Expected release 21/4/23
2. Oodles of O's
3. Talkin' Bout Hey Love
4. Pease Porridge
5. Skit 1
6. Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason (Live from BK Lounge)
7. A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"
8. WRMS' Dedication to the Bitty
9. Bitties in the BK Lounge
10. Skit 2
11. My Brother's a Basehead
12. Let, Let Me In
13. Afro Connections at a Hi 5 (In the Eyes of the Hoodlum)
14. Rap De Rap Show
15. Millie Pulled a Pistol on Santa
16. Who Do U Worship?
17. Skit 3
18. Kicked Out the House
19. Pass the Plugs
20. Not Over Till the Fat Lady Plays the Demo
21. Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)
22. WRMS: Cat's in Control
23. Skit 4
25. Fanatic of the B Word
26. Keepin' the Faith
27. Skit 5
Despite their rapid success and recognition, De La Soul continued to prove themselves as one of the most original, authentic and creative groups in hip-hop, with the release of their sophomore album, De La Soul is Dead on May 14, 1991.Featuring once again, the production of visionary producer Prince Paul, their second album further fanned the flames; landing on charts around the world, receiving a five-mic rating in The Source and securing Gold status by the RIAA. To this day, the project is considered one of the groups best albums to date, having left fans with several certified classics like, "A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays", "Ring, Ring, Ring (Ha Ha Hey)" and "Keepin' the Faith".
Another absolutely essential slice of Hip Hop history that’s been unavailable for some time.
A note from Chrysalis Records:
‘Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the passing of David Jude Jolicoeur. Known to fans as
Trugoy the Dove, he helped define hip-hop for generations as one pillar of the seminal hip-hop trio De La Soul. We were lucky to have so closely witnessed his remarkable talent.
More than that, we are grateful for his friendship. From our Reservoir family to his De La brothers, his friends and family, and his fans–we send our deepest sympathies. RIP Dave.’ 🕊️