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Monday, October 23, 2006

True Mathematics - Greatest Hits (Select 1988)

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Along with the Leaders of the New School, the Kings of Pressure, Young Black Teenagers and Son of Bazerk, True Mathematics was a musical project managed and directed by Hank and Keith Shocklee, Chuck D and Eric “Vietnam” Sadler. True Mathematics was an unknown emcee from Hempstead and was one of the more mysterious rap acts to come out of this group having almost no recognition outside of New York. I found out about him by reading through the liner notes of some cassette tapes and ordered what was his one and only lp "Greatest Hits", which is quite funny because at that time he had only released three 12 inch singles. I'm guessing The Bomb Squad had their hands full with PE and others and realised there wasn't much of a future with this project, so they probably named it that for fun. I used to blast this album alot while I washed dishes and cleaned for this one bakery. Every time I put this on the smell of the bakery comes back to me in full effect. Ahhh the memories.



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7 comments:

James said...

Thank you kindly sir! One of my old cassettes that got MUCH play! Props!

The Gosub Routine said...

thanks machiventa!

james said...

I couldn't find a request section, so I'll try here. I'm really tryin to find the ill al skratch 12" for the song chill with that, if you can get your hands on it post it. I would really appreciate it. Thanx, cool posts so far

Machiventa said...

i don't have that man but i'll keep an eye out for it, i have some decent sources for 12" mp3's, so it might not be too hard to find. i'll post it up if i find it.

Sweet Jones said...

Re-up?

TEN said...

Here ya go:
http://rapidshare.com/files/159613999/TEN_TrueMathematicsGreatestHits1987.rar.html

Peter said...

Dude, thanks for posting this.....I remember this album growing up. Can't find a copy of it anywhere. It's killing me.....I thought this was one of the best at the time. He was really ahead of the music at the time.