INVINCIBLE BULLY INC.: October 2007 Archive


Hip-Hop Vinyl Rips, Funny Videos, NBA Basketball

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Have You Got High Today?

Busta Rhymes - It's A Party b/w Ill Vibe

A1 It's A Party (LP Version) (4:38)
A2 It's A Party (AllStar Remix) (4:10)
A3 It's A Party (The Ummah Remix) (4:17)
A4 It's A Party (LP Version Instrumental) (4:40)
A5 It's A Party (AllStar Remix Instrumental) (4:32)
A6 It's A Party (AllStar Remix Acapella) (4:03)
B1 Ill Vibe (LP Version) (3:40)
B2 Ill Vibe (The Ummah Remix) (3:38)
B3 Ill Vibe (LP Version Instrumental) (3:41)
B4 It's A Party (The Ummah Remix Instrumental) (4:17)
B5 Ill Vibe (LP Version Acapella) (3:05)

Tha Alkaholiks - The Next Level

A1 The Next Level (LP Version) (4:44)
A2 The Next Level (Remix) (4:22)
Remix - E-Swift
A3 The Next Level (Radio Edit LP Version) (3:53)
B1 The Next Level (Instrumental Remix) (4:22)
Remix - E-Swift
B2 The Next Level (Instrumental LP Version) (4:44)
B3 The Next Level (Acappella) (3:53)

Jersey of the Day
Bo Jackson
Kansas City Royals
$80 + shipping
Size 54

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

All Request Weekend


LL Cool J - Walking With A Panther

1 Droppin' Em (4:22)
2 Smokin' Dopin' (3:31)
3 Fast Peg (1:38)
Co-producer - Bryan Philpot
4 Clap Your Hands (5:07)
Guitar - Billy "Spaceman" Patterson
5 Nitro (4:43)
Co-producer - Eric Sadler , Hank Shocklee
6 You're My Heart (4:42)
7 I'm That Type Of Guy (5:16)
8 Why Do You Think They Call It Dope? (3:49)
9 Going Back To Cali (4:09)
Producer - Rick Rubin
10 It Gets No Rougher (5:16)
Co-producer - Eric Sadler , Hank Shocklee , Keith Shocklee
11 Big Ole Butt (4:34)
12 One Shot At Love (4:18)
Keyboards - David Tobocman
13 1-900 LL Cool J (3:01)
14 Two Different Worlds (5:19)
Vocals - Cydne Monet
15 Jealous (3:54)
16 Jingling Baby (4:15)
17 Def Jam In The Motherland (4:35)
18 Change Your Ways (3:20)

Mobb Deep - Temperature's Rising / Give Up The Goods (Just Step)

A1 Give Up The Goods (Just Step)
Featuring - Big Noyd

A2 Give Up The Goods (Just Step) (Instrumental)

B1 Temperature's Rising (Remix)
Vocals - Crystal Johnson

B2 Temperature's Rising (LP Version)
Vocals - Crystal Johnson

Termanology - Hood Politics Vol. II

1. Let's Go - Intro
2. 4 My Niggaz Locked Down
3. Rear View Mirror
4. Doin' My Job feat. Snuk
5. The War's On
6. Ain't Fuckin' w/ This feat. Prospect (of Terror Squad)
7. How We Live feat. Nas
8. 22 Years
9. Real Recognize Real feat. Qash
10. This Is Hip Hop
11. Book Of Rhymes
12. Holla Back feat. Ghetto
13. They Don't Know feat. Dylan, Clip
14. If I Could Change feat. Twan Hill
15. Let's Get Down
16. Love To You feat. Stali, Clip
17. Still In Effect feat. Ed Rock
18. What Do You Believe In? (Remix) feat. Xzibit
19. Out Da Gate feat. ST. Da Squad
20. Outro

And now I present you with Billy Mitchell: Video Game Player of the CENTURY

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Inhale break beats of hell


O.C. - Half Good Half Sinner (Acapella)

Street Smartz ft. O.C. & Pharoahe Monch - Metal Thangz (Acapella)

Mr. Complex ft. Pharoahe Monch - Gitcha Gitcha Gitcha(Acapella)

Davina - Come Over To My Place(Acapella)


O.C. - Free Your Mind (Acapella)

Yo KING_E...where you at?? And stop bitin' Louie Logic guitar riffs eh...haa just buggin

Jersey of the Day
Jason Kidd
Sizes 54 & 56

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Tuesday, October 09, 2007

We move on the merch, CD's, and shirts...

