Tracklist: 1) Intro 2) Dubee - My Thang 3) Delinquents - Deep 4) Lil Bruce feat. G-Note & Levitti - Keep A Tre' 8 5) P.O.D.E. feat Cougnut & Baldhead Rick - Product Of D Environment (edit) 6) Black Dynasty - Fire It Up (edit) 7) Young Lay - Playah's Mode 8) Ray Luv - In The Game 9) Spice 1 - 187 Proof 10) Mac Dre - Da Gift To Gab 11) Hugh E. MC - It's the Game 12) JT The Bigga Figga - Game Tight 13) Dre Dog - Chocolate Ty 14) Cold World Hustlers - Everday Thang (somethin' to ride to edit) 15) Primo - City Of The Players 16) Dangerous Dame - Stay With Me 17) Guce - Gimmie The Right 18) Spice 1 - Sucka Ass Ni66as 19) Spice 1 - Strap On the Side 20) 3X Krazy - Stackin Chips 21) 5150 - Bump A B*tch 22) D-Moe - Another Funky Verse 23) Total Devastation - Strictly For The Streets 24) West Coast Bad Boys - Peace 2 Da Streets 25) San Quinn - Hitz I'm Makin' 26) Totally Insane - The Backstreets 27) Mac Dre - What Cha Like 28) 11/5 - On The Inside 29) Ant Banks feat Too $hort, Tupac - This Is For The Hustlers 30) E-40 - Record Haters 31) RBL Posse - Boom 32) D-Shot feat E-40 & Levitti - Call Me On The Under (edit) 33) $icc Wid It/Outro
We are having a release party as well, this Friday @ The Elbo Room.
A lil' edit of some great uptempo R&B on Freestyle records from Lewis Taylor...the 12" version however was really tough to mix with due to the faded in beginning. Love this track! Lewis Taylor - Reconsider (intro - outro)
Here's an edit of the Menahan Street Band's "Tired Of Fighting" (b-side and instrumental to Charles Bradley's "The Telephone Song") with the T-Wayne vocals (got money). You know I had to sprinkle the "umbrella" drums in there too for that lil' part of the song, lol.
Here's a great b-side vocoder dub produced by Rich Cason, who is responsible for some of the most incredible west coast electro/funk productions ever. (see Killer Groove, Street Freaks, that Capt. Rapp joint on Kimberly, etc.) That of course being just the tip of the iceberg, Cason also played with Dyke and the Blazers in their heyday, wrote and arranged material by Leon Haywood & Formula V, not to mention a gang of other songwriting and arranging accomplishments throughout the years. I don't know anything about Tony Davis and whether or not that's actually R.C. singing but the dub definitely trumps the vocal version.
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