Notorious B.I.G.

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Born Again
New - LP - 081227940966
Sealed 2017 2LP Gatefold Reissue, With Custom Hype Sticker On Front. Includes 2-Page Insert With Credits. more
Greatest Hits
New Import - 603497859245
Sealed 2018 Reissue From Europe. Originally Released In 2007. Custom Hype Sticker On The Front. Small, Gentle Crease Top Right Corner, Small Crease Line On Spine Edge & Tiny Ding Left Top Corner. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 101830
Sealed 2007 2LP Vinyl. more
Hypnotize
Colored Vinyl - RCV1-544507
Sealed 2017 20th Anniversary Colored Vinyl 12" Single. First Time On Vinyl In The US. Originally Released As The First Single From His Album Life After Death On March 1, 1997. It Was The Last Song He Released In His Lifetime, As He Was Killed A Week Later. It Was The Fifth Song By A Credited Artist To Hit Number One Posthumously. It Was Ranked At Number 30 On Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Rap Songs Of All Time In Hip Hop History. more
Life After Death
New Import - R1 541302 / 081227960704
Sealed 2022 3LP Reissue, Housed In A Single Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker On Front. "It May Have Taken The Notorious B.i.g. A Few Years To Follow Up His Milestone Debut, Ready To Die (1994), With Another Album, But When He Did Return With Life After Death In 1997, He Did So In A Huge Way. The Ambitious Album, Intended As Somewhat Of A Sequel To Ready To Die, Picking Up Where Its Predecessor Left Off, Sprawled Across The Span Of Two Discs, Each Filled With Music, 24 Songs In All. You'd Expect Any Album This Sprawling To Include Some Lackluster Filler. That's Not Really The Case With Life After Death, However. Like 2pac's All Eyez On Me From A Year Before, An Obvious Influence, Biggie's Album Made Extensive Use Of Various Producers -- Dj Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Clark Kent, Rza, And More Of New York's Finest -- Resulting In A Diverse, Eclectic Array Of Songs. Plus, Biggie Similarly Brought In Various Guest Rappers -- Jay-z, Lil' Kim, Bone Thugs, Too $hort, L.o.x., Mase -- A Few Vocalists -- R. Kelly, Angela Winbush, 112 -- And, Of Course, Puff Daddy, Who Is Much More Omnipresent Here Than On Ready To Die, Where He Mostly Remained On The Sidelines. It's Perhaps Puffy Himself To Thank For This Album's Biggest Hits: "Mo Money Mo Problems," "Hypnotize," "Sky's The Limit," Three Songs That Definitely Owe Much To His Pop Touch. There's Still Plenty Of The Gangsta Tales On Life After Death That Won Biggie So Much Admiration On The Streets, But It's The Pop-laced Songs That Stand Out As Highlights. In Hindsight, Biggie Couldn't Have Ended His Career With A More Fitting Album Than Life After Death. Over The Course Of Only Two Albums, He Achieved Every Success Imaginable, Perhaps None Greater Than This Unabashedly Over-reaching Success. Ready To Die Is A Milestone Album, For Sure, But It's Nowhere Near As Extravagant Or Epic As Life After Death." AMG Review By Jason Birchmeier. more
Life After Death
New - LP - 73011
Rare 3LP Set From 1997 - 24 Tracks In All. Factory Sealed. more
Life After Death (25th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition)
Box Set - 603497841837
Sealed 2022 Limited Super Deluxe 25th Anniversary 3LP Boxset, Including Additional 5 12" Singles. The Final Album From Biggie Smalls, Eerily Released Sixteen Days After His Murder. An Iconic Piece Of Hip-Hop Lore. "It May Have Taken The Notorious B.i.g. A Few Years To Follow Up His Milestone Debut, Ready To Die (1994), With Another Album, But When He Did Return With Life After Death In 1997, He Did So In A Huge Way. The Ambitious Album, Intended As Somewhat Of A Sequel To Ready To Die, Picking Up Where Its Predecessor Left Off, Sprawled Across The Span Of Two Discs, Each Filled With Music, 24 Songs In All. You'd Expect Any Album This Sprawling To Include Some Lackluster Filler. That's Not Really The Case With Life After Death, However. Like 2pac's All Eyez On Me From A Year Before, An Obvious Influence, Biggie's Album Made Extensive Use Of Various Producers -- Dj Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Clark Kent, Rza, And More Of New York's Finest -- Resulting In A Diverse, Eclectic Array Of Songs. Plus, Biggie Similarly Brought In Various Guest Rappers -- Jay-z, Lil' Kim, Bone Thugs, Too $hort, L.o.x., Mase -- A Few Vocalists -- R. Kelly, Angela Winbush, 112 -- And, Of Course, Puff Daddy, Who Is Much More Omnipresent Here Than On Ready To Die, Where He Mostly Remained On The Sidelines. It's Perhaps Puffy Himself To Thank For This Album's Biggest Hits: "Mo Money Mo Problems," "Hypnotize," "Sky's The Limit," Three Songs That Definitely Owe Much To His Pop Touch. There's Still Plenty Of The Gangsta Tales On Life After Death That Won Biggie So Much Admiration On The Streets, But It's The Pop-laced Songs That Stand Out As Highlights. In Hindsight, Biggie Couldn't Have Ended His Career With A More Fitting Album Than Life After Death. Over The Course Of Only Two Albums, He Achieved Every Success Imaginable, Perhaps None Greater Than This Unabashedly Over-reaching Success. Ready To Die Is A Milestone Album, For Sure, But It's Nowhere Near As Extravagant Or Epic As Life After Death." AMG Review By Jason Birchmeier. more
