Lost & Found: Hip Hop Underground Soul Classics

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Lost & Found: Hip Hop Underground Soul Classics
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Compilation album by Pete Rock
Released November 4, 2003
Recorded 1995
Genre Hip Hop
Length 67:56 (Center of Attention)
57:53 (The Original Baby Pa)
Label BBE Records/Rapster Records
Producer Pete Rock, Grap Luva, Spunk Bigga
Pete Rock chronology
PeteStrumentals
(2001)
Lost & Found: Hip Hop Underground Soul Classics
(2003)
Soul Survivor II
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
HipHopDX 4/5 stars link
Mojo 4/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media (8.2/10) link
PopMatters (mixed) link
RapReviews link 9/10 (InI)
8/10 (Deda)
Yahoo! Music (8/10) link

Lost & Found: Hip Hop Underground Soul Classics is a double-disc album featuring previously shelved albums Center of Attention by InI and The Original Baby Pa by Deda. Both albums were recorded in 1995 and produced entirely by Pete Rock except for five overall tracks produced either by Grap Luva or Spunk Bigga; Neither album had been officially released until this compilation came out. Both albums were recorded in 1995, and were scheduled to be released through Pete Rock's Soul Brother Records label. The InI single, "Fakin' Jax", was released in that year and performed fairly well. Deda's song "Blah Uno" originally appeared on a live compilation released by Elektra which also gave a catalog number for the album which was then to be called "Every Man For Himself". Unfortunately, Rock's distribution deal with Elektra Records fell through, and plans to release the albums were subsequently cancelled because of issues over ownership of the masters. Center of Attention did, however, find its way onto the underground market through bootlegging.

In a 2006 interview, Pete Rock stated that BBE Records released this compilation without his permission.[1]

InI Center of Attention[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Intro" Pete Rock *Instrumental*
2 "No More Words" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Ras G, Rob-O
3 "Step Up" Grap Luva Rob-O, Grap Luva, Ras G
4 "Think Twice" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Pete Rock, Rob-O
5 "Square One" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Ras G, Rob-O
6 "The Life I Live" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Ras G, Rob-O
7 "Kross Roads" Pete Rock Rob-O, Pete Rock
8 "To Each His Own" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Q-Tip, Rob-O, Large Professor
9 "Fakin Jax'" Pete Rock Pete Rock, Rob-O, Ras G, Grap Luva
10 "What You Say" Pete Rock Marco Polo, Grap Luva, Ras G, Rob-O
11 "Props" Pete Rock Rob-O
12 "Center Of Attention" Pete Rock Ras G, Rob-O, Grap Luva
13 "Grown Man Sport" Pete Rock Ras G, Grap Luva, Rob-O, Meccalicious, Marco Polo
14 "Mind Over Matter" Pete Rock Grap Luva, Rob-O, Ras G
15 "Don't You Love It" Spunk Bigga Rob-O
16 "Microphonist Wanderlust" Grap Luva Rob-O

Samples[edit]

Deda The Original Baby Pa[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Everyman" Pete Rock Deda, Pete Rock
2 "Baby Pa" Pete Rock Deda
3 "How I'm Livin'" Pete Rock Deda, Vinia Mojica
4 "Blah Uno" Pete Rock Deda
5 "Can't Wait" Pete Rock Deda
6 "I Originate" Pete Rock Deda
7 "Markd4death" Grap Luva Ex-cons
8 "Nasty Scene" Pete Rock Deda
9 "Nothing More" Pete Rock Deda
10 "Press Rewind" Grap Luva Deda, Pete Rock
11 "Rhyme Writer" Pete Rock Deda
12 "Too Close" Pete Rock Deda
13 "Understand?" Pete Rock Deda

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]