Monday, December 12, 2011

N.W.A-100_Miles_And_Runnin-(BRW200)-7_Inch_Vinyl-1990-GCP

N.W.A-100_Miles_And_Runnin-(BRW200)-7_Inch_Vinyl-1990-GCP
N.W.A-100_Miles_And_Runnin-(BRW200)-7_Inch_Vinyl-1990-GCP


Artist : N.W.A
Title : 100 Miles And Runnin'

Genre : Rap
Label : 4th & Broadway
Catnr : BRW 200
Type : 7-Inch Single
Ripped : 2011
Released : 1990
Source : Vinyl
Quality : VBRkbps
Size : 20,8 MB
URL : n/a

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R E L E A S E I N F O R M A T I O N

N.W.A, the unapologetically violent and sexist pioneers of
gangsta rap, are in many ways the most notorious group in
the history of rap. Emerging in the late '80s, when Public
Enemy had rewritten the rules of hardcore rap by proving
that it could be intelligent, revolutionary, and socially
aware, N.W.A capitalized on PE's sonic breakthroughs while
ignoring their message. Instead, the five-piece crew
celebrated the violence and hedonism of the criminal life,
capturing it all in blunt, harsh language. Initially, the
group's relentless attack appeared to be serious, vital
commentary, and it even provoked the FBI to caution
N.W.A's record company, but following Ice Cube's departure
in late 1989, the group began to turn to self-parody. With
his high-pitched whine, Eazy-E's urban nightmares now
seemed like comic book fantasies, but ones that fulfilled
the fantasies of the teenage white suburbanites who had
become their core audience, and the group became more
popular than ever.

Prior to recording the "100 Miles And Runnin" EP, all five
of the group members had signed a long-term contract with
the Ruthless Records label. However, member and lead
vocalist Ice Cube refused the contract's terms and
consequently separated himself from the group. Numerous
sardonic references was made on the title track on the
group's former member. Dre states: 'It started with five
but yo, one couldn't take it / So now there's four 'cause
the fifth couldn't make it'. On "Real Niggaz", MC Ren
states 'only reason niggaz pick up your record is cause
they thought it was us', referring to the success of Ice
Cube's first solo album "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" which
had been released earlier that year. Ice Cube would
respond to these attacks on his 1991 album "Death
Certificate".

7-inch vinyl version of this record, which was only
released in the U.K. by 4th & Broadway, and is the only
retail version containing the radio edit of "100 Miles
And Runnin".

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t r a c k l i s t :

01. 100 Miles And Runnin' (Radio Edit) [04:31]
02. Real Niggaz [05:26]

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