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Live Hardcore Worldwide


Download links and information about Live Hardcore Worldwide by Boogie Down Productions. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 58:28 minutes.

Artist: Boogie Down Productions
Release date: 1991
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 22
Duration: 58:28
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No. Title Length
1. KRS-One Intro (Live) 0:53
2. Lick a Shot (Live) 1:02
3. The Eye Opener (Live) 2:04
4. Jack of Spades (Live) 2:36
5. My Philosophy (Live) 2:00
6. Still No. 1 (Freestyle) [Live] 2:05
7. Poetry (Live) 3:01
8. House N***a's (Live) 3:55
9. Jimmy (Live) 2:13
10. Ya Know the Rules (Live) 4:40
11. Kenny Parker Intro (Live) 1:42
12. South Bronx (Live) 3:28
13. Reggae Medley (Includes 9 Mm) [Live] 4:34
14. Super Hoe (Live) 1:42
15. Up to Date (Live) 2:19
16. Why Is That (Live) 3:13
17. Stop the Violence (Live) 6:44
18. Bo Bo Bo (Live) 1:32
19. Come to the Teacher (Live) 1:36
20. Breath Control (Live) 4:41
21. Self Destruction (Live) 2:01
22. KRS-One Outro (Live) (featuring KRS - One) 0:27



Though KRS-One didn’t become famous until the late '80s and early '90s, he was old enough to remember the rap culture of the '70s, when live performance was as important to a rapper’s career as recordings. By the time Live Hardcore Worldwide came out in 1991, KRS was already known as one of hip-hop's best live acts, an accolade that only became more important in the following decades. Recorded in 1990 at concerts in New York, Paris, and London, the raucous atmosphere captured on Live Hardcore Worldwide is deeply informed by the dancehall culture of Jamaica, where using a voice to command the attention of an impatient audience is of paramount significance. While many musical artists require high-end acoustics for their music to be accurately translated in concert, the cold echoes and boxlike spatial dynamics of rock venues only served to enhance the bare-bones beats of Boogie Down Productions. In some instances, the live versions of these songs feel truer than their cleaner studio counterparts.