- Performer Total Look & The Style
- Title RAL/Def Jam Triple Threat Sampler
- Date of release 1992
- Other formats APE MP1 MP2 AA WMA AAC MIDI
- Genre Rap
- Size MP3 1884 mb
- Size FLAC 1475 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 984
Def Jam sampler vol 1. Various Artists – Less Than Zero (Def Jam/Columbia). Chuck Stanley – The Finer Things In Life. Various Artists – Def Jam It's The New Style. Public Enemy – It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back (Def Jam/Columbia/CBS). Original Concept – Straight from the Basement of Kooley High! (Def Jam/Columbia). Public Enemy – Fear of a Black Planet (Def Jam/Columbia). Various artists – Def Jam Classics Vol. 2 (Def Jam/Columbia). The Afros – Kickin Afrolistics (Def Jam/JMJ/Columbia). No Face – Wake Your Daughter Up (Def Jam/No Face/RAL/Columbia). 3rd Bass – Derelicts of Dialect (Def Jam/Columbia). Onyx – All We Got Iz Us (JMJ/RAL/Def Jam). Various Artists – The Show: The Soundtrack. Various Artists – Def Jam Music Group Inc. : 10th Year Anniversary (59 Track 4 Disc Box Set).
Includes insert sheet: 'Def Jam - A Success Story' detailing the label history & album track liner notes written by Bill Adler. This compilation ℗ 1987 CBS Records. This track wasn't out 5 minutes before it was spotted and sampled by labelmates Public Enemy ( Prophets of Rage ) and by Eric B and Rakim ( Paid in Full ) Chuck Stanley's The Finer Things in Life is one of those songs I loved first time I heard it, and I still do. LL Cool J's I'm Bad pretty much sums up LL's opinion of himself, but it's hardly his best song, even at the time. Up next, the record highlight, Public Enemy's You're Gonna Get Yours; an aggressive ode to Chuck D's Oldsmobile 98, and a putdown of .
Def Jam Recordings is an American record label focused predominantly on hip hop and urban music, owned by Universal Music Group.
Def Jam sampler vol 1. Davy D – Davy's Ride. Slick Rick – The Great Adventures of Slick Rick (Def Jam/Columbia). 3rd Bass – The Cactus Album (Def Jam/Columbia). Alyson Williams – Raw (Def Jam/Columbia). Thee Album (RAL/Def Jam/Columbia). Onyx – Bacdafucup (Def Jam). Erick Sermon – No Pressure (Def Squad/RAL/Def Jam). LL Cool J – 14 Shots to the Dome (Def Jam/Columbia). Onyx – Shut 'Em Down (JMJ/Def Jam). Playa – Cheers 2 U. Public Enemy – He Got Game.
For the majority of the Def Jam era in it’s prime there were two rulers: LL and Jay-Z. We’ll get more into LL later, but this is the first one a few incredible albums from Shawn Carter. This album was billed as his retirement album with a concept taken from his late friend Biggie to have ten tracks with different producers for each track. Among the best albums within his catalogue, Jay blisters cuts such as Lucifer, Threat, and more radio-happy cuts like Change Clothes. Many out this album up with most noted albums, The Blueprint (see later) and his magnum opus Reasonable Doubt
Following his run as a founding member of Def Jam duo Playaz Circle from his native Atlanta, 2 Chainz’ name was on everyone’s. Three years before I performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, I visited NBC Studios with my high school drama club more.
The first Def Jam singles garnered enough attention to allow the label to land a major label distribution deal with Columbia Records (a the time a subsidiary of CBS Records, which was subsequently bought by Sony). LL Cool J's classic "Radio," released in 1985, was the first Def Jam release to receive major label distribution and was their first full-length album. Around this time, Def Jam tried to get into the R&B business, founding the label OBR to cater to R&B artists. Def Jam achieved one of their biggest successes of the decade-and became the subject of a great of controversy-when they signed Public Enemy at the end of the decade. During the 1980s, a power struggle was going on behind the scenes at Def Jam between founder Rick Rubin and Lyor Cohen, who had been working with Simmons who was managing Run . In 1988, Cohen landed the role of president of Def Jam.
Total ing garbage. Mario Toledo Samples Chile said 5 years ago: Public Enemy is The Real Hip-Hop, Is a Legend. anthole said 7 years ago: In the case of Public Enemy, "Bring the Noise" and "Rebel Without a Pause" were put out as singles before the album even came out so they were finished before the other tracks on "Nation" were. Bosco said 7 years ago: I notice how songs from "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back" use samples from both "Rebel Without a Pause" and "Bring the Noise" while both songs were on that album, and. Is it just me or is the bassline in "Fight the Power" by Public Enemy the same as in "100 Miles and Runnin'" By .
|A1||–Total Look & The Style||Room 252 (Turbo Mixx)||3:47|
|A2||–Public Enemy||Hazy Shade Of Criminal||4:43|
|A3||–Onyx||Throw Your Guns In The Air||4:03|
|B1||–Total Look & The Style||Room 252 (Turbo Mixx)||3:47|
|B2||–Public Enemy||Hazy Shade Of Criminal||4:43|
|B3||–Onyx||Throw Your Guns In The Air||4:03|