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Run-DMC was an American hip hop group from Hollis, Queens, New York, founded in 1981 by Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels, and Jason Mizell. Run-DMC is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential acts in the history of hip hop culture and one of the most famous hip hop acts of the 1980s. Along with LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy, the group pioneered new school hip hop music. Run-DMC was the first group in the genre to have an album certified gold (Run–D. 1984) and to be nominated for a Grammy Award. A test pressing release for the single "Faces" from the album Back from Hell. Amidst the changing times and sliding sales, Run-DMC released Back from Hell in 1990.
is the debut studio album of American hip hop group Run–D. released on March 27, 1984 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. It was considered groundbreaking for its time, presenting a harder, more aggressive form of hip hop. The album's sparse beats and aggressive rhymes were in sharp contrast with the light, funky sound that was popular in hip hop at the time
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With its fifth album, Back From Hell, Run-D. set out to regain the support of the hardcore rap audience and pretty much abandoned rock-influenced material in favor of stripped-down, minimalist and consistently street-oriented sounds. Not outstanding but certainly enjoyable, such gritty reflections on urban life as "Livin' in the City," "The Av. and "Faces" made it clear that Run-D. was still well worth hearing.
Released October 16, 1990. Back From Hell, the fifth album by American rap group Run-D. was released on October 16th, 1990. The album features a few first for the band, including Jam Master Jay Singing and a new musical style as seen on Faces and Pause : New Jack Swing. Tap and hold to copy URL. Back From Hell Tracklist.
Run-DMC’s 5th studio album Back from Hell was released 1990. The 16 track album was a big change in Run-DMC’s sound as they were adopting the at this time popular R&B influenced New Jack Swing. The only songs reminding on the old Run-DMC sound and style are Bob Your Head – a reggae-fied track, Word is Born and Back from Hell – which kind of continues Raising Hell in sound and title. Back from Hell LP front cover. Back from Hell LP back cover. Track list: 01 Sucker .
Co-producer – Frank Inglese
|A3||What's It All About
Co-producer – Glen E. Friedman, Russell Simmons
|A4||Bob Your Head
Co-producer – Frank Inglese
|A6||Kick The Frama Lama Lama||3:07|
|A8||Word Is Born||2:54|
|B1||Back From Hell
Co-producer – Larry Smith
|B3||Groove To The Sound||3:34|
|B4||P Upon A Tree||0:44|
|B6||Livin' In The City||1:03|
|B7||Not Just Another Groove||4:20|
|PRO-1401||RUN-D.M.C.*||Back From Hell (LP, Album)||Profile Records||PRO-1401||US||1990|
|PCT-1401||Run-DMC||Back From Hell (Cass, Album)||Profile Records||PCT-1401||US||1990|
|FILER 401||Run-D.M.C.*||Back From Hell (LP, Album)||Profile Records||FILER 401||UK||1990|
|PCD-1401||Run-D.M.C.*||Back From Hell (CD, Album)||Profile Records||PCD-1401||US||1990|
|847 282-4||Run-DMC||Back From Hell (Cass, Album)||Profile Records, FFRR||847 282-4||Canada||1990|