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    Return Of The Boom Bap

    Import


    Limited Edition Of 1,000 Copies On 180 Gram Transparent Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Return of the Boom Bap is KRS-One's first official solo album, released in 1993. It peaked on the Billboard 200 charts at position 37 and the album has sold over 300,000 copies.


    Unlike the majority of the Boogie Down Productions LP's, KRS here takes a step back from the production duties and invites rising underground stars DJ Premier, Showbiz and Kid Capri to handle the beats in addition to his four contributions. The track P Is Still Free appeared on the Menace to Society Original Soundtrack [MOVATM152] labeled as a B.D.P. track. The track Black Cop was originally released as a 12 single and a track for the CB4 movie soundtrack, thus also labeled as a B.D.P. track.


    The album was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums. The record was originally rated 4 mics in The Source in 1993.

    LP 1
    1. KRS-One Attacks
    2. Outta Here
    3. Black Cop
    4. Mortal Thought
    5. I Can't Wake Up
    6. Slap Them Up
    7. Sound Of Da Police


    LP 2
    1. Mad Crew
    2. Uh Oh
    3. Brown Skin Woman

    4. Return Of The Boom Bap
    5. "P" Is Still Free
    6. Stop Frontin'
    7. Higher Level

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    Return Of The Boom Bap

    1993's Return of the Boom Bap is the debut solo album from former Boogie Down Productions leader and rap pioneer KRS-One. Enlisting outside producers here such as Gang Starr's DJ Premier and Kid Cupri gives the music the weight to contend with KRS-One's cutting and socially conscious lyrics, making for a hard-hitting and thrilling ride in hip-hop history.
    1. KRS-One Attacks
    2. Outta Here
    3. Black Cop
    4. Mortal Thought
    5. I Can't Wake Up
    6. Slap Them Up
    7. Sound Of Da Police
    8. Mad Crew
    9. Uh Oh
    10. Brown Skin Woman
    11. Return Of The Boom Bap
    12. P Is Still Free
    13. Stop Frontin'
    14. Higher Level
    KRS One
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    Parallels

    An overwhelmingly pleasant listen - Pitchfork

    [Nosaj Thing is] a progressive, genre-clashing and boundary-breaking producer. - Hypebeast

    Parallels is the fourth full album released under Jason Chung's distinctive moniker, Nosaj Thing. Masterfully dimensional, Parallels Represents the acclaimed Los Angeles-based electronic producer/composer/performer's most diverse, vital work yet. As such, Chung sees Parallels represents a kind of redemptive rebirth.The album's compellingly elusive, uncategorizable sonics developed out of what he terms a personal & musical identity crisis.

    According to Chung, working with a group of collaborators on Parallels that combined both longtime friends and new creative partners added new energy which pushed me not to limit myself.Everything felt fresh and alive. The title Parallels in fact evokes the intense, intimate duality Nosaj Thing and his collaborators share.Chung is known specifically for his innovative, unexpected musical pairings: Kid Cudi hit up on Nosaj Thing via his MySpace page in2006, resulting in Chung producing Cudi's autobiographical classicThe Man on the Moon. Kendrick Lamar flowed over Nosaj's ethereal boom bap to create the YouTube gem Cloud 10; Chance the Rapper, meanwhile, freaked a Nosaj beat for his 2013 breakout masterpiece Paranoia and appeared on Nosaj Thing's previous LP,2015's Fated. Chung and Blonde Redhead vocalist Kazu Makino are also longtime creative partners on each other's work; her voice appears on Parallels as an otherworldly spirit animating the icily'80s-synthetic How We Do.

