Picture an alternate reality where Slick Rick never fought a deportation case and got to cash in one last time before the bottom fell out of the CD industry via a Greatest Hits double-disc anthology released on Def Jam in time for Christmas 2001. Disc one would consist of the classics, the incredible album cuts from his 4 LP's, and a new track with Doug E. Fresh & Ludacris which would go on to become Nas' Virgo back in our universe; meanwhile disc two would be a odds 'n' sods collections built from the bricks and mortar of his best guest appearances, non-album cuts, and unreleased tracks in CDQ.
That shit would still be holdin' you down 14 summers later, right? Ya boy just zoned out on a wet saturday morning and collated the definitive track list for disc two, although we're still waitin' on those CDQ versions of his unreleased tracks. Someone needs to Oceans Eleven the Def Jam vaults already.
The Show (w/ Doug E. Fresh) (1985)
Treat Her Like A Prostitute (Movie Version) (1988)
If I'm Not Your Lover (remix) (w/ Al B. Sure!) (1988)
Captain Caveman (1991)
Behind Bars (O.G Prince Paul version) (1992)
Star Trek (1992)
A Letter 2 (1992)
Sittin' In My Car (Lad's Lexus mix) (1994)
Just Another Case (w/ CRU) (1997)
Why You Doing That? (1998)
Da Art Of Storytellin' (remix) (w/ OutKast) (1998)
Pimpin' Ain't Easy (w/ Dana Dane) (1998)
Sleazy Gynechologist (1999)
I Sparkle (1999)
So Fresh (w/ Will Smith, Jazzy Jeff & Biz Markie) (1999)
Why Not (w/ Erick Onasis) (2000)
The Sun (w/ Ghostface, Raekwon & RZA) (2001)
Bonus plea: anybody got an MP3 of Rick's He Kills? It's not on YouTube, it's mysteriously absent from the J-Love Legends Two mixtape on Datpiff, and I can't find my own CD copy to rip it.