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Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr


Download links and information about Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr by Gang Starr. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:02:49 minutes.

Artist: Gang Starr
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:02:49
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 2:09
2. Full Clip 3:37
3. Discipline 4:17
4. Words I Manifest (Remix) 5:09
5. Ex Girl to Next Girl 4:39
6. I'm the Man 4:04
7. Mass Appeal 3:40
8. Jazz Thing (Video Mix) 4:43
9. The Militia 4:48
10. Tonz 'O' Gunz 3:54
11. Royalty 4:12
12. Who's Gonna Take the Weight 3:53
13. You Know My Steez 3:44
14. Above the Clouds 3:45
15. Just to Get a Rep 3:07
16. Dwyck 4:02
17. All 4 Tha Ca$h 2:30
18. Step in the Arena 3:34
19. Work 2:56
20. Soliloquy of Chaos 3:14
21. Take It Personal 3:05
22. Speak Ya Clout 3:34
23. Gotta Get Over (Taking Loot) 3:44
24. 1/2 & 1/2 4:14
25. The ? Remainz 3:36
26. Code of the Streets 3:29
27. So Wassup?! 2:22
28. Now You're Mine 2:55
29. Betrayal 4:51
30. B.Y.S. 3:05
31. Credit Is Due 4:50
32. The Militia II (Remix) 3:38
33. You Know My Steez (Three Men and a Lady Remix) 3:29



Considering that the only previous hip-hop hits collection to stretch two full CDs came from 2Pac (and that only after his death), Gang Starr's Full Clip is a surprising release, though it's incredibly welcome. The duo of DJ Premier and Guru has been one of the longest continuous acts on the rap scene, beginning with 1989's No More Mr. Nice Guy and a spot on the soundtrack to Spike Lee's 1990 film Mo' Better Blues. And as demonstrated by Premier's stunning productions on classic early tracks like "Who's Gonna Take the Weight," "Words I Manifest," and "Just to Get a Rep," Gang Starr hit its stride early, and just kept on hitting peak after peak during the '90s with "Speak Ya Clout," "Code of the Streets," "Tonz 'O' Gunz," and "You Know My Steez." And new tracks, usually the bane of any best-of collection, provide quite a few highlights here — including "Full Clip," "Discipline" (featuring Total), and "All 4 Tha Ca$h." Also, the set compiles several notable B-sides — "The ? Remainz," "Credit Is Due," and "You Know My Steez (Remix)" — as well as soundtrack works like "1/2 & 1/2" (from Blade), "Gotta Get Over" (from Trespass), and "The Militia II (Remix)" (from Belly). Though Guru's monotone raps can grate over the course of two hours, Full Clip documents one of the best, most underrated hip-hop groups ever, from their jazzy beginnings into Premier's harder productions from the mid-'90s and beyond.