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Big C-Style Presents - "The One Nine Vaults Vol. 1" (Unreleased Crooked I Music)
#21
(01-07-2011, 10:54 PM)EFFeX link Wrote:New update...

It just keeps getting better and better...

A 3rd verse on Dip 2 This!

Quote:12.  Dip 2 Dis -

Circa: October 1996
Produced By: L.T. Hutton
Session: “Crooked I” LP
Lable: Virgin/19th Street Records
Recorded @: Sound Castle Studios, La. Ca
Note - One Of The First Songs Crooked I Recorded For His First Solo Lp On Virgin Records. The Track Contains A Third And Unheard Verse From Crooked I That Is Not On The Mix Tape Version.

I for 1 will be sending Big C some $ for this release.
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#22
Nearly 1 year later and we finally have an update regarding the project -

Quote:Big C-Style Present's… – The ONE NINE Vaults Vol. 1 (Before The Pipe Was Even Open)

01. Big C-Style Interlude
02. Intro - Daz Dillinger, MC Eiht & Mr Tan
03. Puttin’ It Down - Tray D, Crooked I, J Money Buccs
04. Put That On Something - Crooked I
05. One Of These Mornings - S. Sentrelle
06. I Dump – Big C-Style, Low Lifes & Crooked I
07. G's Come Out At Night (Soopafly Version) - Soopafly, Low Lifes & Crooked I
08. Floss Mode - Mr Tan, Magneto, Coco Loc & Ducc Dogg
09. Tight Situation - Tight Situation - Techniec & Bad Azz
10. Rap Killer (Original Version) - Kurupt The Kingpin, Lowlifes & Crooked I
11. I'm A Rider - King Lou, Low Lifes & Big C-Style
12. Dip 2 This - Crooked I
13. Flossin’ (Demo Version) - Lil C-Style, Tray D & Bad Azz
14. Lo Rider - Dove Shack
15. No Recognition - Tray D, Technie & Bad Azz
16. Make Young Niggaz Holla - Badazz & Low Lifes

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: BIG C-STYLE
PRODUCED BY: DAT NIGGA DAZ, L.T. HUTTON, SOOPAFLY, DAVE SWANG ETC
PROJECT CORDINATOR: DJ OMAR SEEDLESS
ART WORK BY: RISKIE
19TH STREET RECORDS 2011.

Pre-Orders Begin Jan 2012
Release Date: 01/23/12
More Info Coming Soon!!!!!

Here's some notes about each track -

Quote:1. Big C-Style Interlude – 



Circa: December 1997

Produced By: Dat Nigga Daz

Session: “Straight Outta Cali” Compilation

Lable: Breakaway/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Echo Sound, La. Ca

Note – unheard interlude from “straight outta cali” sessions. Big C-Style spreading some knowledge over a nice daz beat.



2. Intro –



Circa: Early 1998

Produced By: Dat Nigga Daz

Session: “Straight Outta Cali” Compilation 

Lable: Breakaway/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Echo Sound, La. Ca

Note – Track Features Unheard Verses From Dat Nigga Daz, Mc Eiht & Mr Tan. It Was Originally Intended To Be The Intro For “Straight Outta Cali” Compilation But Was Lost After The Shooting At Echo Sounds Studio.



3. Put It Down –



Circa: September 1996

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “Low Lifes” LP

Lable: Virgin/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studio, La. Ca 

Note – Track Features Unheard Verses From Tray D, Crooked I & J Money Buccs. The Song Was Originally Recorded For The “Low Lifes” unreleased album.



4. Put That On Something - 



Circa: December 1995

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “LBC 19th St Compilation”
Records

Lable: Capital/19th St Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studios, La. Ca

Note – Unheard Crooked I Solo Song From The “19th St Compilation” On Capital Records Before The Merger With Virgin/Noo Trybe.

5. One Of Theses Mornings –



Circa: March 1996

Produced By: Blaqthoven

Session: “S. Sentrelle Lp Sessions”

Lable: 19th Street Records

Recorded @: Unknown, La. Ca

Note – One Of The Many S. Sentrelle Cuts That Has Been Stashed Away In The Vaults For Over 10 Years. The Song Comes From Her Solo Album Sessions Which Were From 1995-1998

6. I Dump –



Circa: November 1996

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “Low Lifes” LP

Lable: Virgin/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studio, La. Ca

Note – Unreleased Song From The Low Lifes Ft A Crooked I Verse And Big C-Style On The Hook.



7. G's Come Out At Night (Soopafly Version)



Circa: November 1995
Produced By: Preist “Soopafly” Brooks

Session: “LBC 19th St Compilation” Records

Lable: Capitol/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studio, La. Ca 

Note – the reason for this song being out in only a low quality was because it was mainly released on a “low lifes” promo tape, with the vinyl 12’’ containing lil c-style version along with a remix.



8. Floss Mode - 



Circa: October 1997

Produced By: Blaqthoven

Session: “Straight Outta Cali” Compilation

Lable: Breakaway/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Echo Sound, La. Ca

Note – Unheard Track From “Straight Outta Cali” Sessions Which Was Not Released Due To Legal Paper Work Taking Too Long To Clear.

9.  Tight Situation (Demo) -

Circa: June 1994

Produced By: Dave Swang

Session: C-Style’s First Music

Lable: Doggy/Style Records

Recorded @: Dave Swangs Crib

Note - This is C-Style's 2nd Or 3rd Song That He Made During The First Dave Swang Sessions. The Track Features Bad Azz & Techniec With S. Sentrelle  & Danny Boy Providing the hooks.


