MC Shan - Down By Law (04:53, 320Kb/s). MC Shan - Another One to Get Jealous Of (05:57, 320Kb/s). MC Shan - Cocaine (Original 12" Live Version) (04:14, 320Kb/s). MC Shan - Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing (Original 12" Dub) (03:24, 320Kb/s). MC Shan - Cocaine (Original 12" Version) (04:30, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Down By The Law (1987).
Born to Be Wild is the second album released by Juice Crew member and East Coast rapper MC Shan. After his debut album Down by Law, MC Shan's second album Born to Be Wild became another one of his master works. With the production work of Marley Marl, MC Shan directly attacked Boogie Down Productions with "Juice Crew Law" and ended the silence around the feud. MC Shan's 1990 release Play It Again, Shan became his third and last album and did not contain any disses or responses to KRS-One.
Down by Law is the debut album by East Coast hip hop artist MC Shan. Released at the height of the Bridge Wars, a feud between artists started by South Bronx's KRS-One responding to the Queensbridge anthem "The Bridge". The album contains the diss track, "Kill That Noise" in response to South Bronx. The album is produced by Marley Marl. It was the only Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros. album that was never initially released on CD by its distributor
Shan opened with a pair of intriguing project stories, one about a solid student turned junkie ("Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing") and the other about an easy girl ("Project 'Ho"). Admittedly, these tracks weren't quite as exciting as they were compelling, but Marley Marl's constant focus on stuttered-sampling madness soon lapsed into mildness and then simple frustration.
MC Shan Was Hip Hop By Law (Definition Of Hip Hop), January 3, 2015. Although, I have the regular album on cd also. The results are contained here in Shan's first full-length LP, "Down By Law". Needless to say, Shan was affiliated with the loose-knit rap collective The Juice Crew, and his aggressive style brought him into conflict with the rap group Boogie Down Productions, who quickly became the Bronx-based regional rivals to the Queens-centric Juice Crew
Down by Law is the debut album by East Coast hip hop artist MC Shan. Released at the height of the Bridge Wars, a feud between artists from Queensbridge (such as MC Shan) and South Bronx (such as KRS-One), the album contains various diss tracks. The most prodigious of these disses are "Kill That Noise" and "The Bridge," which was later re-created as "Da Bridge 2001" by various Queensbridge-based artists. album that was never initially released on CD by its distributor. com/Down by Law (MC Shan album). Down by Law. Down by Law may refer to: Down by Law (band), an American punk rock band.
Tracklist: 1. Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing, 2. Project Ho, 3. The Bridge, 4. Kill That Noise, 5. Down By Law, 6. Left Me – Lonely, 7. Another One To Get Jealous Of, 8. . 7. Another One To Get Jealous Of. 8. 9. Living In The World Of Hip Hop. More albums from MC Shan: Born To Be Wild by MC Shan.
MC Shan - Down By Law. MC Shan. Download MP3.
|1||Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing
Mixed By – MC Shan
|4||Kill That Noise||5:13|
|5||Down By Law||3:34|
Featuring – TJ Swan
|7||Another One To Get Jealous Of||5:54|
|9||Living In The World Of Hip Hop||5:13|
|CCLP 500||M.C. Shan*||Down By Law (LP, Album)||Cold Chillin'||CCLP 500||US||1987|
|25676-1||M.C. Shan*||Down By Law (LP, Album)||Cold Chillin'||25676-1||Australia||1987|
|925 676-4||M.C. Shan*||Down By Law (Cass, Album)||Cold Chillin'||925 676-4||UK & Europe||1987|
|92 56764||M.C. Shan*||Down By Law (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Cold Chillin'||92 56764||Canada||1987|
|925676-1||M.C. Shan*||Down By Law (LP, Album)||Cold Chillin'||925676-1||Germany||1987|