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|Cold Crush Brothers|
All the Way Live in 82
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
"Succeeds in forever preserving a handful of fleeting moments from hip-hop's golden age ... culled from an assortment of early-eighties live performances, this collection is as `real' as hip-hop gets." -- THE SOURCE Cri... more »
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"Succeeds in forever preserving a handful of fleeting moments from hip-hop's golden age ... culled from an assortment of early-eighties live performances, this collection is as `real' as hip-hop gets." -- THE SOURCE Critically acclaimed live performances by the legendary Cold Crush Brothers, the premiere old school MC/DJ rap crew, recorded in their prime. Featuring lead rapper Grandmaster Caz, Cold Crush Brothers "basically set the standard for live shows of the time" according to the Hip-Hop Network.
Nice live album
methodic | Denmark | 04/24/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a rather good album which deserves attention from anyone interested in live and/or old school hip-hop. Don't let it put you off that there's only 6 tracks here. The album has normal length because of the playing time of the tracks. For a couple of reasons it's not as good as the "Charlie Chase Presents..." Cold Crush album; the sound quality is rather low, and the tracks that appear on both albums are mostly better on the other. An exception is "Freestylin", which together with "Yvette" are the best tracks on this album. All in all a good album which you most likely will not regret buying."
Good Live Album From The Legends Of The Old School
Tony Christou | South Friern, London, United Kingdom | 08/06/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Cold Crush Brothers (Grandmaster Caz, DJ Charlie Chase, DJ Tony Tone, J.D.L., Almighty K.G. and Easy A.D.) were one of the pioneers of Hip-Hop from Sedgewick Avenue, the Bronx in the 70's. They recorded a few tracks in the 80's, they appeared on the original sountrack of the film WildStyle. The six members never recorded a studio album only DJ Tony Tone & Almighty K.G. with Troopers (1988) for B-Boy Records still carrying the name Cold Crush Brothers. This is the nearest you will get to an album with the six members. Soundwise its a bit rough, but you can still hear the music and rapping. Overall I recommend this album if you like old schol Hip-Hop"
Chris | St.Louis,MO | 07/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There are some sick Freestyle Rhymes over this from 82 yes way back in the day when I was not even born.But wow they were some tight Rhymes from way back when by the Cold Crush Brothers and Grandmaster Caz from 1982.Now I know why they say he was so good it is because he was purely dopeness"