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Raising Hell - Run-DMC - Raising Hell (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 13,  · RUN DMC* Raising Hell ‎ (CD, Album) Profile Records: FILECD UK: Unknown: Sell This Version: Run DMC* Raising Hell / Explosion En El Infierno /5().
  2. Mar 20,  · Thought we'd kick it old school and play some kickass RUN-DMC. Although this doesn't fit with the kidjakass soundtrack, look forward to some of kidjakass's f.
  3. Mastered from the Original Master Tapes and Strictly Limited to 3, Numbered Copies: Mobile Fidelity g 45RPM 2LP Heightens Rick Rubin's Pioneering Production. Run-D.M.C.'s Raising Hell Brand: Mobile Fidelity.
  4. We're raisin hell like a class when the lunchbell rings The king will be praised, and hell will be raised S-s-s-suckers try to faze him but D won't be fazed So what's your name? D.M.C.! The King is me! Your High-ness, or His Majesty! Now you can debate, c-c-c-concentrate But you can't imitate D.M.C. the Great! Dissin all devils, causin havoc in.
  5. Including their debut album Run-DMC plus King Of Rock, Back From Hell, Down With The King and Crown Royal. The vinyl set starts with a trio of all-time greats, including Jimi Hendrix as Purple Haze. 35 Years of () Guest Appearance Ringo Starr Vertical Man () Other Aerosmith Vinyl and Aerosmith CD's.
  6. Raising Hell () became the first multi-platinum hip hop record. Run-DMC's cover of "Walk This Way", featuring Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, charted higher on the Billboard Hot than Aerosmith's original version, peaking at number four. It became one of the best known songs in both hip hop and rock.
  7. Raising Hell is the third album by hip hop group Run-D.M.C. released on May 15, by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin. Raising Hell became the first Platinum and multi-Platinum hip hop record/5().
  8. Like most white kids, my introduction to rap came via Run D.M.C. and their big radio hit, "Walk This Way". After 3 months of really wanting "Raising Hell", I had enough money to buy the cassette for $ at the now defunct mall music store Discount Records. At the time, I was 13 years old and in 8th grade/5().

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