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  • Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Pre-Order) Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Pre-Order)

    25th Anniversary Edition Features The Original Album On 2x Vinyl Plus 3x 12 Vinyl Singles


    A true West Coast original that sprang up amidst the early 1990s gangster rap landscape like LA's answer to De La
    Soul's D.A.I.S.Y.-Age mentality in its freeform creativity. Featuring brand-new liner notes by music writer Jeff Weiss
    (Pitchfork, Passion of the Weiss), the 25th Anniversary of the gold-certified album features the original album in its
    entirety, plus an entire disc of bonus material featuring music from the three 12 singles: "Ya Mama," "Otha Fish,"
    and "Passin' Me By".

    LP 1
    1. 4 Better Or 4 Worse (Interlude)
    2. Oh Shit!
    3. It's Jigaboo Time (Skit)
    4. 4 Better Or 4 Worse
    5. I'm That Type Of Nigga
    6. If I Were President (Skit)
    7. Soul Flower (Remix)
    8. On The D.L.


    LP 2
    1. Pack The Pipe (Interlude)
    2. Officer
    3. Ya Mama
    4. Passin' Me By
    5. Otha Fish
    6. Quinton's On The Way (Skit)
    7. Pack The Pipe
    8. Return Of The B-Boy


    Ya Mama 12"
    1. Ya Mama (Murphy Mix)
    2. Ya Mama (Cosby Mix)

    3. I'm That Type Of Nigga
    4. Soul Flower (Remix)


    Passin' Me By 12"
    1. Passin' Me By (Video Remix)

    2. Passin' Me By (Video Instrumental)
    3. Passin' Me By (Acapella)
    4. Pork
    5. Pork (Cosby Edit)
    6. Pork (Instrumental)


    Otha Fish 12"
    1. Video Edit
    2. L.A. Jay Remix

    3. Video Edit Inst.
    4. The Angel Remix
    5. Passin' Me By (Fly As Pie Mix)

    Pharcyde
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  • Bizarre Ride II Bizarre Ride II Quick View

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    Bizarre Ride II

    Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde" is the debut album from The Pharcyde. Released in late 1992, the album was hailed
    by critics and rap fans alike. Produced entirely by J-Swift with easily some of the tightest and most inventive beats
    of the era, "Bizarre Ride" features only one guest appearance, provided by little known Los Angeles rapper
    Buckwheat (who would become known as "Bucwheed" from The Wascals). Released during the dominant Gangsta
    Rap era of the West Coast, the music was described as "refreshing" due to its playful, light-hearted humor and lush,
    jazzy production. Along with albums like "To Whom it May Concern " by Freestyle Fellowship, and "I Wish My
    Brother George Was Here" by Del tha Funkee Homosapien, "Bizarre Ride" helped establish a new alternative scene
    on the West Coast followed by artists such as Hieroglyphics, The Coup and Jurassic 5.


    The album featured four singles, all of which were accompanied by music videos. The group's debut single, "Ya
    Mama", originally released in 1991, was the song that landed the group their record deal, but it failed to reach any
    Billboard singles chart. Their first major exposure came with the release of the album's second single, "Passing Me
    By". The song became the group's biggest crossover hit and is now considered a classic Hip Hop single. The
    album's third single, "4 Better or 4 Worse", was released in mid-1993 and featured the stoner song "Pack the Pipe"
    and the throwback track "Return of the B-Boy" as its B-Side. The final single, the SlimKid solo track "Otha Fish",
    was released in late 1993.


    The album was certified gold in 1996, and it's stature has only grown since with the release constantly appearing
    on Best Of lists such as the 100 Best Rap albums by The Source, Top 100 Favorite Records of The 90s by Pitchfork
    and Rolling Stone's Top 25 Hip Hop Albums as listed by Chris Rock.

