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Japanese Record Store Day Limited Edition - The memorable first album from ECD via Major Force is being reissued in analogue form for the first time in commemoration of its 30th anniversary. The debut album ECD released in 1992 is now available in a 45rpm double vinyl set with a focus on sound quality. ECD has been leading the hip-hop scene since the dawn of hip-hop in the late 1980s with his energetic and multi-faceted activities such as organizing the most important rap contest in Japanese rap history "Check Your Mike" and supervising the epoch-making "Sanpin Camp". This album was created with his allies including Kan Takagi, Schadaraparr, Hiroshi Kawanabe, Illicit Tsuboi, and Tatsuo Sunaga. The album also includes "Power Of The Underground," an instrumental that would later be included on the 10th anniversary edition of their major label debut, "Master," a track with a series of big songs and lyrics based on a cartoon story as the title suggests, and a chorus based on LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out," as well as a single cut that shines. The single cut "Manga de Bakkou de Bakkou daa! and more.

ECD

ECD

Major Force
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Album artwork for ECD by ECD
LPx2

£64.99

Black
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

JSLP178

ECD

ECD

Major Force
Album artwork for Album artwork for ECD by ECD by ECD - ECD
Album artwork for ECD by ECD
LPx2

£64.99

Black
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

JSLP178

Japanese Record Store Day Limited Edition - The memorable first album from ECD via Major Force is being reissued in analogue form for the first time in commemoration of its 30th anniversary. The debut album ECD released in 1992 is now available in a 45rpm double vinyl set with a focus on sound quality. ECD has been leading the hip-hop scene since the dawn of hip-hop in the late 1980s with his energetic and multi-faceted activities such as organizing the most important rap contest in Japanese rap history "Check Your Mike" and supervising the epoch-making "Sanpin Camp". This album was created with his allies including Kan Takagi, Schadaraparr, Hiroshi Kawanabe, Illicit Tsuboi, and Tatsuo Sunaga. The album also includes "Power Of The Underground," an instrumental that would later be included on the 10th anniversary edition of their major label debut, "Master," a track with a series of big songs and lyrics based on a cartoon story as the title suggests, and a chorus based on LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out," as well as a single cut that shines. The single cut "Manga de Bakkou de Bakkou daa! and more.