News

 

 

The final drop of Feb/March is MC Gels' debut release from early in 2016 - now available on wax for the first time. Following on from last year's  "Wandering Souls" LP on Chopped Herring, this heater produced by Chief Rugged had to make its way onto wax  - straight out the BX, the young MC Gels - "Da Funkee Man"..

 

 

Tracks:

A1 Da Funkee Man
B1 Da Funkee Man (Instrumental)

 

Produced by Chef Rugged.

 

£6.50 each + shipping

 

350 copies pressed ONLY.

 




If you JUST wanna cop the Gels 45, use these links:
 

1 x MC Gels 45


2 x MC Gels 45's



If you want to ADD the Gels to your ORDER, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy to your order:


To add 2 copies to your order:


 

 

THIS IS THE FINAL RELEASE OF FEB/MARCH - ALL ORDER CONFIRMATIONS WILL BE SENT OUT BY END OF THE WEEKEND - SHIPPING BEGINS NEXT WEEK!!!

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

-----------

 

 

 

 

3 NEW CD's YO!!!

 

#1

 

 

Tracks:

1 Last Days of Wax
2 No More 9 to 5
3 Hip Hop Homicide
4 No More 9 to 5 (Instrumental)
5 No More 9 to 5 (Remix)
6 The Son Of Man
7 Rap's a Joke
8 Faces of Death

 

 

 

#2

 

 

Tracks:

1 Laid Back
2 Groove Wit It
3 Like Sistas & Brothas
4 Crazy 4 A Quarter
5 Brothers In The Hood        
6 Big Man For Hire
7 Nuff Respect
8 Who's Wreckin Da Mic
9 Commercialized Music
10 High School Daze

 

 

 

 

#3

 

Tracks:

1 Contents Under Pressure
2 Suckas Brevity
3 Hostile Lifestyle
4 Hostile Lifestyle (Instrumental)
5 Suckas Brevity (Remix)
6 Rigid Temperature
7 Mr. Sense
8 Running Em

 

 

 

CD's are 10.99gbp each + shipping

 

TO COP ONE OF EACH CD - USE THE LINKS BELOW:

 



To cop JUST all 3 CDS, use these links:
 

1 copy of each CD


2 copy of each CD


To ADD all 3 CDs to your CURRENT order, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy of each to your order:


To add 2 copies of each cd to your order:


 

 

 

OR HEAD TO THE STORE TO COP INDIVIDUAL CD's

 

 

WILL BE SHIPPED NEXT WEEK!!

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

-----------

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collectors of rare 90's Hip Hop will be familiar with the excellent "No More 9-5" 12". - a massive grail and a solid project! Here are all but one joint from that very hard to obtain record as well as some killer unreleased joints from 1992-1995. Mastered by Tony Dawsey. Remastered by Duncan Stanbury. Here's some more info from the man like Malik Turner >>>

 

 

Where did you grow up man?

I grew up between Fayetteville, NC, NJ, and New York. Ironically, I went to the same High School (Terry Sanford) as J Cole, but graduated way before him. He went to school with my younger sisters.


What are your earliest recollections of the culture?

My earliest recollections of the culture was in Plainfield, NJ when I heard "A New Heart Beat" by the Treacherous Three at a block party.

 

When did you pic up a mic?

I started writing when I was around 12, but picked up the mic around 13, performing at house parties in Fayetteville with a friend who was a DJ. I pretty much was hyping him up and spitting freestyles.  Then we started doing our own songs to Hip Hop instrumentals and break beats that he would spin back to back. His mom bought him a four track and we started recording our own sounds.  We were 13 and 14 years old.


Who were your earliest influences - both local and in terms of artists?

My earliest influences were Moe Dee, LL, Run DMC, Dana Dane, Biz, Melli Mel, Mantronics, Slick Rick, ColdCrush, Schooly  D. Later, the Rza and Gza because they were the first people I actually knew who had record deals.  I met them through my cousin Haneef, also Melquan and Shabazz who use to manage them when Rza (Prince Rakeem) was on Tommy Boy and Gza (Genius) was on Warner Bros. I learned a lot from them,  just by being around and being up under Melquan, Shabazz and Rza while being in Trenton, and Brooklyn every summer from NC. Me and my cousin Haneef formed a group called "Supremacy" and since Melquan was managing him, by default I was on the team.