I clock in soon as I step on the stage I get paid when my record is played.
-Brother Ali

My homey Medium Seen recently did a write up on Brother Ali when he came to Calgary. The show was most DEFINITELY off the hook. Ali ripped it and had everybody feeling his struggle. Blueprint was in attendance and put in work. I mostly witnessed him at the bar abusing his open bar tab. He was giving a lot of props to Jaegermeister and walking around like a regular joe. My crew chatted with him for a bit and all I can say is that cat is real down to earth. I was kinda disappointed he didn't have more wax at the merch table but what can you do? I have a CD EP he did called Vitamins and Minerals which I'll rip once I get a chance to peep it. I was mostly mesmerized by the presence of Ali though. It's not everyday you get to stand and rap with a dude that is so gifted at expressing himself with spoken word as well as writing. I gave him a jersey and thanked him for penning 'Forest Whittaker' and having the courage to put his life on display. He was real real humble and said he remembered meeting me in Seoul and signing my t-shirt. As you can imagine I was shocked he remembered me and signing my t-shirt. I can only say I'd like to get to know duke better. Anyways here's the article.

the Urban Norman Rockwell spreads blood on beats
by Sean P. Young

On the RJD2 track “Final Frontier” Brother Ali’s label mate and fellow veteran underground trench-digger Blueprint suggested that tone-deaf soundmen always worked his gigs, causing “the ass end” of his artform to become exposed.

Like those soundmen, many blogophiles distorted Ali’s importance to this millennium’s resurgence of authentic hip hop by focusing on all the wrong cadences, leaving the “white-rapper” stigma looming near Ali’s potential legacy. For years after his already classic 2003 gem Shadows on the Sun, those confused about Ali’s racial background argued if the albino rapper’s birth parents were black or white.

Finally, in March of 2007 Ali crushed the short-toothed debate, spilling his views about the matter with “Daylight” from his latest album The Undisputed Truth. “They ask me if I’m black or white? I said neither, race is a made up thing, I don’t believe in it.” With the dropping of those two crafty lines, the message board kids were given something new to ponder in their cyber caves of solitude and the fans interested in Brother Ali’s talent were once again free to listen attentively.

“The ones who really listen close to my music tell me about their personal things and how the music relates to their lives, and that’s really important to me,” Ali explains. He affirms that the Undisputed Truth title which Rhymesayers co-owner Sean “Slug” Daly had inked on his neck is meant to indicate Ali's personal experiences learning the nature of self-veracity.

“I’m not trying to educate you or lead you into believing anything in particular, these are just my feelings about certain situations,” he says.

Combining stop and rock on a dime flow, top notch historical knowledge, and production from self-taught virtuoso Ant, it’s hard not to take Ali’s political views as proclamation. The tracks “Uncle Sam God Damn” and “Letter From The Government” are introspective tales concerning forgotten American history and the frustration towards the system felt by the underclassed, respectively.

But again, Ali explains that he has no aspirations to be anybody’s ideological messiah.
“I’m not presenting myself as a leader or as a revolutionary," he says. "I don’t think that’s my role.”

The Undisputed Truth undeniably has the far-reaching capabilities to put Ali and Rhymesayers Entertainment on hip hop’s mainstage, and this may be why they decided to test Warner’s channels of distribution with Ali’s second full-length LP.

“With Warner we really have a lot of options,” Ali says. “Some of the smaller cities we play don’t have independent music shops, but now kids in those places can get my album at Target or Best Buy for about ten dollars.”

Ali, already the people’s champion for his ability to convert crowds of skeptics in seconds with his live act, seems to be chasing down his dream of being the best with a spear-gun. The positive critical and public responses to the “Urban Norman Rockwell” and his Undisputed Truth demonstrate that the dark-ages of hip hop must be coming to a close.

Who: Brother Ali
When: October 6th (The Underground, Calgary)

Blueprint - 1988

01 Intro (0:27)
02 Anything Is Possible (1:30)
03 1988 (3:03)
04 Inner City Native Son (3:24)
05 Tramp (4:45)
06 Boom Box (5:18)
07 Trouble On My Mind (3:39)
08 Lo-Fi Funk (3:31)
Featuring - Aesop Rock
09 Big Girls Need Love Too (4:02)
10 Fresh (2:44)
11 Where's Your Girl At? (3:03)
12 Kill Me First (5:01)
Featuring - CJ The Cynic
13 Liberated (5:05)


Goodie Mob - Still Standing

1 The Experience (2:22)
2 Black Ice (3:25)
Bass - Andre Benjamin
Featuring - OutKast
Guitar - Carlos Glover
3 Fly Away (4:04)
Clavinet - Marvin "Chanz" Parkman
4 The Damn (4:48)
Featuring - Cool Breeze (2)
Scratches - DJ Herb
5 They Don't Dance No Mo' (Clean) (3:25)
Clavinet, Moog, Bass, Synthesizer - Organized Noize
Guitar - David Whild
Vocals - Lil' Will
6 Beautiful Skin (6:10)
Bass - Tarus Mateen
Producer - Craig Love
7 Gutta Butta (4:48)
Piano - Skinny Miracles
8 Ghetto-ology (5:35)
Congas - Omar Phillips
Featuring - Chiefton
Guitar - Craig Love
Keyboards, Producer - Cee-Lo
9 Distant Wilderness (5:28)
Guitar - Martin Terry
Piano - Marvin "Chanz" Parkman
Strings - Cee-Lo
Vocals - Debra Killings
10 Greeny Green (3:57)
Featuring - Witchdoctor
Producer - T-Mo*
11 I Refuse Limitation (6:01)
Featuring - Backbone
Guitar - Martin Terry
12 See You When I See You (2:29)
Mandolin - Teddy Kumpel
Piano - Skinny Miracles
13 Inshallah (5:03)
Producer - DJ Muggs
Scratches - DJ Herb
14 Just About Over (5:25)
Bass - Edgar Bone-E Hinton
Co-producer - Organized Noize
Drums - Victor Alexander
Guitar - Billy Odum
Percussion - Omar Phillips
Producer - David Whild
Vocals - Joi (3) , Whild Peach
15 Still Standing (4:52)
Acoustic Guitar - Shawn Grove
Congas - Kalifani
Vocals - Collier Starks , Mark Starks


Jersey of the Day
"Mean" Joe Greene
Size 56

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

What Would Tyler Durden Do?

