Political Rock features luminary figures in rock music that have stood out not only for their performances, but also for their politics. The book opens with a comparative, cultural history of artists who have played important roles in social movements. Individual chapters are devoted to The Clash and Fugazi, Billy Bragg, Bob Dylan, Rage Against the Machine, Pearl Jam, Sinead O'Connor, Peter Gabriel, Ani DiFranco, Bruce Cockburn, Steve Earle and Kim Gordon.
The Main Ingredient is the second album by Pete Rock & CL Smooth, released on November 8, 1994. It would become their last album together. Characterized by sultry soul and jazz samples, The Main Ingredient saw a more polished sound than the duo’s debut, building on the praise that they had already garnered. The album is notable for its snappy, crispy drums and extensive use of vocal scratches, usually from songs by Biz Markie
Pete Rock & CL Smooth – They Reminisce Over You (. then we speak until then They need to either shut the fuck up, get out? Or do better in the studio. Sparta242, 2 years ago. Yachty music legit remind me of Lil b shit if Lil b started that shit in 2016 he would be big af homie. BrainDarts, 2 years ago. the people that hate on the new wave (uzi yachty 21 kodak) for not being exceptional spitters technically are the same people that turn and praise ODB, jeru the damaja. Hyprocrisy at its finest.
Lost & Found: Hip Hop Underground Soul Classics is a double-disc album featuring previously shelved albums Center of Attention by InI and The Original Baby Pa by Deda.
Tracks: Play Dis Only at Night, Give It to Y'all, Cake, The Boss, For the People, What You Waiting For, Hip Hopcrisy, Nothin' Lesser (Jamie's mix), A Little Soul, Walk on By, Smooth Sailing, Something Funky, Pete's Jazz, Get Involved. Length (mins): 01:05:56. Label: BBE. Genres (Music): Instrumental, Hip hop music, Instrumental hip hop. 6 2. Agree or disagree? The Best Rock Vocalists.
Pete Rock is one of hip-hop’s greatest producers. He released his first instrumental outing PeteStrumentals in 2001 and this long-belated sequel is both connected to and separated from that earlier material. The man knows his craft and doesn't skimp on it, so it hardly matters whether an MC on one of his tracks is a household name or a hardcores-only attraction, so long as the beat's done justice.
made of rapture Far from illiterate, always seem to get a hit If you try to step to this, don't even consider it Skins when I want 'em, but, only when I need 'em To set the record straight, I'll be damned if eat 'em Call me Pete Rock, I make the girls flock And if you want a beat like. this, I got them in stock So, flow with the flow, because you know I'm good to go As I proceed to get wreck on your stereo Not an imitator, just a crowd motivator But, it's time to get wreck with the creator Now, . Smooth, cut it up like this (scratching).