    1. Nowhere
    2. All Points Back To U (feat. Steve Spacek)
    3. Form
    4. How We Do (feat. Kazu Makino)
    5. U G
    6. Get Like
    7. TM
    8. Way We Were (feat. Zuri Marley)
    9. IGYC
    10. Sister
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    United

    Clear Vinyl


    Over the past few years, Berkeley-based songwriter/producer Dan Casey (better known as Yalls) has issued everything from sun-kissed synth-pop to quirky hip-hop instrumentals, glitched excursions of post-aughts soul, to tropical-tinged, vocal-led boom-bap. He has regularly delivered immersive one-offs, inventive remixes, and guitar based works under his own name, Casey has built a reputation as a producer who may be hard to pin down in exact terms, but is always reliable for delivering delicious hooks and poignant melodies. Unite, the first proper full-length album by Yalls, is a cohesive amalgamation of the sound Casey has been exploring. It combines elements of mid-60's funk, modern experimental beatmaking, and pop music - firmly placing the listener in a unique space somewhere between defunct dance halls and outer space.

    1. Safe Soundsz
    2. Leak On
    3. High Society
    4. DC
    5. Fresh Part
    6. Terrain
    7. Warlords
    8. Cooking
    9. Unite
    10. Butterfalls
    11. Like A Fool
    12. Finalized
    Yalls
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    Event II: Instrumentals


    INSTRUMENTAL VERSION


    Deltron 3030 is composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: Master lyricist Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, superproducer Dan "The Automator" Nakamura and
    virtuoso turntablist DJ Kid Koala. Individually, they stand at the top of their respective musical disciplines; together, on the eponymous Deltron 3030, they
    warped space, bent time, transcended genre and blew minds, creating an album that still stands today as one of the most important records in the annals
    of underground hiphop.


    Both timely and avant garde, Deltron 3030 accurately - if surrealistically - captured the spirit of the cusp of the millennium, an era when a technolog ydriven
    stock market bubble was on the verge of bursting, when the political world was entering an era of unprecedented partisanship, when global
    inequality was beginning to skyrocket. Critics dubbed it a masterpiece: The most purely enjoyable hip-hop album of 2000, NME declared. Vice praised
    Deltron 3030 as a dope hip-hop concept album...visionary sci-fi rap for comic book heads, cyberpunks and conspiracy theorists that closed the gaps
    between indie-rap, boom bap and future-music. It's not only one of the best albums in either of their catalogs, but one of the best to come out of the new
    underground, period, said AllMusic.com. Pitchfork called Nakamura the poet laureate of creepy, oppressive beats, describing the album as an exciting
    reimagining of the future from the bottom up that reveals Del as a surprisingly acute social critic.


    Now, over a decade later, they're finally releasing the long-awaited follow-up to their debut - an album titled Deltron 3030: Event II. This time, the album
    has a specific story, says Del. The Deltron world has gone too far with technology. Everything's destroyed, and you just see the remnants of our
    technology. The streets are run by criminals, the police are outnumbered and outgunned, and we're like pirates, running rogue, doing what we do to
    survive. That's the scene of it. We're trying to be as literary as possible while dealing with a musical format. I don't know if you could even categorize this
    as a hip hop album - it's more like a rock opera, but using rap.


    He notes that the words, music and narrative have been deliberately chosen to put listeners into a specific emotional state. This record took 13 years,
    and the whole time fans are telling us we better come out with Deltron right now - quit teasing me, laughs Del. Well, this is beyond a regular album.
    Because I would say, me, Dan and Koala, we aren't limited by what other rap groups do - we're musicians first. I studied music theory for ten years. Dan
    and Koala been learning music since they were kids. We're bringing it all together here, everything, and the fans, the critics, they all going to be surprised
    by what we got. You'll see.

