Dozens
    13. Same Ol' Thing
    14. Ya Lil' Crumbsnatchers
    Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
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  • War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) Quick View

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    War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc)

    War & Peace Volume 2 (The Peace Disc) is the sixth studio album from Ice Cube. It is the second part from the two-album project War & Peace. The album contains the singles Hello which features former N.W.A bandmates Dr. Dre and MC Ren and the club smash You Can Do It. Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign, UMe will be reissuing this album back on vinyl for the first time in over 10 years.
    LP 1
    1. Hello
    2. Pimp Homeo (Insert)
    3. You Ain't Gotta Lie (Ta Kick It)
    4. The Gutter S***

    5. Supreme Hustle
    6. Mental Warfare (Insert)
    7. 24 Mo' Hours
    8. Until We Rich
    9. You Can Do It


    LP 2
    1. Mackin' & Driving (Insert)
    2. Gotta Be Insanity

    3. Roll All Day
    4. Can You Bounce?
    5. Dinner With The CEO (Insert)
    6. Record Company Pimpin'
    7. Waitin' Ta Hate
    8. Nigga Of The Century

    Ice Cube
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  • Murder Was The Case Soundtrack (Explicit) Murder Was The Case Soundtrack (Explicit) Quick View

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    Murder Was The Case Soundtrack (Explicit)

    he soundtrack to an 18-minute film inspired by Snoop Doggy Dogg's Murder Was the Case provides more thrills than the average hip-hop release. Again, Dre relies on his standard production tricks and crew, introducing a couple of new members to the mix. But the result sounds anything but stale -- it ranks alongside The Chronic, Doggystyle and Above the Rim in terms of quality. In fact, various-artist compilations like Murder Was the Case are the ideal vehicle for Dr. Dre -- they show his versatility. Murder has the harrowing title track from Snoop Dogg, as well as the smooth funk of Warren G and the chilling hardcore of Natural Born Killaz, the first track from Dre's collaboration with Ice Cube. At some point, Dre will need to find some new tricks, but Murder Was the Case finds him at the top of his game.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    1. Murder Was The Case (Remix) - Snoop Doggy Dogg
    2. Natural Born Killaz - Dr. Dre & Ice Cube
    3. What Would You Do? - The Dogg Pound
    4. 21 Jumpstreet - Snoop Doggy Dogg & Tray Deee
    5. One More Day - Nate Dogg
    6. Harvest For The World - Jewell
    7. Who Got Some Gangsta Shit? - Snoop Doggy Dogg Featuring Tha Dogg Pound, Lil' Style & Young Swoop
    8. Come When I Call - Danny Boy
    9. You Better Recognize - Sam Sneed
    10. Come Up To My Room - Jodeci
    11. Woman To Woman - Jewell
    12. Dollars & Sense - DJ Quik
    13. The Eulogy - Slip Capone & CPO
    14. Horny - B-Rezell
    15. Eastside-Westside - Young Soldierz
    Various Artists
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  • Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack Quick View

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    Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack

    Universal Music Enterprises is proud to announce the release of Straight Outta Compton: The Soundtrack, featuring classic tracks from gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg, along with some old school cuts by funk and soul legends Parliament, Funkadelic, Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame, and Roy Ayers Ubiquity!
    LP1

    1. Straight Outta Compton - N.W.A

    2. Flash Light - Parliament

    3. We Want Eazy - Eazy-E

    4. Gangsta Gangsta - N.W.A

    5. (Not Just) Knee Deep - Funkadelic

    6. The Boyz-N-The Hood - Eazy-E

    7. Everybody Loves The Sunshine - Roy Ayers Ubiquity

    8. Dopeman (Remix) - N.W.A


    LP2

    1. F*** Tha Police - N.W.A

    2. Express Yourself - N.W.A

    3. Weak At The Knees - Steve Arrington's Hall Of Fame

    4. Quiet On Tha Set - N.W.A

    5. 8 Ball (Remix) - N.W.A

    6. The N**** Ya Love To Hate - Ice Cube

    7. Real N***** - N.W.A

    8. No Vaseline - Ice Cube

    9. Nuthin' But A 'G' Thang - Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg

    N.W.A
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  • War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc) War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc) Quick View

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    War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc)

    War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc) is the fifth studio album from Ice Cube. It is the first part from the two-album project. The album features production by Bud'da, E-A-Ski, Ice Cube, K-Mac, N.O. Joe and T-Mix. It moves from intense street-oriented jams to rap-metal fusions, such as the Korn featured song Fuck Dying. Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign, UMe will be reissuing this album back on vinyl for the first time in over 10 years.
    LP 1
    1. Ask About Me
    2. Pushin' Weight
    3. Dr. Frankenstien
    4. Fuck Dying
    5. War & Peace
    6. Ghetto Vet
    7. Greed
    8. MP
    9. Cash Over Ass


    LP 2
    1. The Curse Of Money
    2. The Peckin' Order
    3. Limos, Demos & Bimbos
    4. Once Upon A Time In The Projects 2
    5. If I Was Fuckin' You
    6. X-Bitches
    7. Extradition
    8. 3 Strikes You In
    9. Penitentiary

    Ice Cube
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  • Boyz-N-The Hood Boyz-N-The Hood Quick View

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    Boyz-N-The Hood

    12 Single


    Boyz-n-the-Hood is the debut by Eazy-E as a part of N.W.A. Ice Cube was 17 years old when he wrote the track
    and took it to Eazy-E. A short time later, Eazy and Cube formed N.W.A with Dr. Dre, and included this song on the N.W.A and the Posse album. Eazy-E released yet another version of the song the following year on his 1988 solo album, Eazy-Duz-It. Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign UMe will be reissuing this classic title back on vinyl for the first time in years.