    1. 4 Better Or 4 Worse (Interlude)
    2. Oh Shit!
    3. It's Jigaboo Time (Skit)
    4. 4 Better Or 4 Worse
    5. I'm That Type Of Nigga
    6. If I Were President (Skit)
    7. Soul Flower (Remix)
    8. On The D.L.
    9. Pack The Pipe (Interlude)
    10. Officer
    11. Ya Mama
    12. Passin' Me By
    13. Otha Fish
    14. Quinton's On The Way (Skit)
    15. Pack The Pipe
    16. Return Of The B-Boy
    Pharcyde
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  • Labcabincalifornia Labcabincalifornia Quick View

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    Labcabincalifornia

    The Pharcyde's landmark Labcabincalifornia just hit its 20th anniversary, having originally been released on November 14th, 1995. The Bicycle Music Company celebrates with an all new pressing of the double gatefold LP. The Pharcyde released Labcabincalifornia, their follow up to their legendary debut Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (itself released on November 24th, 1992) with the album ultimately launching three singles, "Runnin'", "She Said" and "Drop" (which would go on to massive MTV music video fame due to it's first ever entirely backwards filmed video directed by Spike Jonze).


    Over the next 20 years, the legacy of The Pharcyde and Labcabincalifornia has continued to rise. In the case of Labcabincalifornia, that's in no small part due to the production work on the project from the legendary Jay Dee, aka J Dilla. "If Labcabincalifornia came out today, boasting production by J Dilla on seven out of 17 tracks would be a big deal..." - Complex Magazine


    "Labcabincalifornia is an artistic breakthrough, and because of the deep shift in hip-hop production in the last two decades, the timelessness of the album is more apparent than ever." - Treble Music's Induction of Labcabincalifornia into their Hall Of Fame "Years ahead of its time for a scene still hung over from The Chronic, Labcabincalifornia was an underappreciated album that would almost certainly have fared better amidst the alt-rap renaissance of 1999." - Rap Reviews

    1. Bullshit
    2. Pharcyde
    3. Groupie Therapy
    4. Runnin'
    5. She Said
    6. Splattitorium
    7. Somethin' That Means Somethin'
    8. All Live
    9. Drop
    10. Hey You
    11. Y?
    12. It's All Good
    13. Moment In Time
    14. The Hustle
    15. Little D
    16. Devil Music
    17. The E.N.D.
    Pharcyde
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  • Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Quick View

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    Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde

    Critically acclaimed as an absolute classic of the alternative Hip-Hop genre, it's been name-checked by Kanye West
    as his favorite album of all time and aptly described by NME as ... a cartoon-strip of blunt-smoking antics, sexual
    innuendo and unashamed political incorrectness, crammed with infectious funky beats." A true West Coast original
    that sprang up amidst the early 1990s gangster rap landscape like LA's answer to De La Soul's D.A.I.S.Y.-Age
    mentality in its freeform creativity.
    LP 1
    1. 4 Better Or 4 Worse (Interlude)
    2. Oh Shit!
    3. It's Jigaboo Time (Skit)
    4. 4 Better Or 4 Worse
    5. I'm That Type Of Nigga
    6. If I Were President (Skit)
    7. Soul Flower (Remix)
    8. On The D.L.


    LP 2
    1. Pack The Pipe (Interlude)
    2. Officer
    3. Ya Mama
    4. Passin' Me By
    5. Otha Fish
    6. Quinton's On The Way (Skit)
    7. Pack The Pipe
    8. Return Of The B-Boy

    Pharcyde
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  • Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Instrumentals Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Instrumentals Quick View

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    Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Instrumentals

    Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde is, simply put, one of the most perfect albums in the history of recorded music regardless of genre. From the lyrical flow of Slimkid3, Bootie Brown, Imani and Fatlip to the cover art by Fuct the project is the embodiment of excellence start to finish. Musically, the foundation of this perfection is the production work of J-Swift. His use of jazz samples, phat beats and live instrumentation had the ultimate effect of "creating their own sonic utopia", as NME put it.


    As such it's more than fitting that Pharcyde's Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde be released as an all instrumental outing. Swift's adventurous use of samples from jazz, R&B, funk, classic rock and more melded with his personal additions of live instrumentation including piano, bass, and Fender Rhodes along with drum arrangements from fellow producer JMD create a lush, jazzy soundscape that works well as a stand alone recording.


    Though the west coast's predominant G-Funk sound of the time or the east coast's conscious kings De La Soul may have sold more records at the time, The Pharcyde and J-Swift's work on Bizarre Ride has stood the text of time and continues to resonate with fans new and old in a way that few records have or ever will.

