Sunday, 4 April 2010


"Disc-Jocks created Hip-Hop, check it out..." (Rakim Allah)


1. Demon Boyz "We Call Him D.J. Devastate"
(from "Recognition". 1989, Music Of Life, U.K. LP)
2. D.J. Scratch & G-O-D "The Party Is Jumpin"
(1988, Universal Sound Productions, U.S. 12")
3. T.D.S. Mob "T.D.S. Scratch Reaction"
(1989, Race Records, U.S. 12")
4. Gang Starr "D.J. Premier In Deep Concentration"
(1989, Wild Pitch Records, U.S. 12")
5. Kool G Rap & D.J. Polo "Butcher Shop"
(1989, Cold Chillin, U.S. 12")
6. Marley Marl "He Cuts So Fresh (featuring M.C. Shan)"
(1987, MCA Records, U.S. 12")
7. Three The Hardway featuring White Flash "Hyped"
(1988, Hardcore Records, U.S. 12")
8. Word Of Mouth featuring D.J. Cheese "Coast To Coast"
(1986, Profile Records, U.S. 12")
9. Low Profile "Think You Can Hang?"
(from "Rhyme Syndicate Comin' Through". 1988, Warner Bros, U.S. LP)
10. D.J. Cash Money & Marvelous "New Sheriff In Town"
(1989, Sleeping Bag Records, U.S. 12")
11. D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince "The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff"
(1987, Champion Records, U.K. 12")
12. Ultimate Force "Supreme Diamond D"
(1989/2007, Strong City Records, U.S. 12")
12. Unique "Axe Maniac"
(1989, New Day Records, U.S. 12")
13. Tuff Crew "Soul Food"
(from "Back To Wreck Shop". 1989, Warlock Records, U.S. LP)


Kid Dyno said...

oooh... so fresh Mr Krum, as I would expect from you.

Keep doing the do.

Kid Dyno

p.s.Supreme Dominion said...

quality street..super dooper tuff selection. That Dj Scratch & G-O-D I never heard that one before and its dope!totally my cuppa perfect for the cypher playin loud doin work around the it Krum.


MR KRUM said...

Cheers fellas!