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One of the first vinyls I had when I was so into it. Except for admiration of the incredible flow I now find it hard to honestly enjoy.
 
Yeah, I have to be in the right mood to listen to this... usually a 'sit back and watch the world burn' kinda mood 
 
 
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Love that Dred Scott track. Damn good!
 
Never heard the second you posted but the bassline immediately transported me to this stunner.
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Just heard Dredd Scott utter ''Deep Cover''
 
 
And that^ started the reminisce. Like Fakin' the Funk, a cornerstone track.
 
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Ok, now this is something cool that I bumped into a few days ago: Rhythm Roulette. Producers randomly pick three records and make a beat from it.
Many many vids to check out on YouTube: Erick Sermon, Beatminerz, Big KRIT, El-P, 9th Wonder, Organized Noise and a lot of guys I've never heard of.
 
 
 
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Droppin some gems there @moriez! Fakin' the Funk got me reminiscing too... Wild Pitch had a killer roster back in the day. The one record on Wild Pitch I put above Breaking Atoms is The Coup's Genocide and Juice. Clean version of Fat Cats here, but still funky as hell:
 
Never clocked it before but This One's a Girl from Genocide & Juice samples that Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth tune you posted up 

 
Couple more from the Wild Pitch archives...
 
 
 
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Z-Ro killed it (while sporting the M&Ds) in the booth. I now have to check the new album out.
 
 
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Grabbed the CD today.
 
 Yall So Stupid - Van Full Of Pakistans from ~92 .
 
From a comment :
in 1995 ya'll so stupid changed thier name to 'mass influence', they released 'the underground science lp', mass influence recorded a second album in 99 called 'intellect street music' which was never released, they split in 2002. a few of the members recorded an album in 2009 called 'stay in your lane' which as of yet is unreleased
 
Whuttt I found some on Bandcamp : https://massinfluence.bandcamp.com/album/the-underground-science
 
Introduce Me :
 
 
85 South (remix) :
 
 
 
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