How did you first get into a studio?

I originally went to college for Audio Engineering. The program was closed down and I changed my major. I met my man Master Jam one summer in Trenton, NJ and we went to college together. My cousin Haneef introduced us. Beneficence went to college with us too. Me and Jam agreed at college that we would make records. But, I had made songs in the past, just in a home recording environment. My first professional recording session was at a spot in downtown Brooklyn called Funky Slice. The Sun Of Man was actually our first professional recording (1992) produced by Master Jam.


How did the 9 to 5 12" release come about?

Me, Jam, and two other good friends, Nadir Muhammad and Fahym Sharp recorded a few songs. We decided to release the first record ourselves because we thought begging for a record deal was corny, thus "No More 9 to 5". By then I had some exposure on local college radio stations, even rocked with Treach from Naughty By Nature and Rza at Princeton University.  I did some traveling with Poor Righteous Teachers to their shows and opened for them once or twice. We had performed in NY, Philadelphia, and the surrounding areas. We were opening acts for, Das EFX, Black Sheep, Fu-Schnickens, Rakim, Brand Nubian and others. We did a lot of performing and now felt we could back it up with good product.


Can the cats get a little more info on yr recording history and your work on the Jazzamatazz project? [edit: I meant "New Blackbyrds" but left it in as it lead to some interesting history!!] 

I never worked on Jazzmatazz.  But, there is no doubt that we would've worked with Guru on other projects. DJ Sean Ski was his back up tour DJ and had already did work on Bahmadia's album and a few other projects for Guru, including some of the earlier Gang Starr work, pre-Premier. Me and Ski lived together in Jersey City, NJ.  We were dope.  Guru was the first one we let hear the song "Hip Hop Homicide" sitting in this Jeep or SUV he use to drive, in front of Penn Station in NY.  Guru was the one that took us to Master Disk to get the "No More 9 to 5" record mastered after we recorded it.  Tony Dawsey did it as a favor for him and gave us a dope rate. That's why the original vinyl sounds so good.  Guru loved that record and was impressed that we would even think to release it on our own.  So, he wanted to help any way he could. He was working on something and told me one day at his crib in Long Island that our shit was too dope to be released on his Ill Kid label.  I pushed up on him about it. He told me he had something else in mind. But, it never materialized and that's a different story. 

But, I met DJ Sean Ski from a college friend that made records with him and lived in the Bronx.  Ski saw me perform at a college show and was impressed.  At that time we were working on the "No More 9 to 5" release. Me and Ski hit it off. I liked his beats and asked him to jump on the project and do a remix. We had a dope session at Funky Slice and he loved our work, professionalism, and studio decorum. Me and Ski stayed tight, but unbeknownst to me, Ski and Guru were very good friends.  Ski invited me to a session at D&D and the rest is history.  Me and Guru became real cool and me and Ski started working on some more stuff while I was still working with Jam.  As I mentioned, Guru was putting some stuff in place for us at the time, so I stayed close to him and Ski. Ski called me one day and said come to D&D.  Donald Byrd was there, Kool Keith, Guru, Shug, Lil Dap, and a few others.  They were playing something Donald Byrd was working on. Guru and Ski hyped me up to get in the booth and spit over the track.  I did and Byrd loved it and asked me to be a part of a new group he was forming called the New Blackbyrds. That song eventually became a song titled, "No you no me", which was a tribute to Jazz and Hip Hop. This project was a sister project, so to speak, to Guru's Jazmatazz, at least that how Byrd promoted.  Byrd was trying to do what Guru did, but by bringing Hip Hop to Jazz. All the stuff Blue Note is doing now with Hip Hop and Jazz was Byrd's idea.  But, they didn't want to touch it back then and he was offended when they didn't want to work out a deal with him. However, I had verbal commitments from Lauren Hill and Guru was a definite, as well as others willing to work with us.