Ready To Die
Used - LP - R1-562969
2022 2LP Splattered Vinyl. Vinyl Me, Please Essential Pressing In Deluxe Embossed & Foiled Stamped Cover. Notorious's Debut Repressed. more
Ready To Die
New - LP - 73005
Sealed 1995 2LP. more
Ready To Die
New - LP - RR1 285201
Sealed 2013 2LP Gatefold Reissue. more
Ready To Die
New - LP - RR1 285201
Sealed 2022 2LP Gatefold Reissue. The Seminal Debut From Brooklyn's Finest. "The Album That Reinvented East Coast Rap For The Gangsta Age, Ready To Die Made The Notorious B.I.G. A Star, And Vaulted Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy Label Into The Spotlight As Well. Today It's Recognized As One Of The Greatest Hardcore Rap Albums Ever Recorded, And That's Mostly Due To Biggie's Skill As A Storyteller. His Raps Are Easy To Understand, But His Skills Are Hardly Lacking -- He Has A Loose, Easy Flow And A Talent For Piling Multiple Rhymes On Top Of One Another In Quick Succession. He's Blessed With A Flair For The Dramatic, And Slips In And Out Of Different Contradictory Characters With Ease. Yet, No Matter How Much He Heightens Things For Effect, It's Always Easy To See Elements Of Biggie In His Narrators And Of His Own Experience In The Details; Everything Is Firmly Rooted In Reality, But Plays Like Scenes From A Movie. A Sense Of Doom Pervades His Most Involved Stories: Fierce Bandits ("Gimme The Loot"), A Hustler's Beloved Girlfriend ("Me & My Bitch"), And Robbers Out For Biggie's Newfound Riches ("Warning") All Die In Hails Of Gunfire. The Album Is Also Sprinkled With Reflections On The Soul-draining Bleakness Of The Streets -- "Things Done Changed," "Ready To Die," And "Everyday Struggle" Are Powerfully Affecting In Their Confusion And Despair. Not Everything Is So Dark, Though; Combs' Production Collaborations Result In Some Upbeat, Commercial Moments, And Typically Cop From Recognizable Hits: The Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" On The Graphic Sex Rap "One More Chance," Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" On The Rags-to-riches Chronicle "Juicy," And The Isley Brothers' "Between The Sheets" On The Overweight-lover Anthem "Big Poppa." Producer Easy Mo Bee's Deliberate Beats Do Get A Little Samey, But It Hardly Matters: This Is Biggie's Show, And By The Time "Suicidal Thoughts" Closes The Album On A Heartbreaking Note, It's Clear Why He Was So Revered Even Prior To His Death." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Ready To Die
New - LP - R1 94567
Sealed 2021 2LP Non-Gatefold Reissue With Hype Sticker. "The Album That Reinvented East Coast Rap For The Gangsta Age, Ready To Die Made The Notorious B.i.g. A Star, And Vaulted Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy Label Into The Spotlight As Well. Today It's Recognized As One Of The Greatest Hardcore Rap Albums Ever Recorded, And That's Mostly Due To Biggie's Skill As A Storyteller. His Raps Are Easy To Understand, But His Skills Are Hardly Lacking -- He Has A Loose, Easy Flow And A Talent For Piling Multiple Rhymes On Top Of One Another In Quick Succession. He's Blessed With A Flair For The Dramatic, And Slips In And Out Of Different Contradictory Characters With Ease. Yet, No Matter How Much He Heightens Things For Effect, It's Always Easy To See Elements Of Biggie In His Narrators And Of His Own Experience In The Details; Everything Is Firmly Rooted In Reality, But Plays Like Scenes From A Movie. A Sense Of Doom Pervades His Most Involved Stories: Fierce Bandits ("Gimme The Loot"), A Hustler's Beloved Girlfriend ("Me & My Bitch"), And Robbers Out For Biggie's Newfound Riches ("Warning") All Die In Hails Of Gunfire. The Album Is Also Sprinkled With Reflections On The Soul-Draining Bleakness Of The Streets -- "Things Done Changed," "Ready To Die," And "Everyday Struggle" Are Powerfully Affecting In Their Confusion And Despair. Not Everything Is So Dark, Though; Combs' Production Collaborations Result In Some Upbeat, Commercial Moments, And Typically Cop From Recognizable Hits: The Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" On The Graphic Sex Rap "One More Chance," Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" On The Rags-To-Riches Chronicle "Juicy," And The Isley Brothers' "Between The Sheets" On The Overweight-lover Anthem "Big Poppa." Producer Easy Mo Bee's Deliberate Beats Do Get A Little Samey, But It Hardly Matters: This Is Biggie's Show, And By The Time "Suicidal Thoughts" Closes The Album On A Heartbreaking Note, It's Clear Why He Was So Revered Even Prior To His Death." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more

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