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Rick Rubin Compilation (1984-1989)

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Words cannot express how much I appreciate Rick Rubin. If you’re no stranger to the Philaflava message boards, you’ll know I even dedicated an entire forum to the man. There may not be a more accomplished producer to have mastered almost every genre of music. Whether it was LL Cool J, T-La Rock, Run DMC, Beasties, Slayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Danzig, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, NIN, Jay-Z or Lana DelRay, Ricky Rubin has pretty much worked with every accomplished artist you can think of. Below is a mix our homie claaa7 was kind to cook-up. Respect the God. –Philaflava

Rick Rubin Compilation (1984-1989)

01. T La Rock – “It’s Yours”
02. LL Cool J – ” I Need A Beat” [Original]
03. LL Cool J – “Rock The Bells” [Original]
04. Beastie Boys – “Rock Hard”
05. Hollis Crew “It’s The Beat”
06. Run DMC – “Christmas in Hollis”
07. Jazzy Jay – “Def Jam”
08. Junkyard Band – “The World”
09. Jimmy Spicer – “This is It”
10. Jazzy Jay – “Cold Chillin’ in the Spot”
11. Run DMC – “Jam Master Jammin'”
12. LL Cool J – “Going Back to Cali”
13. LL Cool J – “Jack The Ripper”
14. Run DMC – “Mary, Mary”
15. Queen – “We Will Rock You” [Remix Reduced by Rubin] [*]

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Goodies From The T.R.O.Y. Forum

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

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Shout-out to the forum and its awesome members such as and . Thank you all for sharing and most importantly, supporting Philaflava.

(R.F.D.) Random Friday Downloads

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Thanks to J-Preme and everyone on the T.R.O.Y. forum for the links. This is just a little something to hold you over for the weekend. 1994 represent, represent!

A1       Forreal (Street Version)
A2       Forreal (Radio Remix)
A3       Forreal (Instrumental)
B1       Me And My Squad
B2       Checkin Down The Menu
B3       Checkin Down The Menu (Instrumental)

LINK

A1       In Tha “Q” (Radio Edit)
A2       In Tha “Q” (Instrumental)
B1       In Tha “Q” (Street Mix)
B2       Interlude
B3       Don’t Wet Dat (Radio Edit)

LINK

A1       Shawn
A2       Shawn (Radio Edit)
B1       Shawn (Accapella)
B2       3,000 Long
B3       3,000 Long (Accamental)

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Dropped Same Day: Tribe Called Quest / X Clan

Monday, May 13th, 2013

After securing only around a third of the vote during the first Dropped Same Day, we’re takin’ it back even further as Tribe returns to face off against the Afrocentric group X Clan, featuring both of their introductory albums at the beginning of the nineties.

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Tuesday, April 17th, 1990.

Two LPs: Tribe‘s first, off Jive / RCA and X Clan‘s debut, on 4th & B’way / Island.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep

B.G. Knocc Out & Dresta – 2 Unreleased Tracks from ’93

Monday, May 6th, 2013

Well, here’s a treat for all of B.G. Knocc Out & Dresta fans and for gangsta music fans in general. Two unreleased tracks that probably were omitted from their ’95 debut album “Real Brothas“.

You will aslo recognize disses towards Snoop and Dre.

Thanks to philaflava TROY forum member Fritz and to the dubcc forum member iDontTrip who originally brought this up.

Enjoy!

 

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Down 4 CPT

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–Markshot

 

Dropped Same Day: AZ / Jamal / Kausion / KRS / Menace Clan / Souls of Mischief

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Here’s another six records, this time from around the middle of the decade. AZ first shows up on the scene, in addition to three artists / groups that only ever dropped a single album and then of course there’s the Jive rematch between KRS and Souls.

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Tuesday, October 10th, 1995.

Six LPs: AZ‘s debut, via EMI, Jamal‘s only, on Rowdy Records, Kausion‘s only, through Lench Mob Records, KRS-One‘s sophomore, by way of Jive, Menace Clan‘s only, off  Noo Trybe / Rap-A-Lot and Souls of Mischief‘s second, via Jive.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep

Dropped Same Day: Black Moon / Em / Prince Paul / Rob Swift / Roots / Sporty Thievz

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Alright, so far we’ve been focusing on some cornerstones of the early to mid nineties but let’s take it to the other side of the decade for a moment. On this day the Best of Vanilla Ice was released and so was TLC‘s FanMail, as well as these half a dozen hip hop records…

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Tuesday, February 23rd, 1999.

Six LPs: Black Moon‘s second, on Duck Down / Priority, Eminem‘s sophomore, via Aftermath / Interscope, Prince Paul‘s second, through Tommy Boy / Warner Bros., Rob Swift‘s sophomore by way of Asphodel Records, The Roots‘ fourth, off MCA and Sporty Thievz‘s only, via Columbia / Ruffhouse.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep

Dropped Same Day: Ahmad / Beastie Boys / 8Ball & MJG / Heavy D / Jeru

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

And ya don’t stop. This time around we’ve got Mr. Back in the Day, the Sabotage boys, a couple players on their night out,  the boyz with Nuttin’ But Love and the prophet. As the groups continued to put out records, a couple new solo artists stepped onto the scene to start their careers.

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Tuesday, May 24th, 1994.

Five LPs: Ahmad‘s first, by way of Giant / Reprise / Warner Bros., The Beastie Boys‘ fourth, through Grand Royal, Eightball & MJG‘s second, off Suave House, Heavy D & the Boyz‘ fifth, via Uptown and Jeru the Damaja‘s debut, on PayDay.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep

Dropped Same Day: Big L / Dana Dane / Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Monday, April 8th, 2013

For today’s history lesson, we’ve got the introduction albums from two deceased New York hip hop crew members in yet another D.I.T.C. / Wu-Tang connection and what is still the most recent record from eighties star and Kangol Crew member, Dana Dane.

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Tuesday, March 28th, 1995.

Three LPs: Big L‘s debut, on Columbia, Dana Dane‘s third, via Maverick and Ol’ Dirty Bastard‘s first, off Elektra.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep

Dropped Same Day: Digable Planets / O.C. / Scarface / Twista

Monday, April 1st, 2013

As we proceed to give you what you need. For this installment we have an odd mix. A trio from all over the country, a lyricist from Brooklyn, an MC from Houston and one from Chicago. Twista’s album was actually originally released only in the Chicago area.

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Tuesday, October 14th, 1994.

Four LPs: Digable Planets‘ sophomore, on EMI / Pendulum, O.C.‘s debut, through Wild Pitch, Scarface‘s third, via Rap-A-Lot and Twista‘s second, off Atlantic.

Pick your favorite and / or the best album, doesn’t matter.

Check other posts in the Dropped Same Day series here.

And feel free to state your case, leave corrections or post additional match ups you would like to see in the comments below.

— The Big Sleep