Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Greatest Mixtapes V2 : Tony Touch - 5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn

Tapemasta: This was a good one & people remember this one for years..Enjoy what we had years ago !!

S.O.U.L.: The main reason why this mixtape has to be in the list of greatest mixtapes is because Tony Touch brings together the mixtape kings from that period (Mister Cee, DJ Premier, P.F. Cuttin & Evil Dee) to do a mixtape. Every DJ delivers a great set of mixing with great selection of songs. This is a perfect example of how a mixtape should sound like. The first time i heard of this tape i was blown away of the line up and after i played the tape for the first time i was hooked & played it non stop for months. With this line up of DJ's and selection of songs it's one of the greatest mixtapes out there. Every DJ & hip hop lover out there has to have this in his collection. If you have any suggestions on what should be on this list, you can contact me at soul10018@gmail.com or Hevehitta (hevehitta@thediggersunion.com) or Tapemasta (tapemasta2@yahoo.com)

TONY TOUCH, MISTER CEE, DJ PREMIER, P.F. CUTTIN & EVIL DEE - 5 DEADLY VENOMS OF BROOKLYN..

Mixed by The Lizard aka P.F. Cuttin:
01. 5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn - Intro
02. Verbal Hoodz - I'll Be Damned
03. Dr Dre & B-Real - Puppet Master
04. Breeze Evahflowin - Forsaken
05. Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip - Wild Hot
06. Camp Lo - Say Word
07. The Dutchmin - Surrounded
08. Powerule - Bright Lights Big City

Mixed by The Toad aka Mister Cee:
09. Zhane - Request Line (Mister Cee Blend)
10. KRS One - Raptures Delight
11. Yvette Michelle - Not Feelin You (Mister Cee Blend)
12. The Veterans (Brucie Bee, Luvbug Starski & DJ Hollywood) - The Medicine
13. The Notorious B.I.G. - Hypnotize
14. Frankie Cutlass, Kool G. Rap, Mobb Deep & M.O.P. - Know The Game
15. Mobb Deep - Young Luv

Mixed by The Snake aka Tony Touch
01. Tony Touch - Deadly Freestyle
02. Steele Kat One & Lil Noc - Freestyle
03. Freddie Foxxx - Freestyle
04. Sunz Of Man & Makeeba - Freestyle
05. Guru - Freestyle
06. Channel Live & Benny Boom - Freestyle
07. Jeru The Damaja & Lil Dap - Freestyle

Mixed by The Scorpion aka DJ Premier:
08. Grandwizard Theodore & Kenny-Kev Rockwell - Military Cut
09. Busy Bee vs Kool Moe Dee - Live at The Harlem World
10. Double Trouble - Live At The Amphitheater L.E.S.
11. Cold Crush - It's Us
12. T La Rock - It's Yours
13. LL Cool J - I Need A Beat (Jazzy Mix 1984)
14. Malcolm McLaren & World Famous Supreme Team - Buffalo Gals
15. MC Lyte - I Cram To Understand
16. Divine Force Crew - Holy War
17. DJ Premier - Ending Interlude

Mixed by The Centipede aka Evil Dee:
18. Black Skavengers - Poison Pill
19. Jeru Tha Damaja - Me Or The Papes
20. M.O.P. - Downtown Swinga
21. Krumb Snatcha - Gettin Closer To God
22. Shamus & FLU - Tight Team
23. AK Skills - East To West
24. Shades Of Brooklyn - Calm Under Pressure

4 comments:

  1. INDEED....this was my 2nd mixtape I copped at the Fatbeats Store.

    Props,
    Spijkmaster

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  2. Xcellent Mixtape Tape!!!! Tony Toca might be my favorite DJ of all time but there were so many great dj's to say he's my favorite. But I will say that every time I'm asked that question, his name seems to always come out first. Also even though not to many people talk about PF Cuttin, he is also personally one of my favorites. Thanks again for the flashback!!!!

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  3. yes, this is one of the best mixtapes of all time! some classics on there...

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  4. Do you have tony touch hip hop volume 2? I just got the usb he sells from his website and all his mixtapes are on it apart from that one. Was it lost? Just wondering if you knew.

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