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  • Best Rap Album of All Time by Various Artists (1998-12-15)

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  • Producers include: Steely & Clevie, Shane Richards, Danny Brownie, D. Juvenile, Donovan Germain.Mr. Vegas, born Clifford Smith, was once a smooth-voiced singer known in Jamaica for his sweet tone. However, a fight one night at a recording studio--over the ownership of a DAT tape--resulted in Smith's jaw being broken with an iron pipe. After a few weeks in the hospital with his jaw wired shut, he ordered the wiring removed and came back with a new vocal style combining rap with singing. HEADS HIGH is a typical dancehall album in the sense that lyrically, it is mostly concerned with women, braggadocio, and "cabin stabbin." However, HEADS HIGH is an interesting album. Mr. Vegas's vocal style is not only well suited to the genre but has a distinctive tone all its own, which Mr. Vegas creates by semi-singing his raps. The beats are well done and quite varied across the 20 tracks. This album's title track was a huge hit, holding at No. 1 on the U.K. charts for 10 weeks and becoming a staple in any hip-hop DJ's reggae sets. Mr. Vegas was nominated as Best International Reggae Act for England's 1998 MOBO awards. Not bad for a rookie effort.

    Format: Music CD, Greensleeves Records. Rock music CD release from Mr. Vegas with the album Heads High. Released on the lKel Greensleeves Records. Reggae music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is fully

    • UPC: 3481281

  • Rage Against The Machine: Zack De La Rocha (vocals); Tom Morello (guitar); Tim Commerford (bass); Brad Wilk (drums).Additional personnel includes: Sen Dog, B-Real (rap vocals).Producers: Rick Rubin, Rage Against The Machine, Brendan O'Brien.Engineers: Jim Scott, David Schiffman, Nick DiDia.Principally recorded at Cello Studios, Hollywood, California and The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, California."Renegades Of Funk" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.Seemingly due to the hasty departure of vocalist Zach De La Rocha, what had originally been intended as a second disc complementing a live set finds its solo release in RENEGADES. Originally born in the lighthearted spirit of cover albums such as Metallica's GARAGE DAYS series, RENEGADES is an assembly of interpretations of protest songs that spans many musical styles.From the funk treatment of the obscure "Pistol Grip Pump" (originally recorded by Volume 10), to the slowed-down, stomping groove of the MC5's "Kick Out the Jams," there is seemingly no song the band can't transform and make their own. Identifying closely with Rage Against The Machine's political ideals are Afrika Bambaataa's "Renegades of Funk," and the previously single-only cover of Bruce Springsteen's "The Ghost of Tom Joad." In what fans might optimistically interpret as a hint of what is to follow, two hidden live tracks round out RENEGADES' 60-plus minute assault.

    RENEGADES [LIMITED EDITION] [PA]

    • UPC: 3490139

  • It's easy to bemoan the Grammy Awards, particularly when it comes to the committee's understanding of rap. The first winner of the Best Rap Record was "Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, so what do they know. Well, more than one might think, as evidenced by the track listing of nominees on this surprisingly beguiling collection. Everyone from Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott to Dr. Dre to, yes, Grammy fave Will Smith is represented on this compilation. They might even have selected the best hip-hop song of 1999 in The Roots' "The Next Movement." The Philly Crew appears again for their luscious collaboration with Erykah Badu "You Got Me." Eminem's "My Name Is" for all its unabashed white-boy rap leanings, was hard to hate, let alone ignore. Then there's Nas' "I Am" to account for the harder-edged contingent. Okay, some important artists of 1999 are overlooked; there's nothing by Mos Def, Pharoah Monche, or any of the various Wu-Tangers who released top-notch albums during 1999. However, for those who might doubt the Grammys, this compilation is eye-opening. Then again, looking back, "Parents Just Don't Understand" was pretty fun at the time.

