Sporty Thievz - Street Cinema mp3 album
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2013: "Speak Ya Mind - Cinema,Beats & Brawdz p. Mixtape". 2013: "The Best of Sporty Thievz Classic Freestyles Mixtape". 2014: "Sporty Thievz Album Street Cinema 2. References. British Hit Singles & Albums (19th e. London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 521. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
And it would keep the party jumping, if Street Cinema wasn't conceived as an audio movie, necessitating the appearence of sketches and dialogue between songs. Telling a story with an album ain't that easy - the Who couldn't do it with Tommy, Genesis couldn't do it with The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - and the worst of it is, Street Cinema doesn't even really want to tell a story; it just wants the appearance of a narrative, so the album might. stand out from the rest of the pack. A narrative would also hopefully make people ignore the crew's cribbing of various.
Tracklist: 01. Intro 02. The Spot 03. Fedz, Freeks Skit 04. Freeks, Slow Money Toney 05. Spy Hunter 06.
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Street Cinema is the first and only album by the American hip hop group Sporty Thievz. Street Cinema was released on August 18, 1998 through Ruffhouse Records and was co-produced by Ski and Sporty Thievz member King Kirk. The album was one of the final to be released through Ruffhouse, as the label was shut down less than a year later. Chart-wise, the album did not make much of an impact, only making it to 66 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and 16 on the Top Heatseekers.
Sporty Thievz was a Yonkers, New York hip-hop group, originally a trio, composed of King Kirk (. Thieven Stealburg), Big Dubez (. Safecracker) and Marlon Bryant Brando (1979-2001) (. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Street Cinema Album.