    1. Oh Shit
    2. 4 Better Or 4 Worse
    3. I'm That Type Of Nigga
    4. On The DL
    5. Officer
    6. Ya Mama
    7. Passin' Me By
    8. Otha Fish
    9. Return Of The B-Boy
    Pharcyde
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  • 93 Til Infinity 93 Til Infinity Quick View

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    93 Til Infinity

    One of hip-hop's great lost masterpieces, 93 'Til Infinity is the best single album to come out of Oakland's Hieroglyphics camp, and ranks as a seminal early classic of the West Coast underground. The Souls of Mischief weren't even out of their teens when they completely redefined the art of lyrical technique for the West Coast, along with fellow standard-bearers Freestyle Fellowship, the Pharcyde, and Hiero founder Del tha Funkee Homosapien. The Souls come off as four brash young MCs who are too smart for their own good, yet they're so full of youthful exuberance that it's impossible to dislike them for it. They're also excellent storytellers, punctuating their tales with a wry wit and clever asides; still, they're able to take on the grittier subjects of violence and death with a worldliness beyond their years.


    The production -- all by various core Hieroglyphics members -- is just as good as the raps, driven by complex beats, unpredictable basslines, and samples drawn from spacy fusion records and East Coast jazz-rap crews. Main Source and Gang Starr both provide track foundations here, and it's possible to hear the intricately constructed loops of the former and the lean attack of the latter (circa Step in the Arena) in the record's overall style. A better comparison, though, would be to the effortless flow and telepathic trade-offs of A Tribe Called Quest. In fact, 93 'Til Infinity seems to actively aspire to the fluidity of the best Tribe albums; tracks often segue directly into one another without pause -- and the transitions are seamless. Although the title cut is an underappreciated classic, 93 'Til Infinity makes its greatest impression through its stunning consistency, not individual highlights. Put it all together, and you've got one of the most slept-on records of the '90s.


    - Steve Huey (All Music Guide)

    1. Let 'Em Know

    2. Live and Let Live

    3. That's When Ya Lost

    4. A Name I Call Myself

    5. Disseshowedo

    6. What A Way To Go Out


    1. 93 'Til Infinity

    2. Limitations feat. Casual

    3. Anything Can Happen

    4. Make Your Mind Up

    5. Batting Practice

    6. Tell Me Who Profits

    7. Outro
    Souls Of Mischief
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  • Jay Dee aka King Dilla Jay Dee aka King Dilla Quick View

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    Jay Dee aka King Dilla

    The mark that the late producer J Dilla left upon hip-hop during the 90s and early-to-mid 00s is undeniable. His work with De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, The Pharcyde, and of course Slum Village long been cemented his prominence in the annals of hip-hop history.


    Of the many words one can use to describe J Dilla's legacy, one that's not used enough is prolific. Dilla made beats constantly. So new Dilla compositions are still being discovered. One of the places where those works are still being unearthed is the archives of the Ne'Astra Music Group, who proudly present here 8 Dilla tracks previously unissued on vinyl.


    Dilla's legacy continues to be shared and celebrated by today's hip-hop audience - with help from the tireless efforts of Ne'Astra.

    1. 551
    2. 651
    3. 751
    4. 851
    5. 951
    6. 160
    7. 161
    8. 261
    J Dilla
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  • Mercury Rising Mercury Rising Quick View

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    Mercury Rising

    'Mercury Rising' is the third studio album to be released by Rae & Christian. The duo weave together exceptional musicianship paired with a British song writing sensibility and the finest elements of studio production. 'Mercury Rising' was created at producer/musician Steve Christian's studio in Yorkshire with additional recording at songwriter/vocalist/DJ Mark Rae's London base. In London a song writing bond was formed with Ed Harcourt and Gita Langley who make excellent contributions with vocals, songs, strings and keys. Sam Genders of Diagrams threads a story of redemption lost on the Ubahn on '1975', Kate Rogers is on imperious form and rising star Jake Emlyn unravels a whole new level of microphone skills on 'Favourite Game'. The international guests include the one-and-only Jazzy Jeff and Australia's Agent 86 dealing out world class scratch treatments on 'Check The Technique' (Tony D's vocals taken from a session recorded at the birth of Grand Central Records), Brooklyn rapper Masta Ace and Mark Foster of Foster The People, a collaboration born from Mark's L.A. excursion.


