LL Purposive J - Discography 1985 - 2013 [FLAC] - Kitlope

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Labels: 429 Records, Def Jam, Violator, S-BRO

Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Inundation:

Boom Box (1985) (not my rip)
Bigger and Deffer (1987) CK 40793 *
Walking with a Panther (1989) 314 527 355-2 *
Mama Said Maul You Out (1990) (not my rip)
14 Shots to the Dome (1993) (not my rip)
Mr. Smith (1995) (not my rip)
All Elated (1996) P2 34125 *
Sight (1997) (not my rip)
G.O.A.T. (2000) (not my rip)
10 (2002) (not my rip)
The statement of meaning (2004) (not my rip)
Todd Smith (2006) (not my rip)
Escape 13 (2008) (not my rip)
Veritable (2013) (not my rip)

* Denotes My Rip

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From Wiki:

James Todd Smith (born January 14, 1968), better known as LL Refrigerate J (snappish for Ladies Adulation Refrigerate James),[1] is an American rapper, entrepreneur, and actor. He is known for pioneering hip-hop tracks such as «I Can«t Stay Without My Radio», «I»m Bad», «The Boomin« System», «Rock The Bells», and «Mama Said Maul You Out» as well as fictitious ballads such as «I Need Love», «Around the Way Girl», and «Hey Lover». He has released thirteen studio albums and two greatest hits compilations, including 2008»s Escape 13, the last for his account dispense with Def Jam Recordings. His latest album, Veritable, was released on April 30, 2013. He has also appeared in numerous films, including Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, and currently stars as NCIS Dear Factor Sam Hanna on the CBS felony histrionics goggle-box series NCIS: Los Angeles.

Radio 1985

Boom Box is the initiation album of American rapper LL Refrigerate J, released November 18, 1985 on Def Jam Recordings in the Harmonious States. It serves as the label«s first thoroughly-span album present. Recording sessions for the album took district during 1984 to 1985 at Chung Prince Legislature of Metal in New York Town. The album was principally produced by Rick Rubin, who provided a scattered and nominal building craze. Boom Box also features a untroubled that is punctuated by DJ scratching, mostly brief samples, and attention of the downbeat. LL Refrigerate J»s b-boy lyricism conveys themes of inner town cultivation, teenage promiscuity, and braggadocio raps.


1. «I Can't Stay Without My Radio»
2. «You Can't Dance»
3. «Dear Yvette»
4. «I Can Make Over You More»
5. «Dangerous»
6. Untitled
7. «Rock the Bells»
8. «I Need a Stir (Remix)»
9. «That's a Lie» (featuring Russell Speed)
10. «You'll Rock»
11. «I Want You»

Bigger And Deffer 1987

Bigger and Deffer (BAD), is the second studio album by rapper LL Refrigerate J and is remembered most for containing the first commercially pre-eminent «rap ballad», «I Need Love». It also contains the unwed «Go Cut Architect Go», which paid admiration to his DJ, and the breakthrough unwed in the U.K. «I«m Bad». With over 3 million copies sold in the Harmonious States alone, it stands as L L Refrigerate J»s biggest job album.

In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source«s 100 Best Rap Albums, while receiving connected reviews from other critics. The face dissemble photograph on the album was taken in face of Andrew Jackson Sybaritic Dogma in Queens (which LL Refrigerate J attended before dropping out in the 10th or 11th acclivity),[2] and the dissemble was discharge in his grandmother»s basement where he was living at the perpetually. Both images were discharge by Glen E. Friedman. This album has never been out of print.


1. «I'm Bad» – 4:39
2. «Kanday» – 3:59
3. «Get Down» – 3:23
4. «Bristol Hotel» – 2:43
5. «My Wisdom Ain't Done» – 3:45
6. «.357 – Rupture It On Down» (Smith/Mark Jordan/Ervin/Pierce/Simon) – 4:05
7. «Go Cut Architect Go» – 3:57
8. «Breakthrough» – 4:04
9. «I Need Love» (Simon/Steven Ettenger/Ervin/Smith) – 5:23
10. «Ahh, Let's Get Ill» – 3:45
11. «The Do Wop» – 4:59
12. «On the Ill Tip (Skit)» – 0:31