    1. Stardate
    2. The Return
    3. Pay The Price
    4. Nobody Can
    5. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 1
    6. Melding Of The Minds
    7. The Agony
    8. Back In The Day
    9. Talent Supersedes
    10. Look Across The Sky
    11. The Future of Food
    12. My Only Love
    13. What Is This Loneliness
    14. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 2
    15. City Rising From The Ashes
    16. Do You Remember
    Deltron 3030
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    Hell Hath No Fury (Awaiting Repress)

    White Colored Vinyl


    In the 4 years after The Clipse dropped their sophomore classic Lord Willin' the duo was able to build a legacy that had fans hungry for new material. After the smoke cleared and they
    hit the studio the Virginia brothers recorded the confidently mature sophomore effort, Hell Hath No Fury. Best known for their unconventional radio smash "Grindin'," Clipse are no
    strangers to taking risks with the boundary-pushing Neptunes, who return as trusted co-pilots for Hell Hath No Fury. As always the duo is right at home over The Neptunes crafted
    beats which perfectly embrace Pusha's inventive drug-game metaphors and Malice's soul-baring confessionals. From the bouncy lead single "Mr. Me Too" and the Slim Thug
    assisted "Wamp Wamp" to the oddly haunting Keys Open Doors to Momma I'm Sorry, Hell Hath No Fury represents some of the duo's best work. On the hypnotic "Keys Open
    Doors," over the eerie mix of screwed-up angelic voices, chimes and congas, the brothers run circles around the competition, while the spine-tingling boom-bap of "Ride Around Shining" sets the stage for Pusha's hilarious boasts. Whether rhyming over distorted, lo-fi guitar plucks ("Dirty Money") or overblown 808s ("Trill"), the brothers come with colorful references and inventive word play that easily places them in a lyrical class of their own. Get On Down now proudly issues this Neptunes produced favorite on LP for the first time ever with the first run on white vinyl.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. We Got It for Cheap (Intro)
    2. Momma I'm So Sorry
    3. Mr. Me Too (featuring Pharrell)
    4. Wamp Wamp (What It Do) (featuring Slim Thug)
    5. Ride Around Shining (featuring Ab-Liva)
    6. Dirty Money
    7. Hello New World (featuring Pharrell)
    8. Keys Open Doors
    9. Ain't Cha (featuring Re-Up Gang)
    10. Trill (featuring Pharrell)
    11. Chinese New Year (featuring Rosco P. Coldchain)
    12. Nightmares
    Clipse
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    Lava Diviner (True Story)

    Though texturally inspired by early new age records like Iasos' Inter-Dimensional Music, and sample-based collage ventures like Colleen's Everyone Alive Wants Answers, Lava Diviner (Truestory) is reinforced with a robust percussive backbone.


    Botany, otherwise known as Spencer Stephenson, never resorts to shallow MPC trickery or contrived mixtape clumsiness. Instead, his proto-new age textures float elegantly atop a primal boom-bap pulse to paint a detailed, rhythmic mural that has the scope of a '70s prog rock epic.


    "On Lava Diviner, I wanted to conjure that same headspace that artists like Roger Dean, and even Zdzislaw Beksinski project in their iconic paintings," says Stephenson. "I tried to evoke those grand, colourful, surreal landscapes that are mind-bending yet oddly comforting - sci-fi and epic and holy, all at the same time."


    Following 2010's quietly applauded Feeling Today EP, Lava Diviner (Truestory) was created at various Texas locations using a jumble of equipment, from aging desktop computers, samplers, guitars, bells, flutes, tape recorders, turntables, violin playing room-mates and much more besides. Guest vocals from Brainfeeder artist RYAT were added to the mix and the final creation was mastered by Matthewdavid (Leaving Records / Stones Throw).


    As the product of a lengthy gestation period, Lava Diviner (Truestory) follows Botany on an intensely personal journey as he makes his way home within himself, returning to his celestial centre.


    Loosely a concept album documenting a religious sect that prays for a volcano to erupt, Stephenson set out to make a kind of instrumental storybook of an album, using only the emotional tone that his theme might evoke.


    However, by the time the record was finished, it became clear that the emotional tone was really coming from own life, rather than any concept or allegory.


    "As work on the record progressed, I began to realize that the musical journey was a direct reflection of my most hard-to-quantify life experiences." he explains. "Lava Diviner is about very real transformations in my being, so it's a true story in that sense I always imagined my first album being like a volcano, with years of pent-up emotion and musical ideas bubbling up to a cathartic release. So, I always knew that symbolism would end up being a part of my first full-length."


