A classic mix tape from one of the most underrated dj's from the Bay Area. Cue is a member of the Bullet Proof Scratch Hamsters and helped co-create the first dj battle record, and is also responsible for the classic Cue's Hip Hop Compilation which can be found here.
30 August 2015
23 August 2015
CD from the 2004 SoFarWest European tour, all beats by Kegs One and raps from a bunch of really dope MC's. Featuring Sach, Spex, Blame One, Pete from The Cuf, Nga Fsh, Kaer, Dave Dub, Zest The Smoker, and all mixed by Cosiner at the Corner Store studio in Oakland, CA.
16 August 2015
10 August 2015
This was one of the first tapes I ordered from Atak back in the day. I didn't know anything about the group at the time...hell I still don't know much about them, but the tape was $5 so it was an easy add on to my order. Peep game on the old post from Ripped Open By Metal Explosions for more info on the crew.
4 August 2015
Originally posted by Meeee over at Record Science back in 2011. Here is what they had to say about it at the time:
"This album has 12 tracks and there is no tracklisting. Beside that there seem to exist 2 versions of it with two different covers. Discogs states, that it was released in 2004 but I can remember buying it in 2001. You can find beats from tracks that were released before and long after for example the instrumental to OMDs "Money Is Meaningless live" version, the instrumental from Busdriver's "Jazz Fingers" and track 12 even is a beat of an older Kali 9 track called "Table Of Contents". Track 5 is a different version of "Sho'nuff", track 6 must be a Fellowship beat of the Shockadoom EP, I think."
Since the link to Afterwords II is dead I thought I would re-post it here.
The original Afterwords was posted by Jack Devo at Bring That Beat Back in 2010 and can still be found here.