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The 1993 film Judgment Night was basically suburbia's paranoid view of inner-city life, where the slightest misstep (such as trying to take a shortcut to a boxing match) has fateful, if not fatal, consequences. And what better music to accompany this middle-class nightmare than a hybrid of the music suburbanites seemed most afraid of; Rap and Rock. It turned out to be quite a fruitful collaboration; while the film bombed, the soundtrack went gold.
Judgment Night spawned four singles: Biohazard & Onyx's 'Judgment Night', Helmet & House Of Pain's 'Just Another Victim', Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul's 'Fallin'' and Faith No More & Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.'s 'Another Body Murdered', and it also features highly sought after collaboration between Pearl Jam & Cypress Hill. Ice-T and Slayer manage to thrash it out on an unsurpassed level, while Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill have that slightly paranoid sound you get from loving Mary Jane a little too much.
Available on vinyl for the first time since its original release!Side 1
1.Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill - I Love You Mary Jane
2.Biohazard & Onyx - Judgement Night
3.Helmet & House Of Pain - Just Another Victim
4.Living Colour & Run DMC - Me, Myself & My Microphone
5.Slayer & Ice-T - Disorder
6.Dinosaur Jr. & Del Tha Funky Homosapiens - Missing Link
1.Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul - Fallin'
2.Mudhoney & Sir Mix-A-Lot - Freak Momma
3.Faith No More & Boo-Yaa TRIBE - Another Body Murdered
4.Therapy & Fatal - Come And Die
5. Cypress Hill & Pearl Jam - Real Thing$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
BacdafucupAt the time that Bacdafucup hit the record racks and airwaves, Onyx seemed to be inventing a genre all their own: heavy metal rap. Of course, on closer inspection, it is not at all surprising stylistically, given their link to Def Jam and Run DMC, the record company and crew that introduced heavy guitar riffs into hip-hop. Onyx, though, seemed far more threateningly hardcore than Run DMC ever were, and each song on their debut album seems like a quick-triggered, menacing chip set squarely on the shoulders of MCs Big DS, SuavÉ, Fredro, and Sticky Fingaz. That the entire album from beginning to end circumvents almost any backlash by being so brilliantly catchy as well, is a sterling tribute to how strong a quartet Onyx truly is on this first effort. The group gives the impression that they wanted to spotlight the sort of cartoonish, directionless anger that existed in a lot of hardcore rap, and then funnel that sort of energy into songs full of singalong choruses and joyous, chanted hooks that lend a certain feeling of camaraderie to the whole album. The release is mostly co-produced by Run DMC's Jam Master Jay and newcomer Chyskillz, and its music has a tense, wired edge that amplifies the vividness of the threatening lyrics. Sonically, it has a hardcore East Coast/New York City cast, full of throbbing bass and screeching siren-like effects. The grimy urban vibe is matched by Onyx's narrative thuggery, discharged straight from the streets like pumped-up news dispatches and predating the roughneck rap trend by several years. It's hard to imagine, given the gritty content of the album, that Onyx was aiming for airplay with Bacdafucup; nevertheless, almost in spite of itself, it was so good that it earned just that.
- Stanton Swihart (All Music Guide)1. Bacdafucup
3. Throw Ya Gunz
4. Here 'n' Now
5. Bust Dat Ass
6. Atak Of Da Bal-hedz
7. Da Mad Face Invasion
8. Blac Vagina Finda
9. Da Bounca Nigga
10. Nigga Bridges
11. Onyx Is Here
13. Stik 'n' Muve
16. Phat ('n' All Dat)
17. Da Nex Niguz
$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
OnyxIn the twelve years since their inception, Michigan's Pop Evil have undergone their fair share of changes. Members, style, labels, you name it and there is a decent change the group has made some kind of tweak in the last decade. This is not a complaint, however, as every new evolution of the group has made them a tighter, more focus band. Since 2010s War Of Angels the group has again undergone changes, including the addition of drummer Chachi Riot and guitarist Nick Fuelling, as well as their decision to not use acoustic guitars, and once again the mitten state's greatest rock band has come out better for their efforts.
The idea of overcoming your demons and that which holds you back from being who you want to be or doing what you desire may sound like an overly-present theme on the album, but it never feels so familiar that it becomes tired. Instead, each track on Onyx feels like an anthem in its own right, targeting those with various doubts about themselves and the world around them. Pop Evil harness tap into the fear of the unknown that lies within each of us in our own unique ways and offer up twelve tracks to motivate and inspire individuals to take their lives into their own hands. Onyx is one of the most cohesive, memorable, and downright fun listening experiences of the year. It's the best album Pop Evil have ever written, and it's littered with moments that indicate there are years of great music still come. I cannot think of a single reason anyone who considers themselves a fan of rock and roll should not buy Onyx. As of May 14, it will officially be an album to beat in 2013, and it could not have come from a more deserving and hard working band.
Review written by: James Shotwell1. Goodbye My Friend
2. Deal with the Devil
4. Torn to Pieces
7. Silence & Scars
8. Sick Sense
9. Fly Away
10. Behind Closed Doors
11. Welcome to Reality
12. Flawed$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Green TwinsNick Hakim is a DC-raised and NYC-based singer and multi-instrumentalist whose music experiments with soul, psychedelia, and R&B. He cites artists as diverse as Marvin Gaye, Portishead, Shuggie Otis, Bilal, and My Bloody Valentine as influences.
His debut album Green Twins is a lush, ambitiously expansive project recorded over the last three years. Its production layers analog demos with more polished studio recordings, and it features NYC jazz experimentalists Onyx Collective and Jesse & Forever, artists Nick frequently performs within the close-knit Brooklyn DIY circuit.1. Green Twins
2. Bet She Looks Like You
3. Roller Skates
4. Needy Bees
7. Miss Chew
9. Those Days
11. The Want
12. JP$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Mr. HoodKMD (Kausing Much Damage, or a positive Kause in a Much Damaged society) was a
Hip Hop group in the early 90s perhaps best known for launching the career of
acclaimed MC/Producer MF Doom (known during his KMD tenure as Zev Love X). After
guesting on 3rd Bass' ''The Gas Face,'' the trio (Zev, brother Subroc, and Onyx)
released the acclaimed and overlooked ''Mr. Hood'' full-length.
Their political outlook was similar to the group Brand Nubian, who guested on Hood; however, the style was
more comical and included a great deal of clips from old children's recordings, mostly
notably a sample of the Seaseme Street character Bert on the single ''Who Me?''
This is the official Elektra Records/Traffic Entertainment Group re-release with original
artwork and track listing in it's entirety. Cutting edge, ahead of it's time production and
skits from KMD and Stimulated Dummies (John Gamble and Mr. Dante Ross). Features
the singles ''Peachfuzz'', ''Who Me?'' and ''Nitty Gritty'' (feat. Brand Nubian). This is one
Rap album that is not to be missed.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Mr. Hood At Piocalles Jewelry
2. Who Me?
3. Boogie Man!
4. Mr. Hood Meets Onyx
5. Subroc's Mission
7. Figure Of Speech
8. Bananapeel Blues
1. Nitty Gritty
2. Trial 'N Error
3. Hard Wit No Hoe
4. Mr. Hood Gets A Haircut
5. 808 Man
6. Boy Who Cried Wolf
8. Preacher Porkchop
9. Soulflexin'$21.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now