Sonntag, 26. Februar 2012

Def Jam: ft. Watch The Throne

First of all I don't support this release, I don't need this in my collection and I am not willing to pay 120 € for synthie bling-bling music just because of a very special release artwork.

But due to the fact that the picture discs and the gold embossed cover are kinda something special I am open to share the picture right here on the blog.

Please use the comment section for discussion ;)

Artists: Jay-Z & Kanye West
Title: Watch The Throne
Format: 2LP Limited Edition

A1: No Church In The Wild (feat Frank Ocean)
A2: Lift Off (feat Beyonce)
A3: Ni**as In Paris
A4: Otis (feat Otis Redding)
B1: Gotta Have It
B2: New Day
B3: That's My Bitch
B4: Welcome To The Jungle

C1: Who Gon Stop Me
C2: Murder To Excellence
C3: Made In America (feat Frank Ocean)
C4: Why I Love You (feat Mr Hudson)
D1: Illest Motherf**ker Alive
D2: HAM
D3: Primetime


Thanks to Def Jam and the involved artists for a brilliant example how hip-hop should not be ... Def Jam was a dope label back in the days. All copyrights reserved by their owners, posted for promo only.

Kommentare:

  1. if you don't want support that jiggy shit.
    don't post it!!!thats it!!!!

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  2. This is a blogspot for rare and limited hip-hop records. Most of the records get my support because I like but my taste is not crucial. So maybe some readers are interested in this and shouldn't miss out just because it's no stuff for me ... and on a side note the type of cover is a nice idea, embossing is a great idea !!!

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  3. Post gave me a good laugh this morning. $120-130 for some kanye and hova, haha. Someone at def scam is smoking crack. I say post things like this for the humor aspect.

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  4. I wouldnt pay that price either. I didnt even buy the cd for $15. But the embossed cover and artwork is fly. I appreciate you throwing it up on your blog for those reasons.

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  5. the packaging is excellent, no question about that but the asking price is obscene. i wouldn't pay that for any record though.

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  6. What's even more crazy is they don't seem to release the production numbers to the public. Maybe they have, but not that I've seen. They could be sitting on 5,000+ of these for all anyone knows. Hova gonna cop himself a private island just from this press alone :P

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  7. the nintendo generation don,t even rock a turntable.... they gonna look for a free download ( or pay). older cats don,t listen to this pophop shit,l maybe a handfull of fans will cop this ......

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