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H.E.A.L. – Civilization Vs. Technology (September 24, 1991)

H.E.A.L., which is an acronym for Human Education Against Lies, is a movement that was formed and led by the Blastmaster KRS-One back in the early nineties. KRS-One’s beliefs and philosophies have changes plenty over the past 30 years, but … Continue reading

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Sway & King Tech – Concrete Jungle (June 11, 1991)

Sway and Tech’s legacy will always be cemented in the annuals of hip-hop for what their legendary radio show, The Wake Up Show, did for hip-hop in the nineties. Through their radio show the bay area duo helped provide a … Continue reading

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Kool Moe Dee – Funke Funke Wisdom (June 11, 1991)

We last heard from Kool Moe Dee in 1991 with his third full-length release Knowledge Is King. You can read my thoughts on that album by clicking this link, but in a few words: Knowledge Is King was chalked full … Continue reading

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Son Of Bazerk Featuring No Self Control And The Band – Bazerk, Bazerk, Bazerk (May 14, 1991)

Nineties hip-hop gave us several abstract artists and one-off projects, but no one project or group may have epitomized both those things more than the subject of today’s post, Son of Bazerk. Son of Bazerk (government name: Tony Allen) and … Continue reading

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Yo-Yo – Make Way For The Motherlode (March 19, 1991)

If you’re keeping track at home, place this one after Hypocrisy Is The Greatest Luxury. Make Way For The Motherlode is the debut album from the South Central based female emcee, Yo-Yo. In my review of her second album Black … Continue reading

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Father MC – Father’s Day (October 15, 1990)

New addition. It you’re keeping track at home, place this one after Paris’s The Devil Made Me Do it. From the mid-eighties to early nineties, Uptown Records was a force to be reckoned with. The New York City based label, … Continue reading

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Sir Mix-A-Lot – Swass (September 1, 1988)

Added this one to the collection a few months ago. Place this one after Marley Marl’s In Control Vol. 1.  When discussing Seattle hip-hop, the only name you can truly give credit to for putting the city on the map … Continue reading

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