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Title:
The anthology
Author:
Tribe Called Quest (Musical group)
Publication Information:
New York : Jive, [1999]

â„—1999
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.
Contents:
Check the rhime (3:38) -- Bonita Applelbum (3:36) -- Award tour (3:26) -- Can I kick it? (4:24) -- Scenario (4:09) -- Buggin' out (3:39) -- If the papes come (4:14) -- Electric relaxation (3:46) -- Jazz (we've got) (4:10) -- I left my wallet in El Segundo (4:06) -- Hot sex (2:45) -- Oh my God (3:24) --Stressed out (4:53) -- Luck of Lucien (4:32) -- Description of a fool (5:41) -- Keeping it moving (3:48) -- Find a way (3:23) -- Sucka n***a (3:56) -- Vivrant thing (3:11)
Reading Level:
Parental advisory: explicit lyrics.
Subject Term:
UPC:
012414167927
Format :
Music CD

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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 their 45-rpm peak with "Award Tour," all the way to their last big hit, "Find a Way," from 1998's The Love Movement. Yes, anyone who enjoys hip-hop needs to own at least Midnight Marauders and The Low End Theory, but Anthology succeeds in delivering all the highest points from a great hip-hop group's career. The collection also includes the first solo track from Q-Tip, 1999's "Vivrant Thing." ~ John Bush