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Follow the Leader (album d'Eric B. & Rakim). album d'Eric B. & Rakim. Lire dans une autre langue. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Follow the Leader. Follow the Leader est le deuxième album studio d'Eric B. & Rakim, sorti le 25 juillet 1988. En 1998, le magazine américain The Source l'a classé parmi les 100 meilleurs albums de rap . Classé 7e au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 22e au Billboard 200, il a été certifié, aux États-Unis, disque d'or le 27 septembre 1988 par la RIAA.
Follow the Leader is the second studio album by American hip hop duo Eric B. Following their debut album Paid in Full (1987), Eric B. & Rakim left 4th & B'way Records and signed with Uni Records, a subsidiary label of major label MCA Records. They recorded Follow the Leader at Power Play Studios in New York City. The duo produced, composed, and arranged the album with additional contributions from Rakim's brother Stevie Blass Griffin, who contributed with various instruments.
The Servant as Leader describes some of the characteristics and activities of servant-leaders. Robert K. Greenleaf founded the nonprofit Greenleaf Center (first called The Center for Applied Ethics) in 1964. Not long after, Greenleaf published The Servant as Leader a landmark essay that coined the phrase 'servant-leader' and launched the modern servant leadership movement.
Robert E. Lee, who helped to mold national telecommunications policy as the longest-serving member of the Federal Communications Commission, died Monday at a hospital in Arlington, V. his hometown. He was 81. He died of liver cancer, an . In his nearly 29 years on the commission, Mr. Lee was the leading proponent of ultrahigh-frequency television, or UHF, and was also instrumental in the selection of the RCA Corporation's system for introducing color broadcasting.
Robert Edward Lee (January 19, 1807 – October 12, 1870) was the General-in-chief of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He led the Army of Northern Virginia in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War. Lee is considered one of America's greatest generals. He started out as an engineer but then moved up the ranks. Before the Civil War, Lee was an officer in the Mexican-American War. He was also head of West Point
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- Matrix / Runout (Etched A side runout): JM 7000 - A LEADER
- Matrix / Runout (Etched B side runout): JM 7000 - B VERSION
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