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Strictly limited 2LP edition of 1000 copies of Main Source's classic debut "Breaking Atoms" from 1991. Comes with additional "Records Revisited" inlay sheet.  With "Breaking Atoms", the trio comprised of K-Cut, Sir Scratch and Large Professor delivered a timeless classic in Hip Hop history. The album features cameos by a young Nasty Nas, Joe Fatal and Akinyele as well as a co-production by Pete Rock. Setting standards with it's »crunchy digitized drums, choppy segmented samples, and murky filtered basslines«, as Ben Detrick wrote in the Village Voice, the album received 4.5 mics in the Source that later on in 2002 were revised to 5 mics.
Strictly limited 2LP edition of 1000 copies of Main Source's classic debut "Breaking Atoms" from 1991. Comes with additional "Records Revisited" inlay sheet.  With "Breaking Atoms", the trio comprised of K-Cut, Sir Scratch and Large Professor delivered a timeless classic in Hip Hop history. The album features cameos by a young Nasty Nas, Joe Fatal and Akinyele as well as a co-production by Pete Rock. Setting standards with it's »crunchy digitized drums, choppy segmented samples, and murky filtered basslines«, as Ben Detrick wrote in the Village Voice, the album received 4.5 mics in the Source that later on in 2002 were revised to 5 mics.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: 90'S TAPES
Rel. Date: 03/11/2022
UPC: 4260116732431

Breaking Atoms
Artist: Main Source
Format: Vinyl
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Strictly limited 2LP edition of 1000 copies of Main Source's classic debut "Breaking Atoms" from 1991. Comes with additional "Records Revisited" inlay sheet.  With "Breaking Atoms", the trio comprised of K-Cut, Sir Scratch and Large Professor delivered a timeless classic in Hip Hop history. The album features cameos by a young Nasty Nas, Joe Fatal and Akinyele as well as a co-production by Pete Rock. Setting standards with it's »crunchy digitized drums, choppy segmented samples, and murky filtered basslines«, as Ben Detrick wrote in the Village Voice, the album received 4.5 mics in the Source that later on in 2002 were revised to 5 mics.
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