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The "Body-Hat" Syndrome (30th Anniversary) (Black Friday 23 Edition)

    THIS IS A BLACK FRIDAY 2023 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 8AM ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25TH).


    The album's second single, an anti- racism cultural awareness politico called "Wussup Wit the Luv," features a solo from the Funkadelic guitarist Michael Hampton, as well as a verse and video appearance by Tupac Shakur (This was the last time Shakur appeared on any Digital Underground release). The album also contains "The Humpty Dance Awards," the group's humorous shout- out to the many artists who sampled "The Humpty Dance" before 1993. Since then the list has grown to over 50 artists. The Body- Hat Syndrome will be celebrating its 30th anniversary, originally released on October 5, 1993 and has only been released as a special Italian vinyl version making this the first time it will be released on vinyl globally.

    TRACK LISTING

    1. The Return Of The Crazy One
    2. Bran Nu Swetta
    3. Doo Woo You / Body-Hats (Part One)
    4. Holly Wanstaho
    5. Dope- A- Delic (Do- U- B- Leeve- In- D- Flo?)
    6. Intermission
    7. Wussup With The Luv
    8. Digital Lover
    9. Shake & Bake
    10. Carry The Way (Along Time)
    11. Body-Hats (Part Three)
    12. Body-Hats (Part Two)
    13. Do Ya Like It Dirty?
    14. Circus Entrance
    15. Bran Nu Sweat This Beat
    16. Jerkit Circus
    17. Wheee! 
    18. Circus Exit (The After-Nut)

    Stetsasonic

    In Full Gear (35th Anniversary) (RSD23 EDITION)

      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2023 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

      Formed in Brooklyn in 1981, Stetsasonic was one of the first hip hop bands to perform with a full band and to use live instrumentation in their studio recordings

      Stetsasonic's unique sound combines multi genres including R&B, Jazz, Reggae, Dancehall and Rock and is considered one of the first groups to pioneer jazz rap. Their 1988 album, In Full Gear, largely produced by band members Prince Paul, Daddy-O & Wise contains the tracks "Talking All That Jazz" and "Float On" Celebrating its 35th Anniversary, In Full Gear is a remastered double LP.

      140 gram black vinyl, in custom printed sleeves in a custom printed jacket w/ shrinkwrap & marketing sticker.


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