Friday, November 03, 2006

Finsta Bundy



OK, let's start this thing!
The 1st review here is about my most fav crew - Finsta Bundy.
In 1992 MC Finsta (that time Bundy was his DJ) dropped his first 12" on Cracd Records called "Finsta Baby b/w Payday is bliss". This track got a respectable airplay and nowadays it's hard to get such a vinyl (ebay-prices usually end up at over 100$!!). In 1993 Finsta Bundy released their first 12" as a group (this time with Bundy on the mic) - the name of the record was "Spirit of the Boogie b/w Sunnyside". The record was released on Big Willie-Records that later on became Tape Kingz. The group dropped in fact a lot of 12"s in the mid/late 90s and also appeared on various productions from other artists such as DJ Krush, Lady Apache, Germ, EZD... but they never released an album. The only official compilation of that era is found on the mixtape by DJ Primetyme called "Neva say neva". In the new millenium suddenly FB disappeared somehow and the only sign of life til now is Finsta who dropped some more 12"s and is currently also working on another new album called AFC3.
To give you an idea of all the work from those 2 catz I put some tracks in a file for your listening-pleasure.
Download-Link

9 comments:

deepshit said...

Yeahh, big up!!! sötige shit bruchemer damit indyrap überläbt und du bisch eine vo denne wenige wo das fördert, für das grosse respect!
Und cha zu dim erschte review nume säge: Yeahh i feel the high!!
Peace

kingpin said...

Yes a site vo kenner für kenner. Keep rocking da real shit!

cya at the next underground classic!!

kingpin of south bronx

nedd2 said...

yo sup,keep it real,i'm from switzerland,bienne city,look my spot at http://in-12s-we-trust.blogspot.com/ ...peace....

Ferry said...

u got the whole vinyl single with the instrumentals and acappela?

ral278 said...

at ferry,

which vinyl-single of this Finsta
Bundy post do you mean?
cheerz
ral

Ferry said...

"Finsta Bundy - Don't Stress Tomorrow b/w Feel The High Pt 2"

ral278 said...

only the "feel the high pt.II" twelve of finsta bundy has both acca. and instru. versions.

Jaz said...

I have always had a fond affinity for Finsta Bundy (own all of the 12"s except the first one) as well and was excited when he stayed in New Zealand for a while, he didn't make his greatest beats to be honest, but the fact that he came down here to experience our culture was ill, I got an e-mail from him as well...he is ill.

Have you got "Payday is Bliss"?...

Young Phoenix said...

Check out Finsta's new single from the "WaltGJr" solo album. The new single is called "It's Finsta Bundy". The video is posted on Finsta Bundy TV