It’s A Demo Pt. 3
Thursday May 08th 2008,
Filed under: Crates,Demo Week,Not Your Average,Steady Bootleggin'
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Can’t stop won’t stop…

LL Cool J - ‘Jack The Ripper’ (demo)

Uncle L was that dude, in case you forgot.

O.C. - ‘Brothers Are Fake’

An early joint that got shine on Stretch Armstrong.

Organized Konfusion - ‘International Arrivals’

From the Simple Too Positive days, Paul C. on production.

Ol’ Dirty Bastard - ‘Take It Back To Brooklyn’

Ason Unique at his demented best.

Percee-P - ‘Bang In The Club’

The never-released single Perc did with The Vinyl Dogs. The b-side was the original ‘No Time For Jokes’ with T La Rock.


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Once again, thank you! These are all dope as shit.

Comment by Mike G 05.08.08 @

Loving the demo posts, Robbie. Could you reup the Dirt McGirt flavour?

Comment by AaronM 05.08.08 @

Oh, it’s there now. Dope.

Comment by AaronM 05.08.08 @

Nice post, I’m really feelin’ these demo joints.
Mad props kid!!!

Comment by beatjunkie299 05.09.08 @

Im loving these demos. Just wish the quality was better on some of these joints.

Comment by Kenny Patt 05.11.08 @

LL Cool J is hard as hell…

P.S. Check http://www.mybassrocks.com for more of your hip-hop fix!

Comment by Jerry Nice 05.12.08 @

Had No Time For Jokes was on an old 89tech9 tape I had. I was looking to see if I could find any info on it and bumped into your site. Wow this brings me back. All I remember is at the end of the song them saying “the vinyl dogs, the boggie downnnnn, the vinyl dogs, the boogie downnnn”

woooooooooooo. Wish I could hear it, your link for this song is dead! Thanks though!

Sal

Comment by SF 12.29.09 @



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