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"America is Dying Slowly and other dope hip hop compilations"


  

          

Revisited America is... today and this shit might be my fav hip hop comp. Not a weak joint on here and some all time favs.
Starts off with Biz and Chubb Rock over a Prince Paul beat.
Pete Rock and the Lost Boyz.
All time Wu banger with America.
Classic Goodie Mob.
Mobb Deep at their grimiest.
Classic Organized Konfusion.
De La on a Beatminerz bounce.

Don't know how much Posdnuos contributed but he is listed as the A&R.

The Soul in the Hole soundtrack, Soundbombing, Lyricist Lounge etc.
They don't make compilations like that anymore, do they?

''i went from bashful to asshole to international''- CdoubleO

  

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those are some good compilations - yep
Apr 11th 2018
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Soul in the Hole usedta bump
Apr 11th 2018
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RE: Soul in the Hole usedta bump
Apr 11th 2018
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I Came In Here Just To Mention "Soul In The Hole" Soundtrack
Apr 11th 2018
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I'm going to leave off soundtracks:
Apr 11th 2018
3
have to check some of these out. keep em comin
Apr 11th 2018
13
Fuck you and your life for not mentioning What I Represent
Apr 11th 2018
4
RE: Fuck you and your life for not mentioning What I Represent
Apr 11th 2018
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Lol
Apr 11th 2018
9
"What's the matter with your life?" - OC
Apr 11th 2018
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You mean “Your Life”?
Apr 11th 2018
8
yes
Apr 11th 2018
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RE: "What's the matter with your life?" - OC
Apr 13th 2018
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That's Organized Konfusion's "Decisions" for me.
Apr 13th 2018
36
AIDS has one of the illest openers on a comp or soundtrack
Apr 11th 2018
6
my favorite song on the joint
Apr 11th 2018
12
"The Slam" Soundtrack
Apr 11th 2018
15
"Insomnia: Erick Sermon Compilation"
Apr 11th 2018
16
Dj K.O. Presents "Picture This"
Apr 11th 2018
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I was put onto this one via Pandora and "Ladder of Success"
Apr 12th 2018
25
I never even knew about this comp
Apr 13th 2018
31
Landspeed Records "Essential Underground Hip-Hop"
Apr 11th 2018
18
I used to have a similar mix from same label
Apr 13th 2018
38
"Wide Angles" Compilation
Apr 11th 2018
19
"Black Label: Hip-Hop 101"
Apr 11th 2018
20
"Hip-Hop Independents Day Vol. One"
Apr 11th 2018
21
"Hip Hop Independents Day Vol. Two"
Apr 11th 2018
22
"Halftooth Records Presents: You Don't Know The Half"
Apr 11th 2018
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What I represent is my fav off the comp
Apr 12th 2018
24
I used to BANG "Decisions" on repeat....
Apr 12th 2018
26
I first heard this on Stretch and Bobbito
Apr 13th 2018
32
New York Reality Check 101.....
Apr 12th 2018
27
A few more:
Apr 13th 2018
28
Organized Rhymes
Apr 13th 2018
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RE: Organized Rhymes
Apr 13th 2018
33
      RE: Organized Rhymes
Apr 13th 2018
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This whole tread is going make me do a comp marathon this weekend
Apr 13th 2018
34
Baby J Presents Birth
Apr 13th 2018
35
One Million Strong
Apr 13th 2018
37
i used to bump this one, pretty solid
Apr 13th 2018
41
Chuy Gomez presents On Hit Compilation
Apr 13th 2018
40
DJ Muggs - Soul Assassins Chapter 1
Apr 14th 2018
42
One of my favorite albums
Apr 14th 2018
43
Symbolyc One & Illmind "The Art Of Onemind"
Apr 14th 2018
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Dj Hi-Tek "Hiteknology"
Apr 14th 2018
45
Alchemist "1st Infantry"
Apr 14th 2018
46
Alchemist "1st Infantry Mixtape Vol. One"
Apr 14th 2018
47
"Connect The Dots: Music 4 All Cities"
Apr 14th 2018
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1. "those are some good compilations - yep"
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definitely

  

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2. "Soul in the Hole usedta bump"
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I went to Tower Records and copped Diesel (maxi single) for the overseas versions...chaotic brilliance

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10. "RE: Soul in the Hole usedta bump"
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Wed Apr-11-18 09:16 PM by rl9

  

          

>I went to Tower Records and copped Diesel (maxi single) for
>the overseas versions...chaotic brilliance

dope, will have to check, been sleeping on this.

