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Limited to 350 copies!
With Beats by The 45 King, C.Smith, Dumar & Diamond D!
“Class A Felony” and their self-titled album from 1993 is one of those underground groups that existed as a Hip Hop mystery for many years. The original album cover alone is very interesting on first sight. Unfortunately lead MC, Lord Dumar passed away two years prior to the release of this album. These recordings were produced by C. Smith (a.k.a Class A Felony member DJ Stitches), with a couple tracks by Dumar himself and five tracks by the mighty, DJ Mark The 45 King also featuring a Diamond D production. Although this is a debut album, Dumar sounds very seasoned and sharply skilled. His delivery is fluid and his presence is confident. His voice is gruff, which helps drives his points home, but his apparent years of MC development allowed him to effortlessly display his comedic side as well. Although there is not much additional info about the album, the listening experience alludes to at least two things. Dumar has been making music at least since the mid to late 80s and he was probably establishing a decent name for himself in that time since people were snatching up concepts from his demos.
|A1.||Intro||The 45 King|
|A2.||Time To Make The Doughnuts||C.Smith|
|A3.||Hyped Up||The 45 King|
|A4.||Hostage||The 45 King|
|A5.||I'm Not The Herb You're Lookin 4||C.Smith|
|B1.||Gotta Go, Gotta Go||The 45 King|
|B2.||Papa Don't Play||C.Smith|
|B4.||Class A Felony||C.Smith|
|B5.||I Got A Warrant||C.Smith|
|C1.||Warriors Come Out To Play||The 45 King|
|C2.||The Night Stalker||C.Smith|
|C3.||They're All Gonna Laugh At||C.Smith|
|D1.||Black Rain||The 45 King|
|D3.||I Can't Take No More||Diamond D &...||Diamond D|
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