    1. Boyz-N-The-Hood
    2. L.A. Is The Place
    Eazy-E
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  • Funkadelic Funkadelic Quick View

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    Funkadelic

    The 1970 self titled debut from Detroit's nastiest, most shredding funk-rock group. Arising from the ashes of George Clinton's Plainfield, New Jersey-led R&B group, The Parliments, Funkadelic formed in the late '60s and, in addition to Clinton, included the blazing guitar of Eddie Hazel, organist Mickey Atkins, rhythm guitarist Tawl Ross and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Though firmly rooted in funk and soul, Funkadelic incorporated a dark psychedelic element, influenced by Hendrix and Sly Stone, to create a sound that was unparalleled at the time and since. Sampled by everyone from DJ Shadow to Ice Cube, De La Soul and the Beastie Boys, Funkadelic still sounds fresh today and is the first solid example of George Clinton's eccentric genius.
    1. Mommy, What's a Funkadelic?
    2. I'll Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother
    4. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing

    5. Good Old Music
    6. Qualify and Satisfy

    7. What is Soul
    Funkadelic
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    Next Friday Soundtrack

    Next Friday is the soundtrack album to the 2000 comedy film, Next Friday. The soundtrack to the sequel to Friday includes music from Ice Cube himself, plus a great roster of hip-hop superstars including Snoop Dogg, Wu-Tang Clan, Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Lil' Zane, plus tracks from Pharoahe Monch, Krayzie Bone, and Ron Isley. Continuing with its Respect The Classic campaign UMe will be reissuing this classic soundtrack back on vinyl for the first time in 15 years.
    1. You Can Do It (Ice Cube featuring Mack 10 and Ms. Toi)
    2. Chin Check (N.W.A featuring Snoop Dogg)
    3. We Murderers Baby (Vita featuring Ja Rule)
    4. Hot (Toni Estes)
    5. Livin' It Up (Pharoahe Monch)
    6. Fried Day (Bizzy Bone featuring Sam Dates)
    7. I Don't Wanna (Aaliyah)
    8. Low Income (Wyclef Jean)
    9. Shaolin Worldwide (Wu-Tang Clan)
    10. Good Friday (Big Tymers featuring Lil Wayne and Mack 10)
    11. Friday (Krayzie Bone featuring Lyric)
    12. Mamacita (Frost, Kurupt, Soopafly, Don Cisco)
    13. Make Your Body Song (The Isley Brothers featuring Ron Isley)
    14. Murder, Murder (Eminem)

    15. Money Stretch (Lil' Zane)
    Various Artists
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    City Life

    City Life, arguably The Blackbyrds' best album, hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz Chart and #3 on the Billboard Soul Chart upon its original release in 1975.
    Produced by legendary jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, the album showcases The Blackbyrd's' unique jazz-funk crossover sound and includes the runaway
    hits Happy Music and Rock Creek Park, which stand even today as pinnacles of the '70s jazz-funk movement. A testament to its lasting appeal, Rock
    Creek Park from the City Life album has been sampled numerous times by groups such as De La Soul, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, N.W.A,
    Massive Attack, Ice Cube, Heavy D, Nas and Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five, Tone Loc and most recently, Wiz Khalifa. This often-sublime album
    is primed for rediscovery by fans of '70s funk, soul, jazz and fusion.
    1. Rock Creek Park
    2. Thankful 'Bout Yourself
    3. City Life
    4. All I Ask
    5. Happy Music
    6. Love So Fine
    7. Flying High
    8. Hash Aand Eggs
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    They Say I'm Different (Awaiting Repress)

    Betty Davis' 1974 sophomore album They Say I'm Different features a worthy-of-framing futuristic cover challenging David Bowie's science fiction funk with real rocking soul-fire, kicked off with the savagely sexual ''Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him'' (later sampled by Ice Cube). Her follow up is full of classic cuts like ''Don't Call Her No Tramp'' and the hilarious, hard, deep funk of ''He Was A Big Freak.''


    Deluxe vinyl pressing housed in old school tip-on gatefold jacket

    1. Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him
    2. He Was a Big Freak
    3. Your Mama Wants Ya Back
    4. Don't Call Her No Tramp
    5. Git In There
    6. They Say I'm Different
    7. 70's Blues
    8. Special People
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    The Documentary 2.0 (Limited Edition)

    180 Gram Limited Edition Red Colored Vinyl


    Features Kanye West, Drake, Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar!


