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Old School Flava

Old School Flava
Treacherous Three
Released February 21, 1994
Recorded 1993-1994
Genre Hip-Hop
Length 47:09
Label Wrap Records
Producer DJ Easy Lee, DJ Clark Kent, T La Rock, Ced Gee, Rahiem, Special K, Kool Moe Dee, LA Sunshine
Treacherous Three chronology

The Treacherous Three
(1984)
Old School Flava
(1994)
Turn It Up
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Old School Flava is the second album by the old school rap group, Treacherous Three. It was released in 1994 for Wrap Records and was produced by DJ Easy Lee, DJ Clark Kent, T La Rock, Ced Gee, Rahiem, Special K, Kool Moe Dee and LA Sunshine. Guests include Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D and Heavy D.

Track listing

  1. "Old School Flava"- 5:08
  2. "We Come Phat"- 4:13
  3. "Lower the Boom"- 5:01
  4. "The Mic Wreckers"- 4:34
  5. "Mo' Money Mo'"- 4:58
  6. "Ain't Nothin' Changed"- 5:59
  7. "Sun Is Up"- 4:34
  8. "We Wit It"- 4:20 (Featuring Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D, Grandmaster Caz, Heavy D, Melle Mel, Tito)
  9. "A True Story"- 3:41
  10. "Feel the New Heartbeat"- 4:41 (Featuring Doug E. Fresh, DJ Clark Kent)

Credits

  • Theodore "Easylee" Moye: executive producer, mixing
  • Rahiem: producer
  • Tony Smalios: engineer
  • Special K: producer, mixing
  • Treacherous Three: vocals, producer, main performer
  • Butch Williams: mixing
  • J.B.: digital editing
  • Mark Allen: assistant engineer
  • Jimmy O'Neil: bass guitar, engineer, mixing
  • FPD Three: art direction, design
  • John Briglevich: engineer
  • Tamara Rafkin: assistant engineer
  • Trutone: photography
  • Ken Fambro: mastering
  • L.A. Sunshine: producer
  • Grandmaster Caz: assistant engineer
  • TLA Rock: vocals
  • Jasz: producer
  • John Otto: producer
  • Bruce Bennett: guitar, art direction
  • Grandmaster Flash: engineer
  • Doug E. Fresh: engineer

References

External links

  • http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/store/artist/album/0,,194609,00.html
  • http://www.oldschoolhiphop.com/artists/emcees/treacherousthree.htm
  • http://www.discogs.com/artist/Treacherous+Three
  • http://www.amazon.com/ Old-School-Flava-Treacherous-Three/dp/B000006JIQ - 195k


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