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DE LA SOUL

Live at Tramps, NYC, 1996 (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Tan LP - £29.99 | Buy
Record Store Day 2024 - CD in 4 panel slipcase - £19.99 | Buy
De La Soul's Live at Tramps, NYC, 1996 is a time machine for fans old and new.
DE LA SOUL

STAKES IS HIGH (2023 reissue)

indies only 2lp - £28.99 | Buy
Their first entirely self produced project, this lp is a must have for any hip hop fan.
DE LA SOUL

DE LA SOUL IS DEAD (2023 reissue)

cd - £14.99 | Buy
Despite their rapid success and recognition, De La Soul continued to prove themselves as one of the most original, authentic and creative groups in hip-hop, wit...
DE LA SOUL

3 Feet High and Rising (2023 reissue)

limited yellow 2lp - £32.99 | Buy
limited magenta 2lp - £32.99 | Buy

black 2lp - £29.99

CD - £15.99 | Buy
UNDISPUTED CLASSIC THAT REDEFINED HIP-HOP!.
BUHLOONE MINDSTATE (2023 reissue)
  1. Intro (cd & cassette only)
  2. Eye Patch
  3. En Focus
  4. Patti Dooke
  5. I Be Blowin'
  6. Long Island Wildin' (cd & cassette only)
  7. Ego Trippin' (Part Two)
  8. Paul's Revenge (cd & cassette only)
  9. 3 Days Later
  10. Area
  11. I Am I Be
  12. In the Woods
  13. Breakadawn
  14. Dave Has a Problem...Seriously (cd & cassette only)
  15. Stone Age

DE LA SOUL

BUHLOONE MINDSTATE (2023 reissue)

chrysalis records
  • indies only lp

    Released: 5th May 2023

    £28.99
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The group's third studio release, Buhloone Mindstate released on September 21, 1993, saw them evolve into a new sound as they continued to grow, stylistically and musically.

There were several moments on the album which proved the band had matured. "I Be Blowin'" was a departure as the track was an instrumental featuring saxophone playing by Maceo Parker. The introspective "I Am I Be" showed De La Soul at their most self-referential to date. "Long Island Wildin'" was a collaboration with Japanese hip hop artists Kan Takagi (Major Force) and trio Scha Dara Parr (SDP). The album's first single, "Breakadawn", used a sample of Michael Jackson's "I Can't Help It" and Smokey Robinson's "Quiet Storm".De La Soul collaborated for the first time with Gang Starr's Guru on "Patti Dooke", and female MC Shortie No Mas who was prominent on many tracks on the album and showcased particularly on "In The Woods". The album ended with an old school Biz Markie collaboration called "Stone Age". The album was a critical success with Rolling Stone listing it as one of the best hip hop albums of all time.