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F.A.L.A. - Gang Starr - Hard To Earn (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hard To Earn on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - F1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Gang Starr - Hard To Earn (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  2. Feb 24,  · In this episode of #vinyllockup Dave takes an in-depth look at Gang Starr's 4th studio album 'Hard To Earn'. Gang Starr 'Speak Ya Clout' (Lil dap verse) http.
  3. May 18,  · The album is the group's most commercially successful album to date. The lead single, "You Know My Steez," became the duo's second Billboard Hot appearance in Continuing with it's Respect The Classics campaign UMe will be reissuing this classic album back on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. Vinyl release of Gang Starr - Moment Of.
  4. Apr 29,  · Daily Operation and this album, Hard Two Earn, comprise one of the hardest one-two punches in rap history. While I think that Daily Operation is ever so slightly a stronger overall record, Hard To Earn has higher highs and is home to most of my very favorite Gang Starr songs. One of those songs is the first I heard from the album, "Dwyck.".
  5. Avec "hard to earn" Gang Starr marque une rupture avec ses albums précédents avec un côté plus hardcore avec des titres comme "code of the streets" ou encore "blowin' up the spot". Composé de 17 titres, on pourrait penser que ça fait beaucoup mais ce n'est pas le cas, car aucun ne fait office de remplissage (même pas les interludes), ils /5(79).
  6. Career Original group. The original Gang Starr group was founded in Boston, Massachusetts by Guru (then known as MC Keithy E.) and DJ 1, 2 B-Down (also known as Mike Dee) with various producers, such as Donald D, J.V. Johnson or The 45 King helping out, their earliest recordings were in where they made various demos. In and , Gang Starr released three 12" vinyl singles on Wild Genres: East Coast hip hop, jazz rap.
  7. Complex ranked Hard to Earn in the #18 spot on their list of The Best Rap Albums of the 90s. Interesting fact: this was Gang Starr’s first album to carry the “Parental Advisory” warning sticker.
  8. With massive amounts of respect and homage to Guru, Hard to Earn is all Primo, and Primo at his finest. A few albums deep in the game, Gang Starr truly flex their prowess on this amazing LP. With Mr monotone spitting fire, DJ Premiere unleashes his finest mixing, sampling, and production, setting the bar for the golden era of hip hop/5().

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