Jungle Brothers

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Done By The Forces Of Nature
Used - LP - 26072
1989 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve With Printed Lyrics. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Straight Out The Jungle
Used - LP - GEE A001
UK Original With Bonus 12". Album Tracks Include "I'll House You (The Gee St. Reconstruction)" And "The Promo." The Bonus 12" Includes "Jungle Beats," "Jungle Bass" And "Ultimatum Megamix." Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Straight Out The Jungle
Colored Vinyl - New - PONE9010
Sealed 2022 Reissue Pressed On Clear & Smoke Vinyl. A RSD Essential Release Colour Variant, Came Sealed In Outer Resealable Sleeve With Obi Style Hype Strip. The Legendary Debut From The Native Tongues Posse. "The Landmark Opening Salvo From The Jungle Brothers, Straight Out The Jungle Was Also The Very First Album From The Native Tongues Posse, Which Would Utterly Transform Hip-hop Over The Next Few Years. That Alone Would Be Enough To Make It A Groundbreaking Release, But Straight Out The Jungle Also Contains The Musical Seeds For A Number Of Soon To Be Dominant Trends. Their Taste For Jazzy Horn Samples Helped Kickstart The Entire Jazz-rap Movement, And Their Concurrent James Brown Fixation Was One Of The First To Follow Eric B. & Rakim's Lead. Plus, The Group's Groundbreaking Collaboration With Legendary House Producer Todd Terry, "I'll House You," Is Also Here; It Paved The Way For Numerous Hip-house Hybrids That Shot Up The Dance And Pop Charts Over The Next Few Years. The Lyrics Were Often As Cerebral As The Music Was Adventurous And Eclectic, Appealing To The Mind Rather Than The Gut -- And The Fact That Rap Didn't Necessarily Have To Sound As Though It Were Straight Off The Streets Was Fairly Revelatory At The Time. "Black Is Black" And The Title Cut Are Some Of The First Flowerings Of Afrocentric Hip-hop, But The Group Isn't Always So Serious; "I'm Gonna Do You," "Behind The Bush," And The Sly, Classic "Jimbrowski" Are All Playfully Sexy Without Descending Into Misogyny. To Modern Ears, Straight Out The Jungle Will Likely Sound Somewhat Dated -- The Raw, Basement-level Production Is Pretty Rudimentary Even Compared To Their Second Album, And Makes The Jazz-rap Innovations A Bit Difficult To Fully Comprehend, Plus The Album Ends On Several Throwaways. But It Is Possible To Hear The Roots Of Hip-hop's Intellectual Wing, Not To Mention A Sense Of Fun And Positivity That Hearkened Back To The Music's Earliest Sugar Hill Days -- And That's Why Straight Out The Jungle Ultimately Holds Up." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Straight Out The Jungle
Colored Vinyl - New - PONE9010
Sealed 2022 LP Reissue Pressed On Special Edition Clear Smoke Coloured Vinyl. "The Landmark Opening Salvo From The Jungle Brothers, Straight Out The Jungle Was Also The Very First Album From The Native Tongues Posse, Which Would Utterly Transform Hip-hop Over The Next Few Years. That Alone Would Be Enough To Make It A Groundbreaking Release, But Straight Out The Jungle Also Contains The Musical Seeds For A Number Of Soon To Be Dominant Trends. Their Taste For Jazzy Horn Samples Helped Kickstart The Entire Jazz-Rap Movement, And Their Concurrent James Brown Fixation Was One Of The First To Follow Eric B. & Rakim's Lead. Plus, The Group's Groundbreaking Collaboration With Legendary House Producer Todd Terry, "I'll House You," Is Also Here; It Paved The Way For Numerous Hip-House Hybrids That Shot Up The Dance And Pop Charts Over The Next Few Years. The Lyrics Were Often As Cerebral As The Music Was Adventurous And Eclectic, Appealing To The Mind Rather Than The Gut -- And The Fact That Rap Didn't Necessarily Have To Sound As Though It Were Straight Off The Streets Was Fairly Revelatory At The Time. "Black Is Black" And The Title Cut Are Some Of The First Flowerings Of Afrocentric Hip-Hop, But The Group Isn't Always So Serious; "I'm Gonna Do You," "Behind The Bush," And The Sly, Classic "Jimbrowski" Are All Playfully Sexy Without Descending Into Misogyny. To Modern Ears, Straight Out The Jungle Will Likely Sound Somewhat Dated -- The Raw, Basement-level Production Is Pretty Rudimentary Even Compared To Their Second Album, And Makes The Jazz-Rap Innovations A Bit Difficult To Fully Comprehend, Plus The Album Ends On Several Throwaways. But It Is Possible To Hear The Roots Of Hip-hop's Intellectual Wing, Not To Mention A Sense Of Fun And Positivity That Hearkened Back To The Music's Earliest Sugar Hill Days -- And That's Why Straight Out The Jungle Ultimately Holds Up." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more

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