26Nov/106

Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Parts 17-19 (1990-2007)

Today we’ve got volumes 17-19 in my Baltimore/Washington Dc compilation series. Volumes 18 and 19 are some of my favorites out of all 32 editions so listen up. Sagat’s ‘Funk Dat’ came out as a single in 1993. It’s one of my favorites songs off his album.  If anyone wants to hear it, hit me up in the comments section with a request for ‘My Poem is… The World According To Sagat’. Download links and tracklists are t be found after the jump.

Volume 17 —

01 (4:30) Dirt Nation – Jail Break (Washington Dc 1993)
02 (5:21) Triflin Pac – Who Dat (1995)
03 (4:55) The Nobodies – Off the Block (Nc ?) (1997)
04 (2:51) M1 Invasion – Get It On (Washington Dc 2007)
05 (4:13) Sagat – Funk Dat (Baltimore 1994)
06 (3:35) Da Great Deity Dah – Life Or Death (Hades Mix) (Washington Dc 1996)
07 (3:59) The Educated Consumers – Black & Mild (Washington Dc 1998)
08 (5:08) Sparrow – Physics (Remix) (Baltimore 1995)
09 (3:14) Ray Lugar – P.o.w. (Baltimore 2005)
10 (4:19) Thuglife n’ Dc – The Rayful Edmond Song (Washington Dc 2001)
11 (3:46) Resination – Reasons (Baltimore 2005)
12 (6:04) Los Boogie (Of Amp Boogie) – Elevation (Baltimore 1998)
13 (0:33) Supreme – Galactic Hyksos (Baltimore 2001)
14 (3:55) Brother Most – Step On The Subway (Washington Dc 1994)
15 (3:51) Madchild And Flipout – Tee Off (Maryland 1993)
16 (4:01) Mc Bee Bee – I Wanna See You (Baltimore 1990)
17 (5:22) Sam The Beast – Hurt Me (Sams Place Live)(Knock Some Boots) (Baltimore 1996)
18 (2:15) Beat Sugar – Melanin (Washington Dc 1994)
19 (4:53) Pure Elegance – Playa Playa (Washington Dc 1995)

Volume 18 —

01 (3:55) Wolfe D.o.m – Da Stash (Baltimore 1996)
02 (4:49) Gangsta Host – 40 Oz’s (Washington Dc 1991)
03 (4:51) Mind, Body & Soul – This Is How It Should Be Done (Washington Dc 1991)
04 (4:21) Prince Ali Featuring Kev Brown – Movement (Incise) (Toronto-Washington Dc )(2004)
05 (3:29) Nick Swing & Bamboo – Out The Picture (Baltimore ?)(1993)
06 (3:50) Brother Most – Didja Want Some Mo’ (Washington Dc 1994)
07 (4:04) D.o.m.e.s.w.e.l.l.a.s – D.o.m.e.s.w.e.l.l.a.s (Baltimore 1994)
08 (2:22) Unbiased Ghetto Opinion – Blowin’ Spots (Washington Dc 1994)
09 (4:01) Educated Consumers – Past Present Future Revelation (Washington Dc 1998)
10 (4:04) Storm The Unpredictable – Stop Lyin’ (Washington Dc)(1997?)
11 (4:31) Da Porkchop – Da Nite (Baltimore 1998)
12 (4:37) Da Great Deity Dah – Indecent Proposal (Washington Dc 1997)
13 (4:26) Afiliashun – King Of The Hill (Baltimore 1997)
14 (4:09) Wilskinit – Live Life (Washington Dc 1997)
15 (4:41) Big U & The Madhouse Crew – Can Ya Feel Me (Lanham Md 1995)
16 (3:31) Infinite Loop – Snatch (Washington Dc 1999)
17 (3:54) North East Kings – Listen To Da Block (Baltimore 2000)
18 (4:16) Hecklers – Before I (Featuring Kina) (Baltimore 2003)
19 (6:13) Asheru & Blue Black Of The Unspoken Heard – Elevator Music feat. J-Live (Washington Dc 2001)
20 (1:29) Backland – Inquiring Minds (Baltimore 2006)
21 (3:56) Nappy Head Guerilla – Phat Enlightenment (Baltimore 1994)

Some notes about volume 18. Track 5 features an artist named ‘Bamboo’. I am pretty sure this is the same guy (from Baltimore) who had a single out in 1999 the name of which escapes me right now. A discogs search didn’t help. If  anyone out there can clear that up I’d like to know.

Volume 19 —

01 (4:23) Sagat – Put Yo Gun Down (Baltimore 1994)
02 (4:30) The P.o.p. – And U Don’t Stop (Washington Dc 1992)
03 (3:33) Amp Boogie – Out There (Baltimore 1994)
04 (3:45) Khaos And Dba – Funky Sensations (Baltimore 1992)
05 (3:40) Diamond K & C.i.a. – Don’t Front (Give It Up) (Baltimore 1995)
06 (5:40) The Unspoken Heard – Better (Washington Dc 1997)
07 (5:46) D.o.m.e.s.w.e.l.l.a.s. – Breakin’ Thru 4 Delf (Baltimore 1994)
08 (3:11) New Testament – Anticipating (Baltimore 1995)
09 (3:23) Unbiased Ghetto Opinion & Doodlebug – Straight From The Heart (Washington Dc 1995)
10 (3:02) Mr. Ruckuz – Underground Anthem (Lanham ?)(Maryland 1998)
11 (4:41) Starvin Art Clique – Starving Art (Baltimore 1997)
12 (5:13) Black Lotus – Seen And Heard (Washington Dc 1997)
13 (3:00) Black C – Untitled Bonus Track (Washington Dc 1999)
14 (3:37) Lo ‘The God Mc’ – Where Heart At (Baltimore 2001)
15 (4:47) Nonchalant – 5 O’clock (Washington Dc 1996)
16 (1:49) Under Achieva’z – Smacktations (Washington Dc 1996)
17 (4:43) Kaotic Sypher, Bogous, True & P.i. Crazee – Tight Situation (Washington Dc 1995)
18 (4:58) Dark Alley – Street Life (Washington Dc 1998)
19 (4:01) Afiliashun – War (Baltimore 2000)

Out of the 380+ compilations I’ve put together, the Baltimore/Washington Dc series is one of my all time favorites. I come back to them all the time. I hope you’ll find some replay value here too. Let me know what you think.

— Schenectadyfan

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6 Responses to “Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Parts 17-19 (1990-2007)”

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    Cannot wait for the rest … INCREDIBLE !!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Thanks for the feedback! Keep checking, the whole series will be up pretty soon!

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