M.C. Hammer - Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em album download
The album was produced, recorded, and mixed by Felton Pilate and James Earley. The album ranked number one for 21 weeks on the US Billboard 200, due primarily to the success of the single "U Can't Touch This". Likewise, the album saw longevity on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, peaking at number one and staying at the top for 28 weeks.
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Includes The Hit Singles U CAN'T TOUCH THIS HERE COMES THE HAMMER PRAY HAVE YOU SEEN HER? EST 2120".
MC Hammer Please Hammer Don't Hurt um/1990.
Album: Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em, 1990. The CD is now the wax album and so it is a collector's item for people who collect music and love to look at the liner notes and feel paper. I don't know what would turn them on about having to go through that terrible exercise of trying to open the packaging - it's unbelievable when you're trying to open a CD, right? You need a box cutter.
Hammer was named top rap artist of 1989 by Billboard. And last month, he won two American Music Awards, for Best Rap Artist and Best Rap Album. All that was for his first album. Now - as he basks in his glory - his second album is released. With the usual rap swagger, he calls it Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em. But why should he hurt anyone? True, on stage - and even vocally - the man exudes menace. And the first track here hits hard, with lots of bragging and a hammer-like beat.
Hammer builds the majority of the songs here on obvious samples from easily recognizable soul and funk hits of the past, relying on the original hooks without twisting them into anything new (or, by implication, his own). That approach confirmed the worst fears of hip-hop purists about how the music might hit the mainstream. Taken on its own terms, Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em is a pretty slick - if unsubtle - pop confection.