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WTR Meets WYDU presents: "I Love The 90's" (1992 Rap-Up)

by Eric on February 17, 2008

The Source “Fat Tape” Sept. 1992 (Click To DL)

1. “Head Banger”-EPMD
Album: “Business Never Personal” (Def Jam, 1992)
Production: Artist

2. “X-Odus”-X-Clan
Album: “X-Odus” (Polydor, 1992)
Production: Brother J

3. “Finger Lickin’ Good”-Beastie Boys
Album: “Check Your Head” (Capitol, 1992)
Production: Artist

4. “Two For The Time” (De La Mix)-Nubian Crackers
Album: “Two For The Time” 12 inch (Big Beat, 1992)
Production: Artist

5. “Real Love”-Mary J Blige
Album: “What’s The 411?” (Uptown/MCA, 1992)
Production: Mark Morales & Mark Rooney

6. “Cleopatra”-Yo-Yo
Album: “Black Pearl” (East West, 1992)
Production: Down Low Productions

7. “Ain’t Too Much Worried”-MC Breed
Album: “20 Below” (Wrap, 1992)
Production: Bernard Terry

8. “One In The Chamba”-Almighty R.S.O.
Album: “One In The Chamba” 12 Inch (Tommy Boy, 1992)
Production: DJ Deff Jeff, Ray Dogg

9. “Step Daddy”-Too Short
Album: “Shorty The Pimp” (Jive, 1992)
Production: Ant Banks

10. “Use Me”-Men At Large
Album: “Use Me” 12 Inch (East West, 1992)
Production: Unknown

11. “Mic Checka” (Remix)-Das Efx
Album: “Mic Checka” 12 Inch (East West, 1992)
Production: Solid Scheme

12. “Keep The Beat”-Eric B & Rakim
Album: “Don’t Sweat The Technique” (MCA, 1992)
Production: Artist

13. “Way 2 Fonky”-DJ Quik
Album: “Way 2 Fonky” (Profile, 1992)
Production: Artist

14. “I Won’t Give Up”-Deee-Lite
Album: “Infinity Within” (Elektra, 1992)
Production: Artist

The Source “Fat Tape” (August ’92)

1. “Skinz”-Pete Rock & CL Smooth
Album: “Mecca & The Soul Brother” (Elektra, 1992)
Production: Pete Rock

2. “A.D.A.M.”-X-Clan
Album: “X-Odus” (Poydor, 1992)
Production: Brother J

3. “So What’cha Want” (DJ Muggs Remix)
Album: “So What’cha Want” Maxi Single (Capitol, 1992)
Production: DJ Muggs

4. “I’m Flippin”-PHD
Album: “Without Warning” (Tuff City, 1991)
Production: Hot Day

5. “Funk Radio”-Ultramagnetic MCs
Album: “Funk Your Head Up” (Polygram, 1992)
Production: Kool Keith &  TR Love

6. “Soliloquy Of Chaos”-Gang Starr
Album: “Daily Operation” (Chrysalis, 1992)
Production: DJ Premier

7. “360 (What Goes Around…)-Grand Puba
Album: “Reel To Reel” (Elektra, 1992)
Production: The Stimulated Dummies

8. “The Formula (House Party)”-K-Solo
Album: “Time’s Up” (Atlantic, 1992)
Production: PMD

9. “One In The Chamba”-Almighty R.S.O.
Album: Single 12 inch (Tommy Boy, 1992)
Production: DJ Deff Jeff & Ray Dogg

10. “In The Trunk”-Too Short
Album: “Shorty The Pimp” (Jive, 1992)
Production: Ant Banks

11. “If My Homie Calls”-2Pac
Album: “2Pacalypse Now” (Interscope, 1992)
Procuction: The Underground Railroad

12. “Mic Checka (Remix)”-Das Efx
Album: “Mic Checka” 12 inch
Production: Solid Scheme

13. “Casualties Of War”-Eric B & Rakim
Album: “Don’t Sweat The Technique” (MCA, 1992)
Production: Artist

14. “Brothers From Brentwood LI”-EPMD
Album: “Crossover” 12 Inch
Production: Artist

15. “The Doo-Bop Song”-Miles Davis
Album: “Doo Bop” (Warner Bros., 1992)
Production: Easy Mo Bee

Ego Trip’s “Greatest Singles Of 1992″

Black Sheep: “The Choice is Yours (Revisited)” (Mercury)

Gang Starr featuring Nice & Smooth: “DWYCK” (Chrysalis)

Das EFX: “They Want EFX” (Eastwest)

Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg: “Deep Cover” (Epic)

