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Old 04-20-2007, 12:06 AM   #1
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Default stretch armstrong's 80s 90s hip hop mp3 blog

http://konstantkontakt.blogspot.com/

ya gotta check out some of the tracks posted on stretch armstrong's blog. lots of classics and some amazing rare demos and live tracks that not a lot of us would ever have access to. he has digitized them and they're out there for download. from the golden days.
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In digging through the files, I did come across around twenty five MF Doom demos which he recorded at my house while resting there for a week or two in the mid to late 90's. Only one of these tracks, "The Elite Scooby Doo ****" ever saw the light of day, and got a little burn on KCR, years before MF became one of the only real remaining dudes left in hip-hop. Listening to MF (formerly Zev Love X) made me think of my man Rhythm X, also known, amongst other names, as Kool Keith. So additonally, enjoy this Rhythm X promo from Chuck Chillout on KISS-FM, NYC circa 1987.
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I have the Soulz of Mischief demo cassette, which I will attempt to digitize this week. But the show must go on... Here are three demos that are either better or as good as the records they were turned into. Maybe it's just a case of loving something and then being disappointed when hearing it changed, even if the sonic quality has been improved. Say what you want about the OG "It Ain't Hard To Tell" (I think this version is superior, and a hello to Zartek!) or "Wrong Side of the Tracks" (classic James Brown loop, Quincy Jones synth, and Lord Jamar on the hook? Ask me, this is just iller than the official release); but "Audience Pleasers" by Simply II Positive (Pharoah Monch and Prince Poetry, soon to become Organized Confusion) is not only waaaaaay better than the version that came out on the LP (sample issues)-- it's easily one of my favorite rap joints from 1990, hands down.

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Old 04-20-2007, 12:31 AM   #2
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I'm a huge fan of Kool Keith...err... Dr Doom...err Dr Octagon. So this guy is like that? I'll have to give it a listen or two.

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Old 04-20-2007, 02:23 PM   #3
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bump cause I just saw that Pete Rock is DJing here in dallas saturday night...
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I'm a huge fan of Kool Keith...err... Dr Doom...err Dr Octagon. So this guy is like that? I'll have to give it a listen or two.

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http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...eoid=787211515
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Old 04-20-2007, 02:58 PM   #5
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I used to stay up unitl 5am every Thursday listening to KCR when I was in highschool. Friday mornings sure sucked. I still have an insane amout of tapes full of OG stretch ****. That was the best time for hip-hop. Period.

Also, ted, my friend had a radio show at Rutgers and had Kool Keith up there. He was real cool. Gave us copies of his unreleased, "Personal Album".
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