Immobilarity is the second studio album from Raekwon of the almighty Wu. The producers Triflyn, The Infinite Arkatechz and Six July Productions gave Immobilarity the same sounds which producer RZA gave to Raekwon’s first album with ill beats and street lyrics. Fellow rappers from the Wu-Tang Clan also appear on the album such as Method Man on “Fuck Them”, “Power” with the American Cream Team and “The Table” featuring Masta Killa. As a nice bonus attribute there’s even a solid Pete Rock produced track “Sneakers” with Raekwon’s flowing rhymes.

Los Grandes Éxitos en Español is a greatest-hits album in Spanish by Cypress Hill. It was certified Platinum by the RIAA. With exception of the last track, which was previously unreleased, together with “Latin Lingo,” and “Tres Equis” which appeared on “Cypress Hill”, the album features old songs with new Spanish lyrics.

Here Come the Horns is the second studio album by the hip hop group Delinquent Habits. Formed in East Los Angeles in 1991, the group are known for their Latin-tinged rap, which is both melodic and hardcore. Their first self-titled album was executive produced by Cypress Hill member Sen Dog and featured guest appearances by Sen himself as well as Puerto Rican New York City rapper Hurricane G. Their second album, Here Come The Horns, again featured Sen Dog as well as Sen’s brother, pioneering Latin rapper Mellow Man Ace. The album was also produced by Sen Dog and Paul Stewart. Music videos were made for “This is LA” and “Here Come the Horns”. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Produced by Sen Dog.

On The Neptunes Present…Clones (2003), Chad Hugo and Pharell Williams (aka The Neptunes) snare an all-star cast of featured players, and they ably demonstrate how their skills can adapt to any conceivable personality. The album features four huge singles; “Frontin'” by Pharrell ft. Jay-Z, “Light Your Ass On Fire” by Busta Rhymes, “Hot Damn” by Clipse and “It Blows My Mind” by Snoop Dogg. The album debuted at number One on the US Billboard 200 Chart, and ultimately sold over half a million copies in the US, certifying Gold in the process.

Red/Gold colored vinyl re-issue of this 1995 Wu classic! Produced by RZA and co-starring Ghostface Killah, it features appearances from every other member of the Wu-Tang Clan. It also features an acclaimed guest appearance from rapper Nas, which marked the first collaboration with a non-affiliated artist on a Wu-Tang related album. Along with GZA’s Liquid Swords, Cuban Linx… is widely classified as the best solo Wu-Tang material. There is a very good reason why this sold over 1 million copies in the USA alone.
Cassette also available.