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CooleyhighharmonyCooleyhighharmony is the debut album by American R&B group Boyz II Men, originally released in the United States by Motown Records on February 14, 1991.
The album was mainly written by Boyz II Men members Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman and extensively produced by Dallas Austin. The album gets its name in tribute to the real life Chicago High School, Cooley Vocational High School.
Cooleyhighharmony debuted at #58 on the Billboard 200 and eventually peaked at #3. The album includes the Billboard Hot 100 Top 5 Singles, Motownphilly (#3) and It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday (#2).1. Please Don't Go
2. Lonely Heart
3. This Is My Heart
4. Uhh Ahh
5. It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday
7. Under Pressure
9. Little Things
10. Your Love$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
UNIM-MOT-4339xBoyz II Men
IIII is the second studio album by American R&B quartet Boyz II Men, originally released on August 30, 1994 on Motown Records. It contained the No. 1 singles I'll Make Love to You and On Bended Knee, the latter of which replaced the former at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, making the group the third artist to replace themselves at No. 1 in the United States after Elvis Presley and The Beatles and the first to achieve the feat in 30 years.LP 1
1. Thank You
2. All Around The World
3. U Know
5. I Sit Away
2. Trying Times
3. I'll Make Love To You
4. On Bended Knee
5. 50 Candle
6. Water Runs Dry
8. Fallin'$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
199Quad199Quad is the debut album of the Southern rap group 69 Boyz, released in 1994 following the success of their song Tootsee Roll. The album peaked at number 59 on the Billboard 200 on April 1, 1995.LP 1
1. Land 69
2. Caller #10
3. Da Train
4. Loose Booty
6. Puddin' Tame
7. Da Set
8. Hennessy (feat. Booty Man)
9. Survival Of Da Fittest
10. Hump N' Ya Back
11. Get Together
1. Tootsee Roll
2. Da Mote
3. Ding Dong Song
4. Teenie Weenie
5. 10 Chicken Wings & A Bottle Of Dom
6. Ease On Down Da Road
7. Booty Drop
8. All Men R Dawgs (feat. Big Tyme)
10. Tootsee Roll (Dance Version)$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
One Mo' 'GenOne Mo' 'Gen is the second album by Southern rap group 95 South, released in 1995. It peaked at #158 on the Billboard 200 and contained the minor hit Rodeo which peaked at #77 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was produced mostly by the production duo of Jay Ski and C.C. Lemonhead, who also were members of the 69 Boyz and formed the Quad City DJ's. It didn't chart quite as well as the group's debut, Quad City Knock; however, it is described by Allmusic as an improvement on their debut, featuring more confident rapping and stronger, funkier backing tracks.LP 1
2. Quad City Funk
3. All the Way Down
5. Wine & Dine
6. One Mo' 'Gen
7. Trip 2 the Geto
1. I Tell U What
2. Ride Out
3. Freak Ya Down
4. Heiny Heiny
5. Break It on Down
6. Down South
7. Cowboy Mix$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
We Don't Even Live HereWe Don't Even Live Here is the fourth solo album from Doomtree co-founder, punk philosopher and lyrical bomb-thrower Stefon Alexander, aka P.O.S. It's a tight, bombastic record that builds on the Minneapolis-bred rapper and producer's penchant for grinding beats and radical lyrics. But at the same time, WDELH marks a change -- in sound and in attitude.
Known for welding hip-hop with guitar squalls and screamed vocals, on WDELH P.O.S. steps away from his noisy past in favor of futuristic beats fit for a Berlin nightclub. Though his hip-hop foundation is firm on tracks like the fiery "Fuck Your Stuff" and the funky "Wanted/Wasted," the album brings banging new sounds from dance-oriented collaborators like German DJs Boyz Noise & Housemeister, Gayngs' Ryan Olson, and Innerpartysystem's Patric Russel
Also along for the ride are Bon Iver's Justin Vernon (who lends his shapeshifting vocals to the heartfelt bear-hug of an anthem "Where We Land") and P.O.S.' trusted Doomtree co-conspirators Lazerbeak, Cecil Otter, Mike Mictlan, and Sims. Bringing it all into focus is all-star producer and mix engineer Andrew Dawson (P.O.S.'s former high school classmate), who has worked on platinum releases from the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Fun.01. Bumper
02. Fuck Your Stuff
03. Where We Land
04. Wanted Wasted
05. They Can't Come
06. Lockpicks, Knives, Bricks and Bats
07. Arrow to the Action - Fire in the Hole
08. Get Down
09. All of It
10. We Don't Even Live Here (Weird Friends)
11. Piano Hits$21.99Vinyl LP - 1 LP Sealed Buy Now
Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind) (Awaiting Repress)'Splinter' (Songs From A Broken Mind) is the inspired new album by pioneer, chart-topper and influential artist Gary Numan.'Splinter' features guitarist Robin Finck (Nine Inch Nails, Guns N Roses), is produced by long-standing collaborator Ade Fenton, and will be followed by a full national headline tour in November.
