Thursday, 3 March 2016

Bloggas can't believe UK blokes found this



^^^ Cast your mind back a couple of weeks to this plea from my AZ deep cuts playlist post. Have a guess what DJ Step One found on some obscure bootleg 12" from one of the grubbiest corners of Discogs and just uploaded to his blog! Swearing - it's not big and it's not clever except in the case of Deadwood episodes and rap remixes over classic Trevor Horn productions.

And so another holy grail bites the dust. The only excuse you've got for ever listenin' to the edited version again is if you're watching that time The Firm performed it live on the Keenan Wayans show. Women moan about gender equality but aren't prepared to throw on an XXL Karl Kani Canadian Tuxedo with the the rest of the crew when it's showtime:


Pour one out for Half-A-Mill. His solo remake of the remix was the closest thing we had to an unedited version until now. Communist flow - shittin' on metropolis, yo...

Half-A-Mill - World Famous
(From Da Hustle Don't Stop album; 2002)

5 comments:

Ben Jones said...

It's probably a pretty unpopular opinion but I thought both of Half-a-Mil's albums were pretty good even if some of the production was a product of the era.

Si Mane Price said...

Do you know In The Projects from his 1995 demo with DJ Scratch? That was the best song he ever recorded imo.

Ben Jones said...

Yeah i've heard all those unreleased track's he did. Half-a-Mil was kinda like Mcgruff in the respect that a lot of his best music was stuff that never officially came out.

Si Mane Price said...

There's supposed to be another couple of tracks from that DJ Scratch demo that have never surfaced. You'd think one of these boutique RAER VINYLZ bork record labels would try and release the full thing.

Ruben said...

Jobs a good 'un, fellas.

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