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Various Artists: Heavy Loungin

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    Product Details

    • Release Date: Aug 1, 2000
    • Record Label: Fat City Recordings
    • Barcode: 619257100427
    • Item #: FC004CD

    Track Listing

    1. Suckerpuss - 'Fat Ditty' (Skit A.)
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    2. Mr. Live - 'The Good Life'
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    3. Unsung Heroes feat. Siah & Yeshua Da Poed - 'Transatlantic (The Nextmen Remix)'
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    4. Mike Zoot - 'Jungle Punch'
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    5. All Natural & Lone Catalysts - 'Renaissance'
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    6. Flying Pupa feat. Natural Resource & Pumpkinhead - 'Can It'
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    7. Dual Control - 'Full Fat' (Skit B.)
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    8. Jahbaz - 'Dirty Jungle'
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    9. Lone Catalysts - 'Jimmy Hats'
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    10. Martin Brew - 'Fat Back' (Skit C.)
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    11. Frankenstein - 'Rock The House'
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    12. Aboriginals feat. Abyss - 'Try These'
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    13. Beyond There feat. Siah & Ken Boogaloo - 'Take It Where?'
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    14. Walkin' Large feat. Jeru The Damaja - 'When I Flow'
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    15. Funky Fresh Few feat. Afu-Ra - 'Through These Veins'
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    16. Sandro - 'Fat Land' (Skit D.)
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    Name: (Posted: 6/2/2014 5:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
    Location: KALi
    Comment: Within the past five years after 95 or 96 it was a Boomin time for Independent Underground Hip Hop. If one was familiar with these times, you would know the names of artists and labels that open the doors for the next waves of Independent labels and artists of what is now in 2014 and beyond. I stopped paying attention to popular Hip Hop in the mainstream in 98, I think the last popular Emcee/Rappers I was into was Canibus' with "2nd round K.O." and Eminem's "Just don’t Give A Fuck" single right when Dre discovered Em at a Lyricist Lounge concert in 98. Heard that Last Emperor could have signed to Dre with Em but that never happened. I still was definitely a Native Tongues fan at the time, but got introduced to a 12' single by a artist named Mr. Lif… and it was "Elektro" and "The Nothing"…the buyer at the independent record store was pushin this 12' to me so I took his word in 98. then the next time I came back he was pushin most of the Fondle em 12s and I picked up as much of what they had of Fondlem that was on the shelves and I kept comin back and discovered more relevant labels during that time and I got more acquainted with the underground indie Hip Hop scene without the use of the Source magazine and the magazine I was more interested in was Sub Culture Magazine and Uk based Hip Hop magazines and Graphotism issues(sort of a outside lookin into American Hip Hop… from a 3rd prespective)and kinda woke me up to see the current state of Hip Hop at that time. I was familiar with most of the Wake up show episodes and of course more college radio like KFJC in late 90's with the Monday Beatdown and KZSU's The Drum with Kevvy Kev since 89 90 91 when I started listening off of the antenna on my boom box. Which now brings me to my familiarity of the line of artists on this roster released off of Fat City records (which is also a Record shop in England). This various artists release has a good line up of artist that takes me back to those 5 years I was active in collecting 12' vinyl relevant to the indie Underground Hip Hop market. Those five to seven years were crucial for the beginning of certain indie Hip Hop labels who have survive almost two decades. The artist on this roster where on indie labels that didn’t last a decade, from Head Bop to All Natural Inc. to 75 Ark. Blah blah blah blah nuf of my life story. Lol
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