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I Can Do Anything (Delacratic) - De La Soul - 3 Feet High And Rising (Cassette, Album)

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  1. May 05,  · This is De La Soul's first studio album(). is original album list, is reissue bonus disc list, and is music videos. And is fu.
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  3. 3 Feet High and Rising, an Album by De La Soul. Released 23 January on Tommy Boy (catalog no. TBLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Conscious Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Prince Paul (producer), De La Soul (co-producer), Al "Game Show" Watts (aka_text {mix engineer} role_id aka_text), Bob "The Amazing" Coulter (recording engineer), Chris Irwin (recording engineer), .
  4. Sep 23,  · More broadly, 3 Feet High and Rising helped secure a new alignment of hardcore street heads with an emerging global audience of fans, the foundation of the soon-to-be-named “hip-hop nation.
  5. I'm giving myself 15 minutes to write about one of my favorite records, De La Soul's 3 Feet High and Rising, simply because if I don't give myself a time limit, I could easily go on a huge rant about this really wonderful record. I bought this record in , back when I was more inclined to be a hippie, because this record's cover looks like a hippie record.
  6. 3 Feet High and Rising is a Studio Album by De La Soul released in Listen now for free!
  7. Mar 11,  · Celebram-se este mês 30 anos sobre a edição daquele que pode ser visto como o primeiro grande álbum criado a partir do sampling. "3 Feet High and .
  8. De La Soul preserved the message of 3 Feet High and Rising with their sophomore record De La Soul Is Dead. De La Soul Is Dead sported an album cover of a smashed pot full of dead flowers, poking fun at the flower pedals on 3 Feet High and Rising’s album cover, and colorful clothes the group wears, but while some may see this as De La Soul.

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