Various - Gee Street The Album mp3 album
Track B4 is actually the Ultimatum remix of Princess of the Posse.
In 1992, after a four-year hiatus, Doug E. Fresh joined MC Hammer's label Bust It Records and issued the album Doin' What I Gotta Do, a commercial failure despite some minor acclaim for the single "Bustin' Out (On Funk)", which sampled Rick James' 1979 single "Bustin' Out". In 1993, Doug E. Fresh found a new home at Island Records-affiliated label Gee Street. However, he only released one single containing three songs: "I-ight (Alright)" (the main track), "Bounce" and "Freaks".
Streaming + Download. Purchasable with gift card. 1. For The People (Intro) 01:52. If you like Gee Wunder, you may also like: Nothing Great About Britain by slowthai. On his debut record, slowthai dismantles stereotypes of British culture over trebly hip-hop beats. Bandcamp New & Notable May 16, 2019. Georgia Anne Muldrow by Tensei. featured on Bandcamp Weekly May 14, 2019.
Gee" first tied with "Nobody" by the Wonder Girls for the longest-running on music portal . et (6 weeks). The song then broke the record by staying on top a seventh week, and remained in the position for an eighth week. It also tied then broke the record for longest-running on KBS's Music. Bank, beating the 7-week record previously set by Jewelry in 2008 with "One More Time" . SM Entertainment stated that over 100,000 copies of the mini-album were shipped to stores while sales analyst company Hanteo reported sales in excess of 30,000 copies within the first 10 days of its release. According to their agency SM Entertainment, the album sold nearly 65,000 copies
Gee Street Records was a British hip hop record label started by Jon Baker in 1985. The label's name came from its original location, a converted warehouse on Gee Street in London. Between 1980 and 1984, label head Baker lived in New York City. After returning to London in 1984, Baker became a hip hop promoter. In 1985, Baker opened Gee Street records and began releasing white-label dance and hip hop records. Many of these broke new ground. in 1990, Gee Street was acquired by Chris Blackwell's Island Records. After Blackwell left Island and the PolyGram group in 1998, Baker bought back Gee Street and sold it to Richard Branson's fledgling V2 Records. The label was shuttered in 2001. Selected discography. PM Dawn, The Bliss Albu. (Vibrations of Love and Anger and the Ponderance of Life and Existence) (1993). Stereo MCs, Connected (1993).
The album was released by Gee Street/4th & B'Way/Island Records. One of the dozens of hip-hop groups signed in the early-'90s alt-rap feeding frenzy, this little-known duo is probably most notable for its seminal work with producer Scott Harding (aka Scotty Hard), who went on to work with artists like the Gravediggaz and Prince Paul. The first two tracks start their debut album off rather clumsily, with an in-your-face Beastie Boys-meets-Onyx vibe that falls a little flat. Produced by The Lumberjacks, Scott Harding, and New Kingdom Mixed by Scott Harding Assisted by New Kingdom Scratches: Myself Recorded at Gee Studios, London and GLC Sound Studios, NY Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, NY. "Half Seas Over" background vocals: A Bunch Of Drunk Mutha Funkers "Mother Nature" drums: Matt Lipper "Lazy Smoke" featuring Time Berne on alto saxophone.
This is the Official Crookid Gee Street Team page, all shows tours will be posted in here as well as postings an. .Crookid Gee Street Team. October 31, 2017 ·. Yo who wants to Street team for Crookid Gee Rep yo State let's see who's out there.
|A2||–Richie Rich||My DJ|
|A3||–Jungle Bros, The*||Black Is Black|
|A4||–Outlaw Posse||Dat Soul|
|A5||–Rumble & Strong*||Crazy Jam|
|A7||–Choice MCs*||This Is The B Side|
|B1||–Stereo MCs*||What Is Soul?|
|B2||–Jungle Bros, The*||I'll House You|
|B3||–T.G.G Sheriff*||Deep End|
|B4||–Latifah*||Princess Of The Posse|
|B5||–Richie Rich||Rockin On The Go Go|
|B7||–Jungle Bros, The*||I'm Gonna' Do You|
- Mastered At – The Exchange
- Pressed By – Adrenalin
- Mastered By – Mike's*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): GEE-A-4-A Adrenalin MIKE's D.L.M.
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): GEE A-4-B1 THE EXCHANGE D.LM. ADRENALIN
|GEECD4, 510 051-2||Various||Gee Street (The Album) (CD, Album, Comp)||Gee Street, Gee Street||GEECD4, 510 051-2||UK||1988|
|GEE MC4||Various||Gee Street (The Album) (Cass, Album, Comp)||Gee Street||GEE MC4||UK||1989|
|GEE A4||Various||Gee Street (The Album)/Crazy Jam (LP, Comp)||Gee Street||GEE A4||UK||1988|
|GEE A4||Various||Gee Street (The Album) (LP, Comp)||Gee Street||GEE A4||UK||1988|