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Section 1. Soul

Brown, James
Sex Machine: (King 1970)
* "Soul Power-Live"
     Schoolly D - "It's Like Dat"

Soul Classics: (Polydor 1972)
* "Soul Power Pt I"
     Audio Two - "Build up Back Up"
     Boogie Down Productions - "Poetry"
     Das EFX - "Mic Checka"
     Das EFX - "Undaground Rappa"
     Demon Boyz - "Rougher than an Animal"
     EPMD - "Total Kaos"
     Hip-Hop against Apartheid - "Free South Africa"
     Kool Moe Dee - "Let's Get Serious"
     Kurtis Blow - "Suckers in the Place"
     Overweight Pooch - "Ace is a Spade"
     Public Enemy - "Caught, Can We Get a Witness?"
     Public Enemy - "Night of the Living Baseheads"
     Public Enemy - "What Kind of Power We Got?"
     Scarface - "Body Snatchers"
     Stetsasonic - "Speaking of a Girl Named Suzy"
     Two Kings in a Cipher - "Daffy Wuz a Black Man"

Maceo & the Macks
Us!: (People 1974)
* "Soul Power '74"
     3rd Bass - "Product of the Environment"
     Big Daddy Kane - "Get Down"
     Black Machine - "How Gee"
     Chill Rob G - "Court is Now in Session"
     Doug E Fresh - "Crazy Bout Cars"
     Dream Warriors - "Journey On"
     Eric B and Rakim - "Move the Crowd"
     KAM - "Holiday Madness"
     Low Profile - "How Ya Livin'"
     MC Shan - "Words of a Freestyle"
     Redman - "Rated R"
     Salt-N-Pepa - "A Salt with Deadly Pepa"
     Schoolly D - "Am I Black Enough for You?"
     Spoonie Gee - "The Godfather"
     Stetsasonic - "So Let the Fun Begin"
     Tony, Toni, Tone - "In the. . ."

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