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Comes in envelope-cover with two inserts.
Business as Usual is the third album from Hip Hop duo EPMD, released December 18, 1990 and their first on leading rap label Def Jam as a result of being signed over along with Nice & Smooth from their former label, Fresh Records. This album was also the first release by Def Jam as an imprint under its new Rush Associated Labels subsidiary, which allowed founder Russell Simmons more control and more ownership over its material, as the masters for proper Def Jam releases at that time were primarily. Business as Usual is the debut studio album by Australian new wave band Men at Work, which was released in November 1981 in Australia, and April 1982 in the United States. It spent nine weeks at the top of the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart from December 1981 through to March 1982. The Australian version had a black and white cover design overseas releases had a similar design, but in a black and yellow colour scheme. Business as Usual was one of the most successful albums internationally. Business As Usual - Something Good. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. I'm Mad Hardcore Rampage Manslaughter Jane 3 For My People Mr. Bozack Gold Digger Give The People Rap Is Outta Control Brothers On My Jock Underground Hit in album EPMD - Business As Usual 1990. EPMD - Im Mad. Strictly Business. Hip-Hop East Coast Rap. We Mean Business. Unfinished Business. Business as Usual became a surprise international hit on the basis of Who Can It Be Now and Down Under, two excellent singles that merged straight-ahead poprock hooks with a quirky new wave production and an offbeat sense of humor. Colin Hay's keening vocals uncannily recall Sting, and the band's rhythmic pulse and phased guitars also bring to mind a bar band version of the Police. And that helps make the remainder of Business as Usual enjoyable. Album Info. Label: Eva-Tone Soundsheets. Comes in envelope-cover with two free to EPMD Business As Usual I'm Mad, Hardcore and more. 14 tracks 49:50. It is their first album for Def Jam as a result of being signed over from their former label, Fresh Records. The album was also the first release by Def Jam as an imprint under its new Rush Associated Labels subsidiary, which allowed founder Russell Simmons more control and ownership over its material. Business as Usual features a guest. From office sex to a lesbian tryst in a garment factory, to several couplings in some very obscure places - Business As Usual proves that this film is anything but