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14. "I Came In Here Just To Mention "Soul In The Hole" Soundtrack"
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That soundtrack was banging as hell, I still haven't seen the movie or documentary for it though...lol.

Loud Records had the dopest artist roster at one point in time, nobody on that label was wack far as I remember.




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3. "I'm going to leave off soundtracks:"
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Beats & Lyrics
Soundbombing II
First Priority: Basement Flavor
Side Two
Rules of the Game
Million Dollar Dream

I'll add more later.

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13. "have to check some of these out. keep em comin"
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''i went from bashful to asshole to international''- CdoubleO

  

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4. "Fuck you and your life for not mentioning What I Represent"
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Lol

That’s my all-time favorite OC joint and on the shortlist of all-time favorite hip-hop joints period.

The epitome of hip-hop.

Soul In The Hole is still the better compilation though.

Mobb and Comon tracks on Soul are superior to theirs on AIDS

Although Wu and OK joints on AIDS were superior.

  

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5. "RE: Fuck you and your life for not mentioning What I Represent"
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I know hip-hop is life, but the subject for your post might be a bit much. LOL

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9. "Lol"
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7. ""What's the matter with your life?" - OC"
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your bitchass feelings might even get more hurt if I tell you that I prefer OC's It's my world from Soul in the Hole over this.

I def listened to Soul in The Hole and Soundbombing way more back in the day, that's why AIDS is sounding fresher to me right now.


>Lol
>
>That’s my all-time favorite OC joint and on the shortlist of
>all-time favorite hip-hop joints period.
>
>The epitome of hip-hop.
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>Soul In The Hole is still the better compilation though.
>
>Mobb and Comon tracks on Soul are superior to theirs on AIDS
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>Although Wu and OK joints on AIDS were superior.
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>

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8. "You mean “Your Life”?"
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Yeah that’s a banger too!

OC is easily a top 10 favorite MC of mine.

  

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11. "yes"
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''i went from bashful to asshole to international''- CdoubleO

  

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30. "RE: "What's the matter with your life?" - OC"
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This song blew me away when I first heard it on Soul In The Hole. Still one of my favorite OC joints.

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36. "That's Organized Konfusion's "Decisions" for me."
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>on the shortlist of
>all-time favorite hip-hop joints period.
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>The epitome of hip-hop.
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>Soul In The Hole is still the better compilation though.
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>Mobb and Common tracks on Soul are superior to theirs on AIDS

This is true. "Modus Operandi" and "High Expectations" are GOAT soundtrack cuts.



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6. "AIDS has one of the illest openers on a comp or soundtrack"
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Chubb Rock and Biz are a great combo. And that Prince Paul beat is so big and stupid that it all comes together perfectly.

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12. "my favorite song on the joint"
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And there were some HEATERS on that!!!

So that's saying a LOT!

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15. ""The Slam" Soundtrack"
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The soundtrack was pretty good, didn't care for some of the poetry skits but that was part of the movie but far as songs go, almost all of it was dope, you had:

Big Pun feat. Next "Sex, Money & Thugs"
Goodie Mob feat. Esthero "The World I Know"
Noreaga "Thug Poetry"
Black Rob "I Dare You"
Q-Tip "Hey"
Ol' Dirty Bastard & Coolio "Doin' It In The Park"
Dead Prez "Sellin' D.O.P.E."
Mobb Deep "Feel My Gat Blow"
Tekitha & Cappadonna "I Can See"
Brand Nubian "Time Is Running Out"
Flipmode Squad "Take A Walk In My Shoes"
KRS-One & Saul Williams "Ocean Within"

Only wack song on it was the Most Wanted with Pras & the Product, other than that it was a decent hip-hop compilation.


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16. ""Insomnia: Erick Sermon Compilation""
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This was at the height of Erick's & Def Squad's careers, Erick & Redman was making dope beats after dope beats, too bad they didn't do another compilation cause half these artists should've came with something than just those joints.

