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Author: Brian Coleman
Publisher: New York : Villard, 2007. ©2007
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : Villard books trade paperback editionView all editions and formats
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An oral history of hip-hop music offers contributions by the artists who offer an anecdotal account of the creation of some of the genre's most important albums, as well as the people, events, and environment that inspired them.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Coleman
ISBN: 9780812977752 0812977750
OCLC Number: 76961265
Notes: Includes index.
"Originally published in different form in the United States by Wax Facts Press, Somerville, Mass., in 2005"--Title page verso.
Description: xiv, 509 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 2 Live Crew : As nasty as they wanna be --
Beastie Boys : Check your head --
Big Daddy Kane : Love live the Kane --
Biz Markie : Goin' off --
Black Moon : Enta da stage --
Boogie Down Productions : Criminal minded --
Brand Nubian : One for all --
Common (Sense) : Resurrection --
Cypress Hill : Cypress Hill --
Das Efx : Dead serious --
De la Soul : 3 feet high and rising --
Digable Planets : Reachin' (a new refutation of time and space) --
Digital Underground : Sex packets --
EPMD : Strictly business --
Eric B & Rakim : Paid in full --
Fugees : The score --
Geto Boys : We can't be stopped --
Ice-T : Power --
Marley Marl : In control volume 1 --
MC Lyte : Lyte as a rock --
Mobb Deep : The infamous ... --
M.O.P. : Firing squad --
Onyx : Bacdafucup --
Pete Rock & CL Smooth : Mecca and the soul brother --
The Pharcyde : Bizarre ride II the Pharcyde --
Poor Righteous Teachers : Holy intellect --
Public Enemy : It takes a nation of millions to hold us back --
Redman : Whut? thee album --
The Roots : Do you want more?!!!??! --
Run-DMC : Raising hell --
Schoolly D : Saturday night! the album --
Slick Rick : The great adventures of Slick Rick --
Too $hort : Life is--
too $hort --
A Tribe Called Quest : The low end theory --
Wu-Tang Clan : Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (36 chambers) --
X-Clan : to the east, blackwards.
Responsibility: Brian Coleman.
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An oral history of hip-hop music offers contributions by the artists who offer an anecdotal account of the creation of some of the genre's most important albums, as well as the people, events, and environment that inspired them.

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