My Vinyl Weighs a Ton
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Vinyl, February 9, 1999
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Bringing together the many artists Peanut Butter Wolf has worked with over the years, My Vinyl Weighs a Ton is a veritable who's who of Left Coast talent. Integrating pyrotechnic lyricism from Cali MCs like Rasco, Planet Asia, and the Lootpack with the finest in turntablism skills around the world, the disc challenges both the hegemony of East Coast hip-hop and elevates scratch DJing to its rightful place at the center of rap music's revival. Underneath it all are Wolf's infectious grooves and vibrant soundscapes, which manage to be at once diverse and consistent. Here's one big bad wolf you don't need to be scared of. --Oliver Wang
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ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT HIP HOP RECORDS OF OUR GENERATION! HHC
- Package Dimensions : 12.6 x 12.6 x 0.16 inches; 10.58 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Copasetik
- Date First Available : January 12, 2007
- Label : Copasetik
- ASIN : B00000I6J7
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,780,499 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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The title of this album is a shout to Public Enemy and a reference to the great phallic object of DJs, his record collection. This is a smart record with great rappers: when he's producing, he lets them rap and only does a lot on the tracks that are instrumental, which, of course, are amazing....
This is a rabidly funny album and a must for people who listen to stuff like Handsome Boy Modelling School (or anything with Prince Paul or Automator) or of good West Coast rappers (Quasimoto and Rasco are on this) or hip-hop in general, get this.
It's real good stuff.
Buy it, steal it(not really), burn it, borrow it, doesn't matter, but own it. Go on I'm waiting.