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Buffalo Gals Back to Skool Import


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  • Audio CD (November 10, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: September 25, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Caroline
  • ASIN: B00000DMTZ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178,913 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. It Was A New York Phenomenon - Malcolm McClaren
2. Class In Session - Da Boogie Man
3. Buffalo Gals (Back To Skool) (Remix) - Rakim
4. Bring It Back (Remix) - Soulson
5. Zulu Nation Party - Malcolm McLaren
6. Off The Top (Live) - Hannibal Lechter
7. Bow Wow Wow Show (Live) - Malcolm McLaren
8. World Famous Supreme Team Show WHBI (Link) - The World Famous Supreme Team Radio Show
9. Buffalo Gals (Original Version) (DJ Cut - Special - Malcolm McLaren
10. Let It Flow (Do You Like Scratchin'?) - KRS-One
11. Psalms - T'Kalla
12. Hey DJ (Original 12' Mix) - The World Famous Supreme Team
13. 42nd Street - Malcolm McLaren
14. World Famous Supreme Team Show WHBI (Link) - The World Famous Supreme Team Radio Show
15. Do You Like Scratchin'? (Original) - Malcolm McLaren & The World Famous Supreme Team
16. World Famous Supreme Team Show WHBI (Link) - The World Famous Supreme Team Radio Show
17. Hey DJ - De La Soul
18. She's Looking Like A Hobo (Original Version) - Malcolm McLaren
19. World Famous Supreme Team Show WHBI (Link) - The World Famous Supreme Team Radio Show
20. World Famous (Original Version) - The World Famous Supreme Team
See all 23 tracks on this disc

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23 track album featuring influential hip hop artists likeRakim, KRS-One & De La Soul reinterpreting tracks from theMcLaren's original 'Duck Rock' album, plus the originalversions of cuts from the record. Includes 'Buffalo Gals','Hey DJ', 'Do You Like Scratchin'', 'She's Looking Like AHobo' and 'World Famous'. 1998 Virgin Records release.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Hype Currie on June 4, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Buffalo Gals Back to Skool--

British music impresario Malcolm McLaren is most famous (or infamous?) for his managing and promotion of the pioneering Sex Pistols punk-rock band during their meteoric rise and fall during the 1970's. At the beginning of the Reagan era, however, he found himself dabbling in another underground music culture with roots in New York City--hip-hop. Buffalo Gals: Back to Skool compiles virtually all of the hip-hop related recordings that McClaren had a hand in producing, primarily with the World Famous Supreme Team: A duo of part-time 3-card-Monte hustlers, the Supreme Team also hosted a community-access radio show in New York where they showcased their collaborations with McLaren. "Buffalo Girls", "She's Looking Like a Hobo", "Hey DJ" and several more good-times party songs all show up here (largely culled from 12-inch recordings, as most of the material never surfaced on a proper album).

Recorded before sampling technology had become common, the original songs feature mostly live instrumentation from session musicians. Lyrically, the rhymes are much more simplistic compared to today, but it is also free of profanity and gangster themes. The Supreme Team never hit the mainstream, but was an important outfit to know in the pre-Run DMC era of rap.

Also collected with the archival songs are new cover recordings, including legendary hip-hop musicians like De La Soul, Rakim and KRS-One. Interspersed between all the songs are interviews with McLaren himself, where he candidly talks about his encounters with hip-hop's early figures and his attempts to help the music get a foothold in the industry. Between the old and new songs, this is the definitive compilation/tribute to an unlikely early champion of hip-hop music.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CLEMENT on September 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THESE SONGS FOR 15 YEARS... AND GUESS WHAT? I AM ABOUT TO BUY THEM! THESE SONGS ARE THE BOMB. I AM SURE YOU GUYS HEARD "SHE'S LOOKING LIKE A HOBO" BEAT IN K SOLO'S TIRADE AGAINST ICE CUBE.. LOOKING TO JAM THIS BEAT DAILY. THESE SONGS BUMP... WESTCOAST LOVIN BEATS.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By brent morris on October 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is th' unseen,unheard cuts no one has but everyone needs
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