KMD - Black Bastards (Double Vinyl LP) Metal Face Records MF DOOM

Product code: MF2001LP
Originally scheduled for release back in 1994 but scrapped due to controversial cover art, K.M.D.'s follow-up to their debut Mr. Hood was considered to be one of the Holy Grail records in the annals of hip-hop history. The death of group member Sub-Roc in a car accident squashed the future of K.M.D. shortly after it was recorded. Employing ideals and samples from the album The Blue Guerilla by Kain of the Last Poets, the tone of this record was to be dramatically different than their first, which was lighthearted and playful while still spreading a message about racial stereotypes. Volatile yet poignant tracks like "What a Ni__a Know" and "Bl_ck B_st_rds!" are hip-hop fireballs. Subjects like alcoholism ("Sweet Premium Wine"), drug use ("Smokin' That S*#%"), and women ("Plumskinzz") were all touched upon with incendiary tones. The sound of the record is very raw and sounds unfinished due to Elektra shelving the project, but it doesn't take away from the magic that would have made this a suitable follow-up.


A1. Garbage Day #3 

A2. Get-You-Now 

A3. What a Nigga Know? 

B1. Sweet Premium Wine 

B2. Plumskinzz (Loosehoe, God & Cupid) 

B3. Smokin' That S*#% 

B4. Contact Blitt 

C1. Gimmie 

C2. Black Bastards! 

C3. It Sounded Like a Roc 

D1. Plumskinzz (Oh No I Don't Believe It) 

D2. Constipated Monkey 

D3. F*@# Wit' Ya Head 

D4. Suspended Animation


Label: Metal Face Records

Format: Double Vinyl LP

Release Date: 2021

Brand Metal Face Records
Condition New
Product Code MF2001LP
Weight 0.18kg