So, I never worked on Jazzmatazz.  I believe Ski did though, doing some scratches. But, I worked with Byrd and we did a ton of shows, including BET Jazz Central, the Playboy Jazz Festival, a lot of radio, etc...  My studio experience is amazing, because I was always the dude in the background observing and absorbing -  back then it was serious for me to be in a session to observe the process of another artist.  That's what made the music so dope; the process. I've been blessed to witness a lot great Hip Hop created by some of the great artists of what is called the Golden Era.

 

 

 

Tracks:

A1 Last Days of Wax
A2 No More 9 to 5
A3 Hip Hop Homicide
A4 No More 9 to 5 (Instrumental)

B1 No More 9 to 5 (Remix)
B2 The Son Of Man
B3 Rap's a Joke
B4 Faces of Death


Tracks A1, A2, A4, B2 & B3 produced by DJ Master Jam.
Tracks A3, B1 & B4 produced by DJ Sean Ski.
All songs Engineered by Michael K. Success (Funky Slice Studios, Brooklyn, NY).
"No More 9 to 5", "No More 9 to 5 (Remix)", "Last Days of Wax" originally mastered by Tony Dawsey (Masterdisk Studios NY, NY).
All songs remastered by Duncan Stanbury.

 

 

 

£19.99 + shipping

 

There will be 350 copies pressed ONLY
This first 120 copies will be on Gold, White & Orange mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

 

 



If you DIDNT order any other pre-order release, use these links:
 

If buying one Malik EP use this link:


If buying one Malik EP use this link:



If you want to add a copy to your current order, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy to your order:


To add 2 copies to your order:


 

 

 

THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - THIS AND THE REST OF THE FEB/MARCH RELEASES WILL SHIP MID-MARCH

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

-----------

 

This project started up about 4 years ago. Tabb licensed us the "Brothers in Da Hood" joint, a known Heavy Grail - but we were always looking for more tracks to make a solid project. It took a series of collectors and hardcore Hip Hop Headz to take it to the next. PQuest, a collector and music afficiando from Germany hit me up requesting we release the Big Tabb demos from 1994 - some short snippets had been upped to the tube. Even though it'd been a while, I got back in touch with Tabb [aka Jakk Frost] to find out if he still had the masters of his early demos - he did not. I got back in touch with P and asked if he knew anyone who had seen the demo tape around. It turned out that a copy of the original demo tape had recently sold at auction. The buyer was known to Herring and after a few months the high quality tape transfers were in the hands [fins?] of Herring. 

Oh and how is the record? One of the DOPEST on Herring. Very much reminiscent of a "classic 1994 album" - production comes from undercover Philly producer MG aka Mentally Gifted and the beats are on a Beatnuts/Extra P/Groove Merchants/Pete Rock tip - ha - sounds good right? IT IS!!!!

 

 

Tracks:

A1 Laid Back
A2 Groove Wit It
A3 Like Sistas & Brothas
A4 Crazy 4 A Quarter
A5 Brothers In The Hood         


B1 Big Man For Hire
B2 Nuff Respect
B3 Who's Wreckin Da Mic
B4 Commercialized Music
B5 High School Daze


All tracks produced by MG

 

 

£24.99 + shipping

 

There will be 350 copies  pressed ONLY
This first 120 copies will be on Silver, White & Orange mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

 

 


 

If ONLY buying 1 copy use this link:


If buying 2 copies use this link:


To add to your order, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy to your order:


To add 2 copies to your order:


 

 

 

THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - THIS AND THE REST OF THE FEB/MARCH RELEASES WILL SHIP MID-MARCH

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

-----------

 

 

Originally recorded in 1991, but finally released in 1994, the "Suckas Brevity/Hostile Lifestyle" 12" by New Jersey MC & producer Beneficence is what you would probably refer to as an "obscure record". Only 100 copies were ever pressed on indie label Big House Records , so Herring & Beneficence's label Ill Adrenaline thought it might be a good idea to repress the 12" and to add some previously unreleased Beneficence jawn from the 90's. Chopped Herring Records is proud to present the "Contents Under Pressure EP". Peep it!!

