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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

:: A Tribe Called Quest Discography ::

In the early 1990's not many hip hop groups were more influential than A Tribe Called Quest. Comprised of 3 members, Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, A Tribe Called Quest broke through the hip hop scene with their jazz-rap style, in a time when gangsta rap reined supreme. Rollin with the likes of De La Soul, Leaders Of The New School, and the Jungle Brothers, Tribe helped spawn the early form of concsious rap. Although the group disbanded following The Love Movement, with the current state of hip hop one can only hope for a reunion in the near future.

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1990 - People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm

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1991 - The Low End Theory

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1993 - Midnight Marauders

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1996 - Beats, Rhymes And Life

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1998 - The Love Movement

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2003 - Hits Rarities And Remixes

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Blogger vik said...

Great post. Been comin' to your site for the boot camp, now to fill in the holes in my ATCQ collection.

You may be interested, I just posted 3 David Axelrod albums.

4:26 PM  
Blogger Chief said...

nick, thanks for posting this. Brings back a lot of good memories. One of the first CDs that I bought was Beats, Rhymes and Life (which is probably their weakest record-but still good) I think I was 12 or 13 and this record really got me to appreciate more introspective, 'earthy' hip hop.

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Blogger JimBrown32 said...

I agree for the memories,whenever I think golden era,ATCQ is one of the forst group that comes to mind.I purchased the first 3 albums and the love movement,lost them and re-bought Midnight Marauders and Beats,Rhymes and Life that I didn't have.I'm really blessed to have been able to be a huge hiphop fan in the early 90's.Thanks for the memories

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Blogger James M. Cole said...

This is my favorite group of all time. I don't have this Hits+Rarities collection. Good looking out, once again.


You forgot Jarobi!

1:34 PM  

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