the pharcyde bizarre ride i i the singles collection vinyl lp box set
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the pharcyde bizarre ride i i the singles collection vinyl lp box set
01 the pharcyde bizarre ride i i the singles collection vinyl lp box set
02 the pharcyde bizarre ride i i the singles collection vinyl lp box set
03 the pharcyde bizarre ride i i the singles collection vinyl lp box set
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Bizarre Ride II The Singles Collection

New Condition

$66.70

In honour of the 20th anniversary of The Pharcyde’s debut album, Delicious Vinyl is proud to present ‘Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde – The Singles Collection’. Originally released in November 1992, ‘Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde’ emerged at a time when gangsta rap dominated what people were hearing, seeing and buying, especially on the west coast. The Pharcyde’s refreshing sound – lively, humorous and inventive lyrics over lush, jazzy productions – changed hip hop’s trajectory and influenced a generation of artists.

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In the last 20 years, ‘Bizarre Ride…’ has solidified its reputation as a five-star classic beloved by critics and fans alike. The contents of this astonishing set include: An audio snippet of “Oh Shit”!!! that plays when the cover lid is opened. Seven 7-inch singles pressed on seven different colours of vinyl and housed in replica mini jackets. A double CD package with 24 tracks featuring seven instrumentals (one previously unreleased), five acapellas (four previously unreleased) and six remixes, plus a bonus track taken from a rare, vinyl-only promo 12-inch. A large 21”x28” poster and a 120-piece puzzle, both featuring the album’s iconic rollercoaster cover art by Fuct. Detailed liner notes written by album producer J-Sw!ft, along with unseen vintage photos of The Pharcyde.