The Lost Tapes by Blaze Camo, released 27 December 2015 1. Flammable 2. Jaws 3. Punchline 4. Cesarean 5. Vacumm 6. Image Maker 7. High Speed Crash 8. Evidence 9. Closure 10. Balance the Books 11. Air Freshener Tree Blaze Camo formed in NYC in 1995 and featured Jesse Jones (Yuppicide) on vocals, John Lafata (Mind Over Matter, Sheer Terror, Madball) on drums, Trevor Silmser (Awake) on bass and David Acampora on Guitar. The goal of the band was to create a sound that was hard, but different from what they had done before.
The Lost Tapes is a compilation album of studio outtakes and live recordings by the German experimental rock band Can, which was originally released as an LP in 2012 by Spoon Records in conjunction with Mute Records.
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FOR FANS OF: BLAZE CAMO, MIND OVER MATTER, YUPPICIDE, BAD TRIP, S F A, BORN AGAINST, NECRACEDIA, AWAKE, DIE 116, NEGLECT, MADBALL, GULAG Tracklist: SIDE A 01 Flammable 02 Jaws 03 Punchline 04 Cesarean.
Ghostface Killah's (Wu-Tang Clan) newest release The Lost Tapes which is produced by Big Ghost Ltd and executive produced by Matthew "M80" Markoff, Dennis Cole & Mike Caruso. The Lost Tapes is scheduled for release October 5, 2018. List of Ghostface Killah's studio and collaboration albums. Listen to each album via the embedded this site player.
Nas. Released September 23, 2002. The Lost Tapes Tracklist. The album debuted at on the Billboard 200 chart and was met with critical acclaim for the lyrical content and production handled by the Trackmasters, . The Alchemist, and a young Kanye West co-producing with D-Dot. The Lost Tapes Q&A. How did this album chart? This album peaked at on Billboard’s US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and on the Billboard 200.
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Bee Why’s The Lost Tapes features 14 rare and unreleased recordings from the Queens Emcee who first popped on the scene with his now highly collectable 12 single The Boros back in 1997. He then released 2 more singles Remember the Time and . Bee Why has made his mark in the underground Hip Hop scene with a then unknown producer Gee The Nutty Professor who later changed his name to Ayatollah. Ayatollah later produced many classics records for Mos Def, Tragedy Khadafi, Rakim, Masta Ace, Inspectah Deck, Cormega and many more
Media are giving The Lost Tapes special releases on vinyl, CD and cassette. Sounds like a dope package. Check out The Lost Tapes for yourself below. Ghostface Killah's The Lost Tapes Tracklist. 1. "Introduction" featuring Michael Rappaport 2. "Buckingham Palace" featuring KXNG Crooked, Benny the Butcher and