Friday, June 13, 2014

Mobb Deep Production Kit




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Original art by Custom Made

Letta-Free Soul (1968)



Tracklist: 

1. Gumba-Gumba 
2. Kukuchi 
3. What More Could Be Right 
4. West Wind 
5. Mamani 
6. Ade 
7. Olu Ati Ayo (Olu & Ayo) 
8. Only When You're Mine Again 
9. Welele


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A small sample of the dopeness:



Ex Ovo Pro-Dance Lunatic (1978)



Tracklist:

1. Dance Lunatic 
2. Burning John 
3. Drowsy Day 
4. Poly Whole 
5. Moonfever 
6. All These Nights 
7. Blue Time


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A small sample of the dopeness: 





Watchpocket-Watchpocket (1972)



Tracklist: 

1. People All Around Me 
2. Four Walls 
3. Love Shine 
4. Good Time Tomorrow 
5. Bad Water 
6. Who'll Take Care Of Me 
7. Back Porch Of My Mind 
8. Love Will Be The Answer 
9. On The Run


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A small sample of the dopeness: 






Havoc-The Infamous Producer Kit



After 20 years of crafting tracks, legendary producer Havoc of Mobb Deep is making a selection of his signature sounds available to producers everywhere. The Infamous Producer Kit features over 200 sounds used on classic Mobb Deep albums like The Infamous, from Havoc's earliest productions all the way up to the present day. While some producers keep their production secrets to themselves, Havoc is eager to spread the love. “It's a gift. Why harbor all these cool sounds? I'd rather give them to the next generation.” The kit includes various sounds, but there's a heavy emphasis on percussion. “Drums can make or break a song,” Havoc explains. “If the drums ain't right, your song won't even have a chance to be great.”While eBay is littered with knock-off kits, Havoc is among the first producers to release the actual sounds used on classic recordings. “This is not just another kit,” he explains. “This is the original sounds from my machine. It’s a piece of time. It’s a piece of history.” Now producers everywhere can incorporate a piece of that history into their own projects. “Bottom line, this is something you want in your arsenal as a producer,” says Havoc. “You want the right tools in your toolbox.” 


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