    The volcanic sense of release is palpable. Lava Diviner (Truestory) easily moves past stale tropes of beat-based music, and brings to life a fully-realized, album-length outpouring of profound human emotion.

    1. Comm.
    2. Anchor
    3. Owa
    4. Per-Eon
    5. Simple Creatures (featuring RYAT)
    6. Cant / Goosemother
    7. Quatic
    8. Small Keys
    9. Lava Diviner
    10. Celeste
    11. Sunna / Show Me
    12. Birdlife
    Botany
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    Ritualize (Awaiting Repress)

    ...attitude-thick rapping...with gorgeous
    production...
    - The New York Times


    "Lushlife is an under-the-radar treasure"
    - Stereogum


    From the moment you hear the bristling boom-bap chorus on album-opener
    Totally Mutual Feeling, it's apparent that Lushlife's third full-length finds the
    Philadelphia rapper-producer at his most introspective. Themes of isolation and
    mortality permeate Ritualize, a cinematic hour-long odyssey co-produced by
    enigmatic production trio, CSLSX (pronounced Casual Sex) and featuring
    contributions from Ariel Pink, Killer Mike, Freeway, Marissa Nadler, RJD2, and
    more. With CSLSX at the boards, an entire universe opens up for Lush, where
    the pulsating Juno synths of '80s LA night music sit side-by-side with
    gorgeously propulsive indie-leaning jams, and low-fi soul burners too. The
    resulting LP is a post-blog-era joint that seems to exhale the whole of the 20th
    century in a single, fascinating breath.


    After toiling over two self-produced LPs in the last half-decade, I felt
    compelled to bring on an outside production team for Ritualize, Lushlife
    (born Raj Haldar) explains. Not only did I want to broaden the musical
    palette, but I felt like the group production effort would give me a depth of
    focus on lyrical content and emotion that I hadn't previously been afforded.
    After a chance encounter with CSLSX, who had been quietly self-releasing
    low-fi dance gems to remarkable organic blog buzz, the newly-formed team
    set out on a three-year journey that would eventually yield their new joint
    album. By the time work began on Ritualize, Lush had already been riding a
    small wave of critical acclaim for his 2012 full-length, Plateau Vision, an album
    that made several year-end lists and was described by the Sunday New York
    Times as a melding of captivating rhymes with audacious, gorgeous production.
    Still, with Ritualize, Lushlife and CSLSX seem to have gone one deeper.


    From album cut, The Waking World, which finds Lushlife spitting thorough
    sixteens from the vantage of Mark David Chapman lying in wait for John
    Lennon, to Incantation, a song that's as much inspired by Allen Ginsberg's
    Howl as the general, street-level anxieties of urban life, Ritualize is nothing short
    of a step forward. For proof, look no further than Toynbee Suite, a 10-minute,
    4-movement rap epic that explores the strange Toynbee Tile meta-art
    conspiracy that has captivated Philadelphians for decades. As the centerpiece
    of the album, Toynbee Suite was the subject of a 2013 documentary, and
    itself represents the combined work of 20+ musicians, including RJD2, Nightlands,
    Yikes the Zero, and a full chamber orchestra. On the other hand, the
    CSLSX-produced, Hong Kong (Lady of Love), a collaboration with weird
    music godhead, Ariel Pink, is a sparse yet powerful four-on-the-floor ode to LA,
    inspired by the film soundtrack work of Giorgio Moroder, Vangelis, and others.

