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« Reply #225 on: December 05, 2008, 07:25:45 AM »

Sinead O´Connor and NWA? (Hip Hop Connection March 91. #26

 

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« Reply #226 on: December 05, 2008, 09:56:52 AM »

Tairrie B interview in Hip Hop Connection September 1990 #20  (she got some words for Dre and Ren  :P)



Tarrie B interviews Eazy-E for Slammin Video Mag Vol.2 1990
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/pTFasAsnWSA&amp;rel" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/pTFasAsnWSA&amp;rel</a>
Download link;
http://www.mediafire.com/?0xmims4j13d


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Tairrie B on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Birth name Teresa Beth
Born January 18, 1965 (age 43)
California
Genre(s) Alternative metal
Heavy metal
Hip-Hop
Nu metal
Associated acts Tura Satana
My Ruin
the LVRS (Spoken Word Side Project)

Tairrie B (born Teresa Beth on January 18, 1965[citation needed] in Anaheim, California) is an American singer.
She was originally a rapper, but later became an alternative metal singer.

In the start of her career, she was on Ruthless Records under the tutelage of Eazy-E from N.W.A.
After being released from her contract by Eazy-E literally a couple of weeks before he died,
she then formed Manhole (later renamed Tura Satana), My Ruin and the LVRS (Spoken Word Side Project).

In the late 1990s she was romantically involved with Fear Factory vocalist Burton C. Bell.

Discography

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Solo artist
Power of a Woman (1990) (Comptown/MCA)
Single White Female (2005) (Self Released Via www.myruin.com)

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Manhole
All Is Not Well (1996) (Noise Records)
The Early Years 1993-1996 (2005) (Self Released Via www.myruin.com)

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Tura Satana
All Is Not Well (reissue of 1996 original with bonus live tracks) (1998) (Noise Records)
Relief Through Release (1998) (Noise Records)

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My Ruin
Speak And Destroy (1999, UK release; 2000, US release) (Spitfire)
A Prayer Under Pressure Of Violent Anguish (2000, UK release; 2001 US release) (Spitfire)
To Britain With Love... And Bruises (2001 UK release; 2005 US release)(Live-Studio) (Snapper Classics UK)
The Shape Of Things To Come (2003) (EP) (Century Media)
The Horror Of Beauty (2003) (Century Media)
Ruined And Recalled (2003) (Recall)
Blasphemous Girl (2004) (Recall)
The Brutal Language (2005) (Rovena Recordings/Undergroove)
Throat Full Of Heart (2008) (Rovena Recordings/Cargo Records UK)
Alive On The Other Side (2008) (Rovena Recordings/Cargo Records UK}

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LVRS (Spoken Word Side Project)
The Murder Of Miss Hollywood (2003) (Self Released Via www.myruin.com)
The Secret Life Of Lola Burns (2004) (Self Released Via www.myruin.com)
Death Has Become Her (2006) (Undergroove uk)





Tarrie B Power of a Woman (1990) (Comptown/MCA) credits

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Track Listing:
01 Intro (Feat. Quincy D III)
02 Swingin' Wit' T
03 Anything You Want (Feat. Eazy-E)
04 Vinnie Tha' Moocha' (Feat. Everlast)
05 Step 2 This
06 Murder She Wrote
07 Packin' A Punch (Feat. Quincy D III)
08 Let The Beat Rock
09 Player (Feat. Dr. Dre; Eazy-E; The D.O.C.)
10 Schooll's In (Feat. Schoolly D)
11 Ruthless Bitch





Related threads;
EAZY-E 's ownership of COMPTOWN Records?
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Eazy-E and Tarrie B

Related links;
Tairrie B on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Tairrie B on Artist Direct
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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #227 on: December 08, 2008, 06:07:43 AM »

Eazy-E; Eazy Duz It review in Hip Hop Connection November 89 #10

 

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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #228 on: December 17, 2008, 02:12:12 PM »
Ice Cube; Death Certificate review in The Source


Dr.Dre; The Chronic review in The Source


Watch this be quoted a million times by Chad Vader, haha

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« Reply #229 on: December 18, 2008, 05:33:21 PM »

Lawhouse Experience Vol.1 review in Rap Pages October 1997

 

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« Reply #230 on: December 20, 2008, 02:03:39 AM »

BG Knocc Out and Dresta; Real Brothaz review in Rap Pages sept. 1995

 

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« Reply #231 on: December 31, 2008, 04:16:23 PM »
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The Street Talk, He Says, Is a Bum Rap By JON PARELES Published: November 14, 1999
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9805E6DF103AF937A25752C1A96F958260

DR. DRE, who has sold more than 20 million albums as a rapper and producer, feels like an underdog again. ''For the last couple of years, there's been a lot of talk out on the streets about whether or not I can still hold my own, whether or not I'm still good at producing,'' he said. ''That was the ultimate motivation for me. Magazines, word of mouth and rap tabloids were saying I didn't have it any more. What more do I need to do? How many platinum records have I made? O.K., here's the album -- now what do you have to say?''

Dr. Dre, 34, was talking about his second solo album, ''Dr. Dre 2001,'' in the lounge of a midtown Manhattan hotel on the afternoon before his Oct. 23 appearance on ''Saturday Night Live.'' Wearing an oversized Fubu jersey and fielding handshakes from his Avirex-branded entourage as he talked, he was rousing himself after waking up late. The reason, he said, was that his wife had made him play the album five times the night before. ''She's big on it,'' he said.

