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by Travis on August 1, 2006

Lately, I’ve been having to upload my albums at work while dealing with dial up at home. It sucks, but it works. I usually only have the time to upload enough albums to last me a week and post them as I go. Well today I hd some time, but no computer with a burner that would work, so I was going to do part 2 of the “Forgotten Ladies of Hip Hop” series. I got it all written up and now I can’t find the email with the link that I uploaded last week. Soooooooooooo…..We go to the back up plan.

Ill Biskits- Chronicle Of Two Losers

http://www.sendspace.com/file/3ncum8

This was orginally supposed to be for the “Unreleased Gems” series, but since I saw another blog post it up not too long ago, I decided not to post it. But of course I did still have this link.

Anyway, after wasting a lot of time writing the the linkless post, I don’t have the time to spend on this one that I would like.

I hate to do this, but this is from the Holy Vinyl Addicts site so all credit for this little write up goes to Smoov and the gang…

This is another record many heads out there are after, not in the last place due to the fact that the Funky Man himself, Lord Finesse, produced one of their joints. If you’re lookin’ for more information about these cats, this is not the place. I’ve searched the web for about an hour, but came up with nothing. It’s just like the crew never existed…Well anyway, here’s what I do know. Ill Biskits is a two man crew, most likely from NYC (even though I’ve been told that they might be from Virginia), and they released two singles back in 1996 on Atlantic Recordings Corp, “Chill factor” and “God bless your life” (the last one was promo-only). A full length album titled “Chronicle of two losers” was supposed to follow, but to my knowledge this was never officially released. I did find a small picture on the web though which appears to be the front cover of their album, so who knows, maybe a few copies did hit the streets. Like many unreleased albums it somehow did get ripped by one of the many mp3 squads out there, so luckily I did get a chance to check out the album. And it’s nice, very nice…

I do agree with Smoov, this is a very good album and some classic Lord Finesse production. It’s worth checking out

Sorry for the generic ass post, but I want to keep the goodies coming, so wanted to at least drop a post…

Travis

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