So underground! They released an album and a couple singles in the early 90's on their Numbers Committed label and then disappeared as far as I can tell. Apparently this shirt came from the 1992 Gavin Convention in San Francisco. Ships from United States. each additional t-shirt.
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Sound of the Underground (album). It was released in Ireland on 23 May 2003, in the United Kingdom and Europe on 26 May 2003, and reissued on 17 November 2003 through Polydor.
Chronicles of the Juice Man is the debut studio album by American rapper Juicy J, released 2001 via North North with manufacturing and distribution from Street Level. The album features guest appearances from Three 6 Mafia's Crunchy Black and Lord Infamous, as well as Juicy J's brother, Project Pat, whom many of the lyrics on the album refer following his to then-recent incarceration.
What are the greatest/most classic underground hip hop albums of all time? I know some of the best, but I want to listen to some more of the most classic ones. Recent Album Listens 5. Upvote +42 Downvote. Yo necesito este álbum. My friends trash music opinions.
This album redefined the underground and became the underground treasure that we know and love today. While we wait with Detox-like anticipation for the sequel, we can rest assured that music like this can be defined by one word: ART. Honorable Mentions. Jedi Mind Tricks- Violent By Design. Binary Star – Masters Of The Universe.
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Underground hip-hop doesn’t exist anymore, at least not like it used to. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what happened, but some time right around when indie rock became a genre instead of an indication of label affiliation, underground hip-hop ceased to exist in the way that we had always known it. Maybe it was when Def Jux died. Maybe it was when underground was replaced with internet buzz acts on the fast track to major label deals
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