What To Expect From Mobb Deep’s 1994 Infamous Sessions CD
Thursday March 06th 2014,
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Mobb Deep are dropping a new album on 1 April, and as a bonus are including a CD called The 1994 Infamous Sessions, which will finally bless Thun Rap aficionados with high quality versions of the numerous 8th generation tape dubs floating around the internets. Until the real thing drops, I’ve pieced together a preview of the majority of the songs to whet your appetites, plus a few of the lost demo cuts that didn’t make it.

The 1994 Infamous Sessions:

1. Eye for an Eye f/ Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Nas
2. Skit
3. Get It In Blood
4. Gimme The Goods
5. If It’s Alright f/ Big Noyd
6. Skit Mobb Deep 1995
7. Survival of the Fittest
8. Temperature’s Rising
9. The Bridge
10. Skit
11. The Money
12. The Money version 2
13. We About to Get Hectic
14. The Infamous

Original demo tape:

1. Keepin’ It Real
2. Paddyshop
3. Right Back At You feat. Big Noyd and Hostyle
4. Q.U. Hectic
5. Shook Ones Pt. 0
6. Temperature’s Rising
7. It’s Alright With Me
8. Lifestyles Of The Infamous
9. Trife Life

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You could make a good 3 albums out of Mobb Deep unreleased/rare shit.

Comment by d 03.06.14 @

Be great to hear them in cdq though

Comment by d 03.06.14 @

Keeping it real in CDQ would tickle my tits

Comment by Mecbar 03.06.14 @

dopeness. can’t wait.

Comment by dmfslimm 03.06.14 @

I hope they give the same treatment to the Hell on Earth b-sides and demos. I really need a full mastered CD that includes “Aiight, Then”

Comment by Enig Mue 03.07.14 @

This is why I love Unkut. Can’t wait for this release..

Comment by LEX 03.07.14 @

Smoke 1 with ya boy
Microphonixxx – Dark Moon Over Park Ave

Comment by Killa Pimp 03.09.14 @

I’ve just listened to the new album and it’s a pile of shit (mostly). I’m on the Infamous sessions now…

Comment by Ross 03.25.14 @

…it’s okay. It’s interesting to hear how the sound evolved. A lot of it is like a natural progression of Juvenile Hell so I guess we’re all glad it was shaped into that classic Infamous / Hell on Earth era sound we love. Robbie, any idea what influenced that sound?

Comment by Ross 03.25.14 @

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