King of Rock is the second studio album by hip hop group Run–D. released on January 21, 1985 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. King of Rock became the first rap album released on CD. The album saw the group adopting a more rock-influenced sound, with several tracks prominently featuring heavy guitar riffs. The song "Roots, Rap, Reggae" features Yellowman became one of the first hybrids of rap and dancehall.
Produced by Russell Simmons & Larry Smith. I'm the king of rock, there is none higher Sucker MCs should call me sire To burn my kingdom, you must use fire I won't stop rockin' till I retire. Now we rock the party and come correct Our cuts are on time and rhymes connect Got the right to vote and will elect And other rappers can't stand us, but give us respect.
King Of Rock (CD, Album). Profile Records, Attic Records Limited. 버전 판매. FILECD 205. Run-D. King Of Rock (CD, Album).
King of Rock takes "Rock Box" as its starting-off point, adding a whole lot of heavy rock guitars to the group's musical palette. The new approach endeared the group to suburban America, but it meant that they'd never again capture the dystopian heaviness of their debut. Run and DMC had also stepped their rap game up; "It's Tricky" is basically as good as the two of them ever got, spitting quick-tongue witticisms and yelling booming threats with equal abandon. The album, however, has a ton of filler: the goofy human-beatbox jam "Hit It Run", the ridiculously tossed-off dis "Dumb Girl", the utterly blatant Slick Rick bite "Perfection".
Com’s Matt Conaway on September 29, 2005. Run DMC – King of Rock – 5/5. by Matt Conaway. And with that Run-DMC took hip-hop from the boroughs of NY to the brink of mainstream prominence. Before Rick Rubin put his minimalist stamp on the group, Run-DMC was the first hip-hop group to make Rock and Roll cool in the hood. With King Of Rock, that standard was furthered, as the trio did not stray far from the formula they crafted on their self-titled debut; wailing guitars, booming kick drums, crisp snares and more cowbells please then Will Ferrell could shake a stick at remained evident on King Of Rock, Can You Rock It Like This and Rock The House.
Run-DMC's official music video for 'King Of Rock'. it/RUNDMCthis site?IQid RunDKOR. As featured on Run-DMC: Greatest Hits. They called us and said we're gettin iller There's no one chiller It's not Michael Jackson and this is not Thriller As one def rapper, I know I can hang I'm Run from Run-DMC, like Kool from Kool and the Gang Roll to the rock, rock to the roll DMC stands for devestating mic control You can't. touch me with a ten foot pole And I even made the devil sell me his soul.
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Tracklist: 1. Rock The House, 2. King Of Rock, 3. You Talk Too Much, 4. Jam-Master Jammin’, 5. Roots, Rap, Reggae, 6. Can You Rock It Like This, 7. You’re Blind, 8. It’s Not Funny, 9. Darryl And Joe (Krush-Groove 3. More albums from Run-DMC: Down With The King by Run-DMC. Live At Montreux 2001 by Run-DMC. Crown Royal by Run-DMC. Tougher Than Leather by Run-DMC. Raising Hell by Run-DMC. Back From Hell by Run-DMC. View all albums . King Of Rock.
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