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Traxx From Da Waxx Vol.1

by Various Artists

Basically, this is no-nonsense hip-hop. none of that stuff that sounds factory manufactured from the CEO of bling-bling, inc. Crisp hi-hats, dirty beats and talk about the "good old days" are preferred over the cash, money, hoes spiel.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. A Day in the Life Example
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2. Dream State Analysis Baby Jae
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3. Freestyle At the Rebel Base Sissboombah
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4. Punk Rock Freedom Sold
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5. Nu Time Nu Style Lenky Don
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6. For All You Graff Headz Love Sun and Baby Roo
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7. Mantequilla Kool B. and Mind Spray
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8. The Dragon and the Monkey Entiteez
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9. Untitled Lavon Lewis
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10. Musique Possessive Pt. 3 Cee Plus
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11. Saturday Night (joe B.'s Electro Club Remix) Karina Nistal and Joe B.
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12. Hide the Mic Reko Trill
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13. Turmoil Las Notas Negras
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14. Bring On the Sound Comp One
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15. Flea Market Remix Good Grief
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Traxx from da Waxx Vol. 1 is based on the tru school philosophies of the original hip hop culture born out of New York City in the late 70's. Representing the 4 main pillars of hiphop- breakin, djing, graffiti, and mcing, Club Waxx out of Houston, Texas was established in the early 90's to continue pushing the envelope for the global hiphop community. This club was the first universal hiphop spot in Houston, Texas and hosted many famous acts such as Mix Master Mike, Rahzel, DJ Aphrodite, The Roots, Kool Keith, T.C. Islam(Afrika Bambaataa's son), DAS EFX, and Black Sheep, just to name a few. This compilation was made as a time capsule of events of the time and will be recorded forever for present and future hip-hoppers to enjoy. Houston's very own Rebel Crew(www.rebelcrew.com) along with an extended family of veteran producers and musicians cultivated Starlight Beats and Breaks record label to continually put out the very best in underground music styles ranging from old and nu school hip-hop,drum and bass, 2-step, dancehall, latin, and electro to acid jazz, funky breaks, trip-hop and house. Traxx from da Waxx Vol.1 is the debut release and we are very proud to present this production which sets the tone and foundation for many future releases. Big ups to all the underground massive-and you know "We gonna rock Babylon till Babylon is dust"!


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Mixer Magazine July 2001

Traxx is a collection of artists who prefer substance over style....
The beats get funky with Joe B. with Love Sun and Baby Roo on "For All You Graff Heads", and the interlude dubbed "Reco=Hide The Mic" surprisingly shouts-out to Vision Street Wear and Tony Hawk. Basically, this is no-nonsense hip-hop, probably summed up best on Sissboombah's "Freestyle at the Rebel Base" when he spits out "We do this shit just because." Word.