    1. Total Mutual Feeling
    2. The Waking World (feat. I Break Horses)
    3. Hong Kong (Lady of Love) (feat. Ariel Pink)
    4. Incantation (feat. Deniro Farrar)
    5. Undress Me In The Temple
    6. Body Double
    7. Toynbee Suite (feat. Nightlands, RJD2)
    8. Strawberry Mansion (feat. Freeway)
    9. This Ecstatic Cult (feat. Killer Mike)
    10. Burt Reynolds (Desert Visions)
    11. Integration Loop (feat. Marissa Nadler)
    12. Ritualize
    Lushlife
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    The Second Album

    Back in 1995, Bay Area rap was at the big-ballin' peak of the mobb music craze, LA was chronically gripped in a G-funk indo smoke haze, Atlanta was
    enjoying its Southernplayalistic days, and NYC was entering a shiny-suit phase. There was no frame of reference for two lyrical emcees experimenting
    with the tonality and resonance of rhyme patterns. This was uncharted territory. The pairing of Lyrics Born and Lateef the Truthspeaker into Latyrx was an accident, LB recalls. Both emcees were solo artists, but when LB heard the pre-Endtroducing DJ Shadow beat which would become Latyrx' eponymous debut single, his reaction was, Oh my God, I gotta get on this.


    Latyrx was a syllabic tour de force which began with two dissonant voices -- one gruff and bassy, the other higher-pitched and trebly, both hella fluid -- it
    transmogrified into a harmonic convergence of doubled verses simultaneously assaulting eardrums. Undeniably, it was great... but weird. It was ill,
    Lateef recalls. We really felt like we had something unlike anyone else had done, he adds. Latyrx' first and thusfar, only, full-length, 1997's Latyrx: the Album, set the tone for what Solesides and Quannum would do, LB recalls, while 1998's Muzappers Re-Mixes EP spawned one of the only feminist-affirming club bangers in hip-hop history, Lady Don't Tek No.


    Though Latyrx never officially broke up, after Muzappers, both members followed their chosen paths to considerable solo success. Yet no matter how
    much acclaim each attained individually, the notion of someday making another Latyrx record was always present. It's probably the number one thing I
    got asked about in my career, LB says. 16 years (!) after the release of Latyrx: the Album, LB and Lateef have finally answered the prayers of long-starved fans who have begged, pleaded and, by now, tweeted about the possibilities of a reunion. An impromptu Latyrx set at a 2010 Jazz Mafia concert at San Francisco's Mezzanine led to an
    appearance at 2011's Outside Lands festival, Google's Summer Concert Series (they were the first ever hip-hop act to perform) and a last minute
    appearance as part of HITRECORD At The Movies -- a unique film and music traveling showcase curated and hosted by actor and artist Joseph Gordon-
    Levitt.


    Most recently the duo have performed at the Wintersalt Festival in San Francisco last December and toured the United States with super funk group,
    Galactic. Having just released a brand new EP titled 'DISCONNECTION' late last year, LB & Lateef are hard at work on the proper follow up to their debut album, a
    new record aptly titled, 'THE SECOND ALBUM'.


    Featuring a long list of producers and special guests, the album credits read like a music festival with artists from Tune Yards and Forrest Day to
    Blackalicious and The Decemberists stepping in to help create one of the most highly anticipated records of all time. What Latyrx brings to the table is a technical difficulty level rare these days in hip-hop and matched only by a few groups in the genre's entire history: Run -DMC, Jurassic 5, Blackstar, Freestyle Fellowship. Their challenging, intricate back-and forth arrangements evoke a lyrical version of bebop, with layer
    upon layer of rhythmic syncopation and vocal patterning constantly pushing the envelope.


    We have a good chemistry and it's kind of unique, Lateef says. We step up each others' game content, and both of us push each other in the originality
    department. What we've talked about is very simply, picking up where we left off, LB explains. The return of Latyrx stands as Very Good News for true hip-hop fans,
    lyrical aficionados, boom-bap beatniks, urban bohemians, wee tots in Reeboks, and Muzappers of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages.

