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Name:Run D M C Run D M C + Tougher Than Leather @320

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 Run-D.M.C. - Run-D.M.C

  01 - Hard Times.mp3

8.87 MB

  02 - Rock Box.mp3

12.61 MB

  03 - Jam-Master Jay.mp3

7.30 MB

  04 - Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2).mp3

7.36 MB

  05 - Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1).mp3

7.25 MB

  06 - It's Like That.mp3

11.08 MB

  07 - Wake Up.mp3

12.64 MB

  08 - 30 Days.mp3

13.26 MB

  09 - Jay's Game.mp3

10.15 MB

  10 - Rock Box (B-Boy Mix).mp3

13.47 MB

  12 - Sucker M.C.'s (Live).mp3

7.86 MB

  13 - Russell & Larry Running At The Mouth (Bonus).mp3

10.58 MB


126.23 KB


120.55 KB


94.45 KB

 Run-D.M.C. - Tougher Than Leather

  01. Run's House.mp3

7.71 MB

  02. Mary Mary.mp3

8.27 MB

  03. They Call Us Run-Dmc.mp3

6.74 MB

  04. Beats To The Rhyme.mp3

6.14 MB

  05. Radio Station.mp3

6.49 MB

  06. Papa Crazy.mp3

9.83 MB

  07. Tougher Than Leather.mp3

10.02 MB

  08. I'm Not Going Out Like That.mp3

11.26 MB

  09. How'd Ya Do It Dee.mp3

7.73 MB

  10. Miss Elaine.mp3

7.07 MB

  11. Soul To Rock And Roll.mp3

5.30 MB

  12. Ragtime.mp3

6.20 MB


4.90 MB


2.07 MB


3.17 MB


5.15 MB

  Run-D.M.C. - Tougher Than Leather.log

4.58 KB

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1. Run-D.M.C. - Run-D.M.C

Years after the release of Run-D.M.C.'s eponymous 1984 debut, the group generally was acknowledged to be hip-hop's Beatles -- a sentiment that makes a lot of sense, even if Run-D.M.C. isn't quite the equivalent of a rap Please Please Me. Run-D.M.C. were the Beatles of rap because they signaled a cultural and musical change for the music, ushering it into its accepted form; neither group originated the music, but they gave it the shape known today. But, no matter how true and useful the comparison is, it is also a little misleading, because it implies that Run-D.M.C. also were a melodic, accessible group, bringing in elements from all different strands of popular music. No, Run-D.M.C.'s expanded their music by making it tough and spare, primarily by adapting the sound and attitude of hard rock to hip-hop. Prior to this, rap felt like a block party -- the beats were funky and elastic, all about the groove. Run-D.M.C. hit hard. The production is tough and minimal, built on relentless drum machines and Jam Master Jay's furious scratching, mixing in a guitar riff or a keyboard hit on occasion. It is brutal urban music, and Run and D.M.C.'s forceful, muscular rhymes match the music. Where other MCs sounded cheerful, Run and D.M.C. prowl and taunt the listener, sounding as if they were a street gang. And while much of the record is devoted to braggadocio, boasting, and block parties, Run-D.M.C. also addressed grittier realities of urban life, giving this record both context and thematic weight. All of this -- the music, the attitude, the words, the themes -- marked a turning point for rap, and it's impossible to calculate Run-D.M.C.'s influence on all that came afterward. Years later, some of the production may sound a bit of its time, but the music itself does not because music this powerful and original always retains its impact and force as music.

1.Hard Times
2.Rock Box
3.Jam-Master Jay
4.Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2)
5.Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1)
6.It's Like That
7.Wake Up
8.30 Days
9.Jay's Game
10.Rock Box - (B-Boy mix, previously unreleased)
11.Here We Go - (live, at The Funhouse)
12.Sucker M.C.'s - (previously unreleased, live)
13.Russell & Larry Running At The Mouth / Jay's Game - (previously unreleased)

Run-DMC: Joseph "Run" Simmons, Darryl "DMC" McDaniels (rap vocals); Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell (scratches).
Additional personnel: Davy DMX (guitar, drum programming); Eddie Martinez (guitar); Larry Smith (keyboards, bass guitar, drum programming); Steve Loeb (keyboards).
Recording information: Green Street Recording, New York, New York (1984).
Co-producer - Roddey Hui
Producer - Larry Smith , Russel Simmons
Label Arista / Profile
Orig Year 1984

2. Run-D.M.C. - Tougher Than Leather

At the end of 1986, Raising Hell was rap's best-selling album up to that point, though it would soon be outsold by the Beastie Boys' Licensed to Ill. Profile Records hoped that Run-D.M.C.'s fourth album, Tougher Than Leather, would exceed the Beastie Boys' quintuple-platinum status, but unfortunately, the group's popularity had decreased by 1988. One of Run-D.M.C.'s strong points -- its love of rock & roll -- was also its undoing in hip-hop circles. Any type of crossover success tends to be viewed suspiciously in the hood, and hardcore hip-hoppers weren't overly receptive to "Miss Elaine," "Papa Crazy," "Mary, Mary," and other rap-rock delights found on the album. Thanks largely to rock fans, this album did go platinum for sales exceeding one million copies -- which ironically, Profile considered a disappointment. But the fact is that while Tougher Than Leather isn't quite as strong as Run-D.M.C.'s first three albums, it was one of 1988's best rap releases.

01. Run's House
02. Mary Mary
03. They Call Us Run-Dmc
04. Beats To The Rhyme
05. Radio Station
06. Papa Crazy
07. Tougher Than Leather
08. I'm Not Going Out Like That
09. How'd Ya Do It Dee
10. Miss Elaine
11. Soul To Rock And Roll
12. Ragtime

Run-DMC: Joseph "Run" Simmons, Darryl "DMC" McDaniels (rap vocals); Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell (scratches).
Additional personnel: Jon Sierra (guitar, piano); Davy D. (guitar, bass); Andreas Straub (guitar); Vincent Hammond, The Uptown Horns (horns); Daniel Shulman (bass); Bobby "Afro" Walker (drums).

Engineers: Roey Shamir, Steve Ett, Barbara Milne.
Recording information: Unique Recording Studios, New York, New York; Electric Lady, New York, New York; Green Street Recording, New York, New York; Chung King House Of Metal, New York, New York (1988).
Producer: Run-DMC; Davy D.; Rick Rubin
Label: Arista / Profile
Orig Year: 1988


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