 

 

Tracks:

A1 Contents Under Pressure
A2 Suckas Brevity
A3 Hostile Lifestyle
A4 Hostile Lifestyle (Instrumental)

B1 Suckas Brevity (Remix)
B2 Rigid Temperature
B3 Mr. Sense
B4 Running Em


Tracks A1, B2, B3 & B4 produced by DJ Supa C.
Tracks A2, A3, A4 produced by Beneficence.
Track B1 produced by DJ Kev-1.
Cuts on A2 & B1 by DJ Kaos and on A3 & A4 by DJ Neat.
All songs remastered by Duncan Stanbury.

 

 

£19.99 + shipping

 

There will be 350 copies  pressed ONLY
This first 120 copies will be on Clear & Black & Purple mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

 

 


 

If buying one Beneficence EP use this link:


If buying two Beneficence EP's use this link:


 

 

 

THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - THIS AND THE REST OF THE FEB/MARCH RELEASES WILL SHIP MID-MARCH

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info [at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

-----------

 

Speakeasy - Jive Turkeys & Cat Daddies [CD] 1995 TX

 

 

Just released by Herring on vinyl, here is a real obscure project outta Austin, Texas from 1995. The group never officially released anything. There was just this full length demo tape. Reminiscent of the Bay Area sound, on a Hiero/Dereliks/Sacred Hoop [?] tip, this underground bomb was handed to us by French demo tape collector Hakan Dougpark - thanks bro - killer [f]ish. Here's a few words from MC & Producer Tony Hardman [now a footwear designer based in Portland,OR]:

 

"Kichi and I met working in a record store when I lived in Austin in 94. We were 20 years old and as Hip Hop heads, we hit it off right away. He had been rapping and mixing/scratching for years and I had been involved in a few other groups rapping and doing production. Naturally we came together, inspired by all of the amazing music coming out at that time (the B.U.M.s, Nas, BIG, Common, Artifacts, Co Flo). We spent nights in my mom's garage or in a little lab room at his crib writing and recording as much as we could. The album was recorded over the course of a year in 94/95 with an EPS 16 plus and a Tascam 4 track recorder. We went on through the late 90s gaining local notoriety through the college Hip Hop radio (House of Phat Beats) and performing at a few different spots in the city. Eventually I moved to Denver to go back to school around 2000. The rest is history."

 

Tracks:

1 Butta
2 Ashes to Ashes
3 Til I Die (Interlude)
4 Complex
5 Ants (Interlude)
6 Hi
7 Kichi's Dojo
8 Once Upon A Rhyme
9 KLYT station break
10 Bob Ya Head
11 Jive Turkey's Groove
12 Omnipotent
13 Soda and a Cigarette
14 It's About to Come Down
15 Ease On Out

 

All tracks produced by T.Hardman & K. Watters

 

 

 

£10.99 + shipping

 

shipping from Monday!!!

 



To order the Speakeasy CD, use these links:
 

1 x Speakeasy CD


2 x Speakeasy CD's


If you want to ADD TO YOUR NEXT ORDER, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy to your order:


To add 2 copies to your order:



 

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

-----------

 

THE URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 

featuring Camp Lo

7" Single

 

 

The Urban Renewal Project is a 13-piece big band out of Los Angeles, founded by musician R.W Enoch. This is  an extremely dope 45rpm single featuring none other than Geechi Suede and Sonny Cheeba of Camp Lo. Included is the vocal and instrumental for your listening pleasure. BAMM!!!!

 

 

£6.49 + shipping

 

350 COPIES ONLY

 

 

 



If you just want to order the 7", use these links:
 





If you want to ADD the 7" to your order, use these links:
 

To add 1 copy to your order use this link


To add 2 copies to your order use this link


 

 

 

 

THIS IS THE FINAL RELEASE OF THE DEC/JAN CYCLE - WILL BE SENDING OUT THE EMAIL CONFIRMATIONS OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS WITH SHIPPING STARTING NEXT WEEK!!!

