CD 2 Original

CD 2 Original

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CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original
CD 2 Original

CD 2 Original

For my old school cats and "digital sound purists" (j/k!) who need this format for their cars and their old macbook pros. These are the VERY LAST BATCH of CD's in existence. A batch of deadstock that I found while preparing my crib for the temporary move to Japan. Once they gone folks... they gone forever.

The followup to Original . More Hip Hop, more original samples. Turntablism throughout. Out of the whole series this one is probably my favorite.

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This is 2 Original, the 2nd mixtape in the "Original" Series.

I believe I made it back in 2001/2002 . It follows the theme of the first mixtape - going back and forth between hip hop songs and the sampled music they originated from. The theme of the mixtape wasn't anything new, but something like this hadn't been done by a member of the turntablist battle community.

Heavy on the scratching, all the original samples came off of real vinyl. These were the days before mp3's and broadband allowed everyone to have the same music, so making this mixtape required some real digging. Check the tracklist to see what you're getting....

1. Diamond D, George Benson – ‘Yo That’s That Sh*t’
2. K.I.S.S. – ‘Weather Report’
3. Billy Cobham, George Duke – ‘Stunts, Blunts and Hip-Hop’
4. Jay-Z, Jeff Lorber – ‘Who You Wit’
5. Four Tops, Tyrone Thomas – ‘Ain’t No N*gga’
6. Doors, David Bowie, KRS-One – ‘Take Over’
7. Nas, Ahmad Jamal, T-La Rock – ‘Whose World Is This’
8. Ras Kass, Anita Baker, Nas – ‘Understandable Smooth’
9. Method Man, Marvin Gaye – ‘You’re All I Need’
10. Method Man, Hall & Oates – ‘Interpolation’
11. M.O.P., Dells – ‘How About Some Hardcore’
12. Foreigner – ‘Cold As Ice’
13. Jay-Z, Bobby Byrd – ‘You Don’t Know’
14. Smif & Wesson, Grover Washington Jr. – ‘Wreckonize’
15. Bobby Caldwell – ‘What You Won’t Do For Love’
16. Grand Puba, DeBarge – ‘I Like It’
17. LL Cool J, Bernard Wright – ‘(Loungin) Who Do You Luv’
18. Bill Withers – ‘Lovely Day’
19. AZ, DeBarge – ‘Problems’
20. Common Sense, Bobby Caldwell – ‘The Light’
21. Pharoah Monche, Wes Montgomery – ‘The Light’
22. Steve Harvey, Kurtis Blow, KRS, Common, Nice & Smooth – ‘Old School Intro’
23. KRS-One, Clifford Brown – ‘MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know’
24. Common Sense, George Benson – ‘I Used To Love Her’
25. David Axelrod, Nice & Smooth – ‘Resurrection (Large Professor Remix)’
26. Ahmad Jamal – ‘Resurrection’
27. Nas, Kurtis Blow, Whodini – ‘If I Ruled The World’
28. Fugees, Teena Marie, Ramsey Lewis – ‘Fugeela’
29. Delphonics – ‘Ready Or Not’
30. Missy Elliot, Delphonics – ‘Sock It To Me’
31. Camron, Police – ‘What Means The World To You’
32. Rose Royce – ‘Oh Boy’
33. Jay-Z, Annie(Broadway Play) – ‘Hard Knock Life’
34. Company Flow, Flash Gordon (Soundtrack) – ‘InfoKill’
35. Siah and Yeshua DaPoed, Grover Washington Jr. – ‘Visualz’
36. Mr. Complex, Ramsey Lewis – ‘Visualize’
37. Artifacts, Galt Macdermot’s First Natural Hair Band – ‘Come On Wit The Get Down’
38. Kool G. Rap, David Axelrod – ‘Take Em To War’
39. Iemerge – ‘Take Em To War (Quick Interlude)’
40. Das Efx, Norman Conners – ‘Real Hip Hop’
41. Gang Starr, Bob James – ‘? Remainz’
42. Kwami, Bob James – ‘The Rythm’
43. Biggie Smalls, R. Kelly – ‘Unbelievable’
44. Carl Thomas, Chris Barber’s Jazz Band – ‘Faith/The Firm, Emotional/Phone Tap’
45. Biggie, Herb Alpert, Slick Rick – ‘Hypnotize’
46. Slick Rick, CQ – ‘Sittin In My Car’
47. Jeru, The Crusaders – ‘The B*tches’
48. The Pharcyde, Jimi Hendrix, Quincy Jones, Weather Report – ‘Passing Me By’
49. Stan Getz – ‘Runnin’
50. Large Professor, Milt Jackson – ‘I Just Wanna Chill’
51. De La Soul, Milt Jackson – ‘Dinninit’
52. Lalo Schifrin (Bruce Lee – Enter The Dragon Soundtrack) – ‘Oooh’
53. Dilated Peoples, Joseph Koo/Wang Fu Ling – ‘Work The Angles’
54. Tupac Shakur, DeBarge – ‘I Ain’t Mad At Ya’
55. Luniz, Club Nouveau – ‘5 On It’
56. Warren G, Mike McDonald – ‘Regulate’
57. Snoop Dogg, Isaac Hayes – ‘G’z Up Hoez Down’
58. Masta Ace – ‘Last Rights’

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  1. Carlos rivera
    Carlos rivera says:

    What’s up Neil it’s Carlos from Orlando. I have the jay z with u in it the DNA of the blueprint. I can’t just scan box and it will take me to dl wanna put it on a blank cassette USB can do that ?


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