The album finds Gary on fine dark electronic form; sounding both cutting-edge and classic Numan, it marks his best work since the late 70s, early 80s heyday.'Splinter''s opening gambit 'I Am Dust' is a statement of intent, combining heavy grind with his archetypal anthemic pop skills. The unsettling whispered verses, crunchy guitars and Hans Zimmer-esque strings on 'Here In The Black' create a sense of menace and drama, whilst more orchestral work adorns the cinematic 'The Calling'. Slower-burning ballads 'Lost', 'Where I Can Never Be' and 'My Last Day', highlight the album's broad palate, adding elements of subtlety and even beauty in contrast to the album's more aggressive moments.
Gary's knack for sexy, idiosyncratic dancefloor killers is strongly evident on the pounding, growling throb of 'Love Hurt Bleed', whilst 'Who Are You' carries equal clout as-body-music-Numan-style - infectious, but sounding unlike anything else you might hear blasting from a soundsystem.
Although Numan released a straight-to-the-fanbase album 'Dead Son Rising' in 2011, this is his first self-penned full album since 'Jagged' in 2006.
In recent years he's been quoted as an influence by everyone from Lady Gaga to Kanye West, Matthew Dear to Queens Of The Stone Age, The Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails, Prince and J Dilla, to Boyz Noise, Richie Hawtin and Battles (they released a single 'My Machines' on Warp Records with Numan in 2011).
But while Numan's unique style continues to connect with fans from the worlds of metal, hip hop, electronica, industrial and indie, he remains as focussed as ever in pursuing his own singular vision. 'Splinter' sounds unique, while also utilising new sounds and ideas.
Perhaps it's the voice - one of the most distinctive in music and often associated with machines and icy alienation, but for those who are drawn to Numan's songs, his singing is strangely emotional, almost soulful in places. And if you like that side of his writing, you certainly won't be disappointed with the new album, where there are several tracks that set Numan's vocals against moody, atmospheric torch songs to stunning effect.
- Contact Music1. I Am Dust
2. Here in the Black
3. Everything Comes Down to This
4. The Calling
7. Love Hurt Bleed
8. A Shadow Falls on Me
9. Where I Can Never Be
10. We're the Unforgiven
11. Who Are You
12. My Last Day$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
VThe emergence of Swedish duo JJ in March 2009 was both meaningful and mysterious. A debut single, 'jj no.1', enchanted the music press, simultaneously existing across indie-pop and hip-hop spectrums, excitingly new and yet frustratingly vague in its presentation. This was a taste, a scent, something intangible, an impression made without force. The music was here, but little else - its makers remained anonymous. Pitchfork's Best New Music review for the band's debut album, summer 2009's 'jj no.2', spoke first of their enigmatic qualities, rather than precisely what this music was: another sumptuous menagerie of styles, blended by an expert hand, intoxicating and otherworldly. Both Elin Kastlander and Joakim Benon appeared in the Marcus Söderlund-directed video to 'Let Go'. Cover, broken.
We didn't mean to be anonymous, to begin with, says Kastlander. We just knew we needed to put our music out.
I'd say we've been working on this album our whole lives, says Benon of 'V', the band's third long-player. It's the thing I've always wanted to do. I feel that we've been working on this album ever since we began to record music. We have never really had any other plan than to make this V shit happen and at the same time we never knew what it was - the story presented itself to us - and it's a story that's always been clear. It's only grown in its own way. And now we're finished, we look at it and back at it, and can begin to realize what it really is, what we have done, because it's something you don't necessarily decide for yourself, even though you've made it. And the songs... we don't write them, we just do our best to catch them forever, for real. JJ have, with new album 'V', realised the definitive expression of their experiences to date, and are finally comfortable with being a press-welcoming, tour-ready outfit.
