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Main Source - Looking At The Front Door / Instrumental
Main Source
Looking At The Front Door / Instrumental
7" | 1990 | US | Reissue (Actual)
17,99 €*
Release:1990 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Timeless hip hop classic on handy 7" format with the slamming instumental on the flipside!
Main Source - Think / Instrumental
Main Source - Atom / Instrumental
Main Source
Atom / Instrumental
7" | 1989 | US | Reissue (Actual)
18,99 €*
Release:1989 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
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Official re-press by K-Cut from Main Source
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Main Source - Breaking Atoms - The Remaster Blue Vinyl Edition
Main Source
Breaking Atoms - The Remaster Blue Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1991 | US | Reissue (Wild Pitch)
28,99 €*
Release:1991 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Digitally remastered edition of this classic 1991 album from hip-hop group Main Source. Breaking Atoms is the debut album from the Canadian/American group. Production for it was handled by the group and took place during 1990 to 1991 at Homeboy Studio, Power Play Studios, and Libra Digital in New York City. Recorded during the golden age of hip-hop, Breaking Atoms is distinguished stylistically by it's incorporation of jazz and soul music samples. The album has been highly regarded by music writers due mostly to it's production, whose heavy and original use of sampling influenced hip-hop producers for a considerable portion of the 1990s. The album has been noted for debuting rapper Nas, who appears on the track "Live at the Barbeque". Breaking Atoms has been recognized as one of the most important records in hip-hop history.

Features bonus tracks "Time", "Fakin The Funk", and "Peace Is Not The Word To Play (rmx)".
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Main Source - Fuck What You Think Limited Numbered White Vinyl Edition
Main Source
Fuck What You Think Limited Numbered White Vinyl Edition
LP | 1994 | US | Reissue (242 Music Group)
31,99 €*
Release:1994 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
First official reissue. Curated by Main Source. Limited to 1000 with only 500 available for retail. 180g, white colored vinyl. No black edition planned. Comes with a 10" booklet and updated artwork. Numbered.
Released after the founding members of the group broke up, ‘F*ck What You Think’ was the final dispatch from Main Source - in Large Professor's place as the lead vocalist of the group was legendary Queens Mc - Mikey D.
The album set out to prove the group's staying power despite the members changing and like their 1st album, "Breaking Atoms"’ it also introduces the first appearance from legendary NYC MC's.
In this case, members of the LOX - Jadakiss and Sheek Louch - guest appear, before they were signed to Bad Boy Records on "Set it Off" which also features Shaqueen, Kool G Raps wife and Lotto.
A lost album of ’90s boom bap, this album is a must own. Scheduled for a release in 1994, the first official retail version didn't make it to the market until 1998. Now this release comes with an updated artwork and a 10"-booklet.
Main Source - Breaking Atoms - The Remaster
Main Source
Breaking Atoms - The Remaster
CD | 1991 | US | Reissue (Wild Pitch)
16,99 €*
Release:1991 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Digitally remastered edition of this classic 1991 album from hip-hop group Main Source. Breaking Atoms is the debut album from the Canadian/American group. Production for it was handled by the group and took place during 1990 to 1991 at Homeboy Studio, Power Play Studios, and Libra Digital in New York City. Recorded during the golden age of hip-hop, Breaking Atoms is distinguished stylistically by it's incorporation of jazz and soul music samples. The album has been highly regarded by music writers due mostly to it's production, whose heavy and original use of sampling influenced hip-hop producers for a considerable portion of the 1990s. The album has been noted for debuting rapper Nas, who appears on the track "Live at the Barbeque". Breaking Atoms has been recognized as one of the most important records in hip-hop history.
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