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This is track 8 of 14 from the Ruthless Rap Assassins "Killer Album" which was released in 1990.

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The Ruthless Rap Assassins: Were a British hip hop group from Hulme, Manchester, England. The group was formed by MC Kermit La Freak and brothers Dangerous Hinds and Dangerous C. Just Mellow, Justice (Just Us), Three The Hard Way и другие песни.

Ruthless Rap Assassins.

The Ruthless Rap Assassins. Crew From the North, 04:07. And It Wasn't a Dream, 03:01. Profile: Originating from the inner-city 'Hulme' estate in Manchester, England (now demolished) and associated with the city's scene of the late 1980s & early 1990s. Consisted of 3 primary members: 'Dangerous Hinds', 'MC Kermit Le Freak' and 'Dangerous C'. Sites: rapassassins. Members: Anderson McConley Hinds, Carson Hinds, Ged Lynch, Paul Leveridge. Ruthless Rap Assassins. Killer Album (Album). Th!nk, It Ain't Illegal Yet (Album).

The Ruthless Rap Assassins were a hip hop group from Hulme in Manchester, England. The group was formed by MC Kermit La Freak (later simply Kermit - real name Paul Leveridge) and brothers Dangerous Hinds (real name Anderson Hinds) and Dangerous C (real name Carson Hinds).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Crew From The North 4:07
2 Law Of The Jungle 4:00
3 And It Wasn't A Dream
Featuring – Tracey Carmen
3:01
4 Go Wild! 3:44
5 Just Mellow 3:59
6 Here Today...Here Tomorrow 4:07
7 Justice (Just Us) 3:40
8 Posse Strong 5:33
9 Jealous MC 4:56
10 That's My Nigger 5:54
11 To The Other MC's 4:43
12 Yakety Yak 2:24
13 B Line 3:30
14 Three The Hard Way 4:29

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Drone Studio

Credits

  • Design [Sleeve Collage], Layout – Brian Cannon
  • Guitar – Paul Roberts , Steve Clark
  • Keyboards – Anderson*, Kermit
  • Producer – Greg Wilson

Notes

Produced by Greg Wilson (for 'murdertone'). Recorded at 'Drone Studio' (Chorlton Cum Hardy, Manchester) and mixed at 'Amazon Studios' (Kirkby, Liverpool).

Issued with two catalogue numbers: CDSYLP 6005 (for UK market only) and CDP 79 4424 2 (for all other markets).

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SYLP 6005, 79 4424 1 Ruthless Rap Assassins Killer Album ‎(LP, Album) Syncopate , EMI SYLP 6005, 79 4424 1 UK 1990
TC SY LP 6005 Ruthless Rap Assassins Killer Album ‎(Cass, Album) Syncopate TC SY LP 6005 UK 1990
064-79 4424-1 Ruthless Rap Assassins Killer Album ‎(LP, Album) Syncopate , EMI 064-79 4424-1 Germany 1990
ODOPE1001 Ruthless Rap Assassins Killer Album (20th Anniversary Edition) ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Original Dope ODOPE1001 UK 2010
064-79 4424 1 Ruthless Rap Assassins Killer Album ‎(LP, Album) Syncopate , EMI 064-79 4424 1 Germany 1990


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As the previous reviewer says, it's easily one of the best UK Hip-Hop albums ever made. Sampling a wide range of sources including Cymande's "The Message", Jimi Hendrix's Monterey Pop performance, Roxanne Shante, Almighty 3's "To The Other MC's" and even Steppenwolf's "Born To Be Wild", combined with proper old-skool scratching and conscious and socially aware lyrics, it made for a great album from beginning to end.Though I originally bought two turntables and a mixer to learn how to mix and scratch electro and hip-hop, by 1989 it was becoming obvious that house and techno was going to have a longer-term effect on me. But there was still plenty of good hip-hop around in the early '90s, and I didn't really stop buying hip-hop records until after the first Wu-Tang album - though most of what I bought after '89 was UKHH (mostly from London though :( ). Although I live in Manchester now, I lived in West Yorkshire at the time of this LP's release, so I never got to see them live here in Manc, but I did manage to catch them at a hip-hop night at the Leeds Warehouse way back in 1990, and enjoyed every minute of it. But it was too late - I was already firmly entrenched in "rave" culture and felt a bit out-of-place at a hip-hop night, even though hip-hop was influencing the developing breakbeat hardcore scene (which I definitely grew to love!). Most of the popular Manc bands of the time (Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, etc) never really did it for me - sure, I bought the "Fools Gold 9:53" 12" and a few albums by more "indie" bands, but for me, the real Manchester scene of the late 80s and early '90s was all about house, techno and the Ruthless Rap Assassins.It's criminal that they never made it big - it's probably right to blame the London-centric media for ignoring them, at a time when southern journos were falling over themselves to cover the Manchester scene, but they did seem to mostly ignore the RRA. Then again, I don't think it was too easy for UK Hip-Hop wherever you came from - a lot of people still thought that only America did hip-hop properly - but a listen to this album, or records by others like Hijack, Hardnoise, Blade, London Posse etc. would have totally disproved that theory! And just listen to "Here Today...Here Tomorrow" - in addition to having a rhythm which sounds somewhat like mid-80s 2 Live Crew, the rapping sounds like it's managed to predate Grime MC'ing by over 10 years - and it's not even from London!Though I don't imagine that anyone makes hip-hop like this these days, for me at least, it's stood the test of time. Hard beats and streetwise lyrics, but devoid of any "I'll pop a cap in yo ass" wannabe gangsta crap - in fact, the only occasion on which guns are mentioned is when they say that they don't need one! Great stuff.
Ruthless Rap Assassins - Killer Album FLAC album
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