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW CD's >>

 

Da Dysfunkshunal Familee - The Therapy Files

 

 

Tracks:

1 Tear Your Kingdom Down
2 8 Million Stories
3 In Life
4 Cause We Are
5 Raw Like This
6 Life & Death
7 God Bless The Child feat. Rebel Rhyme & Migraine
8 The Truth Hurts All Colors ft. Prince D
9 Rock The House
10 Work It Out
11 To Have Or Have Not
12 Splattahouse - BK Broilers [BONUS]
13 Us Plus One - Dwelling In The Attic feat Da Dysfunkshunal Familee [BONUS]


All tracks produced by Crazy DJ Bazarro

 

 

 

 

 

DJ Cash Money - Fly Fishing Volume 4 [CD]

 

1) Ill Conscious - What They Need
2) S.L.I.M. Rockwell - Selectah
3) Willie The Kid - The Guilt
4) Da Ghetto Connect - Ego
5) Ill Conscious - Represent To The Fullest
6) Napoleon Da Legend - Ghetto Mosque
7) Tuff Crew - Philly Style
8) Y@k Ballz - TCK
9) Zigg Zagg - You Know My Style
10) Ghettolandz - Can He Come Out
11) Godfather Don - Homicide
12) MC Gels - Pray
13) Shabazz - LidUshoppahorraz
14) Junior Mafia ft. Biggie Smalls - Steal & Rob
15) Meyhem & Bronson - Typhoon Rap
16) Cenobites - Cold Peein On Em (Remix)
17) Timeless Truth ft Your Old Droog - Russian Rock Hammers
18) S.L.I.M. Rockwell - What He Say
19) Massive Stuff - Suspect
20) Meyhem Lauren - Flexxin
21) Blitz ft. Prodigy - Pushin Off The Lead
22) Hell Razah - Tissue Ass Niggaz
23) Hell Razah - Rampage
24) Absolute Value - Rip Wreck Shop
25) Class A Felony -Papa Don't Play
26) Too Poetic - Ruff Son Of A Gun
27) Stetsasonic - Funk Around

 

Mixed by DJ Cash Money.

Art by Aroe.

 

 

 

CD'S are £10.99 each

 

 

To cop the new CD's individually, use the links in the store

 

OR TO COP BOTH CD's - USE THESE LINKS >>

 




If you want BOTH new cd's, use these links:



If buying one of each CD use this link:


If buying 2 of each CD use this link:



If you want both new cd's added to your order, use these links:
 

If buying one of each CD use this link:


If buying one of each CD use this link:


 

CD's are now in stock and shipping this week

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

 

Speakeasy - Jive Turkeys & Cat Daddies LP [1995] TX

 

 

Gonna start up 2017 with a real obscure project outta Austin, Texas from 1995. The group never officially released anything. There was just this full length demo tape. Reminiscent of the Bay Area sound, on a Hiero/Dereliks/Sacred Hoop [?] tip, this underground bomb was handed to us by French demo tape collector Hakan Dougpark - thanks bro - killer [f]ish. Here's a few words from MC & Producer Tony Hardman [now a footwear designer based in Portland,OR]:

 

"Kichi and I met working in a record store when I lived in Austin in 94. We were 20 years old and as Hip Hop heads, we hit it off right away. He had been rapping and mixing/scratching for years and I had been involved in a few other groups rapping and doing production. Naturally we came together, inspired by all of the amazing music coming out at that time (the B.U.M.s, Nas, BIG, Common, Artifacts, Co Flo). We spent nights in my mom's garage or in a little lab room at his crib writing and recording as much as we could. The album was recorded over the course of a year in 94/95 with an EPS 16 plus and a Tascam 4 track recorder. We went on through the late 90s gaining local notoriety through the college Hip Hop radio (House of Phat Beats) and performing at a few different spots in the city. Eventually I moved to Denver to go back to school around 2000. The rest is history."

