D.I.T.C. – Rare Breaks: Stack One Album Review
Monday August 25th 2008,
Filed under: Albums,Bronx Bombers,Reviews
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Most people who buy breaks make tapes out of there finds just for shit ‘n gigs, so the idea of having one that Showbiz put together is ‘nothing less than ill’. 45 minutes of dusty shit from this D.I.T.C. legend is an essential purchase for anyone with even the slightest idea about what good music is. The only question after listening to this CD is why hasn’t Show used all of these beats for his own records yet? The most enjoyable release of the year so far…at least until the Roc Marciano and the P Brothers albums come out.

Highlight: Hearing Show instruct the listener to “Get Your Hands Dirty, Buddy”.


6 Comments so far
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Damn, no audio? Will cop at some point.

Comment by Eons 08.25.08 @

speakin of DITC i’m up listening to Jewelz right now…i need to cop this breaks jawn…long live great music!!

Comment by Tabauri 08.26.08 @

I was hoping it’d be a collection of breaks that Show had used over the years.

Tracklisting?

Comment by Coxman 08.26.08 @

No tracklisting. There’s some stuff that he’s used, but a lot of unused shit too.

Comment by Robbie 08.26.08 @

Question: Whateva happenend to the rapper Truck Turner who was on the symphony2000 and a buch of other krs-one songs?

Comment by Bart 08.26.08 @

Showbiz is a crazy legend ,who jazz chops in the early 90′s regenerated rap FUCK what your heard.D.I.T.C. for life!

Comment by Dj Spins 09.06.08 @



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