I just got my copy of the album. I don't have pictures, but this is the official tracklisting
01 Girl's Ain't Nothin' But Trouble 05:07
02 The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff (Single Edit) 04:09
03 A Touch Of Jazz 03:19
04 Parents Just Don't Understand 05:15
05 A Nightmare On My Street (Single Version) 04:54
06 Brand New Funk 04:02
07 I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson (Radio Mix) 04:58
08 The Groove (Jazzy's Groove) 04:34
(Featuring Grover Washington Jr)
09 Summertime (Single Edit) 03:58
10 Ring My Bell (Mr Lee's Radio Mix) 04:06
11 The Things That U Do (Radio Remix) 04:10
12 Boom! Shake The Room (LP Mix) 03:50
13 I'm Looking For The One (To Be With Me) 03:42
14 I Wanna Rock (Radio Edit) 04:19
Total Playtime: 60:23
I forgot to mention. The songs sound great. Very crisp and high quality. It's nice to hear the single versions instead of the album versions.
I think it's to hard for me to pick just one. I'd have to say that Paid In Full (Eric B. & Rakim), It Takes A Nation (Public Enemy), Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (Outkast), Doggystyle (Snoop Dogg), and The Great Adventures of Slick Rick (Slick Rick) would make up my personal top 5. Not necessarily in that order.
I guess I'm in the minority. I voted no. I think Grandmaster Flash is the tops. I remember seeing a show where he was scratching with his feet. I gave him extra points for the way he changed the game. Anybody remember "The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel"? Don't get me wrong, Jeff is definately towards the top.
Flash, Afrika B., Grandwizard Theodore, Prince Paul, JMJ, Jeff. (no particular order)
2 letters. N O. Will Smith cannot match Twista's speed on the m-i-c. Go check out Twista's tongue on Trick Daddy's "Let's Go." whew. Twista is more consistent with it. Will may use speed for a verse or two, but Twista goes the whole song sometimes. I still think Skee-Lo is the best speed rapper I've ever heard. I wish there were more albums like "I Wish" nowadays.