Redman "Funkorama"
Xross-Breed "The Vibe"
Passion "As The"
Jamal & Calif "It Beez Like That Sometimes"
Keith Murray "It's That Hit'
The Wixtons "Up Jump The Boogie"
The L.O.D. "I Feel It"
Duo "On The Regular"
Tommy Gunn "Fear"
Domo "Ready For War"
Erick Sermon "Reign"


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17. "Dj K.O. Presents "Picture This" "
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This one is one of those compilations that came out in 2008 but many didn't know about or forgot but had a lot of heat on it, at first I thought it was another dj mix cd but it's basically a non-mixed compilation of song featuring well known emcees with a few unknowns with tunes produced by Ninthwonder, Illmind, M-Phazes, Buckwild, Black Milk, Analogic, Ayatollah, Khrysis, & Marco Polo with tracks:

East & Silent Knight "Here We Go"
Royce 5'9, Elzhi, & Supastition "Best To Do It"
Silent Knight, Skyzoo, & Emilio Rojas "Get 'Em"
Torae, John Robinson, Talib Kweli feat. Tiffany Paige "Someday"
Phonte, Wordsworth, K-Hill, & Masta Ace "Ladder Of Success"
Soulstice, Eternia, & Kenn Starr "It's Time"
Edo. G, Diamond D., & Kaze "Nobody Like Me"
Chaundon, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Finale, & Sean Boog "Mind Of A Genius"
O.C., Torae, & Kaze "Three In The Chamber"
Silent Knight, J. Sinastah, & Archrival "This Land"
Wordsworth, Strick, & Torae "That Knack"
Skyzoo, Emilio Rojas, & Median "Start It All Over"

And two bonus tracks with remixes of "Someday" & "Best To Do It"

I use to bump this for a month straight, you can't go wrong with a producer & emcee line up like this.


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25. "I was put onto this one via Pandora and "Ladder of Success""
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De La Soul's station used to play that track a lot.

Whole album goes.

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31. "I never even knew about this comp"
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Good looking for mentioning this.

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18. "Landspeed Records "Essential Underground Hip-Hop""
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This is basically a compilation of 12" singles & songs off of albums all on the Landspeed Record label but it's a dope compilation if you don't have most of the artist's albums and whatnot.

Tracklisting:

7L & Esoteric "Soul Purpose"
Guru & Masta Ace "Conflict"
Grand Agent & Lord Finesse "Know The Legend"
Royal Flush, Street Smartz, & MOP "No Holds Barred"
Self Scientific, Planet Asia, & Krondon "Three Kings"
J. Rawls "Great Live Caper"
Guru, Big Shug, Krumbsnatcha, Edo G, & Akrobatik "Home"
F.T. "Stand Up"
Jedi Mind Tricks "Retaliation (Remix)"
Truth Enola "No Matter"
Reks "Skills 101"
Declaime "Exclaim The Name"
Jigmastas "Till The Day"
Group Home "Handle Your B.I."
Royce 5'9 & Cash Brown "Double Homicide"
Planet Asia "Holdin' The Crown"
Phife Dawg "Miscellaneous (Remix)"
Cormega "Fallen Soldiers"
Screwball "Turn It Up"


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38. "I used to have a similar mix from same label"
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forgot all about it until i seen your post...

https://www.rapmusicguide.com/cd/15907/landspeed-records-essential-underground-hip-hop-1

N.O.R.E., Lake, Capone, Cormega - We Gon Buck
Infamous Mobb, Prodigy - Mobb Niggaz (The Sequel)
50 Cent - U Not Like Me
Phil Da Agony, King Tee - Back Up
OC - King Of New York
Inspectah Deck - Swordplay (Remix)
Cormega - Get Out My Way
Guru, Masta Ace - Conflict (Remix)
R.A. The Rugged Man, Havoc - You Don't Wanna Fuck Wit
Non Phixion - Rock Stars
Royce Da 5'9" - Nickle Nine
Cormega - Built For This
Big Daddy Kane - Any Type Of Way
Infamous Mobb - Big T.W.I.N.S.
Group Home - Handle Your BI
The Beatnuts - Work That Pole
Main Flow, Talib Kweli - Hip Hop Worth Dying For
7L, Esoteric - Word Association
Thirstin Howl III - Thirsty Man

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19. ""Wide Angles" Compilation "
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"Wide Angles" was a basically a compilation of songs by artists on the Blidside Record label, every song was rap except for one song, overall it's still a great album with dope production from Dj Spinna, Joc Max, Nick Wiz, The Creators, Kenny Dope, and a few other producers:

Truth Enola feat. De La Soul "Voicetress"
Mos Def & Talib Kweli "Another World"
Big Kwam "Verbalize (DJ Spinna Remix)"
L Swift & A-Butta "Ride This"
Grap Luva "Touch The Sky"
Invisible Mics "Way Past Go"
"Alfonso Greer aka Joc Max "Situations Realstic"
Pharoahe Monch "Tooley Crew Personified"
Mr. Complex "Do It Up"
Subterranean "My Style Is Phreaky"
J-Live "Shyste"
Big Twan "One For The Lyricist"
Structure Rize "Put Your Hands Up"
Big Kwam "Kwamanwiz"

