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The Science
The Science (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: PLP 7970. Rel: 10 Nov 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Time (part 2) (3:51)
Interlude One (0:19)
How My Man Went Down In The Game (3:30)
Interlude Two (0:12)
Hellavision (3:36)
Interlude Three (0:19)
Raise Up (1:28)
Interlude Four (0:09)
Looking At The Front Door (Uncut) (3:21)
Interlude Five (0:28)
Fakin' The Funk (previously unreleased) (2:40)
Interlude Six (0:22)
Bootlegging (2:15)
Time (1:55)
Outro Interlude (0:31)
Fakin' The Funk (Soundtrack version - bonus track) (3:15)
Review: Anyone who takes their old-skool hip-hop seriously knows Main Source were the real deal, and their 1991 album Breaking Atoms remains one of the greatest albums in the genre. While there was an eventual follow-up in 1994, hip-hop folklore has often spoken of their shelved 1992 LP The Science. Bar the odd bootleg single or demo here and there, the album has never been heard but now a major missing piece in the story of early 90s rap is being put back into its rightful place, as P-Vine present the first ever release of The Science, cut from the group's own master tapes and guaranteed to be a new favourite for anyone who values the golden age of beats and rhymes.
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 in stock $33.24
Fuck What You Think
Fuck What You Think (limited cassette)
Cat: PCT 31. Rel: 05 Sep 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Diary Of A Hit Man
Only The Real Survive
What You Need
Merrick Boulevard
Down Low
Intermission
Where We're Coming From
Hellavision
Fuck What You Think
Set It Off
Scratch & Kut '94
Without Breaking It Down (bonus track)
Hey (bonus track)
 in stock $24.46
The Science
The Science (cassette)
Cat: PCT 25. Rel: 01 Aug 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Time (part 2) (3:54)
Interlude One (0:16)
How My Man Went Down In The Game (3:41)
Interlude Two (0:13)
Hellavision (3:41)
Interlude Three (0:23)
Raise Up (1:31)
Interlude Four (0:10)
Looking At The Front Door (Uncut) (3:26)
Interlude Five (0:45)
Fakin' The Funk (unreleased) (2:32)
Interlude Six (0:16)
Bootlegging (2:16)
Time (2:05)
Outro Interlude (0:22)
Fakin' The Funk (Sound track version - bonus track) (3:45)
 in stock $20.74
Breaking Atoms (Japanese Edition)
Breaking Atoms (Japanese Edition) (limited gatefold picture disc 2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: PLP 78301. Rel: 10 Mar 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Snake Eyes (3:34)
Just Hangin Out (4:09)
Looking At The Front Door (4:14)
Large Professor (3:03)
Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (3:24)
Scratch & Kut (2:57)
Peace Is Not The Word To Play (3:08)
Vamos A Rapiar (4:00)
He Got So Much Soul (He Don't Need No Music) (3:39)
Live At The Barbeque (4:30)
Watch Roger Do His Thang (4:19)
How My Man Went Down In The Game (3:41)
Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (remix) (4:00)
Peace Is Not The Word To Play (remix) (3:49)
Fakin' The Funk (Legends Circle mix) (3:37)
Review: Lovers of the famous East Coast hip-hop sound out of the States will have long been dial into this cornerstone classic, Dah Shinin', by Brooklyn duo Smif-N-Wessun. With help from the Da Beatminerz production crew, it is a timeless record with plenty of jazz and reggae flourishes thank to the great samples while the hardcore bars and beats have a real underground edge. MCs Tek and Steele are in perfect form over the 16 tunes and guest slots from Black Moon also bang. This is one no hip hop head should ever be without.
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 in stock $49.20
Live At The Barbeque (Japanese Edition)
Live At The Barbeque (Japanese Edition) (limited 7" picture disc)
Cat: P 76468. Rel: 10 Mar 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Live At The Barbeque (4:36)
Large Professor (3:11)
Review: Main Source cut a sharp figure when they broke through in the early 90s, made up of Toronto's K-Cut and Sir Scratch and New York's Large Professor. Their debut album Breaking Atoms is one of the greatest from that golden era for hip-hop, and there's no shortage of hot tracks to pick for a 7" pressing, but here Japan's P-Vine picks out the classic 'Live At The Barbeque' and backs it up with Large Professor's own self-titled joint. This is early 90s hip-hop at its best, boiled down on a handy little single for those moments when you just want the hits.
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 in stock $22.07
Looking At The Front (Japanese Edition)
Looking At The Front (Japanese Edition) (limited 7" picture disc)
Cat: P 76469. Rel: 10 Mar 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Looking At The Front Door (4:12)
Snake Eyes (3:33)
Review: We've been treated to a few revisits of tracks from the mighty Main Source and their seminal debut album Breaking Atoms, and now P-Vine are pressing up two of the best on a crafty little 7". 'Looking Out The Front Door' is a stone cold classic through and through, riding a dense and dusty break as Large Professor laments on love gone wrong. Despite the downcast lyrical theme, the vibe of the track is sun-kissed mellow gold, thanks in no small part to the buttery Rhodes licks. On the flip we get 'Snake Eyes', the opening cut from the album which cemented Main Source's legendary status back in 1991.
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 in stock $22.07
Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (Japanese Edition)
Cat: P 76470. Rel: 10 Mar 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (3:21)
Vamos A Rapiar (4:04)
 in stock $22.61
Breaking Atoms (reissue)
Cat: MRBCD 254. Rel: 07 Sep 22
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Snake Eyes
Just Hangin Out
Looking At The Front Door
Large Professor
Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball
Scratch & Kut
Peace Is Not The Word To Play
Vamos A Rapiar
He Got So Much Soul
Live At The Barbeque
Watch Roger Do His Thing
 in stock $11.69
Peace Is Not The Word To Play
Cat: MRB 7189. Rel: 12 Feb 21
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Peace Is Not The Word To Play (remix) (3:53)
Peace Is Not The Word To Play (LP version) (3:13)
 in stock $13.30
Think (reissue)
Cat: MRB 7186. Rel: 04 Dec 20
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Think (3:33)
Atom (2:57)
Review: Mr Bongo continue to shine a light on classic hip-hop with their excellent curated reissue series. They have two Main Source 45s in their sights and this is the second. When it first came out on Actual Records, it soon sold out and became a much sought after piece with copies going for high prices on the second hand market. And for good reason - the band really hinted at the greatness they would go on to achieve with an impeccable three minute rap single making a massive mark. 'Think' is a superb example of how to take well known samples and flip them into something fresh.
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 in stock $14.36
Looking At The Front Door (reissue)
Cat: MRB 7187. Rel: 04 Dec 20
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Looking At The Front Door (vocal & instrumental) (4:14)
Watch Roger Do His Thing (vocal & instrumental) (4:22)
Review: Mr Bongo come through once more with a first UK issue of this slice of hip-hop history. It is the lead single from Main Source's Breaking Atoms album and is one of two such 45s the Brighton label, shop and archivists are putting out. Undisputed rap classic 'Looking At The Front Door' goes first and ride son nice loose drums with oft sampled bass and off course some fine MC work. On the flip is another gem, 'Let Roger Do His Thing', which is darker, more hard hitting and with some DJ scratching for extra streetwise sagger.
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 in stock $14.36
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