Pete Rock & CL Smooth: “T.R.O.Y. (They Reminisce Over You)”(Elektra)

A Tribe Called Quest featuring Leaders of the New School: “Scenario” (Jive)

Main Source featuring Neek the Exotic: “Fakin’ the Funk (Remix)”(Wild Pitch)

Brand Nubian: “Punks Jump Up to Get Beat Down” (Elektra)

Nas: “Half Time” (Columbia)

EPMD: “Crossover”/”Brothers from Brentwood L.I.” (Def Jam)

House of Pain: “Jump Around” (Tommy Boy)

Ultramagnetic MCs: “Poppa Large (East Coast Remix)” (Mercury)

Das EFX: “Mic Checka (Remix)”/”Jussumen (Remix)” (Eastwest)

Redman: “Blow Your Mind”/”How to Roll a Blunt” (Def Jam)

Naughty by Nature: “Uptown Anthem” (MCA)

Eric B. & Rakim: “Juice (Know the Ledge)” (MCA)

EPMD featuring K-Solo & Redman: “Head Banger” (Def Jam)

A Tribe Called Quest: “Jazz (We’ve Got)” (Jive)

Naughty by Nature: “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright (Ghetto Bastard)”(Tommy Boy)

Kool G Rap & DJ Polo: “Ill Street Blues” (Cold Chillin’)

Black Moon: “Who Got da Props?” (Nervous)

Apache: “Gangsta Bitch” (Tommy Boy)

Cypress Hill: “Hand on the Pump” (Ruffhouse)

Afrika Bambaataa Presents Time Zone: “Zulu War Chant” (Planet Rock)

Grand Puba: “360 Degrees (What Goes Around)” (Elektra)

Diamond D: “Best Kept Secret”/”Freestyle (Yo, That’s That Shit)” (Chemistry)

DJ Quik: “Just Like Compton” (Profile)

Double XX Posse: “Not Gonna Be Able to Do It” (Big Beat)

Pete Rock & CL Smooth: “Straighten It Out” (Elektra)

UMC’s: “One to Grow On” (Wild Pitch)

Beastie Boys: “So What’cha Want” (Grand Royal)

Fu-Schnickesn featuring Phife Dawg: “La Schmoove” (Jive)

Show & AG: “Fat Pockets (Remix)” (Payday)

Organized Konfusion featuring O.C.: “Fudge Pudge” (Hollywood BASIC)

Chi Ali: “Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a #” (Relativity)

Del tha Funkee Homosapien: “Mistadobalina” (Elektra)

Eric B. & Rakim: “Don’t Sweat the Technique” (MCA)

MC Ren: “Final Frontier” (Ruthless)

Sir Mix-a-Lot: “Baby Got Back” (Def American)

N2Deep: “Back to the Hotel” (Profile)

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{ 7 comments }

40 Versions February 17, 2008 at 3:34 pm

“Brothers from Brentwood, L.I.” — you don’t know how long i’ve been looking for this.

40 Versions February 17, 2008 at 3:37 pm

what about “Feel the Vibe, Feel the Beat” – ? don’t leave us hanging on the Dre/92 cover.

nyps February 17, 2008 at 10:45 pm

Not sure if you forgot it or didn’t have it…either way, here’s JVC Force’s “Big Trax”, the missing song from the September 1992 Fat Tape.

http://www.zshare.net/download/7747287492a6d9/

postscript – This blog is a dream come true. Thanks for sharing all of this great music + the terrific writing.

DanJ February 18, 2008 at 10:23 pm

BIG thanks to you and all your works! I know one small comment of thanks isn’t that much, but I have to say your blog and all of your hard work has made my day/week/month/year…

Thank you!!

Jason March 12, 2008 at 2:17 am

early 90′s hiphop has always been the best in my book, before the crunk and the backbackers got TOO wierd..thanks so much for posting that extra prolific album

bigjmslade March 30, 2008 at 6:47 am

wow 1992 was great for hip hop but yall FORGOT ABOUT LORDS OF THE UNDERGROUND S FUNKY CHILD !!!! THAT JOINT WAS BANGIN … I SEE A LOT OF TIMES YALL DONT REALLY GIVE PROPS TO THIS GROUP FOR WHAT EVER REASON BUT THERE WERE ONE OF MY FAVORITES AND IT SEEMS NO ONE NOTICES BUT THEY WERE NUMBER 1 ON BILLBOARD A COUPLE OF TIMES OR AT LEAST IN THE TOP 5 C MON PEOPLE

The Incomparable Shakespeare November 3, 2008 at 10:27 pm

good look fam…..

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