|DJ Lord - The Turntablist Chronicles: Presented By Public Enemy DVD (2003)
DJ Lord was chosen by Public Enemy to replace their legendary DJ Terminator X, and on this evidence it's not hard to see why. Providing us with an intimate look into his craft, DJ Lord lifts the lid on his turntable technique, and can be seen performing in Australia and Hong ...
||DJ Lord - The Turntablist Chronicles: Presented By Public Enemy DVD (2003)
DJ Lord CD discography DJ Lord was chosen by Public Enemy to replace their legendary DJ Terminator X, and on this evidence it's not hard to see why. Providing us with an intimate look into his craft, DJ Lord lifts the lid on his turntable technique, and can be seen performing in Australia and Hong ...
||Here Come the Lords CD (1993)
DJ Lord discography Lords of the Underground rattled off five great singles in a row between 1992-1994, all of which helped make Here Come the Lords one of the best rap debuts of 1993. "Psycho," "Chief Rocka," "Flow On," "Here Come the Lords," and "Funky Child" (with that wildly searing horn line) feature spare ...
||Fight the Power: Greatest Hits Live! CD (2007) |
DJ Lord albums The seminal hip-hop protest group puts their legendary stage-show energy on display on the concert album FIGHT THE POWER: GREATEST HITS LIVE! Recorded at the Metro in Melbourne, Australia in 2004, the live CD sees Chuck D and Flavor Flav tearing through favorites such as "Welcome to the Terrordome," "Bring the ...
||Bring That Beat Back CD (2006)
DJ Lord CD discography Audio Mixer: Steve Christian.
Audio Remixers: 23 Skidoo; J.F. Coleman.
Public Enemy: Flavor Flav, Chuck D (rap vocals); DJ Lord, Professor Griff.
Personnel: Hans "Hans Solo" Utter (guitar).
||Revolverlution CD (2002) |
DJ Lord music CDs On REVOLVERLUTION, Public Enemy remains defiant, still bum-rushing the hip-hop underground 15 years after breaking out as one of the most socially and politically outspoken rap acts in the genre's short history. These hip-hoppers with a mission have consistently held the mainstream in a headlock until it took notice. As the ...
||Banned EP: Banned 4 Life CD (2007) |
DJ Lord songs 1. Passion Of The Heist
1. Q&A With The Architects Of The Banned
2. Slamjamz - Taking It Back To The Future
3. Slamjamz Commercial
1. Slamjamz Video Jukebox
The Banned: Khari Wynn (guitar); Brian Hardgroove (bass instrument); Mike Faulkner (drum); DJ Johnny Juice (percussion); DJ Lord (turntables).
||DJ Starscream Presents: This Is Full Metal Jungle Vol. 1 (2009) |
Track Listing of songs: Liar In The Glass; Spray Em' When I See Em'; N2o Destroy Dem' With The Sound; Dub Trap; Chillin' At Ozzfest; Surf 99; Dark Days; Rockin' Some Remixes; Faked You Out; On N2o Records; Deadman; From Tokyo To L.A.; Dojo Scientific; Starscream's A F***'N Nut!; Bare Knuckle Conflict; Freeburning ...
||Keepers Of The Funk CD (1994) |
On "Tic Toc"--the first-rate jam from KEEPERS OF THE FUNK that strings together stories, declarations, and commandments of hip-hop--rapper Funkyman drops this little piece of advice to his microphone-wielding breathren. "Do it for yourself/Do it for the hood/But do it from the heart/`Cos that's when it's good." And what at first ...
||Resurrection CD (1999) |
After a break of almost five years, Newark, NJ's Lords of the Underground returned in 1999 with Resurrection, recorded for Queen Latifah's Jersey Kidz imprint. Right away, MCs Doitall and Mr. Funke and DJ Lord Jazz make clear their position with an introduction decrying hip-hop's loss of its own roots. Together with the first full track, "Retaliate," the intro establishes LOTU as a crew that's come back from the dead to help hip-hop do the same. While a bit ...