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Ultramagnetic MCs

Ultramagnetic MCs

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Ultramagnetic MC's

Interview by Simon Witter, New Musical Express, April 1988

THE EXPLANATORY enthusiasm of New York's most impressive, left-field rap newcomers cuts the crisp late-winter air like a drum solo in a public library. ...

Ultramagnetic MCs: Funk Your Head Up (ffrr/All formats)

Review by Angus Batey, New Musical Express, 18 April 1992

IT'S NEARLY five years since Ultramagnetic MCs released their debut Critical Breakdown, but you only get nine minutes into the follow-up before 'Blast From The ...

Ultramagnetic MCs: Critical Beatdown (Roadrunner/Next Plateau)

Review by Angus Batey, New Musical Express, September 1997

KOOL KEITH is Liam Howlett's favourite rapper. And this relic from an age before 'Diesel Power' and Dr. Octagon shows why. ...

Gone — The Essential Guide To Yesterday's Heroes: Ultramagnetic MCs

Retrospective by Angus Batey, New Musical Express, 3 June 1998

WHO THEY? Revered underground hip-hop pioneers from the late-'80s, Moe Luv, TR Love, Ced Gee and Kool Keith have long been consigned to the penury ...

Rhymin' And Stealin'

Retrospective and Interview by Angus Batey, MOJO, September 2003

Back in 1986 hip hop entered a golden age — lyrical revolution, sonic innovation, and individuality — that gave rise to such rap legends as ...

see also Kool Keith


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