The Knockout Kingz - various tracks ?!?
according to Optimus there's possibly up to 6 unreleased group recordings
(released tracks: two on each
"The White Man Is The Devil Volume 1"
and Optimus' myspace
plus one on Danny Diablo's "street CD")
Rob Kelly & Slaine - Dropkicked (New Version) ?!?
produced by Mr. Green; most probably recorded with live instruments
because of sample clearance bullshit on the original version
La Coka Nostra
recorded, yet unreleased material:
a track produced by DJ Muggs didn't make the album/mixtapes.
most probably there's 10 or more unreleased tracks, including such
produced by Fredwreck, Sick Jacken, Evidence and even one featuring
Son Doobie (the first DJ Muggs track was an original version of "Do It").
release announcement history:
(previously mentioned or announced stuff to precede/support/ accompany the album, none of which ever materialised)
a DVD included with the album was announced to contain a
"making of" as well as music videos for "That's Coke" and "I'm
An American", plus an EP called "The Leak Collection" containing
8-9 tracks that were previously released or do not appear on the album.
an official version of the first single to buy (Everlast myspace
blog post; June 4, 2006), a mixtape (Everlast myspace blog post; January 16, 2007), a 12" vinyl single with two new tracks from
the album (Slaine bostonrap.com posting; June 25, 2007), volume 2
of the "LCN Radio" mixtape (private DJ Eclipse email; Fall 2007),
a track on Ill Bill's second album (various interviews/myspace
banner ads; 2008), one on DJ Lethal's forever delayed solo debut
album "State Of The Art" (his myspace; since 2006) and
one on the
label compilation "Supporting Radical Habits Volume 3 - In Spade We Trust" (first announced early 2008; suburbannoizerecords.com)
since myspace shut down their web servers hosting mp3,
some of the free downloads are currently unavailable.
what you won't find here: shit you can actually buy *
what you will find here: free music offered directly by the artists
(meaning all tracks were given the green light by either Slaine or the original artist)
(* exception: sometimes album tracks are "leaked" by the artists themselves)
click the icon for the mp3 and the trackname for more info about it.
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Slaine - Demo
Various Artists - Mass Movementz 1 Slaine - Say It Twice Slaine - Close Your Eyes (Original Version)
Slaine - Close Your Eyes (UNRELEASED Dirty Version) Slaine - Close Your Eyes (UNMASTERED Dirty Version 2) Slaine & Big Left - LCN Anthem Slaine - Live on UGHH Wednesday Night Live Volume 5 Slaine - Live on Boston Underground La Coka Nostra - Once Upon A Time Special Teamz - Live From The BX Freestyle
Third Kind & Slaine - Unknown Title (Snippet) Rob Kelly - Dropkicked featuring Slaine Baige O'Bannon, Slaine, Diego - Drift Away Slaine - Freestyle Ill Bill, Slaine, Reef The Lost Cauze - Bangmatic Slaine - Hiroshima StU Bangas - Volume 1 Ill Bill, Slaine, Jaysaun - Freestyle Session
Tek, Buckshot, Jaysaun, Slaine - Freestyle Jaysaun & Slaine - Freestyle La Coka Nostra - That's Coke J The S - Get Low (StU Bangas Remix featuring Bad Newz & Slaine) Slaine - Mistaken Identity DL - Requiem For A Dream featuring Slaine K-Beta, Slaine, V Knuckles, Reef The Lost Cauze - I'm Sayin Maaaan La Coka Nostra - I'm An American featuring B-Real Gee.Ko, Dre Robinson, Slaine, Lisa Bello - Keep On Hustling
Boombox Saintz - Life Is A Gamble featuring Slaine Special Teamz - Setting The Stage Ill Bill, Slaine, Reef The Lost Cauze - Bangmatic (Matty Trump Remix) Slaine - Allison James Slaine - Who's The Loudest? Slaine - Freestyle La Coka Nostra - Do It Gwop Gang - Pay Da Bills featuring Tre LB, Gaff Dram, Slaine La Coka Nostra - Bang Bang featuring Snoop Dogg
Adlib, Slaine, Reef The Lost Cauze, DJ Kwestion Hate My Gutz
frequently asked questions
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(what is this all about and who runs it)
this site is dedicated to the work of Boston MC Slaine.
the site's aim is to list all recordings he has ever made.
the is unofficial, run by a fan and not backed by a marketing or
PR firm, record company, distributor or even the artist himself.
(here's why some releases are not in the database)
please note that for the sake of space and to prevent confusion,
if the only difference between two releases is the track order
(not track listing) or cover picture, only one, usually the first,
item is listed.
you will only find original songs and contributions listed here,
mash-ups, unofficial remixes, wack dance remixes, live bootleg or
official recordings of full concerts or single songs (including
so-called "freestyles", i.e. old verses rapped live), compilations
of previously released songs and such will not make it to this list.
(how to read the database)
most sections here als self explanatory. here's an explanation
of what might first appear a bit confusing to new visitors.
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* additional info
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(jukebox songs, cover pictures, third party software, etc)
copyright for the jukebox songs and the cover pictures belongs to their
respective owners, usually big record companies but also to some independent
labels (if you like an artist, make sure to buy his music).
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Viewer, Image Cross Fade Redux, StatCounter and JW FLV Media Player.
(what are the different groups Slaine was/is involved in)
Dirty Money Syndicate
Dirty Money Syndicate or "Drugs, Money, Sex", short "DMS",
is a loose collective of artists rather than a group;
it emerged from late 80s NYHC (New York Hardcore, a kind
of punk music) groups and now includes people from various
genres and professions, similar to the famous Soul Assassins
The Shotblockers are a rap group formed around Danny Diablo
with a loose lineup of performers; part of DMS
Special Teamz, short "ST", a group formed by Bostonians Edo G (of Edo G and Da Bulldogs), Jaysaun (of Kreators)
The Knockout Kingz
The Knockout Kingz, short "KOZ", sometimes also billed as
just The Knockoutz or Lethal Dose All Stars, were the original
group that would later become La Coka Nostra; its members were DJ Lethal, Slaine, Optimus and Big Left.
make sure to check the group's released and unreleased tracks.
La Coka Nostra
La Coka Nostra, short "LCN", emerged from the aforementioned Knockout
Kings. Danny Boy joined as a "project co-ordinator" of sorts and brought
in several new people who are no longer members today. Ill Bill
joined shortly before Non Phixion disbanded, Optimus left because
of creative differences and Everlast joined last.
as of 2009, Big Left is no longer an active member.
merci Andres Varga, a constant major contributor. he kind of co-runs this site =)
thanks to all the producers who helped me along the way: Germz, StU Bangas,
Matty Trump, DJs Lethal & Eclipse
and last but not least Edu Leedz and of course Slaine who help me out with exclusive news and
details every now and then.