• Country Music TV


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  • Chuck D Presents This Day in Rap and Hip Hop History 2019 Calendar

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  • 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

  • Not Only for Music: Song Lyrics Rap Hip Hop Rhyming Words Daily Writing Notebook 2019

    Not Only for Music: Song Lyrics Rap Hip Hop Rhyming Words Daily Writing Notebook

    • UPC: 917878481

  • 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]

    • UPC: 3463394

  • Space Station Theme Science 2019 Weekly Planner 134 Pages: (notebook, Diary, Blank Book)

    Space Station Theme Science 2019 Weekly Planner 134 Pages: (notebook, Diary, Blank

    • UPC: 760954533

  • Space Station Elevator Science Theme 2019 Weekly Planner 134 Pages: (notebook, Diary, Blank Book)

    Space Station Elevator Science Theme 2019 Weekly Planner 134 Pages: (notebook, Diary, Blank

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  • Groove Station 2019 / Various (CD)

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  • Rap Rock & Read Volume 1 the Best of Miss Nina

    YouTube Star & three time Parents Choice Award winning artist, Miss Nina, has gathered her best and most popular songs into one fun filled compilation album that will have kids rapping, rocking and reading along!

    • UPC: 469090699

  • Just as the comedy smash "What's The Worst That Could Happen" has a rhythmic flow, so does the soundtrack. With the bass pumping throughout, the best in the hip-hop game are represented on this compilation. Snoop Dogg's humor and rhyming skills separate him from the pack on "F&*k What They Say." He speaks from experience when he raps "No matter how money much you make or who you are, brothers will talk about you". Craig Mack introduces the chairman of the board to a new generation when he samples "High Hopes." Queen Latifah retains her throne on "Everywhere You Go," as Sarah Jane lends her soulful vocals to the track.A hot arrangement and tight production bolster the title track by Supa Friendz. Sam Logan whips up some smooth R&B on the Frankie Beverly-penned"Happy Feelin's". The first single and highlight here is the Erick Sermon/Marvin Gaye track "Music". An unreleased Gaye vocal track is layered over a strong beat (courtesy of producer Sermon). Snoop passes the mic to his female protege's Doggy's Angels on the funky "Shoot "Em Up."

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  • Shad Rap 07 Fishing lure, 2.75-Inch, Hot Steel, The world's best running hardbait, hand-tuned and tank-tested at the factory. By Rapala

    Main products of our company :electric, home,toy,clother ,etc. Since its foundation ,the company keeps living up to the belief of :"honest selling ,best quality ,people-orientation and benefits to customers. "We are doing everything to offer

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