Sequence

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Sequence - Sequence Sequence
Soul New - LP SH 267 Sugar Hill
Sealed 1982 Vinyl Rarity. “The Sequence's Second Album Contains All Of The Same Funky, Soulful Grooves They Busted On Sugar Hill Presents The Sequence. It's Almost An Even Split Between The Ballads And Hip-Hop Numbers: "I Don't Need Your Love," A Wailing Beauty, Pulled Up Lame At Number 40 On Billboards' R&B Chart In May Of 1982, A Poor Showing For One Of Their Best Performances; "Love Changes," Led By Angie B, Is Seven Plus Minutes Of Gut-Wrenching Soul Searching; "Unaddressed Letter" Is An Unexpected Piece Of Traditional Soul That Works Like A Charm; James Brown's "Cold Sweat" Gets A Makeover And A New Feel; And Finally, "Funk That (You Mothers)" And "Get It Together" Are Hip-Hoppers Accented With Hot Raps.” – Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sequence - Sequence Party Sequence Party
Hip Hop New - LP SH 270 Sugar Hill
Sealed, Rare 1983 Original. Musical Backing By The Badass Sugarhill House Band.... more details
 
Sequence - Sequence Sequence
Hip Hop Used - LP SH 267 Sugarhill
1982 Original. Saw-Cut. “The Sequence's Second Album Contains All Of The Same Funky, Soulful Grooves They Busted On Sugar Hill Presents The Sequence. It's Almost An Even Split Between The Ballads And Hip-Hop Numbers: "I Don't Need Your Love," A Wailing Beauty, Pulled Up Lame At Number 40 On Billboards' R&B Chart In May Of 1982, A Poor Showing For One Of Their Best Performances; "Love Changes," Led By Angie B, Is Seven Plus Minutes Of Gut-Wrenching Soul Searching; "Unaddressed Letter" Is An Unexpected Piece Of Traditional Soul That Works Like A Charm; James Brown's "Cold Sweat" Gets A Makeover And A New Feel; And Finally, "Funk That (You Mothers)" And "Get It Together" Are Hip-Hoppers Accented With Hot Raps.” – Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sequence - Sequence Sequence
Hip Hop Used - LP SH 250 Sugarhill
Rare 1981 Original. “No Doubt, Salt N' Pepa Emulated The Sequence, Who Preceded Them As Tough Rap Divas. The Lineups And Attitudes Are Similar, And None Of The Curvy Rappers Comes Off As Passive, Unliberated Women. Gwendolyn (Blondie) Chisholm, Cheryl (Cheryl The Pearl) Cook, And Angela (Angie B) Brown, B.K.A. Sequence Were Street-Wise, Gritty And Butter-Bred. "Simon Says" Has A Contagious, Comical Beat That's Made For Disco. Showing They Do More Than Rap, They Break Off In "The Times When We're Alone," A Slow And Sensual Winner. The Nursery Rhyme Raps On "We Don't Rap The Rap," With Its Energetic Beats, Are Like Dancing Pills. Sesame Street-Like Sounds Continue, Lyrically Anyway, On "Funk A Doodle Rock Jam," Infants Must Have Loved This One, They Could Pronounce Some Lyrics, Particularly "Doodle." Heavy Beats And Well-Spaced Horns, Married With Sequence's Three Part Harmonies And Leads, Keeps You Rocking Until The End. The Group Borrowed From Parliament's "Give Up The Funk" And Came Up With "Funky Sound" Where Blondie, Angie B And Cheryl The Pearl Take Turns Busting Bodacious Raps.” - Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sequence - Funk You Up Funk You Up
Hip Hop Used - 12 SH 543 Sugar Hill
Beautiful 1979 Original.... more details
 

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