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20. ""Black Label: Hip-Hop 101" "
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This was suppose to be a Tommy Boy Records & De La Soul project where they were the executive producers of the project to help Tommy Boy round up other underground hip-hop artists and this was an artist showcase compilation, this isn't great but it had some butter tunes that were being played on underground mixshows the year this came out. I guess this didn't get the recognition it deserved so most of the artists on here that were signed to Tommy Boy got dropped and went ot other label or their album got shelved.

Self Scientific "Best Part"
Jigmastas "Let Me Hear It"
De La Soul "So Good"
Defari "Blast"
Talib Kweli & Tony Touch "What They May Seem"
Strick & Royce Da 5'9" "It's Over"
Da Matrix "Beat Biter"
Natural Elements "Live It Up Pt. 2"
Maseo & Kovas "Words & Verbs"
Masta Ace "Splash"
The Bad Seed "Pockets"
Medina Green "I See"
Royce Da 5'9" "I Won't Be"
Deadly Snakes "Culebras (Remix)"

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21. ""Hip-Hop Independents Day Vol. One" "
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This is the first volume where Nervous Records was wanting to put together a compilation of hip-hop artists and got Fat Beats Dj Eclipse to turn it into a mix cd but you could buy the three vinyl EPs of the songs unmixed as well.

Polyrhythm-Addicts "Not Your Ordinary"
Wizdom Life & Matt Fingatip "Fruits Of Labor"
Shabaam Sahdeeq feat. Black Sun "Any Minute Now"
Nightbreed "I Got Your Back"
Mike Zoot "Love & Stink"
Breez Evahflowin' "Forsaken"
Apani B. Fly Emcee "The Woman In Me"
L Fudge "A Conversation With Hip Hop"
Jigmastas fat. Joc Max "Comments: To The Sure Shot"
Duo Live "Maintain"
Capital A "All Day"
Natural Elements "Tri-Boro"
Kid Thun 'I Wonder (Life)"
The Raidermen feat. Mr. Voodoo, L-Swift, Sean Prince, Lace Da Booms, & Mike Zoot "Strateg"

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22. ""Hip Hop Independents Day Vol. Two" "
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This the second compilation Nervous Records did with more underground hip-hop artists and a few on their label at the time, some of the artists I never heard of until this cd came out. This time they got Dj Spinna to do the mixing of this compiation and of course he supplied original beats for the intro, outro, and an interlude, and like the previous volume Nervous put out three EP 12"s with majority of the songs unmixed.

Godfather Don "Pick Up The Mic"
K-Otix "Seven MC's Part II"
Masterminds "Sunshine"
Frankenstein "Agony & Ecstasy"
Danja Mowf "Like Flies"
Pumpkinhead "Daily Bread"
Network Reps "Simplistic"
Lone Catalysts "Lone Catalysts"
Screwball "On Point"
Mathematik "Better By The Letter"
Mr. Khaliyl "A Little Higher"
The Unspoken Heard "Better (Butter)"


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23. ""Halftooth Records Presents: You Don't Know The Half""
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I have to say I slept on this compilation cause the only reason I bought this was cause Kev Brown & Grap Luva joint, for a long time I didn't even listen to the cd then I picked it up and listened to it and was surprised how I slept on most of these songs, wasn't a fan of Kenn Starr rhymes but everyone else was pretty dope, Oddisee has a lot of production on this if you like his beats.

Oddisee, Kenn Starr, & J-Live 'Quest To Find"
Kenn Starr "What Up"
J-Live "Who Do You Call"
Phonte & Big Pooh "Long Time Comin' (Makin Moves)"
Oddisee "Yes Y'all"
Smash Mechanics 'Concrete Steps"
Kenn Starr "Walk The Walk"
Wordsworth "Here We Go Again"
Oddisee "Brother"
Dash "In The Middle"
Kaimbr, Cy Young, & DJ Roddy Rod "Everyday Campaign"
Oddisee & Kenn Starr "This Is Hip Hop"
Dash "Life To Live"
Kenn Starr, Asheru, & Talib Kweli "If"
Kev Brown, Grap Luva, & Oddisee "Keep On"
Quartermaine, Kenn Starr, Dash, Oddisee, & Wordsworth "You Don't Know The Half"




