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Tone Loc: Loc'ed After Dark (Expanded Edition)

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Few voices of any genre have the distinct sound quality possessed by rapper Tone Loc; match that with one of the most laid-back flows in hip hop and the result is one of the genre's first albums to ever reach #1 on the pop charts as well as to be certified platinum. Over two decades since Tone Loc's debut album was released in 1989, Delicious Vinyl is proud to bring you the album once again in its entirety, plus seven additional bonus tracks that include remixes and unreleased material.

For a debut rap album, Loc'ed After Dark certainly spans a wide range of styles, and with this release, listeners will be able to experience them in their fully remastered glory. The title track features one of the first major uses of the oft-sampled Edwin Starr track, "Easin In," and does it with the deft and simplicity many of those later tracks lacked. The album also boasts early production from a pre-Beastie Boys production duo Dust Brothers on songs such as "Next Episode" and "Don't Get Close," among others. Even casual hip hop listeners will enjoy rediscovering classic party jams "Wild Thing" and "Funky Cold Medina." As always, this brand new edition will feature detailed cover art as well as other exclusives never previously seen, adding to the enduring legacy of one of hip hop's biggest early names.

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1. On Fire (Remix)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross; The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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2. Wild Thing
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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3. Loc'ed After Dark
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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4. I Got It Goin' On
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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5. Cutting Rhythms
Producers: The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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6. Funky Cold Medina
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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7. Next Episode
Producers: The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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8. Cheeba Cheeba
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross; The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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9. Don't Get Close
Producers: The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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10. Loc'in On The Shaw
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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11. The Homies
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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12. On Fire (New Flavor) (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross; The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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13. Cheeba Cheeba (Vocal) (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross; The Dust Brothers
Year: 1989
 
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14. I Got It Goin' On (Remix) (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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15. The Homies (On Tilt Mix) (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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16. The Fine Line Between Hyper And Stupid (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
 
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17. Wild Thing (Wild Beats) (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
instrumental 
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18. Funky Beats (Bonus)
Producers: Matt Dike; Michael Ross
Year: 1989
instrumental 
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Total Comments: 9
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/24/2013 10:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Tone Loc's best album.. it got some bangers on it! Believe it or not!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 3/2/2013 7:06:00 PM; Partial IP: .227.56.68)
Location: Stocktown, Sweden
Comment: @The Ball: I don't like "Wild Thang" either, but you can't judge an artist for one mainstream single! This album has some classic songs!
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/12/2012 8:34:00 PM; Partial IP: 19.150.123)
Location: anywhere
Comment: @TheBall: Dude,get a life & stop talking BS in double times! U still on the lookout for the "other" ball?
Name: (Posted: 7/17/2012 10:25:00 AM; Partial IP: .37.171.52)
Location: What the...
Comment: I forgot about this shit the day it dropped. Whenever the Wild Thang video came on Yo! or on RapCity I was like change, then we left it so we could laugh at the DJ with the turn table on the guitar strap. Shit was always only ever whack... ALWAYS. NWA... Wow. Liked 'em but thats what was POPULAR at the time. Then I began to see the problem with what was happening. I refused to deal and I walked away. HipHop was almost killed dead for me until I found the underground again and now... NOW Bitches... there is no place like home. Ahhhh... "HipHop is that you? Take off your shoes baby you must be beat from KEEPING IT REAL... I will serve you whatever your heart desires. No TV though... too many COMMERCIALS and you know how easily influenced you can be. Let me take of you..."
Name: (Posted: 7/17/2012 10:16:00 AM; Partial IP: .37.171.52)
Location: Ummmm... Noooo
Comment: Mainstream was NOT underground back then. Underground was teh $hit that DIDN'T go mainstream... BACK THEN. Ton Loc was honestly, along with Young MC, the first of many cuts I hated. That commercial appeal was what I hated the most. The following from young freckle faced girls in the Burbs listening on teh Top$) station like that's my song and then spits it whack lyrics w/ a smile and pigtails. This sir was NOT HipHop and helped to usher its demise!!! The PROBLEM is that he was everywhere when he needed to someplace specific. RIGHT after their songs you would hear Celine Dion or Elton John. WTF??!!? Where I am from we had a summer station called RAPOLOGY... Guess what they played there... WRONG, they played HipHop. 24 hours a day 7 days a week Non STOP!!! No LOC's or Young's or Lil's allowed. Now all who don't know the underground have crossed over thanks to this hipocrisy. Fuck you Tone Loc... and definitely FUCK Young MC. Where the hell are they????????? Gone, because pop is not enduring! Fuck 'em!!!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/10/2012 10:27:00 AM; Partial IP: 183.26.166)
Location: T Dot
Comment: Soul Unique your straight trippin, were you even born when this dropped?.. This is a classic album that I have so many fond memories with. Although this LP is mainly knowed for its 2 commercial singles (which happen to be my 2 least favorite tracks on here) The rest of the album is just so funky dope. Crispy drums, phat basslines with some cool battle/party lyrics sprinkled on top. Dont let the commercial success of this album fool you, many of the samples on here were rocked on here first before everybody else jumped on it.. fresh reissue indeed!
Name: (Posted: 6/17/2012 11:18:00 PM; Partial IP: 210.231.22)
Location: Bay
Comment: I want it. Classic. I need to get some Ice T albums too. This album is str8 time machine hot tub diggy dope. mainstream was underground back then....was almost always fresh, dope, creative....now...clones who are dumber than ever doin bootie jams and club joints.... back then was wen hip hop was startin to get good.....kid n play.....young mc.....NWA....Eazy E.....Run Dmc days.....golden age of Hip Hop. u don't know? cuz u suck. Like my radio fucking suck.....like all these garbage bitch ho radio stations hardly ever play something to inspire me...... Tone Loc was everywhere....all the time.....wild thing and funky cold medina both suggestive but not raw xxx.....was creative.....smarter......unique.....like black wolf man jack and beastie boys collating........blab....the world sleeps like suckers.....
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/15/2012 8:31:00 AM; Partial IP: 44.231.223)
Location: italia
Comment: soul unique,please get off the dick !
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 6/14/2012 6:15:00 PM; Partial IP: 10.191.254)
Location: San Antonio
Comment: Who in the hell would want this crap?lol!!
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