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Non Phixion - The Future Is Now Purple Vinyl Edition
Non Phixion
The Future Is Now Purple Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2002 | US | Reissue (Uncle Howie)
43,99 €*
Release:2002 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Limited to 1500 copies. A one-time pressing with this cover. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Non Phixion’s seminal LP, The Future Is Now, Uncle Howie Records is pleased to announce the release of a special anniversary edition reissue.

Comprised of group members ILL Bill, Lord Goat (f/k/a Goretex), Sabac Red and DJ Eclipse, The Future Is Now remains the group’s sole full length effort, garnering much acclaim among both critics and fans alike. Considered by many as an underground classic, Tfin boasts a production dream team that includes DJ Premier, Pete Rock and Large Professor, who had yet to appear credited together on the same album since the release of Nas’ Illmatic. Additional producers tapped include JuJu of The Beatnuts, Dave 1 of Chromeo, T-Ray and Necro. The album features guest appearances from MF Doom, Necro, The Beatnuts, Al Tariq, Marly Metal, Moonshine, Stephen Carpenter of Deftones, and Christian Olde Wolbers and Raymond Herrera of Fear Factory. The album's cover art was created by Mear One, and the logo is a tribute to Canadian metal band Voivod, and was created by Voivod’s own, Away.

The album includes the singles "Black Helicopters,” "Drug Music" b/w "If You Got Love" and "Rock Stars" b/w "The C.I.A. is Trying to Kill Me.”

The 20th anniversary edition of The Future Is Now is set for release on March 24th via Uncle Howie Records in partnership with Fat Beats Distribution.

The album boasts a never before revealed, updated version of the album cover designed by revered illustrator, Mear One.

The 2xlp is pressed on orchid colored discs and are contained within full color sleeves abound with liner notes.
O.C. - Jewelz
Tape | 2023 | EU | Original (90's Tapes / HHV)
16,99 €*
Release:2023 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Limited edition of 100 copies on cassette - only 1 per customer.

O.C.'s sophomore album "Jewelz" dropped in 1997 with an all-star cast of guests and producers. The line-up included the likes of Big L, DJ Premier, Buckwild, Organized Konfusion, The Beatminerz, Freddie Foxx and others and "Jewelz" became a worthy successor to "Word...Life".

Available in a limited run on black vinyl 2LP+7", CD in jewel case and cassette.
Spice 1 - Spice 1
Spice 1
Spice 1
LP | 1992 | US | Reissue (Get On Down)
27,99 €*
Release:1992 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Released in 1992 on CD, MC and Promo LP only, Spice 1's debut gets a proper vinyl treatment.

Spice 1 is an undisputed West Coast legend, who first hit the scene after the N.W.A. and – closer to home – Too $hort explosion of the late ‘80s. As history showed, he continued that bloodline with finesse and authority. His nasal flow is menacing and strong, and fans have been consistently captivated by his ‘hood tales since his self-titled debut in 1992. If you want thematic range with your MCs, Spice isn’t that dude – he is all about crime tales and the perils of ghetto life. And he attacks that storytelling sweet spot with each new cut. Spice 1 boasted four singles by the time it was all said and done, and breezed to Gold status on the strength of cuts like the catchy “East Bay Gangster”, the heartfelt tales and truths of “Welcome To The Ghetto”, and the thick, grooving “In My Neighborhood.” He even produced the alcohol-themed “187 Proof,” another of the album’s singles, and the hands-down cleverest vocal outing on the LP. Sonically, the backdrops on Spice 1 range from plunky, keyboard-bassline funk to deeper, fuzzy ‘70s samples – and he sounds strong on top of both. “Break Yourself” is fueled with an electro-funk drive, “1-800 Spice” brings reggae flavor, and “Peace To My Nine” gets chunkier, with a well-placed P-Funk “One Nation Under A Groove” sample. Presented here on official retail vinyl for the first time since its initial release 26 years ago, Spice 1’s debut holds the test of time and carries the California gangsta flag with pride. Some colors just don’t fade.
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