Saturday, February 10, 2007

Hard To Obtain Vol 4 (Vinyl Rips)

Although I grew up on alot of the typical east coast stuff like Run DMC, Public Enemy, Moe Dee, Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, Donald D, Masta Ace, Schoolly, Eric B & Rakim etc etc, over the 90's when most people went crazy over Premiere production and all the "classics", I was mainly listening to west and south beats and I know most hip hop heads will disagree with me, alot of those head nodding east beats from the mid 90's put me to sleep. I still love all those old school artists I grew up on, some 90's artists and alot of the new stuff coming out now like Q Strange and Thirstin Howl the 3rd but just can't seem to get anything out of alot of the stuff most people love. Anyway, seems not to much east stuff gets put on here I have decided to chuck up a couple of rips from this compilation on 'Vibe' Records called 'Hard To Obtain Vol 4' that I picked up on wax a while back.

I have no idea what so ever if these tracks are "Hard To Obtain", or if every blog and site have these for download all the time? I'll be curious to know though if anyone wants to enlighten me.

Tragedy, King Tee, Grand Puba, Def Jef, Chubb Rock - Keep Control
Red Hot Lover Tone ft Notorious BIG, Pharoah Monch, MOP - This Is For My Niggaz
Lord Finesse ft Big L - Yes You May (REMIX)


straphanger said...

MAsterful choice SOB, what was the Ultra track on this vinyl, was it 'Poppa Large' the non-album version?


EMVEE1 said...

Nah, actually the track is "FUNKY". If anyone clicks the back cover (to enlarge image) and wants any of the other tracks on the record I'm sure bullant won't mind ripping them and putting them up down the track.

Thanks for the comment straphanger.

From Brixton aye? Hijack are the shit!

asdf said...

that's prince po,- not monche - on the red hot lover tone track.

BULLANT said...

I'm not a fan of either so I wou;dn't know. I just copied down what it said on the tracklisting on the back.

thanks for the info, i'll check it out.