1Sep/099

Resurrection ’95 Vs. Large Professor Remix Vs. Extra P. Remix

12″ Vinyl Single
A1 Resurrection ’95 (Clean)
A2 Resurrection Extra P. Remix (Clean)
A3 Resurrection Large Professor Remix (Clean)
A4 Resurrection ’95 Acapella
B1 Resurrection ’95 Instrumental
B2 Resurrection Extra P. Instrumental
B3 Resurrection Large Professor Instrumental
B4 Chapter 13 (Clean)[not really clean, mislabelled]

Before downloading, remember I put all these singles and samples in one folder at the bottom of the page. This is just if you already have something and don’t want to download it all.
Resurrection CD Single
01. Resurrection ’95 (Dirty)
02. Resurrection (Extra P. Remix)(Dirty)
03. Resurrection (Large Professor Remix)(Dirty)
04. Chapter 13 (Dirty)
05. Soul By The Pound (Thump Mix)(Dirty)

So, you had to know this would be brought up here eventually. I’m not gonna get into how great the album was, what my favorites were off of it, how crazy I thought Communism was, or any of that at this time. Right now, it’s all about one of the possibly greatest records to own, just for the remixes. I remember feeling stupefied when I first heard both remixes on the same night. I figured that one of them had to be unofficial or a really great homegrown remix. But when I copped the promo a week or two later and realized that they were both on the record and both done by the Large Professor, well, shit. And I only recently realized that only the CD single had the dirty versions, so you’re gonna want to download everything here at the bottom of the post.
Which is your favorite is the question, though.
No ID’s album version?
It’s great in it’s own right. I love that piano loop and here’s the video-
Or the good mood inducing, summer day on your way out the city to the beach feeling, Large Professor Remix?
Or is it the Extra P Remix? This is my personal favorite and always has been. Some people can favor one today and the other tomorrow. This is so great with the night time 95 groove. That sample just blew my mind and still does. He was catching samples nobody else will ever be able to match.
Just plain awesome.


The Samples:
Ahmad Jamal - Dolphin Dance (og 95 mix sample snippet)

David Axelrod – The Signs Part2 (large professor remix sample snippet)

Spirit – Ice (extra p remix sample snippet)

[Download every song in this post in one folder here], including full versions of the samples.
Sorry no drum breaks. Gotta find those yourself. But if you’re really fiending for them, drop a comment and I’ll send you in the right direction.
Let us know your favorite mix in the comments. So far, at the T.R.O.Y. forum, the Extra P Remix has a commanding lead. But the og No ID mix is on the creep
–Verge

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9 Responses to “Resurrection ’95 Vs. Large Professor Remix Vs. Extra P. Remix”

  1. Soul says:

    The Large Pro remix with the Spirit "Ice" sample is just one of those songs that brings back fond memories of a time and place. Classic.

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  2. stexdo says:

    extra p…
    i love this kind of posts

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  3. Anonymous says:

    LARGE PRO IS EXTRA P.^^

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  4. Anonymous says:

    ANOTHA!! FAT POST BITCHEZ …..

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  5. pierski says:

    Man this have to be three of the best beats ever made. timeless.
    Trivia;
    what other dope ass sample is on the Spirit album?
    download the album here and check the song
    'clear'
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JO4QIQNJ

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  6. verge says:

    Nice, pierski. That vinyl been sitting in my crates for years and I never even went through that entire song. The sample is the "Norfsyde Remix" of "Fast Life" by Nas and G Rap. At about 1:45.
    Good catch, man.

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  7. Anonymous says:

    Extra P remix for sure!

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  8. complxyouth says:

    large professor and david axelrod by far! the maestro is the best there is and the best there ever will be. his music is timeless and will live on forever! no one can beat the axe man or any of his tunes!

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  9. Anonymous says:

    Extra P.

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