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N.W.A. & Posse
N.W.A. & Posse
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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All Artists: N.W.A.
Title: N.W.A. & Posse
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Priority Records
Original Release Date: 9/29/1989
Re-Release Date: 11/13/1989
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Old School, West Coast, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 049925711929, 0049925711950, 049925711912

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Strictly for the die-hards
Sylas Lapham | Lansing, MI | 03/14/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"About the only thing this album is worth is the inclusion of the original mixes of Boyz N Tha Hood and Dope Man. They aren't that drastically different than the versions that appeared on Eazy-Duz-It and Straight Outta Compton. There is also the lame clean version of 8-Ball (NOT the original song, but a clean, radio version, which is only interesting in that it was on the D.O.C's "It's Funky Enough". This hodge-podge was thrown together by Macola more-or-less to make some money off of NWA, whose future at that point was up in the air because Ice Cube was off at college. The songs came from the "Boyz" 12", the "Panic Zone" 12" and were rounded out by D.O.C.'s Fila Fresh Crew and the song "Scream" by Rappinstine, which was later replaced by "A Bitch Iz A Bitch" when Ruthless got the rights back to this album in 1989. (That song was originally on the Express Yourself 12" and is now a bonus track on "Straight Outta Compton" as well).
This is interesting more or less for historical purposes, but there's nothing on really that's all that important. Aside from the original mixes of "Boyz" and "Dope Man", this is for die-hards only. The rest is 2nd rate typical early/mid 80's generic rap, which gives no indication of what would follow."
N.W.A. and The Posse | Grand Haven, Michigan | 09/03/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"For all you old school hardcore rap lovers, this is the C.D. for you. When this C.D. released in 1989, it had no parallel, and still has no parallel today. Never has the world seen such a collection of rap musicians at the beginings of their soon-to-be successful careers. I recommend it to all who love the early years of rap in its purest form, HARDCORE!!! If you like this C.D., I also recommend the early years of Public Enemy."
That "Very Underrated" guy is an idiot
aftermath hero | Gangsta Winnipeg, Canada | 02/03/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"this goes out to that guy that said NWA and the posse was thier third album....first of all this album is NWA's FIRST ALBUM not thier third, their ablums go in this order "NWA and the Posse" then "Straight Outta Compton" then "efil4zaggiN" if ur a true NWA fan you would know this, but ovously you dont u stupid idiot. do me a favour and never listen to NWA agian you digrace them. ok know that i got that outta the way this album was a good start for NWA with Boyz n the Hood this is old school and the start of gangsa rap"