Sep 27, 2010

New School "Hardharderhardest" CD



So I've been wanting to track down this CD forever. The CD is around 17 years old now and I'm just getting my hands on it. It's chocked full of crazy NY posturing, hip hop and hardcore. 3 things most people would run away from... not me! I love it! I'm not really sure what it says about my taste in music when you can purchase these CDs off of Amazon.com for only one dollar a few cents, but oh well. I'm gonna keep this short as I've posted New School's "strategy rhyme 1991" demo years and years ago. Check this stuff out if you can handle it.



New School "Hardharderhardest" CD

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7 songs recorded with one of my favorites, Don Fury.  Released in 1993 on Jackson T. Bones Recordings / Dutch East.

5 comments:

AVERSIONLINE said...

This is a lot better than the demo. This one's winning me over. I mostly dig it.

emptyhandspvd said...

i still own this. when i was15 (i think) they came to Babyhead with SOIA. they came back again and i was wicked psyched - grabbed the cd. it is a little cheesy, even at the time - but i loved it. i was/am a huge hip hop fan and hardcore - and this was before the two really integrated. it was fun. can't seem to part ways despite never really busting it out

Anonymous said...

The original Band started by these guys was called CROSSOVER. Matt, Vince and a bunch of long haired guys played metal riffs and they had this straight up hardcore singer. They were great. Real different, real radical. They would play at cbgbs and people fidnt know what to do. Skinheads were confused, metal heads were scared. But they rocked. I signed them to a contat with my label, FIST, figuring that was going to be the next big thing. Well, the SIX & VIOLENCE bankrupted me, putting these guys on a shelf which I always regret. The reformed and came out with this. Ok but the songs from the CROSSOVER demo would have destroyed this disc
FINK

John said...

Any where we can listen to this demo?

John said...

Any where we can listen to this demo?