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“The biggest thrills still come from the unearthing of barely heard music from artists who might have slipped through history’s cracks. That is what the British label Chopped Herring Records specializes in….  “

New York Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

JUST A HEADS UP FROM HERRING:

 

SHIPPING SERVICE ON THE WHOLE ARE WORKING FINE AS THEY ARE ESSENTIAL SERVICES – SO WE’LL CONTINUE TO DROP THAT ILL FISH – ANY QUESTIONS HIT ME UP –

 

NEXT DROP – ALBUM OF THE YEAR CONTENDER DROPPIN MONDAY 6th APRIL – HOLD TIGHT FOR SOME MAJOR HEAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All 5 New Feb/March CDs

 

 

Yaggfu Front – The Secret Tapes

 

Dawhud – Crown Jewels [Prod. by Da Beatminerz]

 

DJ M-1 – Habit Of A Lifetime

 

Born-God – Who’s That On The Track?

 

Russ Prez – The Producer Project

 

 

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Feb/March Cycle #4

The Bomb Shelta Association – Rebirth LP Vol 2

Oh shiiit – so we’re back with the rest of the Bomb Shelta Association joints from their super rare 1998 cdr-only release. Including are most of the remaining joints that weren’t on Volume 1 of this project. If you don’t know, Bomb Shelta were a Canadian crew of MC’s , DJ’s & producers, formed in 1995 by Shylow, Fear and former member DJ Sinn. This whole project should’ve seen a proper release back in the day and no doubt would’ve been regarded as a classic indie joint. Fortunately Shylow allowed us to do a deal to make it available for the headz!! Big Up!!!

 

 

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Feb/March Cycle #3

Born-God (Now Born Click) – Who’s That On The Track? EP

 

This is a real low key one, but a helladope one. Cats will know Born-God from NY mid 90’s crew Now Born Click. His cousin, producer and mentor you will know from the last release on Herring, Russ Prez – and he is responsible for the dope production on this EP. This project only had a limited cassette release back in 1994 and is extremely hard to find. So we had to bring it on wax for the headz. All joints transferred from the original studio DATs and included is a previously unreleased banger!! R.I.P. Born-God.

 

 

 

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Russ Prez [Protect Ya Neck Ent] ft KGB & Lac Tha Rippa

 

 

Representing Protect Ya Neck Ent from the early days, we have a Russ Prez producer project on Herring. Russ worked with a bunch of Wu-Affiliate artists including Deadly Venoms, Killarmy and the super-dope KGB. He also produced the much in-demand Lac Rippa aka Lac Tha Rippa – Let’s Get It On 12″ on Mentally Disturbed East West. Russ dug out the 2 tracks from that grail plus 2 unreleased Lac joints, 2 unreleased joints from KGB and a heater from The Massive entitled A L L A H. Indie heads peep it, this is a bangin 7 track EP of 90’s flaaaayyyyva….

 

 

 

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Yaggfu Front – The Secret Tapes

 

 

If you never heard the line “It’s the Yaggfu Front, freakin’ all the stunts, steppin’ with the loot and hittin’ the blunts” then you weren’t checkin’ for hip hop music in the 90’s. That ‘Busted Loop’ 12″ and the b-side ‘Slappin’ Suckas Silly [Remix]’ was in most hip hop dj’s selections. A dance floor sureshot with the aside and it’s instrumental, plus a rugged downtempo heater with classic quotableS on the flip – what more could you want? The album, which I consider to be a classic, was jammed full of some of the nicest breaks and beats used during that period. There were many slept-on album tracks, as the single vinyl EU pressing [the only non-promo vinyl version] was a classic 90’s single vinyl album [low volume] pressing! Even though the vinyl was a bit of a wash out, the album made 200,000 sales – which in anyone’s book should be considered a glowing success. What we have here for your listening pleasure, are a bunch of joints from 1991 up until the later stuff in 2001 that never got a proper release at the time. Eight tracks can be found on the now out of press cd compilation from 2002 and two, which would’ve been on the debut [and only] Yaggfu album, are here in all their glory for the very first time. This selection goes a long way to proving that the Yaggfu Front should’ve been a MUCH “bigger” group than history will most likely tell, and for me, they are dope AF. Enjoy!!!

 

 

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