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” Keith Shocklee Speaks “

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You know it’s going to be a good day when your lucky enough to hear dudes like KEITH SHOCKLEE drop jewelry for over an hour and change.Back in the days I would have done almost anything to soak up this type of info, so do yourself a favor and peep this recent episode of the Cipher with Shawn Setaro!!!!!

Keith is best-known as a member of the Bomb Squad, the historic production team that changed hip-hop in the late 1980s and early 90s with their incendiary work for Public Enemy, Ice Cube, Slick Rick, Bel Biv DeVoe, and countless others – not to mention their hit remixes for pop stars like Paula Abdul and Janet Jackson.

But before Keith was helping to create some of the greatest rap albums of all time, he was part of a successful mobile DJ crew called Spectrum City, based out of his hometown of Roosevelt, Long Island. The crew consisted of most of the people who would go on to form the core of Public Enemy and the Bomb Squad.

Tracks featured in this episode:

WBLS Ken “Spider” Webb RadioRewinder
DJ Divine, “Get Into the Mix”
Public Enemy, “You’re Gonna Get Yours”
Public Enemy, “Rightstarter (Message to a Black Man)”
Boogie Down Productions, “9mm Goes Bang”
Public Enemy, “Raise the Roof”
Public Enemy, “Miuzi Weighs A Ton”
Public Enemy, “Public Enemy No.1”
True Mathematics and the Invisible Empire, “After Dark”
Public Enemy, “Bring The Noise”
The Kay Gee’s, “Kay-Gees Theme Song”
The Nite-Liters, “K-Jee”
The Gauntlet Theatrical Trailer
MC DJ Flavor (Flavor Flav) – Party In My Pants (You’re Invited)(Unreleased Spectrum City on WBAU)
Public Enemy, “Bring The Noise – No Noise A Cappella”
Public Enemy, “Fight The Power”
Public Enemy, “Bring The Noise – No Noise Instrumental”
The Jackson 5, “Darling Dear”
Public Enemy, “Night Of The Living Baseheads”
Public Enemy, “Pollywanacracka”
Public Enemy, “Reggie Jax”
Sly & Robbie, “Jah In Dub”
Public Enemy, “Welcome To The Terrordome”
The Boys Choir Of Harlem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing”
Buffalo Springfield, “For What It’s Worth”
Public Enemy f/Stephen Stills, “He Got Game”
The Cipher Episode 87: Ron Isley, Remixed
The Isley Brothers, “Fight the Power – Pt. 1 & 2”
Public Enemy, “black is back”
Bel Biv DeVoe, “Poison”
Bel Biv DeVoe, “Poison”
Bel Biv DeVoe, “Poison”
Ice Cube, “The Nigga Ya Love To Hate”
Ice Cube, “The Drive-By”
Ice Cube f/Chuck D, “Endangered Species (Tales From The Darkside)”
N.W.A., “100 Miles And Runnin’”
Slick Rick, “Treat Her Like A Prostitute”
Slick Rick, “Indian Girl (An Adult Story)”
Slick Rick, “Children’s Story”
The Rolling Stones, “Monkey Man”
Young Black Teenagers, “Soul Wide Open”
Rush, “Tom Sawyer”
Young Black Teenagers, “Time To Make The Dough Nutz”
Young Black Teenagers, “Tap The Bottle”
Spectrum City, “Check Out the Radio”


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