Limited to 1000 copies pressed on blue vinyl! Over two decades later, KRS One’s debut solo album Return of the Boom Bap finally gets the reissue it deserves. Pressed for the first time on color vinyl, this double LP not only includes a bonus 7″ of Kenny Parker remixes, but also features the first-ever color sleeve on a U.S. pressing. Features several hits including: Outta Here, Black Cop, I Can’t Wake Up, Sound Of Da Police, Return Of The Boom Bap, and many more.

All tracks licensed and remastered for a fat sounding 45! Lifted from BDP’s 1989 LP, Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop, Jack Of Spades see the blastmaster KRS-One on both mic and production duties and jacks the Brentford Allstars Greedy G beat to great effect! Instrumental on da flip! Grab copies of this imported vinyl before they are ga-ga-gone.

All tracks licensed and remastered for a fat sounding 45! What a monster of a release!! “Clap your hands everybody, if you got what it takes….” -famous bars throwing tribute to Kurtis Blow’s “The Breaks” – this golden era classic makes its debut on a 45 and watch this one fly out – classic Preeeemo production! Less than 10 are in stock and these were imported from the UK so grab doubles right now.