1989 The Number, Another Summer..........

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.......well, not really just another summer.


The D.O.C. - No One Can Do It Better


Special Ed - Youngest In Charge


Chubb Rock - And The Winner Is


3rd Bass - The Cactus Album


De La Soul - 3ft High And Rising


Gangstarr - No More Mr. Nice Guy


Too $hort - Life Is Too Short


BDP - Ghetto Music: The Blueprint Of Hip Hop


Cool C - I Gotta Habit


2 Live Crew - As Nasty As They Wanna Be


EPMD - Unfinished Business


Big Daddy Kane - It's A Big Daddy Thing


Biz Markie - The Biz Never Sleeps


MC Lyte - Eyes On This


Kool G Rap and DJ Polo - Road To Riches


Queen Latifah - All Hail The Queen


Kwame - The Boy Genius


Nice and Smooth - Nice and Smooth


Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique


I strongly recommend giving these albums a few spins if you havent heard them.
 
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You already know.

88+89>all IMO. Like we were saying in that other thread. Cats were still making music from the heart.

Look at how musically diverse all of those albums are.

I was hanging out with Greg Nice last week and I kept telling him how much I loved that album. "Skill Trade", "Early To Rise". BANGERS.
 
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Don't even get me to frontin'... '88-'89 was 2nd/3rd grade for me...

I can listen to 'em now as a grown man and respect the music, but there's no way in hell I could front like, "Oh yeah..cuz back then I was ridinaround to _____ doin' ___."

I was prolly watchin' Thundercats or some %@$%
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Originally Posted by ILL LEGAL OPERATION

Don't even get me to frontin'... '88-'89 was 2nd/3rd grade for me...

I can listen to 'em now as a grown man and respect the music, but there's no way in hell I could front like, "Oh yeah..cuz back then I was ridin around to _____ doin' ___."

I was prolly watchin' Thundercats or some %@$%
...

On CAKE I was 5/6 in 88 and 89 I heard a lot due to my uncle, his friend and cousins and went back as I got older so I'm familiar with a lot. but Ihaven't heard a few of these maybe 7, I need to do my research.
 
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Originally Posted by ILL LEGAL OPERATION

I can listen to 'em now as a grown man and respect the music, but there's no way in hell I could front like, "Oh yeah..cuz back then I was ridin around to _____ doin' ___."
Seymore CAKE wrote:
[hr][/hr] I heard a lot due to my uncle, his friend and cousins and went back as I got older so I'm familiar with a lot. but I haven't heard a few of these maybe 7, I need to do my research.

Add to that, I don't know why I never put it together that these were all "88+89"... damn.

SEND is going to have all us younger cats DITC over the weekend,
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Had about half those joints on there. Brought back some memories.

Chubb Rock-playing this at summer camp in new hampsirie white kids giving me

Kwame & 3rd Bass-I had to beat a kid up because he stole my tapes out of my desk
 
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