    'Mercury Rising' is the first new material in many years from R&C. Their 1998 Mercury Music Prize nominated debut 'Northern Sulphuric Soul' (Vitally fresh and timelessly classic deserving a place alongside Massive Attack's Blue Lines" Uncut) and 2002's 'Sleepwalking' (Another triumph, brimming with soulful, languid grooves, deft samples and well-chosen guest singers" Q Magazine) were both released on their Grand Central Records label (Aim, Riton, Boca 45, Only Child), a defining imprint of the late 90s soul/funk/hip-hop/beats scene. Guest vocalists over the two albums included Bobby Womack, Texas, The Congos, The Pharcyde, The Jungle Brothers and Jeru The Damaja.

    1. Happy - Featuring Mark Foster
    2. Check the Technique - Featuring Tony D, Jazzy Jeff, Agent 86
    3. 1975 - Featuring Diagrams
    4. Still Here - Featuring Gita Langley
    5. Travis
    6. Dancr - Featuring Mel Uye Parker
    7. The Ballad of Roza Shanina - Featuring Ed Harcourt
    8. Still life Freefall - Featuring Kate Rogers
    9. A2B - Featuring Mystro, Masta Ace and Pete Simpson
    10. Favourite Game - featuring Jake Emlyn
    11. Sweethome
    12. Mercury Rising
    Rae & Christian
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  • Slum Village, Vol. 0 Slum Village, Vol. 0 Quick View

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    Slum Village, Vol. 0

    The mark that the late producer J Dilla left upon hip-hop during the 90s and early-to-mid 00s is undeniable, and his work with De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, The Pharcyde, and many more has long been cemented in the annals of hip-hop history. It was during his time as a member of seminal Detroit group Slum Village however that ranks as among his greatest. His work with rappers Baatin and T3 would be a strong influence upon modern rappers like Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar and earn widespread critical praise, and comparisons to other legendary groups like A Tribe Called Quest. In speaking retrospectively on their most famous album Fan-Tas-Tic Vol. 1, The Roots' drummer Questlove has said of the release that it single-handedly birthed neo-soul.


    J Dilla has been gone for over 10 years now, and Slum Village has moved on from their time with the legendary beatsmith, recruiting new members along the way. Despite this, new Dilla compositions are still being discovered, and his legacy continues to be shared and celebrated with a modern hip-hop audience. Ne'Astra Music Group now presents a new compilation of rare Dilla material: Vol. 0. Ten tracks featuring the classic Slum Village lineup of Dilla on vocals and production, with Baatin & T3 also on the mic, collected by modern SV member Young RJ from unreleased material and demos recorded between 1994 and 1997. The knowledgeable hip-hop head may recognize key tracks from the circulated EPHCY Sessions, while others have never seen the light of day. A piece of hip-hop history that would have otherwise wallowed in obscurity, until now.

    1. 2U 4U
    2. And I Go
    3. Fly Girl 1
    4. Fly girl 2
    5. Jay Dee (Freestyle)
    6. My Loot (Freestyle)
    7. Ooo Wee
    8. Sensation
    9. Sentimental Love
    10. Yum Yum
    Slum Village
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  • I Wish My Brother George Were Here I Wish My Brother George Were Here Quick View

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    I Wish My Brother George Were Here

    In the early 90s hip hop took a turn and gangsta-style rap dominated, making waves off
    the West Coast that rattled throughout the world. The East Coast's dominance was
    descending despite the success and positivity of Native Tongues acts like De La Soul
    and A Tribe Called Quest, who favored thought-provoking humor and cleverness over
    gangsta rap's grittiness and grim outlook. It was in this landscape that Oakland, CA's
    Del The Funky Homosapien emerged in 1991, with his debut release
    I Wish My Brother George Was Here.


    Cribbing equally from the East Coast's irreverence and wit, and the West Coast's
    P-Funk inspired production, (the album was produced by Del's cousin Ice Cube) Del's
    debut has rightly been heralded as a benchmark album for underground hip hop. I Wish My Brother George Was Here not only produced the underground classics Dr. Bombay and Mistadobalina (#9 on the 1992 Hot Rap Tracks Charts), but also set the scene for the success of the other less gangsta West Coast
    artists like The Pharcyde, Digable Planets, and of course Del's compatriots in Souls of Mischief.