Ahmad - Ahmad

1 Freak (5:06)
Backing Vocals - Brenda Lee Eager , Cynthia Bass , Della Miles
Producer - Brian C. Walls
2 Back In The Day (5:18)
3 Touch The Ceiling (3:43)
4 The Jones' (4:24)
Backing Vocals - Brenda Lee Eager , Cynthia Bass , Della Miles , Roger Troutman
5 Can I Party? (3:47)
Producer - Maurice Thompson
6 You Gotta Be... (4:25)
Backing Vocals - Brenda Lee Eager
7 We Want The Funk (4:51)
Backing Vocals - Brenda Lee Eager , Cynthia Bass , Della Miles , Roger Troutman
8 The Palladium (4:49)
9 Homeboys First (3:49)
10 Ordinary People (3:52)
Backing Vocals - Brenda Lee Eager , David Elliot (2)
11 Back In The Day (Remix) (5:06)
Remix - Ahmad (2) , Jay Supreme , Maurice Thompson
12 Back In The Day (Jeep Mix) (5:16)
Remix - Ahmad (2) , Jay Supreme , Maurice Thompson


Antipop Consortium - Shopping Carts Crashing

01 Shopping Carts Crashing
02 Angular
03 Tilt
04 Throat Culture
05 Starring Me As Me
06 Excerpt #1-"Caution: Wet Floor"
07 Technocracy
08 Systalic Quiescence
09 Excerpt #2
10 Basix


The Goats - Tricks Of The Shade

1 We Got Freaks
2 Typical American
3 Hangerhead Is Born
4 Whatcha Got Is Whatcha Gettin'
5 Columbus' Boat Ride
6 R U Down With Da Goats
7 Cumin' In Ya Ear
8 Noriega's Coke Stand
9 Got Kinda Hi
10 Unodostressquattro
11 Georgie Bush Kids
12 Wrong Pot 2 Piss In
13 Hip-Hopola
14 Leonard Peltier In A Cage
15 ? Do The Digs Dug ?
16 Carnival Cops
17 TV Cops
18 Tattooed Lady
19 Tricks Of The Shade
20 Not Not Bad
21 Rovie Wade, The Sword Swallower
22 Aaah D Yaaa
23 Drive-By Bumper Cars
24 Burn The Flag
25 Uncle Scam's Shooting Gallery

Jersey of the Day
Warren Moon
Sizes 52 & 54

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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Yes my name is....Dinking Wizard Sleeve™

Whattup ya'll?

I had to revisit this classic shit.

Showbiz & A.G. - Soul Clap EP reissue

1 Intro (1:05)
2 Party Groove (Instrumental) (3:18)
3 Soul Clap (Short Version) (4:02)
Producer - Diamond D
4 Catchin' Wreck (4:15)
5 Party Groove (Bass Mix) (3:19)
6 Diggin' In The Crates (6:00)
Featuring - Diamond D , Lord Finesse
7 Soul Clap (Off Beat Mix) (4:18)
8 Giant In The Mental (4:26)
Scratches - DJ Premier
9 It's Up To You (Bonus)(4:47)
10 Soul Clap (Original Version) (5:28)

DJ Mark Farina - Mushroom Jazz 4

1 Pete Rock A Little Soul (Petestrumental) (3:52)
2 Scienz of Life Hot Bananas (4:26)
3 People Under The Stairs Suite For Beaver Pt. 1 (6:57)
4 Maspyke Truth In Position (2:31)
5 Trankilou Chicago Babe (3:02)
6 JBoom Wiggle And Giggle (2:46)
7 Ripshop Shoplif (1:56)
Featuring - Mr. Lif
8 Laurnea Keep Your Head Up (4:55)
9 DJ Slave Original Beats (4:08)
10 Fat Jon No (1:56)
11 Wick Wack Mellow Soul Fruit (5:42)
12 Benny Blanco Listen (4:09)
13 Bernal Boogie Phone Tap (3:59)
14 Sub-Conscious Irreconcilable (3:49)
15 Julius Papp & Dave Warrin Seems To Know (3:17)
16 Space Hopper Find Yourself (1:43)
17 Tek 9 Seven Days (1:38)
Remix - DJ Spinna
18 Dubble D Big Fish (5:38)
19 Greyboy Bath Music (3:26)


Mr. Chibbs talking about Bernard King

Jersey of the Day
Allen Iverson
Philadelphia 76'ers 1996
$80 + shipping
Size 56

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