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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Best Of London Posse: Gangster Chronicle on Discogs.
  2. London Posse - Gangster Chronicle () Probably the best UK rap album and only LP release from London Posse, Gangster Chronicle has remained a milestone in the often dull UK hip hop scene. With heavy reggae tinged beats and upront cockney vocals from Rodney P and the ragga-esque Bionic, it has an unforced feel, with a sound and style that was.
  3. Gangster Chronicles, an album by London Posse on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. In , London rappers Bionic and Rodney P released, arguably, the first true UK hip-hop album, Gangster Chronicle. A potent blend of the reggae, dub and cockneyfied rhymes, their debut album was also to be their last. Successful though it was, when their label went bust, it ceased to be commercially available/5(4).
  5. 3. Original London Style 4. Remedy For The Black Ash Blues 5. Jump Around 6. Sexy Gal 7. Gangster Chronical 8. Live Like The Other Half Do 9. Oversized Idiot Tell Me Something Jump Around How's Life In London Funky Rhyme, Funky Style Pass Me The Rizla.
  6. Label: Mango - MLPS ,Mango - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Ragga HipHop London Posse - Gangster Chronicle (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
  7. London Posse Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 3 Money Mad A2 Livin' Pancoot A3 Original London Style A4 Remedy For The Black Ash Blues A5 Jump Around B1 Sexy Gal B2 Gangster Chronicle B3 Live Like The Other Half Do B4 Oversized Idiot B5 Tell Me Something B6 Money Mad Bonus Beats I remember this when it first came out and the excitement 5/5(3).
  8. Gangster Chronicle is the debut album by UK hip hop group London Posse. Sparkii (Jus Badd Cru) produced six of the tracks (as well as remixing and re-recording "Money Mad"), Twilight Firm (DJ Devastate and Brian B) produced two tracks and the London Posse produced "Tell Me Something".

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