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BLOGGERHOUSE presents: The Source Fat Tape & Sure Shot Singles (Sept. 1992)

by Eric on March 21, 2012

Before “the deal went sour” my second favorite duo of all-time Erick Sermon & Parrish Smith found themselves gracing the cover of the Sept. 1992 issue of The Source. My guess is this all occurred around the time of the infamous “break-in” and forthcoming split of one of Hip Hop’s most prolific crews, The Hit Squad. Nevertheless, I’ve noticed something quite “odd” while compiling the last few “Fat Tapes” from the 1992 issues. Is it pure coincidence that the Boston-based Source featured local group Almighty R.S.O’s “One In Tha Chamba” as the 9th track on the last 3(!) Fat Tapes that I’ve compiled!? Hit the skip for tracklist and link..

1. Headbanger-EPMD
2. Xodus-X-Clan
3. Finger Lickin’ Good-Beastie Boys
4. Two For The Time-Nubian Crackers
5. Real Love-Mary J. Blige
6. Cleopatra-Yo-Yo
7. Ain’t Too Much Worried-MC Breed
8. Big Trax-JVC Force
9. One In Tha Chamba-Almighty RSO
10. Step Daddy-Too Short
11. Use Me-Men At Large
12. Mic Checka (Remix)-Das Efx
13. Keep The Beat-Eric B & Rakim
14. Way 2 Fonky-DJ Quik
15. I Won’t Give Up-Deee-Lite
16. Crossover-EPMD
17. Brothers From Brentwood LI-EPMD
18. Hollywood Paradox-College Boyz
19. Here We Go-Original Flavor
20. Way Wit’ Words-Original Flavor
21. Welcome To The Ghetto-Spice 1

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Jaz March 22, 2012 at 4:44 am

haha Eric “Is it pure coincidence that the Boston-based Source featured local group Almighty R.S.O’s “One In Tha Chamba” as the 9th track on the last 3(!)” nope not at all

chronwell April 14, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Records in ’92 sound so much more professionally mixed. Nowadays with all the home studios and tour bus studios, beats from mp3s, it affects the mix and the feel of the music comes from the mix. Ok thats my graybeard grumbling session! HAHAHA! For real, Step Daddy is one of the best P Funk chops ever! Props to Ant BankS!

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