Never befrore released Fat and Hardcore Hip Hop from 1992. A time stamp of the year featuring rugged production, firing horn sections, fast raps, caustic deliveries and unashamed local accents. The sound sits somewhere betweenThe London Posse, Demon Boyz and Cyprus Hill. No official releases exist and apparently no billed gigs were ever played, but there is no doubt that had 'Say What I wanna Say' been given a proper release at the time of it's production in 1992, it would today sit comfortably amongst bonafide UK Hip Hop classics of that era and be considered a part of UK Hip Hop heritage. For me, they stand for something. It's an artefact. A relic from an era long forgotten, from a crew who loved doing what they did, and did it for the love alone. An important piece of history, that never happened whilst simultaneously happened in the most real way possible and for me embodies the true spirit of Hip Hop. Three of these tracks were mixed down by a then unknown Roots Manuva and appeared on a very limited run of white labels in 1993 that never made it to official release. One of these would set you back L75 if you managed to find it on Discogs, while the other three tracks only ever existed on a cassette and are being released for the first time ever. So pleased to announce this one - It's been a long time in the workings.. Brand new Fat Hop records - The DOPEST 1992 Hip Hop tracks, restored, remastered and available on vinyl. Neighbourhood Threat" !!!" - deep. Hu.
United Kingdom Release
This version of the record was released for the audience in the United Kingdom and has been imported to the United States.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.