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Kicked Out The House - De La Soul - De La Soul Is Dead (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the AR Cassette release of De La Soul Is Dead on Discogs/5(18).
  2. it's important to know the reissue of de la soul is dead on vinyl DOES NOT include 2 great songs, "my brother's a basehead" and "afro connections ", as well as the kicked out the house skit. they were kept off to save money so the entire album could fit on 1 LP. this is an incredible album and it bothers me it would be reissued with 2 songs cut/5(10).
  3. DE LA SOUL - IS DEAD - CD diadipanccolynaracaravabhase.co De La Soul burned out on their own hype fast, and their dark, strange second album is a counter-blast to their image and hip-hop culture: perverse, dissatisfied, sometimes brilliant, sometimes out of control/5(96).
  4. Mar 04,  · referencing De La Soul Is Dead, CD, Album, Yel, TBCD Probably my favorite hip hop album. There are a handful of others from the era that come close, but where they have a tendency to feel a bit dated, something about this record has aged like a fine wine/5(K).
  5. On their notorious second album, De La Soul went to great lengths to debunk the daisy-age hippie image they'd been pigeonholed with, titling the record De La Soul Is Dead and putting a picture of wilting daisies in a broken flowerpot on the cover. Critics and fans alike were puzzled as to why the group was seemingly rejecting what had been hailed as the future of hip-hop, and neither the.
  6. Kicked Out the House Lyrics: In no way are we trying to disrespect any sort of house or club music, but we're just glad that we're not doing it. And if we were, this is how it would go. / (I can't.
  7. Tracklist: 1. Intro, 2. Oodles Of O’s, 3. Talkin’ Bout Hey Love, 4. Pease Porridge, 5. Skit 1, 6. Johnny’s Dead AKA Vincent Mason (Live From The BK Lounge), 7.
  8. De La Soul Is Dead is the second studio album by American hip-hop group De La Soul, released on May 14, The album was produced by Prince Paul, whose work on 3 Feet High and Rising was highly praised by music critics. The album was one of the first to receive a five-mic rating in the Hip hop magazine The Source; and the album was also selected as one of The Source's Best Rap .

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