Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Goin Way Back Show #103: The Year Was 1987

The year was 1987. Acid wash jeans and Coca-Cola sweatshirts were the sh*t. Everybody was rockin Fila, Lotto, and Troop. The ultimate accessory was a fat gold chain. LL Cool J was the man, but a whole new wave of emcee's were about to burst onto the scene. 1987 saw the debut of albums from Public Enemy, Boogie Down Productions, Eric B and Rakim, Dana Dane, Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, Steady B, MC Hammer, and the original lineup of N.W.A. And The Posse. Big Daddy Kane, EPMD, and Audio Two had the streets buzzin' with hot singles. Hip Hop was in full effect! Yours truly, DJ 69 takes you on a trip down memory lane. Where were you in 1987?
I was being born. F'real. Check out Money-B's tracklisting below:
1. Intro (Money B)
2. Cold Gettin Dumb II (Just Ice)
3. Poetry (Boogie Down Productions)
4. Cinderfella Dana Dane (Dana Dane)
5. Jack the Ripper (LL Cool J)
6. Mack Attack (Too Short)
7. Yo! Bum Rush the Show (Public Enemy)
8. Down By Law (MC Shan)
9. Overweight Lovers in the House
10. Last Night (Kid N' Play)
11. Break 2 (Money B)
12. Dopeman (N.W.A. and The Posse)
13. I'm Bad (LL Cool J)
14. Everlasting Bass (Rodney O and Joe Cooley)
15. Lyrical King (T La Rock)
16. As the Rhyme Goes (Eric B and Rakim)
17. Squeeze the Trigger (Ice T)
18. Just Rhymin' With Biz (Big Daddy Kane feat. Biz Markie)
19. Ya Better Bring a Gun (King Tee feat. Mixmaster Spade)
20. Be Yourself (Whodini Feat. Millie Jackson)
21. It's My Thang (EPMD)
22. Saturday Night (Schoolly D)
23. Do The James (Super Lover Cee and Cassanova Rud)
24. It's Like That Y'all (Sweet Tee and Jazzy Joyce)
25. Have A Nice Day (Roxanne Shante)
26. The Godfather (Spoonie G)
27. Break 3 (Money B)
28. Ring 'Em (MC Hammer)
29. I Gotta Be Tough (MC Shy D)
30. We Want Some Pussy (2 Live Crew)
31. Top Billin' (Audio Two)
32. Outro (Money B)