On many of the album's songs, Dr. Dre raps like a hard-partying character surrounded by eager, trampy women. His wife, Nicole, whom he married in 1996, doesn't mind. ''For awhile, right when I got married, I was kind of turned off from using the type of language I was using and the type of records that I was doing,'' Dr. Dre said. ''It was, like, O.K., I'm married now, so maybe I need to tone it down. And my records stopped coming out as good as they should. So she got with me: 'What's up? I want to hear the hardcore stuff.' She was a big reason for me getting back on track.''

Hardcore means a return to the staples of gangsta rap: boasts, threats, shootouts, marijuana and sex. On ''2001,'' Dr. Dre said: ''Everything you hear is planned. It's a movie, with different varieties of situations. So you've got buildups, touching moments, aggressive moments. You've even got a 'Pause for Porno.' It's got everything that a movie needs.''

The album started out with a different approach, Dr. Dre said. It was originally going to be like a mix tape, the quasi-bootleg collections of songs that disc jockeys make, with songs connected by interludes of fancy turntable effects. But during the year and a half that Dr. Dre worked on ''2001,'' other rap albums appeared with the mix-tape format, so he moved in the opposite direction: clean, spartan production with a minimum of turntable scratching. ''I don't make my records for the clubs, the radio or nothing like that,'' he said. ''I make my records basically for people to play in their cars or just play in their houses when they're cleaning up. I believe that's where people listen to the most music: in the car.''

His albums, he said, are simply entertainment, not an advertisement for the lifestyle of the gangsters and players in his raps. ''I'm not trying to send out any messages or anything with this record,'' he said. ''I just basically do hard-core hip-hop and try to add a touch of dark comedy here and there. A lot of times the media just takes this and tries to make it into something else when it's all entertainment first. Any person that listens to these records and wants to imitate them is an idiot, unless they just want to imitate the fact that it's a good record. You should't take it too seriously. It's not like you're going to go see a play or a movie or something and want to come out to be Rambo.''

Dr. Dre is already planning his next projects. One is a possible tour with Snoop Dogg that would present a full-fledged hip-hop musical, with actors portraying the stories from the songs. ''For instance, an undercover cop gets killed on stage, and then me and Snoop would come out and do 'Deep Cover.' It could work,'' he said.

He is looking for a singer to make an album of hip-hop soul songs that he has stockpiled. He's producing Eminem's next album. He is also contemplating a revival of N.W.A. to include two other original members of the group -- Ice Cube and Ren -- plus Snoop Dogg. ''We'll have to see how the business goes on that,'' he said. The album is tentatively planned for the Christmas 2000 buying season.

''I'm a winner, man, I'm a leader,'' Dr. Dre said, an underdog no more. ''I've got to do this, I've got to keep doing it. I want to do another 10 years and set a record -- the longest person to be in this business successfully. And I want to keep shocking people like, 'Man, what is he going to next?

 

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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #232 on: January 04, 2009, 05:25:50 PM »

NWA reunion

The Biography Dr.Dre by Ronin Ro, NWA reunion part 1, Helter Skelter



The Biography Dr.Dre by Ronin Ro, NWA Reunion part 2, Chin Check,Hello




The Biography Dr.Dre by Ronin Ro, NWA Reunion part 2, Farmclub performance



The Biography Dr.Dre by Ronin Ro, NWA Reunion part 2, Up in Smoke tour performance


Related threads;
What was your view on the "NWA Reunion?"
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That NWA album (Dre/Snoop/Cube/Ren) should of fukkin dropped, would be classic
 

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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #233 on: January 16, 2009, 01:11:12 AM »
What's craccin y'all?
Check out the new article on MC Ren in the February 2009 edition of The Source Magazine (The one with Jermaine Dupri & Bow Wow on the cover).

Peace,
Nate Geezy
Producer
MC Ren Radio Show
www.925burbank.com

scans?
 

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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #234 on: January 19, 2009, 11:28:45 AM »

DJ Quik; interview in The Source April 1995 #67 Speaks on being signed to Suge Knight,The D.O.C and Dr.Dre back in 89 (Funky Enough Records)

Read rest of the interview here;
DJ Quik AKA David Blake On Death Row *Add On* +Q´s

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« Reply #235 on: February 03, 2009, 05:08:01 AM »
Here's a preview article in The Source July 1993,# 46,Cypress Hill cover.
They talk about a cut called "God Don't Like Ugly".
The track has been discussed before,so just search the board.  ;)
As bonus for the Eazy-E fans,there's some information about Temporary Insanity


Snoop Dogg; Doggystyle (God Don't Like Ugly) preview in The Source July 1993,# 46

Eazy-E: Temporary Insanity preview in The Source July 1993,# 46

 

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Re: The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.*
« Reply #236 on: February 12, 2009, 11:33:56 AM »

NWA Niggaz4Life in The Source magazine August 1991 #23


Download The Source magazine August 1991 #23 (PDF)
 

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« Reply #237 on: February 13, 2009, 10:15:26 AM »

NWA in The Source Magazine September 91 #24 (billboard)

 

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« Reply #238 on: February 13, 2009, 11:32:40 AM »

Ice Cube interview in The Source Magazine september 1991 #24


 

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« Reply #239 on: February 13, 2009, 02:11:25 PM »

Yomo and Maulkie; Glory review in The Source Magazine september 1991 #24




Yomo & Maulkie; Are U Xperienced review in The Source Magazine November 1991 #26