Thursday, July 19, 2007

Ring (Source Bill)

Here’s a record from a crew/artist (?) I still couldn’t find out much more than what’s in discogs etc. talkin’ bout RING that dropped some 12”s in the mid-90s and since then neva heard of ‘em again…

The twelve was dropped in 1996 on Middle East Recordings and to my knowledge only as such a promo-version and brings the track “one game (left to play)”. Writing and production was done by SOURCE BILL. The beat is dark, dull but still pushin’ and the melody is somehow sad-soundin’ but I like such beats…

Ring_one game (left to play)-12”

Besides this twelve he dropped another record with the tracks “they want to kill me b/w invisible man” plus I heard that there’s a third one around to which I can’t give u any information. If u got one of these releases feel free to add them here in the comments section!

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

dammich, geile Scheibe! Hast du noch eine, find die nirgends und will die unbedingt!!! HELP
Daneee

ral278 said...

sorry "Daneee". hab nur die eine aber google mal das ganze, die findest du noch!

qnzgrimiest said...

this song reminds me of new york skyline at night for some reason, it has that night feel to it, that how much like the beat, the first cat that raps on this song is the one that really shines on the song, his low monotone voice and delivery definitely blended in with this song, i couldve defintely see this song getting airplay or radioplay when rap radio mattered, thans for this post.

Jaz said...

The third one you might be looking for is the seriously dope "Middle East"/"The Funk Wrecker" released in 1993.

I would love to hear the other 12" you mentioned, thanks ral.