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1. When The ’90s Came.
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Fifty years since the Watts riots kickstarted his experimental spoken word group, poet and proto-rapper Otis O’Solomon reflects on the anger that drove thousands to the streets – and whether anything has changed. A vinyl copy of When the 90s Came, the 1997 music and spoken-word album he recorded as part of the Watts Prophets, is proudly displayed at the front of the restaurant. It was in this neighbourhood, in the wake of a major riot, that he forged poetry that created the template for the rap phenomenon that was to follow. This year will be the 50th anniversary of the Watts rebellion. Black neighbourhoods burned for six days in August 1965, in response to the arrest of Watts residents Marquette Frye, his brother Ronald and their mother Rena Price.
|1||When The ’90s Came||3:41|
|3||The Law/Doin’ Every Day The Hard Way
Engineer – Field MooreProducer – Blackalicious
|4||Me Today, You Tomorrow
Producer – Ras Michael
|6||Breed What You Need
Engineer – Dennis Degher*
Engineer – Chris PuramProducer – DJ Quik
Co-producer – Jim HawkinsEngineer [Mix] – JC ConcatoProducer – Geoff Wilkinson
|10||I Remember Watts||4:26|
Producer – The Watts Prophets
|13||Public Enemy Number One||4:06|
|14||I’ll Stop Callin’ You Niggaz||1:10|
|15||While Growing Up||2:23|
|17||Hungry For Your Love||4:07|
|18||In Pain I View||1:40|
|20||When The ’90s Came (A Cappella)||2:57|
|124 124-2||The Watts Prophets||When The ’90s Came (CD, Album)||Payday||124 124-2||US||1997|
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|JAZID 166 CD||The Watts Prophets||When The ’90s Came (CD, Album)||Acid Jazz||JAZID 166 CD||UK||1997|
|124 124-4||The Watts Prophets||When The ’90s Came (Cass, Album)||Payday||124 124-4||US||1997|
Electronic / Reggae