RUN DMC - The First Album album flac
is the debut studio album of American hip hop group Run–D. released on March 27, 1984 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. It was considered groundbreaking for its time, presenting a harder, more aggressive form of hip hop. The album's sparse beats and aggressive rhymes were in sharp contrast with the light, funky sound that was popular in hip hop at the time
Made in West Germany "BCM 33085" is printed on the slice ". 33-2100-43" is printed on the vinyl. Rights Society: GEMA BIEM.
If anyone is looking for a classic rap album to start off their collection then look no further than 'Raising Hell' by Run-Dmc. It's probably this album more than any other (alongside The Beastie Boys' 'Licensed To Ill') which is responsible for kick-starting so many people's love & devotion to the music & art of hip-hop during the mid to late 1980's - including mine. In fact it's this album which - in my view - ushered in the nu-skool 'golden-age' of rap of the late 80's. It was groundbreaking on many fronts.
Run DMC raising hell( full album). SME (от лица компании "Arista"); UMPI, PEDL, LatinAutor, ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, CMRRA, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (9). Композиция. Авторы текста и музыки. Darryl McDaniels, Jason Mizell, Rick Rubin, Joseph Simmons.
Run-DMC was the first group in the genre to have an album certified gold (Run–D. 1984) and to be nominated for a Grammy Award. They were the first to earn a platinum record ( King of Rock, 1985), the first to earn a multi-platinum certification ( Raising Hell, 1986), the first to have their music videos broadcast on MTV, and the first. DMC Jam Master Jay Run. who injected hip-hop into hard rock and released three classic albums in the '80s. Label: BCM Records - BCM 33085,BCM Records - .
Does Run-DMC Have The First Classic Album? Darryl McDaniels Weighs In. August 2, 2016 2:05 P. Run-DMC, the Kings from Queens, had their legacy widely respected from both rock and rap publications, as they rewrote the G-code with every new single, album and music video they released throughout the 1980s. Today, the group’s name is synonymous with a myriad of cultural appreciation such as fashion (adidas® Shell Toe; leather jackets), remembrance (. to Jam Master Jay and the basic art of deejaying) and quintessential rhymes ( I won’t stop rockin’ till I retire! ). Darry McDaniels recently found his way back into the news when he opened up about his battle with depression that almost.
Run-DMC was the first group in the genre to have a album certified gold (Run–D. They were the first to earn a platinum record (King of Rock, 1985), the first to earn a multi-platinum certification (Raising Hell, 1986), the first to have their music videos broadcast on MTV, and the first to appear on American Bandstand and the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Run-DMC was the only hip hop act to perform at the . Live Aid concert in 1985. Simmons soon wanted to record again--this time with McDaniels, but Russell refused, citing a dislike for D's rhyming style. After they graduated from high school and started college in 1982, Simmons and McDaniels finally convinced Russell to let them record as a duo, and they recruited Mizell (who was now known as Jam Master Jay) to be their official DJ.
Run DMC was the first Rap group to have an album certified Gold with their self-titled album in 1984. 1 of 4. Old photo slideshow.
Run DMC released their first album March 27, 1984. Their first album is self-titled. The accomplishments of Run-DMC - Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons, Darryl "DMC" McDaniels, and Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell - are unparalleled:, The first rap act to have a R&B charting rap album, The first rap act to have a Top 10 pop charting rap album, The first rap act to earn RIAA gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums, The first rap act.
The third single from Run DMC’s debut album Run DMC. This track is groundbreaking because it’s the first time a Hip Hop record incorporates rock, with a heavy rock guitar riff and solos, taking a big departure from the disco-glossed rap of most of their predecessors. Run DMC would continue to develop this sound on their following albums with their break-out song King Of Rock and especially the worldwide crossover hit Walk This Way with rock band Aerosmith. 14. Hit It Run (1986). I’m the devastating mic controller .
Tracklist Hide Credits
Guitar [Special Guest Guitarist] – Eddie Martinez
|A4||Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2)||3:12|
|A5||Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1)||3:07|
|B1||It's Like That||4:45|
- Licensed From – Profile Records
- Recorded At – Greene St. Recording
- Art Direction – Dick Smith
- Co-producer [Assistant Producer] – Roddy Hui*
- Music By – Orange Krush
- Photography By – Trever Green
- Producer – Larry Smith, Russell Simmons
NotesMade in West Germany
"BCM 33085" is printed on the slice
"B.C. 33-2100-43" is printed on the vinyl
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA BIEM
- Barcode: 4 005934 330854
- Label Code: LC 8116
|PRO-1202||Run-D.M.C.*||Run-D.M.C. (LP, Album)||Profile Records||PRO-1202||US||1984|
|PCD-1202||Run-D.M.C.*||Run-D.M.C. (CD, Album)||Profile Records||PCD-1202||US||Unknown|
|07822 16406 2||Run-D.M.C.*||Run-D.M.C. (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Profile Records||07822 16406 2||Russia||Unknown|
|07822 16406 2||Run-D.M.C.*||Run-D.M.C. (CD, Album, RE)||Profile Records, Arista||07822 16406 2||US||1999|
|BRCA 506||Run-D.M.C.*||Run-D.M.C. (Cass, Album)||4th & Broadway||BRCA 506||UK||1984|