    Above all else, Del is credited with injecting some much needed light-heartedness at a moment when it was truly needed.
    Since his debut Del has gone on to work alongside Gorillaz, Wu-Tang Clan, El-P, Handsome Boy Modeling School, and
    as a member of the acclaimed hip-hop supergroup Deltron 3030, and even with Dinosaur Jr.


    Traffic Entertainment now presents I Wish My Brother George Was Here as a special double LP reissue, featuring the
    original artwork, and all of The Funky Homosapien's witty and innovative rhymes intact.

    1. What Is a Booty
    2. Mistadobalina
    3. The Wacky World of Rapid Transit
    4. Pissin' On Your Steps
    5. Dark Skin Girls
    6. Money for Sex
    7. Ahonetwo, Ahonetwo
    8. Dr. Bombay
    9. Sunny Meadowz
    10. Sleepin' on My Couch
    11. Hoodz Come in Dozens
    12. Same Ol' Thing
    13. Ya Lil' Crumbsnatchers
    Del The Funky Homosapien
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  • Sunset Blvd (Instrumental) (Out Of Stock) Sunset Blvd (Instrumental) (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Sunset Blvd (Instrumental) (Out Of Stock)

    Instrumental


    Delicious Vinyl will proudly release Sunset Blvd., the new album from Yancey Boys, the group piloted by John "Illa J" Yancey and Frank Nitt. The dynamic new collection is built around previously unheard tracks created by Illa J's brother: the late, great J Dilla (James Yancey). With Frank Nitt's standing as J Dilla Music Catalog Curator and the official approval of Yancey Media Group, all productions on Sunset Blvd. originate from The Lost Scrolls - the stunning cache of beats Dilla left behind.


    With its rapturous single "Quicksand" featuring Common, Sunset Blvd. also teams Yancey Boys with De La Soul's Posdnuos ("Beautiful"), The Pharcyde's SlimKid3 ("Rock My World"), and T3 of Slum Village ("Jeep Volume"), making it clear that the Dilla legacy is being represented by those who knew and collaborated with Dilla in his lifetime. Additional guests on Sunset Blvd. include DJs Rhettmatic, C-Minus, and JRocc (Beat Junkies) as well as rap roughneck Guilty Simpson and R&B strongman Eric Roberson. "We've created an album that would make Dilla proud," says Frank Nitt, who grew up with Dilla in Detroit. "But this isn't a nostalgia trip: Dilla's beats were so future-forward that they're right on time in 2013, and we've assembled the best artists possible to represent that."

    LP1
    1. Dilltro (feat. Dank)
    2. Fisherman (feat. Vice, J Rocc & Detroit Serious)
    3. Lovin' You (feat. Eric Roberson)
    4. Go And Ask The DJ (feat. Guilty Simpson & J Rocc)
    5. Jeep Volume (feat. T3 & C-Minus)
    6. Flowers (feat. Talip Kweli, Niko Gray & Rhettmatic)
    7. Honk Ya Horn (feat. J. Pinder)


    LP2
    1. Slippin' (feat. Early Mac)
    2. Without Wings
    3. Beautiful (feat. Posdnuos & Botni Applebum)
    4. Quicksand (feat. Common & Dezi Paige)
    5. Rock My World (feat. SlimKid3 & Niko Gray)
    6. The Throwaway
    7. This Evening

    Yancey Boys
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  • Beats Batch 3 (Out Of Stock) Beats Batch 3 (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Beats Batch 3 (Out Of Stock)

    Contains Ten Previously Unreleased, Untitled J Dilla Beats


    The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the
    early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.


    Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10" features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited
    edition "The King of Beats' Ma Dukes Collector's Edition Box Set." Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history.

    J Dilla
    $19.99
    10 Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Beats Batch 4 (Out Of Stock) Beats Batch 4 (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Beats Batch 4 (Out Of Stock)

    Contains Ten Previously Unreleased, Untitled J Dilla Beats


    The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the
    early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.


    Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10" features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited
    edition "The King of Beats' Ma Dukes Collector's Edition Box Set." Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history.

    J Dilla
    $19.99
    10 Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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