London Posse

Gangster Chronicle

Mango Street
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Back in 1990, London rappers Bionic and Rodney P released arguably the first true UK hip-hop album. A potent blend of hip hop, reggae, dub and cockneyfied rhymes, their debut album Gangster Chronicle was also to be their last. Successful though it was, when their label went bust, it ceased to be commercially available. Rodney P later became a leading light in UK hip-hop, Bionic got into drum ‘n’ bass, and Gangster Chronicle was all but forgotten about. Well, kind of, most of us have always held the album in high regard when talking about classics from the UK, and it’s certainly stood the test of time.

Still sounding as rough and rugged as it did back then, this is the original vinyl version on Mango Street.

(2nd hand, very good condition vinyl, lots of surface marks though and plays with a light crackle, but no skipping, good+ condition picture sleeve, only 1 copy in stock)

A1. Money Mad

A2. Livin’ Pancoot

A3. Original London Style

A4. Remedy For The Black Ash Blues

A5. Jump Around

B6. Sexy Gal ft. Culture Mark

B7. Gangster Chronicle

B8. Live Like The Other Half Do

B9. Oversized Idiot

B10. Tell Me Something

B11. Money Mad Bonus Beats


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