    The Documentary 2 sounds effortless and winds up awesome because of it, with singles like 100 featuring Drake and Summertime with its Mike WiLL Made It beat both coming off as cool-headed classics. Dre and Ice Cube show up for the key cut Don't Trip, while appearances from Ab-Soul, Future, and DeJ Loaf prove the Game is up on current events. Somewhere in between are appearances from Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, and Q-Tip, all assisting the MC on this worthy and downright exciting sequel.


    Ten years after what's widely considered to be GAME'S best album, the Compton rapper is now on his 6th album, and he thinks the DOCUMENTATRY 2 will be his best yet, saying, "The Old Me Was Wack! I'm better than that now." - HOTNEWHIPHOP

    1. Intro
    2. On Me Featuring Kendrick Lamar
    3. Step Up Featuring Dej Loaf & Sha Sha
    4. Don't Trip Featuring Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & will.i.am
    5. Standing on Ferraris Featuring Diddy
    6. Dollar and a Dream Featuring Ab-Soul
    7. Made in America Featuring Mvrcus Blvck
    8. Hashtag Featuring Jelly Roll
    9. Circles Featuring Q-Tip, Eric Bellinger & Sha Sha
    10. Uncle Skit
    11. Dedicated Featuring Future & Sonyae
    12. Bitch You Ain't S-
    13. Summertime Featuring Jelly Roll
    14. Mula Featuring Kanye West
    15. The Documentary 2
    16. New York, New York
    17. 100 Featuring Drake
    18. Just Another Day
    19. LA Featuring Snoop Dogg, will.i.am & Fergie
    The Game
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    Limited Edition Of 500 Red & Blue Vinyl In A Deluxe Classic Style Jacket


    The 1970 debut from Detroit's nastiest, most shredding progenitors of funk-rock. Funkadelic formed in the late '60s and, in addition to Clinton, included the blazing guitar of Eddie Hazel, organist Mickey Atkins, rhythm guitarist Tawl Ross, and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Though firmly rooted in funk and soul, Funkadelic incorporates a dark psychedelic element, influenced by Hendrix and Sly Stone, to create a sound that was unparalleled at the time. Sampled by everyone from DJ Shadow to Ice Cube, Funkadelic still sounds fresh today and is the first solid example of George Clinton's eccentric genius.

    1. Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?
    2. I Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother
    4. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing
    5. Good Old Music
    6. Qualify and Satisfy
    7. What Is Soul
    Funkadelic
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    Niggaz4life

    Niggaz4Life (also known as EFIL4ZAGGIN), is the second and final studio album by gangsta rap group N.W.A, released in 1991. It was their final album, as the group disbanded later the same year after the departure of Dr. Dre and songwriter The D.O.C. for Death Row Records; the album features only four members of the original line-up, as Ice Cube had already left the group in 1989.
    1. Real Niggaz Don't Die
    2. Niggaz 4 Life
    3. Protest
    4. Appetite For Destruction
    5. Don't Drink That Wine
    6. Alwayz Into Somethin'
    7. To Kill A Hooker
    8. One Less Bitch
    9. Findum, Fuckum & Flee
    10. Automobile
    11. She Swallowed It
    12. I'd Rather Fuck You
    13. Approach To Danger
    14. 1-900-2 Compton
    15. The Dayz Of Wayback
    N.W.A.
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    Born Again

    Born Again 2LP was originally released on December 7, 1999 and has been out of the market place since the early 2000's. The album debuted at #1 of the Billboard 200 charts and sold over 485k albums in the first week.Guest artists include Busta Rhymes, Redman and Method Man, Missy Elliot, Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg. 2017 is the 20th anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.'s death.
    LP 1
    1. Born Again (Intro)
    2. Notorious B.I.G. (feat. Lil' Kim & Puff Daddy)
    3. Dead Wrong (Featuring Eminem)
    4. Hope You Niggas Sleep (feat. Hot Boys & Big Tmer)
    5. Dangerous MC's (feat. Mark Curry, Snoop Dogg & Busta Rhymes)
    6. Biggie (feat. Junior M.A.F.I.A.)
    7. Niggas
    8. Big Booty Hoes (feat. Too $hort)
    9. Would You Die For Me (feat. Lil' Kim & Puff Daddy)


    LP 2
    1. Come On (feat. Sadat X)
    2. Rap Phenomenon (feat. Redman & Method Man)
    3. Let Me Get Down (feat. G-Dep, Craig Mack & Missy Misdemeanor Elliott)
    4. Tonight (feat. Mobb Deep & Joe Hooker)
    5. If I Should Die Before I Wake (feat. Black Rob, Ice Cube, & Beanie Sigel)
    6. Who Shot Ya
    7. Can I Get Witcha (feat. Lil' Cease)
    8. I Really Want To Show You (feat. K-CI & Jo-Jo & Nas)
    9. Ms. Wallace (Outro)

    Notorious B.I.G.
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