I originally had a copy of this when I turned 17. The big homie Hasham ‘De La Fuse’ Khan got it for me, as well as Talib Kwelli’s ‘Ear Drum’. Ya boy got taste, apparently not without some help from the other big homie Shan.
I got this particular copy from Anglicare in Belmont on the 29/1/13 for 2 bucks.
So glad it’s come back to me, classic album, real cohesive vibe and hilarious quotables. But don’t take my word for it, why not let Ghostface do the talky rapping.
One of Shaq’s less shit albums. It probably goes down a bit nicer because of the features including production hook ups. Speaking of hooks or lack there of.
Until I bought this copy of da Return I had never seen a Shaq album and then I see this an 2 others in one week all from op-shops.
I copped this album from Save The Children at 77 Wanneroo Road
No Hook (Ft. RZA & Method Man) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNXAPgYQQdA
By Far Busta’s best album and perhaps unfortunately for him this was his first solo full length release. I’ve had a handful of Busta albums in my possession at one time or the other and the only other Busta album that’s half decent is ‘The Genesis’ which I got recently from an op-shop. This has that beautiful Golden Era (early nineties) sound, more than 3 quarters of the tracks are 4 out of 5 stars. Flow and beats are killer on this one.
Flipmode Squad Meets Def Squad (Posee Cut) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTnOL-NGgd0