    1. Arrival [prod. by Jel of Anticon]
    2. It's Time [feat. Zion I, prod. by Amp Live]
    3. Reload [prod. by Jel of Anticon]
    4. Exclamation Point [feat. Forrest Day, prod. by Forrest Day]
    5. Deliberate Jibberish [prod. by tUnE-yArDs]
    6. Close Your Eyes [feat. Busdriver, prod. by Antonionian]
    7. Nebula's Eye [feat. 1-O.A.K. & Joyo Velarde, prod. by G-Koop & O-Man]
    8. The Power of Rumor (Leonard Is Lost) [prod. by Adam Theis and Lyrics Born]
    9. Watershed Moment [feat. The Gift of Gab of Blackalicious, prod. by tUnE-yArDs]
    10. Sometimes Why? [prod. by Chris Funk of The Decemberists]
    11. Every Man For Himself [feat. Joyo Velarde, prod. by Future People]
    12. Electric Chair [feat. Corey Glover of Living Colour, prod. by Kaveh Rastegar & Jeremy Ruzumna]
    13. Gorgeous Spirits (Aye, Let's Go!) [prod. by The Bangerz]
    Latyrx
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    Deltron 3030 is composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: Master lyricist Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, superproducer Dan "The Automator" Nakamura and
    virtuoso turntablist DJ Kid Koala. Individually, they stand at the top of their respective musical disciplines; together, on the eponymous Deltron 3030, they
    warped space, bent time, transcended genre and blew minds, creating an album that still stands today as one of the most important records in the annals
    of underground hiphop.


    Both timely and avant garde, Deltron 3030 accurately - if surrealistically - captured the spirit of the cusp of the millennium, an era when a technolog ydriven
    stock market bubble was on the verge of bursting, when the political world was entering an era of unprecedented partisanship, when global
    inequality was beginning to skyrocket. Critics dubbed it a masterpiece: The most purely enjoyable hip-hop album of 2000, NME declared. Vice praised
    Deltron 3030 as a dope hip-hop concept album...visionary sci-fi rap for comic book heads, cyberpunks and conspiracy theorists that closed the gaps
    between indie-rap, boom bap and future-music. It's not only one of the best albums in either of their catalogs, but one of the best to come out of the new
    underground, period, said AllMusic.com. Pitchfork called Nakamura the poet laureate of creepy, oppressive beats, describing the album as an exciting
    reimagining of the future from the bottom up that reveals Del as a surprisingly acute social critic.


    Now, over a decade later, they're finally releasing the long-awaited follow-up to their debut - an album titled Deltron 3030: Event II. This time, the album
    has a specific story, says Del. The Deltron world has gone too far with technology. Everything's destroyed, and you just see the remnants of our
    technology. The streets are run by criminals, the police are outnumbered and outgunned, and we're like pirates, running rogue, doing what we do to
    survive. That's the scene of it. We're trying to be as literary as possible while dealing with a musical format. I don't know if you could even categorize this
    as a hip hop album - it's more like a rock opera, but using rap.


    He notes that the words, music and narrative have been deliberately chosen to put listeners into a specific emotional state. This record took 13 years,
    and the whole time fans are telling us we better come out with Deltron right now - quit teasing me, laughs Del. Well, this is beyond a regular album.
    Because I would say, me, Dan and Koala, we aren't limited by what other rap groups do - we're musicians first. I studied music theory for ten years. Dan
    and Koala been learning music since they were kids. We're bringing it all together here, everything, and the fans, the critics, they all going to be surprised
    by what we got. You'll see.

    1. Stardate (feat. Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
    2. The Return
    3. Pay the Price
    4. Nobody Can (feat. Aaron Bruno of AWOLNATION)
    5. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 1 (feat. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)
    6. Melding of the Minds (feat. Zach De La Rocha)
    7. The Agony (feat. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
    8. Back in the Day (feat. The Lonely Island)
    9. Talent Supersedes (feat. Black Rob)
    10. Look Across the Sky (feat. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
    11. The Future of Food (feat. David Chang)
    12. My Only Love (feat. Emily Wells)
    13. What Is This Loneliness (feat. Damon Albarn and Casual)
    14. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 2 (feat. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)
    15. City Rising From the Ashes (feat. Mike Patton)
    16. Do You Remember (feat. Jamie Cullum)
    Deltron 3030
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