throwback jam of the week
Yesterday at work we were all glued to the TV and computer screens to see what the deal was with the Michael Jackson death which wasn't confirmed by CNN until later (which was definitely the office barometer for legitimacy of a story). Instead of focusing on all the crazy things in his life (especially the later years) and media circus surrounding his death I decided to share in the goodtimes, Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment canada. 1000mg Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment, Above is a video that several people I know equated to the first time Michael really etched his image into their consciousness so I decided to share it. For me personally it was the "Thriller" video, 50mg Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment, 200mg Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment, which I always liked the song as a kid but the video scared the crap out of me. That shit was terrifying under the age of 6 lol, 100mg Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment. Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment india, In seriousness, as an artist he truly was the "King of Pop" and no one can take that away from him so enjoy the video and continue to enjoy the classic music., Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment coupon. Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment uk. Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment ebay. 150mg Teramycin Tetracycline Opthalmic Ointment.
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I am leaving for the holidays and thought I would leave you with an appropriate song for this time of year. This is probably the only rap Christmas song I can stand and what's even better is they made a video for it! Make sure to check back in every now and then over the holidays because we won't be offline for long. I hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday season.
I know we had them on the old site before we migrated over to this site but with Tip's upcoming album, The Renaissance, on the way I thought we would put them up on here. Well as I have stated before, Q-Tip is one of my favorite rappers and Tribe as a whole are one of my favorite groups. Tribe's People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm was also my first hip-hop album. Sampling Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" in "Can I Kick It?" was one of the first times that I recognized a sample immediately too. So a lot of firsts in hip-hop are associated with this group for me. Click the break to read more. Tribe has also been influential to many hip-hop artists and help lay the groundwork for much of the underground hip-hop we hear today with the slick flows and jazzy beats in the background. Where would someone like Common be today without Tribe to lay the groundwork? They were one of the first groups for me that brought a true musicality to rap. I could hear the guitar, I could hear the bass guitar, the piano etc., I was down with the other rap at the time but this truly hit home. They were bridging the gap for music purists who could hear the sampled jazzy loops and could kick back and listen to the smooth deliveries. Hell the beat for this song could be played in a hotel lounge and no one would know the difference. That is exactly why I chose "Electric Relaxation" to highlight my reasons for loving this group.
Sorry for the poor quality of these videos but thats what get when you go back over 20 years in the archives. What can I say about this record, well let's start with where I heard it first. This is one of those records that I know I had heard numerous times before I even knew what the name or the message was about. I just knew it as a party record that I had heard some DJs spin before. When I heard this song sampled in other contemporary songs though is when I decided to look up the name of the group and song. It was probably that LL Cool J's "Phenomenom" that was the last straw, although it's possible I heard it before then. Hit the break for more.... Not too shockingly to me, when I researched the track it was done by Melle Mel (although I initially heard Grandmaster Flash, something that I hear is common) and the name was "White Lines (Don't Do It)". This made me laugh and I immeadiately thought that it was the opposite of the Tom Tom Club's "Genius of Love". The irony of having a party song be an anti-drug song haha. But it was definitely progressive for its time, putting in the forefront the issue of cocaine and how it affects people and discouraging people from doing it. Anyways this is not a song to just breeze over as I initially did, so please pay attention to the message despite how easy it is to get lost in the beat and melody. Oh and at over 7 minutes long I can see why DJs loved it, they could go the bathroom and take a smoke break and get back before this song was over haha. Enjoy!