RAWKUS RECORDS APPRECIATION VOL......triple 5 soul cargos and timbs

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  1. SC kid

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    8)

    They had an ill lineup

    Sum of my favorite joints
     
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  2. illphillip

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    Since it is NIKETALK....

     
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  3. illphillip

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    More....





    This **** right HERE....:smokin



    RIP to one of the GREATS...
     
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    Company flow :pimp:
     
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  5. rillo561

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    So many memories :smokin

    Used to love their soundbombing albums. 1&2 were my ****.
     
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  6. illscan

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  7. illphillip

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    Another GEM.....
     
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  10. 36 ounces

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    soundbombing and lyricist lounge are definitely appreciated
     
  11. scotthallwithapick

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    Classics!

    My favorite label tied with Death Row
     
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    1-9-9-9 :pimp:
     
  13. SC kid

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    Was expecting 2 replies lol

    Never heard sum of these 8)
     
  14. illphillip

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  15. illscan

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    8 Steps To Perfection is the quintessential late 90's backpack joint in my mind.
     
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  16. illphillip

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    ^^^

    True story.
     
  17. zube42

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    I miss this era like a ************
     
  18. numbah1grimey

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    Hmmmm...



     
  19. Magic33

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    I got that High & Mighty CD because of the cover. :lol:

    My first Rawkus album was Soundbombing and then I got Lyricist Lounge, which I didn't like that much and was pissed because of how much it cost.
     
  20. lobcity

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    I remember changing channels every time the Black Star -Definition video came on. Then one time I just watched it and literally copped all their albums as they dropped over the 4 years or so
     
  21. illscan

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    Fat Beats was an oasis in a rapidly changing hip hop landscape during this time period.
     
  22. Magic33

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    I miss the old Mos Def. He could have been a lot larger if he didn't part time rap.
     
  23. sdsualum

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    Rawkus reminds me of my college days :smokin

     
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  24. rillo561

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    Agreed 100%.
     
  25. superblytrife

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    Maaaaaan, anything Rawkus is like a portal back in time to college for me. That era might just be my favorite in hip-hop as far as looking forward to new music from so many different artists.

    My homie is a DJ and was our school's urban music director back then, so he'd always slide me demo/promo copies of all the Rawkus stuff. I was the king of edited albums. :lol:

    That Rawkus era was just fun though. I was never a true backpacker, but their stuff always let me feel like I was. It was underground hip-hop without being too obscure, if that makes sense.