10. Rap Killer (Original) -

Circa: December 1995

Produced By: L.T Hutton

Session: “LBC 19th St Compilation” Records

Lable:  Capitol/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studio, La. Ca

Note – Alternate Version With Unheard Vocals/Verse From Kurupt The Kingpin At The Top Of His Game. The Track Was Recorded Around The Time The Dpg Got Back From The New York Trip Where The Shooting Took Place.

11.  I’m A Rider - 



Circa: November 1996

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “Low Lifes” LP

Lable: Virgin /19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studios, La. Ca

Note – Unheard Track From The Low Lifes LP Session Featuring King Lou (R.I.P.) With Big C-Style On The Hook.

12.  Dip 2 Dis - 



Circa: October 1996

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “Crooked I” LP

Lable: Virgin/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studios, La. Ca

Note - One Of The First Songs Crooked I Recorded For His First Solo Lp On Virgin Records. The Track Contains A Third And Unheard Verse From Crooked I That Is Not On The Mix Tape Version.

13. Flossin’ (Demo Version)  - 


Circa: June 1995

Produced By: Salim H Grant & Priest Brooks

Session: “LBC Crew” LP

Lable: Doggy/Style Records

Recorded @: Can AM

Note - This Is A Rough MIx Of The Track Which Contains Different Instrument Elements Than The Retail. The Track Has Been Recently Illegally Re-Released By Wide Awake/Death Row Records, As It Was Featured On The 19th Street Compilation Courtesy 19th Street/Virgin Records.

14. Lo Rider - Dove Shack -

Circa: October 1997

Produced By: Blaqthoven


Session: “Straight Outta Cali” Compilation

Lable: Breakaway/19th Street Records

Recorded @: Echo Sound, La. Ca
Note - Original Version Which Was Suppose To Be On The SOC Compilation But Was Not Completed On Time.

15. No Recognition -

Circa: June 1994

Produced By: Dave Swang

Session: C-Style's First Song

Lable: Doggy/Style Records

Recorded @: Dave Swang's Crib

Note - This Is C-Style's Very First Track!!! He Picked Up Bad Azz, Techniec & Tray D And Took Them To Dave Swang's House Which Was Also His Studio.  The Track Features All Unheard Verses From The Hungry MC's Before The Fame.

16. Make Young Niggaz Holla –

Circa: November 1996

Produced By: L.T. Hutton

Session: “Low Lifes” LP

Lable: Virgin /19th Street Records

Recorded @: Sound Castle Studios, La. Ca
Note - Another Unreleased Cut From The Low Lifes Album Which Has A Super Nice L.T. Hutton Beat With Bad Azz Providing Two 16 Bars Along With The Rest Of The Low Lifes.

Source: http://www.dubcc.com/forum/index.php?topic=276314.0
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#23
I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.
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#24
(12-15-2011, 08:19 PM)4 link Wrote:I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.

Agreed, lol. Well we need more information before any payments are made.
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#25
(12-15-2011, 08:19 PM)4 link Wrote:I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.

this album is basically as good as those 2 u mentioned above, its well worth the cash when it does drop Smile
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#26
(12-20-2011, 08:59 PM)Tha Don link Wrote:[quote author=4 link=topic=5006.msg295940#msg295940 date=1323994762]
I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.

this album is basically as good as those 2 u mentioned above, its well worth the cash when it does drop Smile
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You say this as if you know this for certain , lol
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#27
(12-20-2011, 09:04 PM)EFFeX link Wrote:[quote author=Tha Don link=topic=5006.msg296073#msg296073 date=1324429171]
[quote author=4 link=topic=5006.msg295940#msg295940 date=1323994762]
I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.

this album is basically as good as those 2 u mentioned above, its well worth the cash when it does drop Smile
[/quote]

You say this as if you know this for certain , lol
[/quote]

he likes to pretend he has rares
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#28
Dam Dip 2 This is one of my favorite trax i luv it so much, the 3rd verse cant wait for it "One Of The First Songs Crooked I Recorded For His First Solo Lp On Virgin Records" hope there are more trax like this.. Put That On Something another trax that i never hear. btw on dip 2 this, does anyone know or have the tracklist For His First Solo Lp On Virgin Records.
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#29
put that on something is dope, you'll like it.  g funk beat, crooked spittin punchlines about Jerry Rice and shit.  its nice.


look back on this post to see who has it for real Big Grin
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#30
(12-20-2011, 09:35 PM)Rajon Rondo fan link Wrote:[quote author=EFFeX link=topic=5006.msg296076#msg296076 date=1324429458]
[quote author=Tha Don link=topic=5006.msg296073#msg296073 date=1324429171]
[quote author=4 link=topic=5006.msg295940#msg295940 date=1323994762]
I would pay $50 for this album. Straight Outta Cali and 19th Street Comp. are incredible albums and I'm sure this will be the same. Only problem is I don't want to pay my $50 and not hear anything for years.

this album is basically as good as those 2 u mentioned above, its well worth the cash when it does drop Smile
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You say this as if you know this for certain , lol
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he likes to pretend he has rares
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lol, nah the only pretender is u, thats why ya ass got ran out of the dubb Wink
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