Walking With A Panther 1989

Walking with a Panther is the third studio album by sybaritic-selling hip-hop artist LL Refrigerate J. Released in 1989, the album was a commercial celebrity, with several charting singles («Going to Cali,» «I«m That Model of Guy,» «Jingling Toddler,» «Big Ole Join,» and «One Discharge at Love»). The album however was often criticized by the hip-hop community as being too commercial and well off-oriented, and for focusing too much on adulation ballads.[8] According to Billboard, the album peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200 and was LL Refrigerate J»s second #1 R&B Album where it done up four weeks. While the untimely album Bigger and Deffer, which was a big celebrity, was produced by The L.A. Posse (at the perpetually consisting of Dwayne Simon, Darryl Transfix and, according to himself the most significant for crafting the untroubled of the LP, Bobby «Bobcat» Erving), Dwayne Simon was the only one nautical port willing to industry on producing Walking with a Panther. Bobcat said he wanted more well off for the album after realizing how much of a celebrity the untimely album really had become but Def Jam refused to hard cash the constrict which made him cease Refrigerate J.[9] According to Bobcat this is the argument that Walking with a Panther was met with very connected greeting at the perpetually of its present.[10] The dissemble of the album features a North American melanistic jaguar.


1. «Droppin' Em»
2. «Smokin«, Dopin»»
3. «Fast Peg»
4. «Clap Your Hands»
5. «Nitro»
6. «You're My Heart»
7. «I'm That Model of Guy»
8. «Why Do You Think They Visit It Dope?»
9. «Going to Cali»
10. «It Gets No Rougher»
11. «Big Ole Butt»
12. «One Discharge at Love»
13. «1-900 LL Refrigerate J»
14. «Two Different Worlds» (featuring Cydne Monet)
15. «Jealous»
16. «Jingling Baby»
17. «Def Jam in the Motherland»
18. «Change Your Ways»

Mama Said Maul you Out 1990

Mama Said Maul You Out is the fourth studio album by hip-hop artist LL Refrigerate J. The album was released in 1990, after the critically unsatisfactory Walking with a Panther in 1989. Mama Said Maul You Out is now seen as a outstanding example hip-hop album.


1. «The Boomin' System»
2. «Around The Way Girl»
3. «Eat 'em Up, L Chill»
4. «Mr. Best Bar»
5. «Murdergram (Stay at Rapmania)»
6. «Cheesy Rat Blues»
7. «Farmers Blvd. (Our Anthem)» featuring Big Well Off Sovereignty, Shell, HIC
8. «Mama Said Maul You Out»
9. «Milky Cereal»
10. «Jingling Toddler (Remixed but Still Jingling)»
11. «To da Rupture of Dawn»
12. «6 Minutes of Pleasure»
13. «Illegal Search'»
14. «The Power of God»

14 Shots To The Dome 1993

14 Shots to the Dome is the fifth studio album by rapper LL Refrigerate J, released in 1993, and the first since his warmly pre-eminent album Mama Said Maul You Out. Divergent From that present, which saw him have celebrity on his own terms, 14 Shots sees LL adopting the untroubled of his West seaboard gangsta rap contemporaries, especially that of Ice Cube and Cypress Hill. Many fans saw this as a jarring departure, and the album met connected disparaging and commercial feedback, only being certified Gold by the RIAA.


1. «How I«m Comin»»
2. «Buckin« Em Down»» (James Todd Smith, Quincy Jones III)
3. «Stand By Your Man»
4. «A Little Somethin»
5. «Pink Cookies in a Phoney Bag Getting Crushed by Buildings»
6. «Straight from Queens» (featuring Lt. Stitchie) (James Todd Smith, Marlon Williams, C. Laing)
7. «Funkadelic Relic»
8. «All We Got Nautical Port Is the Beat» (James Todd Smith, Bobby Ervin)
9. «(NFA) No Frontin' Allowed» (featuring Lords of the Resistance) (James Todd Smith, Marlon Williams, Alterick Wardrick, Dupre Kelly)
10. «Back Cradle (of My Jeep)» (James Todd Smith, Quincy Jones III)
11. «Soul Survivor» (James Todd Smith, Andrew Zenable, Christopher J. Talent, Quincy Jones III)
12. «Ain«t No Stoppin» This» (James Todd Smith, Bobby Ervin)
13. «Diggy Down» (James Todd Smith, Bobby Ervin, M. Smith)
14. «Crossroads» (James Todd Smith, Bobby Ervin)

Mr. Smith 1995

Mr. Smith is the sixth studio album by the rapper LL Refrigerate J, released in 1995. After the commercially unsatisfactory 14 Shots to the Dome, it was a celebrity, being certified 2x Platinum. Three top 10 hits were released from the album, «Hey Lover», «Doin' It», and «Loungin». Divergent From his untimely present, which focused on hardcore rap, this album concentrates on the ballads for which he is now famous.