 

 

Tracks:

A1 Butta
A2 Ashes to Ashes
A3 Til I Die (Interlude)
A4 Complex
A5 Ants (Interlude)
A6 Hi
A7 Kichi's Dojo
A8 Once Upon A Rhyme
A9 KLYT station break


B1 Bob Ya Head
B2 Jive Turkey's Groove
B3 Omnipotent
B4 Soda and a Cigarette
B5 It's About to Come Down
B6 Ease On Out

 

All tracks produced by T.Hardman & K. Watters

 

 

 

£19.99 + shipping


There will be 350 copies  pressed ONLY
This first 120 copies will be on Clear & Red & Green mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

 



If you JUST want the Speakeasy LP, use these links:



If buying one Speakeasy LP use this link:


If buying two Speakeasy LP use this link:


If you want to add the Speakeasy LP to your order, use these links:
 

To add one copy to your order use this link:


To add 2 copies to your order, use these links:


 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

-----------

 

 

 

DJ CASH MONEY - FLY FISHING VOL 4 MIX TAPE

 

Artwork by Aroe

 

LIMITED CASSETTE 

 

150 copies ONLY

 

 

 


Tracks >>

1) Ill Conscious - What They Need
2) S.L.I.M. Rockwell - Selectah
3) Willie The Kid - The Guilt
4) Da Ghetto Connect - Ego
5) Ill Conscious - Represent To The Fullest
6) Napoleon Da Legend - Ghetto Mosque
7) Tuff Crew - Philly Style
8) Y@k Ballz - TCK
9) Zigg Zagg - You Know My Style
10) Ghettolandz - Can He Come Out
11) Godfather Don - Homicide
12) MC Gels - Pray
13) Shabazz - Lidushopahorraz
14) Junior Mafia ft. Biggie Smalls - Steal & Rob
15) Meyhem & Bronson - Typhoon Rap
16) Cenobites - Cold Peein On Em (Remix)
17) Timeless Truth ft Your Old Droog - Russian Rock Hammers
18) S.L.I.M. Rockwell - What He Say
19) Massive Staff - Suspect
20) Meyhem Lauren - Flexxin
21) Blitz ft. Prodigy - Pushin Off The Lead
22) Hell Razah - Tissue Ass Niggaz
23) Hell Razah - Rampage
24) Absolute Value - Rip Wreck Shop
25) Class A Felony -Papa Don't Play
26) Too Poetic - Ruff Son Of A Gun
27) Stetsasonic - Funk Around

 

 

 

 

£8.99 + shipping

 

 150 COPIES ONLY

 



If you want JUST the FF4 cassette, use these links:



If buying one FF4 cassette use this link:


If buying 2 x FF4 cassettes use this link:



To add the FF4 cassette to your order, use these links:
 

To add one FF4 cassette to your order use this link:


To add 2 x FF4 Cassettes to your order use this link:


 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

DJ Cash Money - Fly Fishing Vol 4

Free Download >>

 

 

CD & Cassette drops early 2017

THANKS FOR ALL THE COPPAGE IN THE 016 - BIG UP!!!

 

 

 

Let's end 2016's vinyl insanity with the first release in the Chopped Herring Records 12" Series.....

 

The Cenobites [Godfather Don & Kool Keith] - Kick A Dope Verse 12"

 

Tracks:

A1 Kick A Dope Verse
A2 Kick A Dope Verse (Instrumental) [previously unreleased]
B1 Kick A Dope Verse (Re-Dux) [previously unreleased]
B2 Kick A Dope Verse (Re-Dux Instrumental) [previously unreleased]

Written by R.chapman, K.Thornton & B.Garcia.
Produced, mixed and "re-duxed" by Godfather Don for Dontown Music (BMI).
Recorded and mixed @ Sound Haus Audio. Engineered by Christopher Gillard.

 

Artwork by Mark 563

 

 

£10.99 + shipping

 

This first 200 copies will be on White & Purple mixed coloured vinyl

 

Full colour cover.

