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9 thoughts on “ Description - De La Soul - 3 Feet High And Rising (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Label: Tommy Boy - TBVL • Series: Tommy Boy 20th Anniversary Series • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • De La Soul - 3 Feet High And Rising (, Vinyl) | .
  2. Prince Paul produced De La Soul's debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, which was released in the spring of Several critics and observers labeled the group as a neo-hippie band because the record praised peace and love as well as proclaiming the dawning of /5().
  3. May 30,  · referencing 3 Feet High And Rising, LP, Album + 12", FLY LP Not often I leave comments about releases I have in my collection but this time I feel I need to. This is not a review of the musical content but of the products quality/5(K).
  4. Sep 23,  · If Black complexity had been the meta-message lost in De La’s big crossover, abstraction, abjection, and humor were the winning trifecta of 3 Feet High and Rising. The skits and interludes poked.
  5. The most inventive, assured, and playful debut in hip-hop history, 3 Feet High and Rising not only proved that rappers didn't have to talk about the streets to succeed, but also expanded the palette of sampling material with a kaleidoscope of sounds and references culled from pop, soul.
  6. 3 Feet High and Rising is the happiest and weirdest Hip-Hop has ever been without making sacrifices. Featuring production by Prince Paul, utilizing around 60 samples from every nook that had a cranny (and then one from its granny), the sheer number of samples means another album like this will never happen again (but we can dream)/5().
  7. De La Soul 3 Feet High And Rising OG LP Vinyl Record Rap Tommy Boy RARE. Nice starter original copy. Relisted due to non-paying buyer. Please don’t be that person. Vinyl Grade: G+. Record has some scratches and scuffs on either side. Some feelable, some not. The record plays with background crackle throughout, never overwhelming in my End date: Jul 09,
  8. As a Hip-Hop head, I’m always looking for my next favorite album. De La Soul’s effort, 3 Feet High and Rising, is a serious contender despite how lighthearted it is. This was made before the, horribly constructed, sample clearance process became % mandatory in releasing commercial music/5().

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