Monday, April 23, 2007




Death Row Records Rarities


Now, first and foremost I have to thank the heads over at Concainblunts for this one. As big a fan as I am of old-school rap music, this is a rare exception for something post-1989. Some very good times were had whilst listening to some of these tracks. Also, as much as Dr. Dre works on the nerves, he has a love for the Funkadelic sound that exonerates him of all my hating. It's all too easy to blame these fellows here (pictured below) for what became (has become) of todays popular rap music, namely that it sucks ass. But I believe the true fault (as usual) lies with the imitators and not the originators. Of course they spawned a industy full of studio gangsters and a respect for all things vile, but these cats did it with style. Of course, I will remove these in a flash if I hear that Suge Knight wants to come to my house and ask me to remove the tracks.


1. Dr. Dre - Puffin On Blunts & Drankin Tanqeray (Extended Mix)
2. Dr._Dre feat._Snoop_Dogg__-_Just_Dippin__Battlecat_Remix
3. Dr. Dre -_Nuthin__But_A_G_Thang__Club_Mix
4. Dr. Dre, Snoop, Daz-Let Me Ride (11 minute extended version)
5. Snoop Dogg - old school freestyle
6. Snoop Dogg - feat._Dr._Dre__-_The_Next_Episode__Original_Unreleased_Deathrow_Version
7. Snoop Dogg - Gin and Juice (Laid_Back_Mix)
8. Tha_Dogg_Pound__feat._Heavy_D__-_Can_U_Handle_It


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