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Nas

Illmatic (Red Smoke Colored Vinyl, Import) Vinyl LP

ColumbiaSKU hh-5423

limited UK import of a golden era hip hop essential
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What can I say about this album? Easily in the top 10 of all time, there is no way to pick favorites on this album. Not even one okay track on here. Everything is amazing. When this came out in 94, it was one of the most anticipated albums of all time, taking about two years to finally release. And it dropped with ten songs, no filler, blowing the lid off everybody. Nas wrote the deepest street poetry, touched inner thoughts and demons and still shot his way out his momma's stomach, went to hell for snuffin Jesus. Got the best producers in New York (Pete Rock, Large Professor, Q-Tip, Trackmasters, Premier) to turn in some of their best work ever for one of the best albums ever. One of the few albums I can just keep flipping over and over and over to this day. Little known fact: the trumpet solo on the end of "Life's a Bitch" is performed by Nas' father, the accomplished jazz man Olu Dara.

  • red smoke colored vinyl
  • UK import
  • limited edition
  • original release year: 1994
  • music label: Columbia 2022
reviewed by the mgmnt 05/2005
UPC: 196587231811

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