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HIP HOP FOREVER 3 OUT OCT 30

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Not out here til 30th. and apparently only one disc.

Oh well still gonna defo pick it up, along with my other major spending this month. I've gotta get Football Manager 2007 and PES6 aswell. Oh my wallet will be crying.

Nah, its a two disc, I posted the full tracklist a few days ago. On this page I believe.

Disc 1

1. Biz Markie - Tear **** up

2. The Pharcyde - Passing me by

3. Lil Brother - Whatever you say

4. The Large Professor - Ijustwannachill

5. Masta Ace Inc - Top ten list

6. Mister Complex - Visualize

7. Little Brother - Speed

8. Big L - Ebonics

9. Saukrates - Play DJs

10. Slum Village - Players

11. The Pharcyde - Runnin'

12. Jay Dee - **** tha police

13. Eric B And Rakim - Eric B is the president

14. Marley Marl - Droppin science

15. Gangstarr - The ? remains

16. Gangstarr - Mass appeal

17. Gangstarr - Full clip

18. Royce Da 5'9 - Boom

19. A Tribe Called Quest - Award tour

20. Phat Kat - Don't nobody care about us

21. Mobb Deep - Quiet storm

22. Black Moon - Who got da props

23. Redman - Lets get dirty

24. Black Sheep - The choice is yours

25. Main Source - Lookin at the front door

26. J-Live - Them that's not

Disc 2

1. Royce Da 5'9 - Boom

2. J-Live - Them thats not

3. Main Source - Lookin at the front door

4. The Pharcyde - Passing me by

5. Eric B And Rakim - Eric B is the president

6. Slum Village - Players

7. Black Sheep - The choice is yours (revisited)

8. Masta Ace - Top ten list

9. Gangstarr - The question remains

10. Mobb Deep - Quiet storm

11. A Tribe Called Quest - Award tour

12. Paula Perry - Extra, extra

13. Saukrates - Play DJs

14. Big L - Ebonics

15. L Da Head Toucha - Too complex

16. Phat Kat - Don't noboday care about us

17. Mood - Secrets of the sand (JD remix)

18. The Large Professor - Ijustwannachill

And, I will also be looking into the two games you've mentioned. Champ Manager has sucked big time lately, so I will start looking into Footy Manager instead.

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Yo, did anyone buy this yet? I doubt that any of my local stores have it in yet, but I think I'm going to go to Best Buy to check.

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well that should be before April then, so thats good news.

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DJ Jazzy Jeff

Hip Hop Forever III

(Rapster ***1/2)

On his second mix CD for the Rapster label, longtime local hero Jeff Townes, as usual, shines by pointing the spotlight at others. On Hip Hop Forever III, a follow-up to 2004's HHF II, Will Smith's better half digs into his crates to tell a personalized version of hip-hop history, blending cuts by heavy hitters such as Eric B. and Rakim and A Tribe Called Quest with lesser-knowns such as Canadian MC Saukrates and New York conscious rapper Mister Complex. It's a smooth, idiosyncratic mix that subtly shows off Townes' scratching and production techniques and is a reminder that beneath the pop veneer of DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, there was some serious musicality at work.

- Dan DeLuca

philly.com

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DJ Jazzy Jeff

Hip Hop Forever III

(Rapster ***1/2)

On his second mix CD for the Rapster label, longtime local hero Jeff Townes, as usual, shines by pointing the spotlight at others. On Hip Hop Forever III, a follow-up to 2004's HHF II, Will Smith's better half digs into his crates to tell a personalized version of hip-hop history, blending cuts by heavy hitters such as Eric B. and Rakim and A Tribe Called Quest with lesser-knowns such as Canadian MC Saukrates and New York conscious rapper Mister Complex. It's a smooth, idiosyncratic mix that subtly shows off Townes' scratching and production techniques and is a reminder that beneath the pop veneer of DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, there was some serious musicality at work.

- Dan DeLuca

philly.com

all of that sounded very anti will

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Just picked up my copy. Only just stuck it on though. But got that ITS JAZZY Siren intro that i love.

Got the 2CD version for £11.99 which i didn't think was too bad for a brand new release in the stores. HMV to be precise.

I'll give a review later.

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I'm sure it'll turn up tommorow.

As for my review. Its a good mix CD, nothing outstanding but its JJ after all so i can't help but love it. Worth picking up in my opinion. The inlay cover is pretty cool. Got some nice Jeff photos from 2002, and a little reminder that TROTM is out in 2007.

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