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24. "What I represent is my fav off the comp"
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These joints still get spins
"No Rubber, No Backstage Pass" performed by Biz Markie, Chubb Rock, & Prince Paul
"America" performed by Wu-Tang Clan & Killah Priest
"Blood" performed by Goodie Mob featuring Big Rube
"Listen To Me Now" performed by Eightball & MJG
"Street Life" performed by Mobb Deep & ACD
"Check Ya Self" performed by Spice 1, Celly Cel, 187 Fac, Ant Banks, & Gangsta P
"(Lately) I’ve Been Thinking" performed by Common & Sean Lett
"Decisions" performed by Organized Konfusion, & O.Gee
"What I Represent" performed by O.C. & Buckwild
"(Stay Away From The) Nasty Hoes" performed by Sadat X, Fat Joe, & Diamond D

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26. "I used to BANG "Decisions" on repeat...."
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-3JzZMoYqU

...I wipe my feet on your CD covers like welcome mats. Bienvenidos...How bout that? (c)Ab Soul

  

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32. "I first heard this on Stretch and Bobbito"
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I always thought this should have been the last song on Stress.

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27. "New York Reality Check 101....."
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LAWD, this had some joints on it. My two favorite...
Braggin Writes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baVl52N2q2c

Too Complex
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G-cCOqNdAY

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28. "A few more:"
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Defenders of the Underworld
Convexed
Strength Magazine Presents: Subtext
Funky Precedent Vol. 1 & Vol. 2
Superrappin (The Album) vol. 1 and vol. 2
Euphony
Audio D
The D&D Project
The Bedford Files
Beneath the Surface
Constant Elevation

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29. "Organized Rhymes"
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I made a post about it before and got no response.

Not sure how many people heard it.

  

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33. "RE: Organized Rhymes"
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When did it come out and what was on it?

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39. "RE: Organized Rhymes"
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https://www.discogs.com/Union-The-Union-Presents-Organized-Rhymes/release/1655077

  

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34. "This whole tread is going make me do a comp marathon this weekend"
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Bringing back some good memories.

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35. "Baby J Presents Birth"
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Baby J Intro
A.Alikes For My Army
Poetic Savior
Shaqueen Truth
Knowledge Scientifik Cipher The God In Man
Kinzmen Unseen Hand
Celestial Souljahz War Trilogy (P.O.W. (Projects Of War))
Celestial Souljahz War Trilogy (M.I.A. (Militia Incarcerated Arsonist))
Celestial Souljahz War Trilogy (Ambush)
Freestyle Focus
Bless Threat Of Allegiance
Yogi Pressure
Fire Fire Water
A.Alikes* Walk With A Bop
Yogi Angels Of Death
G-Force How Long?
Shabazz The Disciple The Lambs Blood
DJ Noize Outro

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37. "One Million Strong"
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Million_Strong

  

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41. "i used to bump this one, pretty solid"
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runnin is obviously the most popular one on here, and this version is better than the ones that came out after. I dug a lot of these songs, out to get mines is dope.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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40. "Chuy Gomez presents On Hit Compilation"
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for my bay area bredren.
https://youtu.be/Ahmf1roVdOE?list=OLAK5uy_mKEsbgN6t31Y5WuyKaryjmyio0N9q-UQE

I used to go to Rasputins music and dig through their CD crates for cheap compilations. this one stood out to me. i think a magazine called 4080 used to make to make some really good bay area mixtapes.

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42. "DJ Muggs - Soul Assassins Chapter 1"
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The only song I remember is the Goodie Mob one though. Need to revisit this


1. "The Time Has Come" (Muggs)
2. "Puppet Master" (Cypress Hill Ft Dr. Dre)
3. "Decisions, Decisions" (Goodie Mob)
4. "Third World" (RZA & GZA/Genius)
5. "Battle Of 2001" (Cypress Hill)
6. "Devil in a Blue Dress" (La the Darkman)
7. "Heavy Weights" (MC Eiht)
8. "Move Ahead" (KRS-One)
9. "It Could Happen to You" (Mobb Deep)
10. "Life Is Tragic" (Infamous Mobb)
11. "New York Undercover" (Call O' Da Wild)
12. "John 3:16" (Wyclef from Refugee Camp)
13. "Runnin' Wild" (Soul Assassins Music)

  

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43. "One of my favorite albums"
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44. "Symbolyc One & Illmind "The Art Of Onemind""
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Since we're now naming producer compilations then I'll start here with one I keep going back to every now & then; Symbolyc One & Illmind's "Art Of Onemind" compilation, this album was heat upon heat beat-wise, most of the most of the emcees & rappers featured were good too but musically is where this album shined the most.

