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Peter Piper - Run DMC* - High Profile: The Original Rhymes (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Run DMC* ‎– High Profile: The Original Rhymes Label: Arista ‎– , BMG ‎– , Ariola ‎– , Profile Records ‎– /5(24).
  2. Raising Hell is the third album by hip hop group Run-D.M.C. released on May 15, by Profile ecorigdocichan.tensconttedethonagoomsonshemsmamalsubs.co album was produced by Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin. Raising Hell became the first Platinum and multi-Platinum hip hop record. The album was first certified as Platinum on July 15, , before it was certified as 3x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Genre: Hip hop, rap rock.
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  6. Actually appears as "Profile" only. May also appear as "Profile Records Ltd" on some UK releases. Profile was one of the earliest hip-hop labels which also released disco, dance, and electro records. The label was founded in New York City in by Steve Plotnicki and Cory Robbins. Over the years Profile acquired many smaller.
  7. Run-DMC: My Adidas / Peter Piper Run DMC* High Profile: The Original Rhymes Quik Is The Name ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Profile Records, Legacy, Sony Music: US: Sell This Version: 3: Various: Rapper's Delight.
  8. RUN DMC "High Profile: The Original Rhymes" Abspielen 2. Walk This Way (Single Version) 80s Hits "Peter Piper," "It's Tricky," and "My Adidas" continue to move crowds to this day, while the tracks "Rock Box," "King of Rock," and "Walk This Way" were the first to combine Hard Rock and rap, predating today's chart-topping Rapcore acts.

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