Lord Finesse - Hip Hop Classics Vol. 3 album download
|A3||–Big Daddy Kane||Something Funky|
|A4||–LL Cool J||1-900 LL Cool J|
|A5||–Main Source||Friendly Game Of Baseball|
|A6||–Kool G Rap||Truly Yours|
|A7||–Craig G.*||Droppin Science|
|A8||–Antoinette||I Got An Attitude|
|A9||–MC Lyte||Shut The Eff Up|
|A10||–Original Concept||Knowledge Me|
|A11||–Mantronix||Fresh Is The Word|
|A12||–T La Rock||Breakdown|
|A13||–T La Rock||It's Yours|
|A15||–Cold Crush Bros.*||Fresh, Wild, Fly & Bold|
|A16||–T-Ski Valley||Catch The Beat|
|A17||–Spoonie Gee||Spoonie Is Back|
|A18||–Waterbed Kev*||All Night Long|
|A19||–Grandmaster Flash & Furious 5*||The Message|
|A20||–Fab 5 Freddy||Change The Beat|
|A21||–Doug E. Fresh||The Original Human Beat Box|
|A23||–Davy DMX||One For The Treble|
|B2||–Kraftwork*||Trans Europe Express|
|B3||–Soul Sonic Force||Planet Rock|
|B4||–Man Parrish||Hip Hop Be Bop|
|B7||–Masters Of Ceremony||Dynamite|
|B8||–Kool G Rap||It's A Demo|
|B9||–Public Enemy||Don't Believe The Hype|
|B10||–Public Enemy||Rebel Without A Pause|
|B11||–Public Enemy||Termninator X On The Edge Of Panic|
|B12||–Big Daddy Kane||Mortal Combat|
|B13||–Markey Fresh||Mack Of Rap|
|B14||–Jesse West||No Prisoners|
|B15||–Grand Puba||Step To The Rear|
|B16||–Big Daddy Kane||Young, Gifted & Black|
|B17||–Tribe Called Quest*||Butter|
|B18||–Gang Starr||Gotta Get Over (Rmx)|
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Lord Finesse not only is an excellent punchline rapper, he is a top producer as well. For this project, Finesse dug deep into archives to bring us a dope album filled with previously unreleased SP1200 boom bap heat. Mixed and mastered to make it sound crisp and fresh, this album is a Hip Hop gem of the highest degree, showcasing the craftsmanship of one of the game’s most underappreciated producers. 6. RJD2 - Deadringer (2002). The album features vocal contributions from Blueprint, Jakki da Motamouth, and Copywrite, but those three tracks aside the album is completely instrumental. From the funky opener The Horror to the moody blues of Smoke & Mirrors to the soul of Good Times Roll P., – this album shows great variation and is perfectly consistent at the same time. Great beats, well-timed scratches, and beautiful soundscapes combine into a powerful package.
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The one, the only, the funky technician. Hip Hop Classics Vol. 3 - Mixed by Lord Finesse (download) 01. Tragedy - Intelligent Hoodlum 02. Big Daddy Kane - Something Funky 03. LL Cool J - 1-900-LL Cool J 04. Main Source - Friendly Game Of Baseball 05. Kool G Rap - Truly Yours 06. Craig G - Droppin Science 07. Antoinette - I Got An Attitude 08. MC Lyte - Shut The Fuck Up 09. Original Concept - Knowledge Me 10. Mantronix - Fresh Is The Word 11. T La Rock - Breakdown 12. T La Rock - It's Yours 13. Fearless Four - F-4000 14. Cold Krush Bros
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