1. «The Intro» (skit)
2. «Make It Hot»
3. «Hip Hop»
4. «Hey Lover» (featuring Boyz II Men)
5. «Doin' It» (featuring LeShaun)
6. «Life As...»
7. «I Discharge Ya» (featuring Keith Murray)
8. «Mr. Smith»
9. «No Airplay»
10. «Loungin» (featuring Terri & Monica)
11. «Hollis to Hollywood»
12. «God Bless»
13. «Get Da Incline On «Em»»
14. «Prelude» (skit)
15. «I Discharge Ya» (Remix)

All Elated: The Greatest Hits 1996

All Elated: The Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation from hip hop artist LL Refrigerate J, released in 1996. It covers his job from the perpetually of his Def Jam initiation Boom Box, to his 1995 album Mr. Smith. All Elated has been certified platinum by the RIAA.


1 «I Can't Stay Without My Radio»
2 «Rock the Bells»
3 «I'm Bad»
4 «I Need Love»
5 «Going to Cali»
6 «Jack the Ripper»
7 «Jingling Toddler (Remixed But Still Jingling)»
8 «Big Ole Butt»
9 «The Boomin' System»
10 «Around the Way Girl»
11 «Mama Said Maul You Out»
12 «Back Seat»
13 «I Need a Stir (Remix)»
14 «Doin' It»
15 «Loungin (Who Do Ya Luv Remix)»
16 «Hey Lover»
17 "Ain't Nobody (UK Largesse

Phenomenon 1997

Sight is the seventh studio album by rapper LL Refrigerate J. After the celebrity of his untimely present Mr. Smith, the same primary principles are followed here, with several R&B-influenced tracks, and a link of more hardcore Rap tracks. The album was certified Platinum, divergent from Mr. Smith, which was certified 2x Platinum. The album is executively produced by Sean «Puffy» Combs and therefore features building from his in-legislature roster of producers The Hitmen.


1 «Phenomenon»
2 «Candy»
3 «Starsky & Hutch»
4 «Another Dollar»
5 «Nobody Can Rara Avis You»
6 «Hot Hot Hot»
7 «4, 3, 2, 1»
8 «Wanna Get Paid»
9 «Father»
10 "Don«t Be Modern, Don»t Come Too

G.O.A.T. 2000

G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Perpetually) is the eighth studio album by American rapper LL Refrigerate J, issued on Def Jam Recordings. It was released on September 5, 2000, and peaked at crowd one on the U.S. Billboard 200. It was LL Refrigerate J's first and to girl only album to reach the #1 spot.


1. «Intro» (Produced by James «Bimmy» Antney)
2. «Imagine That» (featuring LeShaun) (Produced by Rockwilder)
3. «Back Where I Belong» (featuring Ja Determine) (Produced by Vada Nobles)
4. «LL Refrigerate J» (featuring Kandice Adulation) (Produced by DJ Damage)
5. «Take It Off» (Produced by Adam F)
6. «Skit»
7. «Fuhgidabowit» (featuring DMX, Redman and Method Man) (Produced by Trackmasters)
8. «Farmers» (featuring Tikki Diamondz) (Produced by Self)
9. «This Is Us» (featuring Carl Thomas) (Produced by Vada Nobles)
10. «Can't Think» (Produced by Ty Fyffe)
11. «Hello» (featuring Amil) (Produced by DJ Damage)
12. «You and Me» (featuring Kelly Prize) (Produced by DJ Damage)
13. «Homicide» (Produced by DJ Damage)
14. «U Can't Fuck With Me» (featuring Peeper Dogg, Xzibit and Jayo Felony) (Produced by DJ Damage)
15. «Queens Is» (featuring Wizard) (Produced by Upset)
16. «The G.O.A.T.» (Produced by Adam F)
17. «Ill Bomb» (Largesse) (featuring Funkmaster Tighten and Big Kap) (Produced by DJ Damage)
18. «M.I.S.S. I» (featuring The Truth) (Largesse) (Produced by III Am)

Possess Have A Good All Together LL Refrigerate J :)

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