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8 thoughts on “ 2 Deep - Gang Starr - Daily Operation (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. 1. Daily Operation 2. The Place We Dwell 3. Flip The Script 4. Ex-Girl To Next Girl 5. Soliloquy Of Chaos 6. I'm The Man (Feat. Jeru The Damaja And Lil Dap) 7. 92 Interlude 8. Take It Personal 9. 2 Deep / No Shame In My Game Conspiracy The Illest Brother Hardcore Composer B.Y.S. Much Too Much Take Two And Reviews:
  2. reissue with a 3-D Lenticular cover - On Step in the Arena, DJ Premier and Guru hit upon their mature sound, characterized by sparse, live jazz samples, Premier's cut-up scratching, and Guru's direct, unwavering streetwise monotone; but, with.
  3. From beginning to end, Gang Starr's third full-length album cuts with the force and precision of a machete and serves as an ode to and representation of New York and hip-hop underground culture. The genius of Daily Operation is that Guru's microphone skills are perfectly married to the best batch of tracks Premier had ever come up with.
  4. Career Original group. The original Gang Starr group was founded in Boston, Massachusetts by Guru (then known as MC Keithy E.) and DJ 1, 2 B-Down (also known as Mike Dee) with various producers, such as Donald D, J.V. Johnson or The 45 King helping out, their earliest recordings were in where they made various demos. In and , Gang Starr released three 12" vinyl singles on Wild.
  5. GANG STARR Vinyl Records and CDs Unquestionably one of the most influential groups in the game, Gang Starr have been serving up treats for over ten years. The dynamic duo of emcee Guru and superproducer DJ Premier dropped their first album in and they have yet to release their stranglehold on the ears of hip-hop's faithful.
  6. Vinyl LP Album Repress 1 disc(s) Genres. Hip Hop ; Tracks. A1 Daily Operation (Intro) ; A2 The Place Where We Dwell ; A3 Flip The Script ; A4 Ex Girl To Next Girl ; A5 Soliloquy Of Chaos ; A6 I'm The Man ; A7 92 Interlude ; A8 Take It Personal ; A9 2 Deep .
  7. Daily Operation and this album, Hard Two Earn, comprise one of the hardest one-two punches in rap history. While I think that Daily Operation is ever so slightly a stronger overall record, Hard To Earn has higher highs and is home to most of my very favorite Gang Starr songs. One of those songs is the first I heard from the album, "Dwyck.".

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