Various - Ancestors Of Rap (A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs) mp3 album
Ancestors Of Rap (A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs) (CD, Comp).
Ancestors of Rap by Various Artists, released 05. .His dream to compile prototype rap songs has existed for quite some time.
Some Rap Songs is the third studio album by American rapper Earl Sweatshirt. It was released on November 30, 2018, by Columbia Records and Tan Cressida Records.
Not to be confused with nu-metal (although it commonly is), rap-metal has produced some great stuff courtesy of groups like Rage Against the Machine and Biohazard. Groups of their ilk knew the importance of both musical styles at play in the mix, refusing to let either the metal or rap elements over.
An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though album sales in the 21st-century have mostly focused on CD and MP3 formats.
That album was 6 Feet Deep by The Gravediggaz and it truly withstands the test of time, as it’s possibly even better today than when it was first released. And it got me thinking – what other albums from the ’90s have been painfully underrated and deserve another listen? Especially considering the changes in the state of rap music we’ve seen in the past two decades?
Though Some Rap Songs may come across as a collection of underdeveloped vignettes of previously covered subject matter, further and deeper listening showcases an economical poet at his most striking self. The problem is that Earl’s stream of consciousness style does not lend itself to easy listening
|1||–Pigmeat Markham||We Got The Number|
|2||–Bill "Butter Ball" Crane||Steppin Tall'|
|4||–Obsidian II Feat. James West||Hanging In|
|5||–Billy Dee & Sugar Bear||Everybody Says|
|6||–James West||Hanging Out|
|7||–Johnnie Morisette||I'm Hungry|
|8||–Timmie Rogers||Snake Hips|
|9||–The Blowflys||Funky In The Hole|
|10||–Bobby & Deborreh Williams||The Pusher's Thang|
|11||–Round Robin Monopoly*||Little People|
|12||–Iris Bell & Jive-ettes*||Honky Games|
|14||–James Brown||Get On The Good Foot|
|15||–A.J. Rowe||Smoke My Pipe|
|16||–Rufus Beacham||Do You Have A Good Woman|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tramp Records
- Copyright (c) – Tramp Records
- Pressed By – www.HOFA.de – HOA260604
- Distributed By – Kudos
- Artwork [Cover] – Julia Sander
- Compiled By – Tobias Kirmayer
- Mastered By – Alex Klier
NotesMade in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 050580 998087
- Matrix / Runout: HOA260604 - www.hofa.de
- Label Code: LC 24072
|TRCD-9019||Various||Ancestors Of Rap (A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs) (CD, Comp, Promo)||Tramp Records||TRCD-9019||Germany||2012|
|TRLP-9019, NNR-007||Various||Ancestors Of Rap (A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs) (2xLP, Comp + 7", Promo)||Tramp Records, Number Nine Records||TRLP-9019, NNR-007||Germany||2012|