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    The Last PoetsO.D./Black Thighs (1970)Douglas
    Proto-rap in original USA picture sleeve! O.D. is the A, but Black Thighs is the tune - wicked Percussion + proto-rap. Killer.
    • The Last Poets – O.D.
    • The Last Poets – Black Thighs
    • Original 7"£9.99
      Vinyl condition: NM-Sleeve condition: VG+UNPLAYED Original USA 7"Vinyl
      100% Guarantee on this and all Original Vinyl at Sounds Of The Universe - 'if you're not happy we're not happy' or your money back!
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    The Last PoetsUnderstand What Dub IsStudio Rockers
    Brighton production-maestro Prince Fatty's re-working of The Last Poet's 2018 album "Understand What Black Is" and gives it a fresh twist and blend of...
    • The Last Poets – Rain of Terror (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – We Must Be Sacred (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – How Many Bullets (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – Certain Images (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – The Music (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – Understand What Black Is (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – What I Want to See (Prince Fatty Dub)
    • The Last Poets – North, East, West, South (Prince Fatty Dub)
    The Last PoetsBy Christine Otten
    New book on the LAST POETS - first ever!Description: Harlem, 1969. The air is charged with hope and revolution. The Black Panters are in their...
    The Last PoetsOh My People (1985)Celluloid
    1985 album from The Last Poets which on this record featured members Suliaman El-Hadi & Jalaluddin Mansur Nuriddin.
      The Last PoetsRight OnJuggernaut
      Radical soundtrack - a Woodstock in Poetry !
        The Last PoetsThis Is Madness (1984)Celluloid
        Originally recorded in 1971, The Last Poets at their revolutionary best on rhymes like 'True Blues' and 'Mean Machine'