When one of Da Beatminerz employees samples jazz and funk, the rest of the band's production is filled with heavy bass lines, a strong flow, and a smoky, jazz-sampling vibe. Black Moon from Brooklyn, NY, a trio consisting of 2 MCs (Buckshot and Five Foot) and producer Evil Dee of the Beat Miners, released their first album in 1993, and it's an unquestionable classic! Black Moon made an impressive debut as the first artist on Wreck Records, a new hip-hop label created by New York's Nervous Records. With "Who Got The Props?", "Buck 'Em Down", and "How Many MC's" at the top of the list, Buckshot's hard-hitting flow and the rough, blackened bass of Evil Dee & MR. Walt of the Beatminers will pierce the pit of your stomach! The album features all 14 tracks from the original CD version, plus two bonus tracks including a 12" version of "Buck Em Down (Da Beatminerz Remix)" for a total of 16 tracks, and is now available in the world's first-ever 2-disc picture vinyl analog format!