Click Here For More Info On Lone Ninja!
Advertise On UGHH
Return To UndergroundHipHop.com Homepage
Store
Video

mf grimm drasar monumental good morning vietnam
mf grimm drasar monumental good morning vietnammf grimm drasar monumental good morning vietnam

M.F. Grimm & Drasar Monumental: Good Morning Vietnam

Vinyl LP Record [EP]
4.5 Stars (3 customer reviews)
List Price:$19.98
Price:$17.97
You Save:$2.01 (10%)
Add to cart

Only 1 left in stock.
Usually ships within 5 business days.
Not available for in-store pick-up

  • w/ Bonus Album Instrumentals
Share:
Add to FacebookAdd to TwitterAdd to PinterestEmail This


Product Details

Summary

A promising career in hip-hop evaded the Manhattan-born rapper MF Grimm after his tragic shooting in the early '90s. Confined to a wheelchair, the man who gave MF Doom his "MF" prefix eventually became a mover and shaker in New York's independent rap scene as founder and CEO of his own label and international distribution company, Day By Day Entertainment. Before he joined the fast-paced vigor of street life, Grimm (born Percival Carey) was an avid skateboarder and actually graced the television screen as a child actor on Sesame Street. He started to take the rap game seriously when he turned 14. Calling himself the Grimm Reaper, he formed one-half of the Gravediggaz (different from the RZA/ Prince Paul group of the same name) with Roc Raida of the X-Ecutioners. Grimm recorded with or performed onstage next to some of the industry's finest: Kool G Rap, KRS-One and 2Pac, just to name a few. He was originally supposed to have a guest verse on Main Source's posse cut "Live At The BBQ" but missed out on the opporitunity because he was temporarily in jail; the verse later appeared on his first 12" single, "So Whatcha Want N***a?" in 1993. Atlantic, Interscope, and other major labels started to present Grimm with lucrative deals, but the following year, he was shot at several times in an attempt to take his life. He lost his sight and hearing and was paralyzed from the neck down. Although he did recuperate his senses, he still remains in a wheelchair. Coping with his dire predicament, he wrote many songs during his hospitalization that would appear on the album Scars & Memories, though it was not released until 2005.

His latest release, "GOOD MORNING VIETNAM" on Vendetta Vinyl was made with the assistance of producer extraordinaire Drasar Monumental, who has spent the majority of his life crafting sample-heavy beats. The duo have managed to create a relentless, thought-provoking body of music that deserves your immediate attention...

Track Listing

Get the FREE Adobe Flash plug-in so you can listen to this audio!
1. Good Morning Vietnam
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
2. Tangerine
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
3. If You Don't Know
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
4. Be Noble
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
5. Solar Soul Controller
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
6. Grand Opening
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
7. Interlude
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
8. Matter Matuta
Producers: Drasar Monumental
 
Click to listen!
9. Good Morning Vietnam
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
10. Tangerine
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
11. If You Don't Know
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
12. Be Noble
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
13. Solar Soul Controller
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
14. Grand Opening
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!
15. Matter Matuta
Producers: Drasar Monumental
instrumental 
Click to listen!

Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought

More Items From: M.F. Grimm & Drasar Monumental & Vendetta Vinyl

Reviews and Comments

Your Name:

Location (City, Country):

How Many Stars Do You Give This Item?

Review This Item:




Review Guidelines:
• The recommended review length is 75 to 300 words.
• Your review should focus on specific reasons you like this item.
• The best reviews include not only whether you liked or disliked this item, but also why.

What not to include:
• Commenting on other reviews visible on the page. Other reviews and their position on the page are subject to change without notice.
• Profanity, obscenities, or spiteful remarks.
• Single-word reviews. We want to know why you liked or disliked the item.
• Phone numbers, mail addresses, URLs.
Average Visitor Rating:
4.5 Stars (4.5 Stars )
Total Comments: 3
Name: (Posted: 5/1/2013 11:34:00 AM; Partial IP: 50.7.1.34)
Location: USA#1
Comment: If you can't hear how this pressing is vastly superior to at least 95% of the other new hiphop vinyl releases it's time to upgrade your system. If you're hearing surface noise I'd take the pressing back or get a real table/cart setup. If you're using a DJ setup to listen to vinyl you have NO say in sound quality at all. Everything you listen to sounds like shit on a shit setup!
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 3/2/2013 8:43:00 AM; Partial IP: 90.101.217)
Location: The Yard
Comment: I'm not sure why you're trippin about the sound quality of the vinyl pressing because it's nothing worth bringing up. There is definitely surface noise on this more so than a vinyl pressing that would be worth complimenting about quality. Nothing special about it, quite an average pressing. On the music side it's not MF Grimm's best piece of work but still very dope and defiantly worth copping before it's too late.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 2/18/2013 2:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 0.7.31.202)
Location: USA#1
Comment: Always loved me some Grimm. He also seems to care a great deal about the quality of his vinyl presses. This isn't any exception. Great sounding press with a 3D feeling. This is what vinyl can sound like when the proper dollars are spent on the project. Also kudos to Pirates Press stepping their game up. Little to no surface noise.
Order Processing Details:
Overnight: Guaranteed delivery 1 to 2 business days after processing.
Priority: Estimated delivery 2 to 3 business days after processing.
First Class: Estimated delivery 3 to 4 business days after processing (shipments under 13 oz. are given this option).
Standard: Estimated delivery 4 to 6 business days after processing.
Ground: Estimated delivery 5 to 7 business days after processing (shipments containing only music, videos or books are given this option).

For other frequently asked questions, please see our store help section.

PayPal Logo

Copyright ©1997-2014 UndergroundHipHop.com LLC. All Rights Reserved.