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8 thoughts on “ 3rd Bass - Derelicts Of Dialect (CD, Album) ”

  1. Derelicts of Dialect is the second and final studio album by American Queens-based hip hop trio 3rd Bass. It was released on June 18, through Def Jam Recordings. Recording sessions took place at Chung King Studios, Greene St. Recording and Calliope Studios in New York City.
  2. Jun 18,  · Twenty-five years ago today (June 18), 3rd Bass released its sophomore album, ’s Derelict of Dialect. As the follow-up to ’s The Cactus Album, 3rd Bass’ incredible debut, Derelicts .
  3. Wow, 3rd bass Derelicts of Dialect. This is the first rap album that I ever owned, and still today one of my all time favorites. Like most people, I got it for Pop Goes the Weasel. I was eight years old, and loved that betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.coinfos:
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Derelicts Of Dialect [Explicit] by 3rd Bass Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. other albums by 3rd Bass; Year Title; Best Of 3rd Bass: The Cactus Album: Derelicts Of Dialect: The Cactus Revisited: The Cactus Album (Expanded Edition) all albums by 3rd Bass.
  6. Find 3rd Bass bio, music, credits, Album Highlights. 3rd Bass. The Cactus Album. 3rd Bass. Derelicts of Dialect. 3rd Bass. Icon. See Full Discography Related Artists. Similar to. De La Soul. Similar to. Marley Marl. Similar to. A Tribe Called Quest.
  7. May 05,  · 3rd Bass ‎– Derelicts Of Dialect. "Derelicts Of Dialect deals with the conflict between how the world sees the MC, the DJ, and by extension the kid in the kicks and the hoodie, versus how they view themselves and each other." — taken from "Derelicts Of Dialect" advance promotional cassette. "Derelicts Of Dialect" is the second and final full length album from 3rd Bass, released in /5().
  8. Although 3rd Bass didn't fully realize their tremendous potential, the Brooklyn rappers offered enjoyable, if uneven, albums. Like the group's debut, their second and final album, Derelicts of Dialect, makes it clear that the MCs weren't aiming for the pop charts -- and were loyal only to the hip-hop hardcore.6/

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