    GRAMMY RAP NOMINEES 2000 [PA]

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  • Personnel: Chico O'Farrill (conductor, arranger); Jimmy Cozier, Marshall McDonald, Bobby Porcelli (alto saxophone); Mike Migliore, Peter Brainin (tenor saxophone); Pablo Calogero (baritone saxophone); Jim Seeley, Matt Hilgenburg, Roger Ingram, Kenny Rampton, Peter Olstad, David "Piro" Rodriguez (trumpet); Gary Valente, Sam Burtis, Papo Vazquez, Jack Jeffers (trombone); Arturo O'Farrill (piano); Andy Gonzalez, Joe Santiago (bass); Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Willie Martinez (drums); Eddie Bobe (bongos, percussion); Joe Gonzalez (congas).Producers: Jorge Ulla, Todd Barkan, Arturo O'Farrill.Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York, New York in December 1998 and in June & July 1999. Includes liner notes by Oscar Hijuelos, Enrique Fernandez and Nat ChediakHEART OF A LEGEND was nominated for the 2000 Latin Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.

    THE HEART OF A LEGEND

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  • Best Album (Analog) (CD)

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  • LOVE DRUM TALK was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album.Personnel: Babatunde Olatunji (vocals, drums, djembe, ngoma); Della Lorraine Flack, Brancie McKenzie, Ty Stephens (vocals); Hui Cox (acoustic guitar, mandolin, fretless bass); Adesoji Odukogbe (acoustic guitar); Jeff Andrews (fretless bass); Todd Turkisher (drums); Gordy Ryan (agogo, percussion); Anthony Francis (djembe); James Cherry (shekere).Producers: David Chesky; Hui Cox; Babatunde Olatunji.Liner Note Authors: Vivien Goldman; Akinsola A. Akiwowo; Babatunde Olatunji.Recording information: St. Peter's Episcopal Church, New York (06/16/1997 - 06/19/1997).

    Babatunde Olatunji - Love Drum Talk (SACD NEW)Label: Chesky RecordsFormat: SACDRelease Date: 22 Jun 2004No. of Discs: 1UPC: 090368027566Details1. Sarete Wa2. What's Your Number, Mama?3. Love Drum Talk4. Beblolo5. Spell Mola6. Don't Know Why My

    • UPC: 3466130

  • Personnel: Common Sense (vocals); Tony Orbach (saxophone); Lenny Underwood (keyboards); Kenny Aaronson (bass); Twilite Tone, Tarsha Jones (background vocals); Immenslope, Rayshel.Producers: Immenslope, The Beat Nuts, Twilite Tone.The first album by Chicago MC Common, CAN I BORROW A DOLLAR?, is widely accepted in hip-hop's underground as a classic. Raw cuts like "Blows to the Temple" demonstrate why, and give listeners a glimpse at a legend in the making.With CAN I BORROW A DOLLAR?, a younger, more careless Common was simply out to demonstrate his talents to a nation obsessed with New York and L.A. rap. The lo-fi beat structure of the album is reminiscent of the music of the early '90s, when heavy jazz and funk influences dominated East Coast hip-hop. Though the disc is layered with gritty beats and samples that now seem familiar, they seem vibrant when put into context with other material of the same era. The Beatnuts offer one of their early productions on "Heidi Hoe," a track that may shock listeners who are used to Common's more reflective, socially aware lyrics of today. While certainly not his best work, die-hard fans won't be disappointed.

    Common - Can I Borrow A Dollar (CD NEW)Label: RelativityFormat: CD MODRelease Date: 06 Oct 1992No. of Discs: 1UPC: 088561108427Album Tracks1. A Penny For My Thoughts2. Charms Alarm3. Take It EZ4. Heidi Hoe5. Breaker 1/96.

    • UPC: 3464472

  • Personnel includes: Shirley Caesar (vocals); Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Church Choir.Recorded live in Harlem, New York City, New York.All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.A MIRACLE IN HARLEM was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album.

    Personnel includes: Shirley Caesar (vocals); Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Church Choir.Recorded live in Harlem, New York City, New York.All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.A MIRACLE IN HARLEM was nominated for a 1998

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  • Top 15 Rap Albums 1998 - Najlepsze Albumy Rapowe 1998

    1998 HIP HOP Compilation VOLUME 1

    Top 20 Hip-Hop Albums Of The 1990's Part 5: 1998-1999