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Soul of Hip Hop
Volume 1
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Stax: The Soul of Hip Hop, Volume 1 is a 14 song collection of classic tracks from the ‘60s and ‘70s that have since become sampling mainstays for some of the most prominent hip-hop artists of the past two decades. The compilation is a testament to the enormous influence of the Stax sound, energy and attitude on the entire hip-hop generation. The Soul of Hip Hop, Volume 1 features hits from Stax luminaries like Isaac Hayes, Booker T. & The MGs, The Emotions, The Bar-Kays, The Dramatics, Rufus Thomas, William Bell, David Porter and Little Milton.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Musicomen Soul of Hip Hop 4:04
2 Dizzy Jazz Soul of Hip Hop 4:00
3 Spanish Dancer Soul of Hip Hop 4:00
4 Food 4 Soul Soul of Hip Hop 4:08
5 Still Standing Soul of Hip Hop 4:08
6 The Hip Hop Slide Soul of Hip Hop 4:03
7 Crazy Hip Hop Soul of Hip Hop 4:10
8 Drive By Soul of Hip Hop 3:59
9 I Want to Fly Soul of Hip Hop 4:30
10 Finally Friday Soul of Hip Hop 4:14
11 Xrated Soul of Hip Hop 4:16
12 Rush Hour Soul of Hip Hop 4:24
13 The Come Up Soul of Hip Hop 4:24
14 Haters Soul of Hip Hop 4:24
15 Doomsday Soul of Hip Hop 4:28