Category: Rock

  1. Maulabar Reply
    The Anthology is collection of great hits from the jazz-rap based group, A Tribe Called Quest. They come strong with their great humor in their lyrical word play, and with that jazz feel in their well-crafted beats. Their collection of great hits offer that breezy, laid-back feel of jazz but they come with an iron fist when they spit out rhymes.
  2. Bazil Reply
    5. I Left My Wallet in El Segundo Disc 2 Side 1 1. Hot Sex 2. Oh My God 3. Stressed Out (LP Version) 4. Luck of Lucien 5. Description of a Fool Disc 2 Side 2 1. Keeping It Moving 2. Find a Way 3. Sucka Nigga 4. Vivrant Thing.
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  4. Mikarg Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Anthology on Discogs. Label: Jive - • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • A Tribe Called Quest - The Anthology (, Cassette) | Discogs.
  5. Vular Reply
    CONDITION CD VG++. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - .
  6. Fenrizil Reply
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  7. Akinozragore Reply
    Bekijk de songinfo van A Tribe Called Quest - I Left My Wallet In El Segundo op de officiële Nederlandse Top website.
  8. Digal Reply
    I Left My Wallet in El Segundo This song is by A Tribe Called Quest and appears on the album People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm () and on the compilation album The Anthology ().
  9. Zulkilar Reply
    For those who haven't discovered that A Tribe Called Quest made several of the best LPs in hip-hop history, Anthology is a perfect way to encapsulate the trio's decade-long career into one manageable portion. All of their best and biggest songs are here, from the early neglected joint "Luck of Lucien" to classic jazz-rap from The Low End Theory like "Jazz (We've Got)," and .