01 Rock the House 02:43
02 King of Rock 05:14
03 You Talk Too Much 06:02
04 Jam Master Jammin' 04:23
05 Roots, Rap, Reggae 03:13
06 Can You Rock it Like this 04:31
07 You're Blind 05:33
08 It's Not Funny 05:38
09 Darryl and Joe (Krush Groove 3) 06:32
Total Playtime: 43:49
In anticipation for their new album, "Crown Royal" to
follow in 2001, but actually pushed back from more than two
years, Arista Records re-issued all of Run-D.M.C.'s
previous albums on June 1st 1999. Arista/BMG had acquired
*most* of Profile Records (the now infamous and pioneer
early 1980s Hip-Hop and Rap NYC Label) catalogue the prior
year in 1998, The now Profile/Arista would re-release
classic albums from DJ Quik and 2nd II None's respectfully
in anticipation of all new material. A lot of the Profile
Records catalogue had been OUT OF PRINT for many years up
until that point. I, myself that year was looking forward
to seeing re-issues from Special Ed and Dana Dane, but
those did not happen and instead "Greatest Hits" packages
were put out, which did not well satisfy me as a collector
of early, golden age hip-hop. Here, anyway is the CD
re-issue of Run D.M.C's second album that was orginally released
in 1985. Rest in peace Profile. Cold Chillin' and Tommy Boy Records.
OSC is still holding it down after more than 2 years in
tha scene. Our dedication to bringing you the best in
ol skool classics is, and always will be, our driving
force. Quality over quantity.
"It's all about the music, fuck the other ish." - OSC
OSC would like to stress that all our releases are
explicitly NOT intended for distribution on P2P networks
or XDCC chans.
We DO NOT and NEVER WILL condone the distribution of our
releases beyond the gates of the scene. Let's keep the
mp3 scene the place it always was intended to be. A
community of people that buy their music and share it
like music always has and should be shared.
If you like this or any other release, pick up the album at a store near you!
Support the artists that you enjoy.
Bootleggers take away that which we all thrive upon...
Give PHAT music a chance to become another Ol Skool Classic....