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Company Flow dropped their debut single in 1994 on Libra Records. The year after that they dropped EP, Funcrucher on Official Recordings which was followed with two more singles also dropped on Official Recordings, Infokill and Eight Steps To Perfection. Soon after they signed to Rawkus and in 1997 dropped their full-lengh debut Funcrusher Plus who instantly became widely recognized as an underground classic. The album was followed with two more singles, Blind and Fire In Which You Burn (recorded under the name Indelible MC’s [Company Flow, Juggaknots & J-Treds]). In 1998 they released one more single, End To End Burners, also on Rawkus.
All of those singles mentioned above you can download in the following post.
Juvenile Technique VLS (1994)01. Juvenile Technique (Radio Edit) 02. Juvenile Technique (Instrumental) 03. Juvenile Technique (LP Version) 04. Juvenile Technique (Essentials Mix)
More singles after the break!
i’ve always had an appreciation for songs that would forgo the whole “verse-hook-verse-hook” monotony and would just be all about the rapping. songs that were just an mc rhyming over a beat with no frills. it feels as if these kinds of songs were standard for most golden age albums made by any respectable mc of that era. ranging from album intro’s to full on 48 bar verses to album outro’s, these are all songs where the mc would go for theirs ,without worrying about when the hook was gonna drop, and simply show and prove.
1)creative control: O.C.
2)portrait of a masterpiece: the D.O.C.
3)the grime and grit: pep love
4)mc’s out to murder the world: the cenobites
5)no omega: Eric B. and Rakim
6)On the jazz tip: maestro fresh wes
7)timebomb: public enemy
8)communism: Common sense
9)kool is back: kool g rap and dj polo
10)no chorus: kool kieth
11)phuck’em up U: grand daddy I.U.
12)akbar’s joint: jamalski (but actually akbar)
13)the master: freddie foxxx
14)braggin’ writes: J-live
15)planet brooklyn: freshco
2)talk about it: skam
3)mysteries of life: Lewis Parker
5)east/west: the colony
6)problem child:constant deviants
9)come inside: tony bones
10)deep in your bones: tony bones
11)better then you: mad scientist
12)born to live (original demo version): O.C.
Blockhead, producer and part-time Philaflava poster laced us with this Stretch & Bob demo tape from his stash. Hopefully there will be more to come.