Boombox 1 - worth getting excited about?

YemskyYemsky 619 Posts
I love REAL Old School compilations and was hoping that somebody like Soul Jazz or a similar label would one day bring out another one, though this market for CD compilations might be shrinking faster than I'd wish for. However, I am not sure whether this is worth getting excited about. A lot of previously compiled stuff, isn't it?

1 At the Place to Be
by Mr. Sweety G previously comp'ed on New Star and BBE
2 Positive Life
by Love Bug Star-Ski and The Harlem World Crew previously comp'ed on Ol' Skool Flava 
3 Body Rock
by Neil B not previously comp'ed, I think.
4 Philosophy Rappin' Spree
by Super 3 not previously comp'ed, but bootlegged on 12"
5 Move Your Body
by Bramsam neither comp'ed nor bootlegged
6 On the Go
by Black Bird & Kevski neither comp'ed nor bootlegged
7 Rhythm Rap Rock
by Count Coolout neither comp'ed nor bootlegged
8 Rappers Convention
by Harlem World Crew previously comp'ed on Heroes & Villains 
9 Willie Rap
by Willie Wood & The Willie Wood Crew previously comped half a dozen times...
10 Searching Rap
by Bon-Rock & The Rhythm Rebellion reissued on In The Mix and comp'ed a few times though not on well distributed labels
11 One More Time
by Sugar Daddy not comp'ed or reissued, but cheap as an original 
12 The New Rap Language
by Spoonie Gee & The Treacherous Three stone cold classic, but comp'ed and reissued repeatedly
13 And You Know That
by T.J. Swan previously comp'ed half a dozen times
14 Cop Bop
by Portable Patrol not previously comp'ed or reissued / bootlegged; fairly cheap as an original
15 We Are People Too
by Master Jay previously comp'ed on Traffic and P&P
16 Boogie Feelin' Rap
by Sweet G previously comp'ed more than half a dozen times
17 Equidity Funk
by Mistafide super rare as an original, but comped at least three times



  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,511 Posts
    :This is relevant to my interests:

  • YemskyYemsky 619 Posts
    Now we're talking!

    Let's Rock
    by Harlem World Crew
    Young Ladies
    by Lonnie Love
    Ah, That's The Joint
    by Kool DJ A.J.
    The Peoples Message Take Two
    by Terry Lewis And Wild Flower
    Rappin' Partee Groove (Club Version)
    by Rappers Rapp Group
    Lookin' Good
    by Eddie Cheba
    One Time Two Time Blow Your Mind
    by MC Rock Lovely
    Dancin' Party People
    by Little Starsky
    Shake Your Body
    by Manujothi
    School Days
    by Busy Bee
    Maximus Party
    by T.J. Swann, Pee Wee Mel and Swann Controllers
    Death Rap
    by Margo's Kool Out Crew
    Rock The Message Rap
    by Grand Master Chilly T and Stevie G
    Dr. Ice Rap
    by Zoot II

  • YemskyYemsky 619 Posts
    Vol. 3.
    Now we’re talking, again. 
    Out June 1:


    1. Majestics – Class A
    2. Brother’s Disco – Thumpin
    3. Mifflin Ensemble – On The Move
    4. Sherod – Schooling (Put Your Mind To The Message)
    5. Sugar Daddy – Another One Bites The Dust
    6. Family Four – Rap Attack
    7. She-MsD.J.RapItUp!
    8. The Caution Crew – Rhythm Rock (Part 1)
    9. Poor Boy Rappers – The D.J. Rap
    10. Family – Family Rap (6.56)
    11. Bobby Deemo – Bugs-B-Skate Rap
    12. Teen-Machine – Teen-Machine Rap
    13. T.J. Swann & Company – Get Fly
    14. Poor Boy Rappers – Low Rider Rap
    15. Sicle Cell & Rhapazooty – Rhapazooty In Blue
    16. Mr. Fox – Smooth Talk
    17. Solid C, Bobby D & Kool Drop – Wack Rap
    18. Disco Daddy & Capt. Rapp – The Gigolo Rapp

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