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WYDU @ The Movies Part II, The Appetizer

by Travis on December 8, 2006

It’s that Friday afternoon flavor and since I didn’t get a movie post up for yesterday, I figured I’d throw one up before I set into the request post.

Today, it’s that Old School flavor as far as soundtracks go. One classic movie and soundtrack and movie that dropped in 94′ that had all the old school flavor on it. I have a lot to do today, so we’ll just bounce right into it

Wild Style (1982)
(Big thanks for WC from Urban Dons for the link)

01. Miltary Cut – Scratch Mix – Grand Wizard Theodore
02. M.C. Battle – D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore
03. Basketball Throwdown – The Cold Crush Bros.
04. Fantastic Freaks At The Dixie – D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore 05. Subway Theme – D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore
06. Cold Crush Bros. At The Dixie – Grand Master Caz
07. Cuckoo Clocking – Wild STyle
08. Stoop Rap – Double Trouble
09. Double Trouble At The Amphitheatre – K.K. Rockwell
10. South Bronx Subway Rap – Orignal Mix – Grand Master Caz
11. Street Rap – Busy Bee
12. The Chief Rocker Busy Bee, D.J. AJ At The Amphitheatre – Wild STyle
13. Gangbusters Scratch Mix – Grand Wizard Theodore
14. Rammellzee And Shock Dell At the Amphitheatre – The Grand Mixer DST
15. Down By Law – Fab 5 Freddy
16. Wild Style Theme Rap 1 – Grand Master Caz
17. Wild Style Subway Rap 2 – Grand Master Caz

Probably THE most important film of all-time in the hip hop culture. I don’t know what else to say about it, but since I’m trying to get this post done as quick as possible, here is a jacked description from You can also buy the movie on that site. Anyone wants to send me a christmas present, there you go:

For those craving the true roots of rap, Wild Style (1982) captured the hard core South Bronx scene at its birth. The stars of Wild Style form the pantheon of hip hop’s pioneers: DJ’s Grand Master Flash, Grand Wizard Theodore, D.St.; rappers Grand Master Caz and The Cold Crush Bros, The Chief Rocker Busy Bee, Double Trouble, Fantastic Freaks and RAMMELLZEE and bboy champions The Rock Steady Crew. Beat Music by legendary Blondie guitarist Chris Stein and Fred Brathwaite.

Wild Style stars the legendary subway artist LEE Quinones and the queen of the graffiti scene, Sandra PINK Fabara. Graffiti Masters DONDI, ZEPHYR and DAZE also bombed for the movie. FAB 5 FREDDY, who along with writer/producer/director Charlie Ahearn, helped create Wild Style, shines as the smooth hip hop impressario PHADE. Wild Style follows the outlaw artists through the train yards to the rap/breakdance clubs.The movie climaxes at a massive outdoor jam, definitely the most famous hip hop party in history!

It’s hip hop history, grab the movie and the soundtrack!

Fresh (1994)
1. I Gotcha’ Back
2. Heaven & Hell
3. Can It Be All So Simple [Remix] – Wu-Tang Clan
4. Fresh – Fresh 3 MC’s
5. Freaks Come out at Night – Whodini
6. Funk Box Party – Masterdon Committee
7. Fresh, Wild, Fly and Bold – Cold Crush Brothers
8. Rockin’ It
9. Catch the Beat – T-Ski Valley
10. It’s Nasty – Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five
11. Do You Wanna Rock
12. Spoonin’ Rap – Spoonie Gee

Honestly, I haven’t seen this movie since 1995, and even then I was having a tough time watching it with my then girlfriend bitching about watching too many “Gangsta Movies” that night (I had watched “Boyz N The Hood”, “Juice”, and “Menace II Society” all in a row) so I honestly don’t remember much about the movie. I did buy the soundtrack on the strength of “I Gotcha Back” by GZA. A great track. I was kind of suprised when I got the soundtrack that is was made up of old school artists and three Wu-Tang tracks that had been released already. There are some classic old school tracks that are worth grabbing.

Requests and Re-ups coming up later

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