Even if the Bomb Squad in its initial training has been credited as such on a handful of discs, the crew of producers consisting of Carl Ryder (aka Chuck D), Hank Shocklee, Keith Shocklee and Eric "Vietnam" Sadler was decisively influenced hip-hop. Famous for having produced the classic Public Enemy "It Takes A Nation Of Million To Hold Us Back", often cited as the best rap album of all time, they have also contributed, collectively and individually, to redefine modern pop.
Between tracks like "Know The Ledge" by Eric B & Rakim and more overlooked titles by Robert S or K9 Posse, Bashir has selected some of their best productions spread over three mixes, one on CD, the second edition limited to 100 copies on cassette, and the last on digicard to pay tribute to the legendary crew from Long Island.
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1 - Intro
2 - Ice Cube: What They Hittin' Foe?
3 - Run-DMC: Oooh Watcha Gonna Do
4 - Public Enemy: Rebel Without A Pause
5 - 3rd Bass: Steppin' To The AM
6 - Public Enemy: Brothers Gonna Work It Out
7 - K9 Posse: It Gets No Deeper
8 - Leaders Of The New School: Sobb Story
9 - Slick Rick: KIT (What's The Scoop)
10 - Robert S: Big Words
11 - Public Enemy: Night Of The Living Baseheads
12 - True Mathematics: KAOSS
13 - Public Enemy: Fight the Power
14 - Kings Of Pressure: Brains Unchained
15 - Terminator X featuring Chuck D and Sister Souljah: BuckWhylin'
16 - LL Cool J: It Gets No Rougher
17 - Nikki D: Wasted
18 - 7A3: Coolin In Cali
19 - Ice Cube: Amerikkka's Most Wanted
20 - Son Of Bazerk: The Band Gets Swivey On The Wheels
21 - Juvenile Committee: Juvenile Rules
22 - Eric B & Rakim: Know The Ledge
23 - Public Enemy: Caught, Can We Get A Witness?
1 - Spectrum City : Check Out The Radio
2 - Chilly Tee : Thinking Of Master Plan
3 - Run-DMC : 3 In The Head
4 - Young Black Teenagers : Korner Groove
5 - Slick Rick : The Moment I Fear
6 - The Stop The Violence Movement : Self Destruction
7 - Aaron Hall : Don't Be Afraid
8 - Chuck D : But Can You Kill The N-gger In You?
1 - Butch Cassidy's Funk Bunch : On A Dj's Birthday
2 - Kings Of Pressure : Armed And Dangerous
3 - Doug E Fresh : Spirit
4 - Peter Gabriel : Steam
5 - Robert S : Good As Gold
6 - The She Rockers : Give It A Rest
7 - 3rd Bass : Oval Office
8 - Big Daddy Kane : Nuff Respect
9 - Public Enemy : Rightstarter (Message To A Black Man)
1 - The Bomb Squad New Jack Mix
2 - Chaka Khan: Slow Dancin'
3 - Jody Watley: Friends featuring Eric B & Rakim
4 - The Neville Brothers: Sister Rosa
5 - Blue Magic: Romeo & Juliet
6 - Maze featuring Frankie Beverly: Joy & Pain
7 - Sinead O'Connor: The Emperor's New Clothes
8 - Bell Biv Devoe: Let Me Know Something?!
9 - Vanessa Williams: The Right Stuff
10 - Paula Abdul: Cold Hearted