 



If buying one Cenobites EP use this link:


If buying 2 x Cenobites EP's use this link:


 

ADD TO YOUR ORDER LINKS ARE BUSTED SO JUST THROW OVER THE CASH OR USE THE LINK ABOVE AND WE'LL WORK OUT THE CORRECT SHIPPING AFTER THE FINAL RELEASE OF JAN OR SEND CASH TO THE USUAL PPL ID ;)

 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the ILLEST MC's in the game blesses the fish with some
"previously-never-pressed-on-vinyl" CLASSICS from the 1999 debut release "Skillionaire". Lo-life founder, MC, producer, Internet TV Chef, fashion icon NO LESS - Big Vic Lo is pure flava. Peep these joints from "Skillionaire" on wax for the very first time plus the bonus "Prostitute joint" featuring an early Meyhem Lauren. SICK SHIT!!

 

 

Tracks:

A1 My Freestyle
A2 Puño Boratcho feat. Master Fuol
A3 Swena, Swena feat. Master Fuol
A4 Brooklyn Killers feat. Big Boo   

B1 E-Dubb's Mixtape feat Knowledge B Born, Richie Balance & Unique London
B2 Treat Her Like a Prostitute feat. Meyhem Lauren
B3 Off With His Head Knowledge B Born & Ruck
B4 Drunkfist Meets Frogstyle feat. Master Fuol

 

 

 

 

£19.99 + shipping

There will be 350 copies  pressed ONLY

This first 120 copies will be on Clear & Yellow  mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

 



If DID NOT buy the last release, use these links:



If buying one Thirstin Howl III EP use this link:


If buying 2 x Thirstin Howl III EP's use this link:


If you want to add the Thirstin Howl III to your order, use these links:
 

Add to your next order:


Add to your next order:


 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info [at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

 

CLASS A FELONY's 1993 S/T 2xLP

incl production from Mark The 45 King, Diamond D & DJ Stitches

artwork by the original Joe Buck

 

Prolly one of the NICEST 90's Hip Hop albums never to have been released on wax. Here it is in all its glory on a [double] vinyl pressing for the very first time. If you don't know, now you know...

 

 

Record One

 


A1 Intro
A2 Time To Make The Doughnuts
A3 Hyped Up
A4 Hostage
A5 I'm Not The Herb You're Lookin 4

B1 Gotta Go, Gotta Go
B2 Papa Don't Play
B3 Lyrical Bloodbath
B4 Class A Felony
B5 I Got A Warrant

 

A2, A5, B2, B4 & B5  produced by C.Smith.
A3, A4 & B1  produced by The 45 King. B3 produced by Dumar.

 

Record Two

 


C1 Warriors Come Out To Play
C2 The Night Stalker
C3 They're All Gonna Laugh At
C4 Rita

D1 Black Rain
D2 Electricity
D3 I Can't Take No More feat. Diamond D & Lakim Shabazz

 

C1 & D1 produced by The 45 King. C2, C3 & D2 produced by C.Smith. 
C4 produced by Dumar.  D3 produced by Diamond D.

 

r.i.p. Lord Dumar

 

 

£29.99 + shipping

There will be 350 copies  pressed ONLY

This first 120 copies will be on Clear & Red  mixed coloured vinyl
And the remaining 230 are on traditional black vinyl

Full colour 20cm x 20cm Sticker Sleeve

 




If you want to cop one copy, use this link:



If buying one Class A Felony LP use this link:


If you want to buy 2 copies, use these:
 

If buying 2 x Class A Felony LP's use this link:


 

 

ANY QUESTIONS, INFO ON ORDERING MULTIPLE ITEMS OR COMBINED ORDER SHIPPING DISCOUNTS HIT US UP HERE >>>>> info[at]choppedherringrecords[dot]com or HERE

 

 

 

 

PROPS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT FISH HEADZ


THE DADDY-O presents JUNIOR MAFIA feat. BIGGIE SMALLS + FREESTYLE FELLOWSHIP EP........SOLD OUT WITHIN 3 MINS OF THE PRE-ORDERS GOING LIVE


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

------

 

 

PRO CELEBRITY GOLF + JAY GLAZE - THREE SINSTER SYLLABLES

 

Part 1 (2004)

 

FREE DOWNLOAD FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER

SPREAD THE LOVE YO!!!

 

 

 

Shoot us an email to let us know what you need - info[at]choppedherringrecords.com
or send us a message via the 'Contact Us' page.


 


MORE HERRING DROPPIN VERY SOOOOOOON....