Run-DMC & Schoolly D Materials to Get Down Record Store Day Reissues
Exclusive: "The record has not been defended as much as it should have been over the years," Get On Down Records' Papa D says about Schoolly D's "P. S. K. What Does This Mean?" "so we are very happy to help you get a bit of extra shine after 30 years."
Ten Run-DMC songs and two songs of gangster rap pioneer Schoolly D is scheduled to be released by Get In the Logs on "Black Friday" Record Store Day 2015 (27 November 2015).
Run-DMC "The Singles Collection" 45 vinyl box includes 5 "big-hold" singles on black vinyl with picture sleeve. The singles of Queens, New York trio Run DMC and Jam Master Jay are:
"It's Like That" / "Sucker M. C.'s (Krush-Groove 1)" (custom Profile 45 of the sleeve) 
"Here we go (Live at The funhouse)" / "Here we go (Live at The funhouse) [beep version]" (custom Profile 45 of the sleeve) [published in 1985, recorded August 5, 1983], promo only, the first time in the history of the 7-inch
"Walk this Way" / "King Of Rock" (original 12 inch single picture sleeve) 
"My Adidas" / "Peter Piper" (original 12 inch single picture sleeve) 
"Run" / "Beats To The Rhyme" (original 12 inch single picture sleeve) 
"For our Jukebox 45 of the campaign, we have focused exclusively on '90s Hip Hop, that were never originally available in 45," Get On Down Records' Matt Welch says in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. "With the Run DMC Record Store Day set, we focused mainly on our favorite tracks, so you have a mix of songs that have and have not been previously released on 7", but all of them are classics anyway."
Schoolly D "P. S. K. What Does This Mean?" and "Gucci Time" was released as a split yellow and transparent vinyl luxury 12-Inch in the celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the historic gangster rap individual.
"We are huge Schoolly D fans here, and Philly rap fans in general, as" To Download the Papa D says in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. "[P. S. K.'] register does not get the respect it deserves, in my opinion, so I am excited that we are happy to submit it again for RSD. Its importance in terms of the pioneer of Gangsta Rap, the amazing drum programming and engineering, and the DIY-indy nature of the same,