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THE MASON
10-04-2010, 12:38 PM
for those who like instrumental albums (which i love no homo) then you will enjoy this.

i chose Buckwild as the producer for this tape because i feel his production is underated, if not highly slept on by most. i feel his work has gone unnoticed for the most part, except those real hip hop heads out there.

BEAT WILD BUCK TAPE (http://www.mediafire.com/?50yey132lglu17o)

http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/7520/coverpic.jpg

anyways, i made this cover up and put together some instrumentals, some remix joints and some OG versions (all instrumentals). Peace to Tron 1 for the help with some of these.

1. Showbiz & AG - You Know Now (Remix)
2. Guru & Bahamadia - Respect the ARchitect (Remix)
3.Mystidious Misfits - I Be (Remix)
4. Artifacts - C'mon Wit the Get Down
5. Little Indian - One Little Indian (Remix)
6. Rugged Brood - What's the Impact
7. Mic Geronimo - Train of Thought
8. Special Ed - Lyrics (Remix)
9. Red Hot Lover Tone - 98
10. Channel Live - Mad Izm ('95 Remix)
11. Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C
12. Channel Live - Mad Izm (OG Remix)
13. Brand Nubian - Word Is Bond (Remix)

:chef:
enjoy!

THE MASON
10-04-2010, 01:00 PM
link added lol

SKAMPOE
10-04-2010, 01:25 PM
sweeeet

THE MASON
10-04-2010, 03:08 PM
never even seen skampoe post in here lol good looks fam

i dont expect many to check this but i figured id share anyways

fatboybrandon
10-04-2010, 07:32 PM
Nice work Bronze, Buck definitely deserves a compilation for that strong run he went on around '94-'95 as a producer, plus those songs you picked define a certain sound of that time I really appreciate.

Seems like he came right out of the gate with fire, I can't think of a bad Buckwild (http://cratesofjr.blogspot.com/2010/10/buckwild-of-ditc-interview-with.html) beat from his early career. He started as a mixtape DJ so I'm looking for one of his tapes still, nerv actually bought one b4.

I remember seeing Buckwild briefly at a record convention in Chelsea NY about 3 years ago. If you dig enough at the right stores here you can run into some D.I.T.C. producers.

King Tron 1
10-04-2010, 08:07 PM
I read somewhere that he produced this beat:

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if true, then very unlike his other production, but dope nonetheless

Tecknowledgist
10-04-2010, 08:09 PM
gettin me amped for Nineteen Ninety Now

Lex Lugor
10-04-2010, 08:30 PM
Looks good, dl now.

King Tron 1
10-04-2010, 08:39 PM
I read somewhere that he produced this beat:

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if true, then very unlike his other production, but dope nonetheless

instru for anyone that wants it:
http://www.mediafire.com/?8na2emndoy3i4b7 (http://www.mediafire.com/?8na2emndoy3i4b7)

THE MASON
10-05-2010, 08:57 AM
good looks on checkin it out, enjoy

@ at Fatboy, ya thats why i did it. like a showcase of his talent but obviously this is only a small portion of his catalgue of masterpieces. glad you feel the same though.

claaa7
10-05-2010, 06:29 PM
thx Bronze, good compilation... Buckwild has been one of my faves for quite some time, especially the beats he made around the time of those you posted he was one of those you just couldn't fuck with unless you were Pete Rock or DJ Premier when it came to B-side remixes. i'm getting more and more into listening to instrumental hip-hop beats as it is perfect for me for studying. repped



yo King Tron: there's no way Buckwild produced that song, "Brand Nubian", the joint is from '89 and was their first single. Buckwild was a DJ first and according to himself he didn't start to produce before '92-93 (first beat he got published was "You Can't Front", a Diamond D b-side feat. Sadat X and Lord Finesse). pretty amazing considering he produced the classic "Word...Life" album, or the majority, a year later (and countless other classic tracks).

King Tron 1
10-05-2010, 06:53 PM
perhaps true, bout the Buckwild production credits.

I would consider it an honor for a rapper that able to receive a "(Buckwild Remix)" after the title of your track. Same with a "(Pete Rock Remix)", same with (DJ Premier Remix)", a "(Extra P/Large Pro Remix)" and "(Jay Dee Remix)", that's all anyone could ask for.

THE MASON
10-06-2010, 04:42 PM
as far as remixes go, Buckwild and Pete Rock are toe to toe imo but im a bigger fan of Pete Rock. he is just overall my favourite producer of all time, but that doesnt take anything from Buck.

unfortunately, i feel Buck to be one of those producers that gets overlooked when discussions of top producers is brought up, i admit even i am guilty of that.

@ C7, thanks for checkin always appreciate the feedback, especially since i know you enjoy doing this shit as well. Im glad that you are gettin more into instrumentals, i personally love instrumentals and strive to collect as many albums as possible, its why im always checkin for Lib. also, Buckwild production on Word....Life = CLASSIC!!