Strange Fruit Project, Proh-Mic, & S'ence "Been Gone
Supastition "Neva Gone Change"
Tree & Dow Jones "Club Aquarius"
Myone, Kay, & De Loach "Hush"
Little Brother & Median "Right Here"
Oneself, Free Agents, & Myone "Blue Notes"
K-Otix & De Loach "Hands Off"
Big Pooh & Darien Brockington "Night Like This"
Strange Fruit Project "The Broke Song"
Organic Thoughts "The Groove"
Ghostface, Trife, & Myone "Milk 'Em"
Moon Cricket & Verbal Seed "Day After Day"
Chip-Fu & El Da Sensei "Onemind"
Bavu Blakes, Chucky Sly, & Myth "We Three Kings"
Kenn Starr & Thesis "Guilty Pleasures"
The Procussions "High Powered"


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45. "Dj Hi-Tek "Hiteknology""
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There is no need to hype this one, it's automatically expected, everyone should know about this album, one of Rawkus dope albums, before Hi-Tek started to slack off in production.

Common feat. Vinia Mojica "The Sun God"
Talib Kweli & DCQ "Get Back Pt. II"
Main Flow, Donte, Crunch Ex, & Brian Digby "Breakin' Bread"
Cormega feat. Jonell "All I Need Is You"
Jinx Da Juvy "Where I'm From"
Mos Def & Vinia Mojica "Get Ta Steppin"
Slum Village "L.T.A.H."
Mood "Suddenly"
Buckshot "The Illest It Gets"


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46. "Alchemist "1st Infantry" "
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"Prodigy & Game "Dead Bodies"
The Lox "The Essence"
Prodigy, Illa Ghee, feat. Nina Sky "Hold You Down"
M.O.P. & Stat Quo "Stop The Show
Havoc, Sheek Looch, Big Noyd, & J-Hood "D-Block To QB"
Lloyd Banks"Bangers"
Devin The Dude "Where Can We Go"
Mobb Deep "It's A Craze"
Dilated Peoples "For The Record"
Sheek Louch & J-Hood "Boost The Crime Rate"
Chinky "Strength Of Pain"
B-Real "Bang Out"
Nas & Prodigy "Tick Tock"
T.I. & P$C "Pimp Squad
Big Twin "Different Worlds"

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47. "Alchemist "1st Infantry Mixtape Vol. One" "
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I liked the Infantry mixtapes better than I did his actual albums, anyway this was one of my favorite compilations, basically a Mobb Deep & friends compilation though.

M.O.P. & Kool G. Rap "Street Team (Remix)"
Havoc "Walk With Me"
Lil Dap "Meditation"
Freeway "Still In Effect"
Havoc & Godfather Pt. 3 "The First To Drop A Beat The Boldest"
Nashawn "In Jail"
Prodigy "P Broke The Switch"
Capone-N-Noreaga & Kool G. Rap "Thug Shit, Queens Cliques"
Dilated Peoples "Thieves"
Big Noyd "That's My Style"
Inspectah Deck "Stay Bent"
Mobb Deep "Backwards"
Infamous Mobb & Chinky "Kay Slay Shit"


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48. ""Connect The Dots: Music 4 All Cities""
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I only got this cause the record shop I use to frequent use to get all the Nu Gruv Alliance vinyl (Stones Throw, Conception Records, Industry Records, Blackberry Records stuff), anyway I saw this compilation on vinyl, had a artists I knew of so I took a chance.

One Step Beyond '"Mr. Tuffy"
Mykill Miers "Bring It On"
Kombo "God Bound"
Kazi "Called Your Bluff"
Unspoken Heard "Da Music
Lexicon "Not Pseudo"
Motion Man "Duck Duck Duck"
Fear "Shooting Stars"
Rhettmatic "How Long Have You Been Listening"
Pumpkinhead "Wack MC's"
Dr. Oop "Run This"
Trademark "Labyrinth"
Songodsuns "Gallaleo"
Scram Jones "Liquid Heat"

This compilation was pretty decent except for the two LNMO songs "Street Wise" & "Stick Up The Stuck Up" feat. 2Mex, which sucked, LOL.


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