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 Post subject: Great Singles, Overlooked Gems, One-hit wonders, etc.
PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 7:27 pm 
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Any way to start a list of these? I'm trying to get a comprehensive list to try an put together a decent collection of songs but most of the lists i find are repeats or extremely obvious. I guess i'm thinking of stuff like

Lords of the Underground - Chief Rocka

EPMD - I'm Housin

Camp Lo - Luchini

Gang Starr - Take It Personal

Main Source - Looking at the Front Door

Lord Finesse - Funky Technician

etc, etc,

I'm assuming we can all add a bunch of tracks and have lots of crossover but hopefully we'll introduced to a few gems we wouldn't normally run across

like

Bone Hard Zaggin (Big Mello) - Symptoms of a Crook


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 Post subject: Re: Great Singles, Overlooked Gems, One-hit wonders, etc.
PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 10:23 pm 
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I will add a bunch of shit to this post later.

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 Post subject: Re: Great Singles, Overlooked Gems, One-hit wonders, etc.
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shiv wrote:
I will add a bunch of shit to this post later.


Yeah, that's what i'm going for...just add random tracks whenever you feel the urge.

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I feel like this was never officially released, but I could be wrong about that


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 Post subject: Re: Great Singles, Overlooked Gems, One-hit wonders, etc.
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I made two volumes of great hip-hop from 1987-1989

BORT COMPILATION # 62
Kickin' It Back Middle School
Rap Songs '87-'89 (Vol. 1)

01. Kool Moe Dee - I Go To Work
02. Run DMC - Radio Station
03. LL Cool J - Go Cut Creator Go
04. Sir Mix-A-Lot - Hip Hop Soldier
05. Big Daddy Kane - Set It Off
06. Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock - Don't Sleep On It
07. Eric B & Rakim - I Ain't No Joke
08. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Road To The Riches
09. Slick Rick - Children's Story
10. Young MC - Bust A Move
11. De La Soul - Me, Myself, and I
12. EPMD - Listen To My Demo
13. Kwame, Boy Genius - Push The Panic Button!
14. Biz Markie - Make The Music With Your Mouth, Biz
15. Original Concept - Can U Feel It 88
16. Beastie Boys - The Sounds Of Science
17. Boogie Down Productions - The Bridge Is Over
18. NWA - Straight Outta Compton

BORT COMPILATION # 63
Kickin' It Back Middle School
Rap Songs '87-'89 (Vol. 2)

01. Public Enemy - Don't Believe The Hype
02. Jungle Brothers - Straight Out Of The Jungle
03. Ultramagnetic MCs - Kool Keith Housing Things
04. Juice Crew - The Symphony
05. Stetsasonic - Talkin' All That Jazz
06. Doug E. Fresh - D.E.F.
07. Gang Starr - Manifest
08. Fat Boys - Crushin'
09. Tone-Loc - Wild Thing (Wild Beats)
10. Three Times Dope - The Greatest Man Alive
11. Cash Money & Marvelous - Find An Ugly Woman
12. The D.O.C. - It's Funky Enough
13. Krown Rulers - B-Boy Document
14. Heavy D & The Boyz - We Got Our Own Thang
15. Public Enemy - The Enemy Assault Vehicle Mixx

And I want to make another volume, but so far all I have is

Kid'N'Play - Gittin' Funky
Hurby's Machine/Super Lovers - Let The Drummer Get Ill
3rd Bass - Gas Face

Any other recs would be much appreciated.

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