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d.o.c. - whirlwind pyramid
And the "KING" of extremly fast and hard UK rap is Silver Bullet.
And the "KING" of extremly fast and hard UK rap is Silver Bullet. The true Kings of the UK/Britcore scene without a doubt were Hijack (Hold no Hostage, etc) who really started that style and went on to influnce pretty much all of those that followed as well as Q-bert...
Not many MCs can compete with percee and kane when it comes to fast precise rapping.
^^ A lot of the 'Britcore' stuff goes for crazy $$$. Mostly wanted by the Germans/Swiss/Dutch/Aussies.
I think S.O.N, Unanimous Decision, Drunken Master, SL Troopers were the sought after ones.
freshco&miz - we don't play
silver bullet were awfulmost of what came out on Kold sweat was utterly dire, not all of it though, but drunken master dashy d? that was in demand? that was absolutely irredeemably terrible, an awful awful record. But then again I saw dookie sqwad on a wants list, so obviously the 'britcore' market has deeply suspect taste...on the subject of fast UK, ahem, britcore, a couple of faves... D to tha K 'hard but live' is awesome, mr dexter on the mic back in 88 i think, legend has it that it was No-Sleep Nigel's very first hiphop engineering job? (UK - and 'britcore'? - heads know the deal.) 'London/ My town is righteous...'Dominant Force were severly under-rated i reckon, 'criminals' is an ill record, definitely hot and fast too (amen brother all up in it, 1990 i think), their second one was really dope (on the flex)Storm 'playing the field', I really need a copy of that, anyone...? and can't forget Bizzie Rhymin, all time classic, whats the date on that? 88? So good, nice use of humpty dump too