Barman, MC Paul

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Barman, MC Paul - Cock Mobster / Anarchist Bookstore / Make No Mistake Cock Mobster / Anarchist Bookstore / Make No Mistake
Hip Hop New - 12 CDE 0003 Coup d'Etat
Sealed 2002 Five-Track 12" Single. "It's Almost An Understatement To Say That New Jersey-Native MC Paul Barman Defies Hip-Hop Convention. Rail Thin And Lilly White With A Mop Of Curly Hair Hanging Off His Head, Barman Plays The Geek Image To The Hilt. His Off-Kilter Verses And Painful Delivery Almost Seem Like A Put-On, But The Brown Graduate Has A Disarming Charm And Comes With Serious Credentials. With Only One EP Under His Belt, Barman Attracted Critical Attention From Heavyweights Like The New York Times And Rolling Stone And Found The Opportunity To Work With A Number Of Respected Artists. The Legendary Prince Paul Produced Barman's Debut EP, It's Very Stimulating, Which Was Released In Early 2000 By Prestigious Underground Label Wordsound. Barman's Unconventional Rapping Was Bolstered By His Aptitude For Storytelling And The Album's Hilarious, Self-Deprecating Anecdotes. Barman Switched To Matador For The Release Of How Hard Is That?, Later That Year. Though Barman's Act Smacks Of Novelty To Some, How Hard Is That Was Another Winner. Definitely One Of A Kind, Barman Has Earned The Respect Of His Peers, Appearing On Projects Like Deltron 3030 And Albums By The Likes Of Mr. Dead And Masta Ace.” – Martin Woodside, All Music Guide... more details
 
Barman, MC Paul - How Hard Is That How Hard Is That
Hip Hop New - 12 OLE 447 Matador
Sealed, Hard To Find 2000 12" Single With Custom Title Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features Three Mixes Of "How Hard Is That" B/W Three Mixes Of "Housemate Troubles." “MC Paul Barman Is A Contradiction In Terms. An Ivy League-Educated, Jewish Rapper Seems Too Weird To Be True -- But Though Eccentric He May Be, Paul Barman Throws Down Some Of The Finest Verbiage Ever Pressed On Wax. His Whiney Voice Exudes Bizarre, Sex-Craved But Educated Comedic Tones (Imagine A Lewder, Rapping Weird Al), And He Has Never Been Funnier Than On These Two Tracks. On The A-Side, "How Hard Is That?," Barman Rips Off Notorious B.I.G. With The Catchphrase "I Love It When You Call Me Paul Barman," While The Flipside Continues His Crusade Against Jocks, Lambasting His Football-Watching College Roommate.” – Ari Wiznitzer, AMG... more details
 

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