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People Under The Stairs - The Next Step II download mp3 album
Performer:
People Under The Stairs
Album:
The Next Step II
Released:
1998
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1852 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1870 mb
WMA vers. size:
1352 mb
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People Under The Stairs. Produced by Thes One. Album The Next Step. The Next Step II Lyrics. It’s the Next Step, Part Two, slept on the first Worse if you slumber on the sequel, one verse, versus us, no equal On the planet this Hispanic take not a granite rock for granted I love it all, trees, and I rock for free, I rock steadily, like Aretha It’s the People beneath the staircase where placed funk

12 Step Program (also stylized as 12SP) is the ninth album by the People Under the Stairs. It is the second album entirely self-distributed using Thes One's artist-cooperative label, Piecelock 70, and it is also the group's shortest record to be marketed as a full-length album upon its release. The group's fifth album,.

The Next Step is the debut album by People Under the Stairs. It was released on March 24, 1998 by Om Records. The duo were responsible for nearly every aspect of the album's production and initial release. Quick sales of the album and its sole single, "The Next Step II", also helped to get the group noticed by the label Om Records, with whom the group produced four other albums and found greater success.

The Next Step II (3:44). Overview (current section). 1 Background The track "The Next Step II" was later included in the 2003 video game Tony Hawk's Underground. The song samples the lyrics of "Movin' On Up", the opening theme of The Jeffersons.

People Under The Stairs Release Final Album "Sincerely, The P". January 31, 2019 8:01 PM. by Justin Ivey. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic. 9. People Under The Stairs are capping off their amazing run with one last LP. Thes One and Double K have released Sincerely, The P, the final album of their 20-year career in the music business. The West Coast duo’s latest work features 15 tracks and clocks in at just under an hour, giving fans plenty of music for PUTS’ swan song. Thes One and Double K kicked off their 20-year run in 1998 with the release of their debut album The Next Step. The LP’s title track and lead single The Next Step II was famously featured in Tony Hawk’s Underground, the fifth entry in the popular Tony Hawk video game franchise. Get The Most Important Stories Of The Day Straight To Your Inbox.

Like The Next Step, the album was nearly 75 minutes, entirely self-recorded and used an eclectic and diverse range of beats rooted in jazz and psychedelic rock. On January 28, 2014, Thes One announced on social media that People Under the Stairs' ninth full-length album would be titled 12 Step Program (also promoted as 12SP)

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Next Step II
A2 The Next Step II (Gangstramental)
A3 4 Everybody
B1 Time To Rock Our Shit
B2 Time To Rock Our Shit (Gangstramental)
B3 Bonus Track Feat. Eddie Van Halen (Secret Reunion Track)
Featuring – Eddie Van Halen

Credits

  • Producer – Thes One
  • Scratches – Double K

Notes

"The Next Step II" contains a sample from Ja'net Dubois'
"Movin' On Up (Theme From The TV Show - The Jeffersons)"

Track B3 doesn't actually exist.
But second pressing has track B3.
Locked run-out groove between each track.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PUTS 6001 UK People Under The Stairs The Next Step II ‎(12") PUTS Records PUTS 6001 UK US 1998


  • Vudomuro
The original pressing of this came with a stickered sleeve and no bonus track as listed on the label. I remember finding it hard to get this 12" when it came out and shortly after there was another pressing with a plain black sleeve, the label is identical, but the bonus track is on there. The run out groove of the repress has UK PUTS 6001 on it instead of just PUTS 6001 like the original so I'm guessing the repress was from the UK, but it's dope 12" whatever version you get, there's been a lot of throwback acts trying to emulate crews like PUTS over the last 10 years, but this was fresh when it came out as the market wasn't saturated with artists on the retro tip like it is now.