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The double-disc compilation features De La Soul, Mos Def, Q-Tip, Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, Punch & Words, . Ras Kass, Black Thought, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Saul Williams, Kool Keith, Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek, Bahamadia, Rah Digga, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Jurassic 5, KRS-One, Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine, Last Emperor and Company Flow.

Artist: Various Artists. Lyricist Lounge, Vol. 1 is an excellent showcase of underground and alternative rappers, including Kool Keith, De La Soul, 88 Keys, Natural Elements, Talib Kweli, Bahamadia, Q-Tip, and Jurassic 5, among many, many others. It’s a great way to hear a number of the most talented and underappreciated rappers of the late ’90s. VA – Hip Hop Independents Day Volume 1 (CD) (1998) (FLAC + 320 kbps). VA – Diehard Sampler ’98: Lost ‘N Yonkers (Vinyl) (1998) (FLAC + 320 kbps).

Lyricist Lounge, Vol. It's a great way to hear a number of the most talented and underappreciated rappers of the late '90s. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.

PLAYLIST :: De La Soul Hosts The Lyricist Lounge At Tramps 01. Wiseguy - Street Promoters (Skit) (0:44) 02. De La Soul - Intro (1:41) 03. Cipher Complete - Bring Hip Hop Back (3:55) 04. Diaz Brothers feat. Mike Zoot - All In My Own (7:33) 13. Various - The Phone Call (Skit) (1:03) 14. Bobbito feat. Black Thought, Common, Pharoahe Monch & Absolute - . Stretch Armstrong Show (10:09). Kool Keith And Sir Menelik Host The Lyricist Lounge "Live" At Shea Stadium 15. Saul Williams - Ohm (3:28) 16. Kool Keith & Sir Menelik - Intro (1:35) 17. Natural Elements - Mayday (5:38) 18. Talib Kweli (Reflection Eternal) - The Manifesto (5:44) 19. Bahamadia & Rah Digga - Be OK (5:44) 20.

Lyricist Lounge Volume One. Rawkus Records. Released May 5, 1998. Lyricist Lounge Volume One Tracklist. 2. Intro (Lyricist Lounge Vol. 1) by De La Soul Lyrics. 3. Bring Hip Hop Back by Cipher Complete Lyrics. Weight by Indelible MC's Lyrics. About Lyricist Lounge Volume One . Lyricist Lounge Volume One Q&A.

Tracklist

De La Soul Hosts The Lyricist Lounge At Tramps
Wiseguy Street Promoters (Skit)
De La Soul Intro
Cipher Complete Bring Hip Hop Back
Diaz Brothers Keep Pouring
Sarah Jones Blood
Mos Def Body Rock
Various Bathroom Cipher
Punch & Words Da Cipher
Word A' Mouth Famous Last Words
Prime No Matter
O.C. & Ras Kass Action Guaranteed
Mike Zoot All In My Own
Various The Phone Call (Skit)
Bobbito "The Barber"* & D.J. Stretch Armstrong* Live From The Stretch Armstrong Show
Kool Keith And Sir Menelik Host The Lyricist Lounge "Live" At Shea Stadium
Saul Williams Ohm
Kool Keith & Sir Menelik Intro
Natural Elements Mayday
Reflection Eternal The Manifesto
Bahamadia & Rah Digga Be OK
A.L. Lyrics
Various Outside The Lounge
Lord Have Mercy & D.V. Alias Khrist Holy Water
Jurassic 5 Jayou
Zack de La Rocha, KRS-One & The Last Emperor C.I.A. (Criminals In Action)
Problemz Society
Indelible Mc's Weight
Various After The Show

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RWK 1129-2 Various Lyricist Lounge (Volume One) ‎(2xCD, Comp) Rawkus RWK 1129-2 US 1998
112 903-2 Various Lyricist Lounge (Volume One) ‎(2xCD, Comp) Rawkus 112 903-2 Europe 1998
0881129032 Various Lyricist Lounge Volume One ‎(2xCD, Comp) Rawkus 0881129032 Canada 1998
088 112 903-2 Various Lyricist Lounge Volume One ‎(2xCD, Comp) Rawkus 088 112 903-2 US 1998
RWK 1129-4 Various Lyricist Lounge Volume One ‎(2xCass, Comp) Rawkus RWK 1129-4 US 1998
RWK 1129-1 Various Lyricist Lounge Volume One ‎(4xLP, Comp) Rawkus RWK 1129-1 US 1998
P2 50062, 723.1129.23 Various Lyricist Lounge Volume One ‎(2xCD, Comp, RE) Rawkus, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] P2 50062, 723.1129.23 Europe 2000


Reviews:
  • Uthergo
I only heard The Kool Keith side, and I can say this record had as many characters as those that Keith created in his own right by himself. Ill rhymes from the whole lot. "Lyriscist Lounge" includes some rare gems from Talib Kweli, Company Flow , Native Tongues , the Outsidaz and a collab from KRS with Rage's De La Rocha to boot! This record is a great accompaniment while walking down the block or sitting down trying to gain piece of mind. Lyrical soundbombing at it's finest, and yes, I am aware this tape isn't even apart of that particular series.
  • Swiang
An almost mint 4lp album still in (open) plastic sheet with extra antistatic inner sleeves to the regular painted iner sleeves. Plus outer plastic cover for lp's. There's a sticker on the album. It says 600 gram (without extra antistatic inner sleeves) so it's 150 gram presssing each vinyl. It's been played one time and looks and sounds perfect. Rawkus did a real good job here. Almost all Rawkus vinyl'sI own are really well made with care. So this "monster" is a real good album!
  • Dibei
Don't listen to the other two reviews, or else you will end up missing out on some quality 90's Hip-Hop. I don't even own a physical copy, yet I still feel compelled to stand up for what is a truly solid and original "concept" compilation. The production and lyrics might not necessarily be the greatest of the era, but there are several highlight tracks throughout that are strong enough to carry the whole project. Strung together in the style of a live Hip-Hop variety show with emcee hosts transitioning between tracks, the concept is unique at the very least. Listen for yourself to decide, but to me the other two reviews don't do it justice!
  • Cordanius
I dug this CD out after storing it away for quite a few years, and I've come to the conclusion that I must have been blinkered by the Rawkus name, as both the CD's aren't that great, the first CD has only one really good track "Cipher Complete - Bring Hip Hop Back" then the rest of the tracks on the CD are either OK or Rubbish. Meanwhile the second CD has two decent tracks "Jurassic 5 - Jayou & Talib Kweli - The Manifesto" while on the rest of the tracks on this CD are all awful, with tacks 1,2 & 5 being notably terrible.Apart from those tracks mentioned above, I would of happily used these CD's as Frisbee's