As Benon explains, everything the pair has produced in the past has been part of this journey, to a zenith that they always sought to reach. But just as 'My Boyz' exists exclusively in and of itself, so too does the new album's material, always envisioned as a whole, separate from other projects despite carrying over select DNA from its pop progenitors.
Tracks like the gorgeously understated 'Be Here Now' and subtle strings of 'When I Need You' float into clarity, coming together from vaporous beginnings. The latter number is one of several on 'V' that showcase how Kastlander has grown as a vocalist. Hers is no indiscernible mumble, no vulnerable presence set to music that fizzes like a beachside cocktail on 'Fågelsången' and soars on digital wings on 'All White Everything'; rather, it's a mix-spearing confirmation that, whatever the bruised heart or open sexuality behind the lyrics, she's intent on connecting without compromise. Words are crisp, intonation perfect. There's still a hard thud on occasion, too: 'Hold Me' opens with lean-flavoured raps, before twisting into a stained-glass confessional of absolute gravity, and 'All Ways, Always' packs substantial swagger beside its rock riffs.
We do it now, sings Kastlander on 'I'. And now really is the time for JJ, as acknowledged by Benon. At last I have music that I really want to listen to, that I want to hear from a stage. In a way, we've made this music quite selfishly, to appeal primarily to ourselves and I really haven't felt this way about our material before. This is the moment. It's for real now.
And why do anything to restrict the sharing of that joy? Evidently at the top of their game in 2014, JJ are ready to, in Benon's words, communicate with the world, quite unlike they've ever done so before. They're embracing, not retreating. Besides, mysteries are more frustrating than fascinating without resolution.1. V
3. Dean & Me
4. All White Everything
5. When I Need You
8. Inner Light
9. Hold Me
11. Be Here Now
12. All Ways, Always$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
2 LP Black & White Split Vinyl
BLACC HOLLYWOOD marks the third full-length label release from Wiz Khalifa,The GRAMMY® Award-nominated rapper, and includes the hit single, "We Dem Boyz." Wiz will herald BLACC HOLLYWOOD by headlining this year's "Under the Influence of Music Tour."
Wiz's first major label debut, ROLLING PAPERS, which was released in March 2011, spawned the multi-platinum hits "Black and Yellow," and double- "Roll Up" and "No Sleep." Wiz earned himself two nominations at the 2011 Grammy Awards thanks to his breakout hit "Black and Yellow," in both the "Best Rap Song" and "Best Rap Performance" categories. Khalifa then joined forces with Snoop Dogg for MAC AND DEVIN GO TO HIGH SCHOOL SOUNDTRACK, the collaborative soundtrack album for the film "Mac and Devin Go to High School." The album featured the hit single "Young, Wild & Free" featuring Bruno Mars, which has gone on to become 3x-certified Platinum, and a top 10 success on Billboard's "Hot 100 Singles" chart.
O.N.I.F.C. was released December 2012, debuting at #2 on the Billboard "Top 200 Albums" chart and #1 on Billboard's "Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums" and "Top Rap Albums" charts, and #1 on iTunes' "Overall Albums" and "Top Hip-Hop/Rap Albums" charts. Wiz earned himself a nomination at the 56th Annual GRAMMY® Awards for his Platinum-certified single, "Remember You," Ft. The Weeknd in the "Best Rap/Sung Collaboration" category, adding to a career total of 5 nominations.LP 1
1. Hope (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
2. We Dem Boyz
4. KK (feat. Project Pat & Juicy J)
5. House In The Hills (feat. Curren$y)
6. Ass Drop
1. Stayin Out All Night
2. The Sleaze
3. So High (feat. Ghost Loft)
4. Still Down (feat. Chevy Woods & Ty Dolla $ign)
5. No Gain
6. True Colors (feat. Nicki Minaj)
7. We Dem Boyz Remix (feat. Rick Ross, ScHoolboy Q & Nas)
8. You And Your Friends (feat. Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign)$27.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now