March 27, 1984 is the day Hip Hop pioneers Run-D.M.C dropped the debut LP that changed the culture, titled “Run-D.M.C” under Profile Records and Arista Records

Run–D.M.C., the debut studio Hip Hop album from legendary group Run–D.M.C., was produced in 1984 and was considered groundbreaking for its time for introducing a more aggressive form of Hip Hop. Run-D.M.C. will forever be known as pioneering Hip Hop culture. The album was reissued as a “Deluxe Edition” in 2005 with four bonus tracks. Today in Hip Hop history TheSource.com reflects on each track 32 years later…

Tracks:

“Hard Times” – (Bralower, Moore, R.Simmons, Smith, Waring)

“Rock Box” – (McDaniels, J.Simmons, Smith)

R.I.P Jam-Master Jay
“Jam-Master Jay” – (McDaniels, Mizell, J.Simmons, Smith, R.Simmons)

Deluxe Edition bonus tracks:

“Rock Box (B-Boy Mix)”

“Here We Go [Live at the Funhouse]”

“Sucker M.C.’s (Live at Graffiti Rock)”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7k3XTlhVcA

Samples:
“Scratchin'” by Magic Disco Machine
“Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2)” – 3:12 (McDaniels, J.Simmons, Mizell)
“Sucker M.C.’s (Krush-Groove 1)” – 3:09 (N.S.Hardy, Jr., McDaniels, J.Simmons, Smith)
“Live at the Disco Fever” by Lovebug Starski
“It’s Like That” – (McDaniels, J.Simmons, Smith)
“Wake Up” – (J.Simmons, Smith, R.Simmons, Hayden)
“30 Days” – (D.Simmons, Smith, Moore)
“Jay’s Game” – (J.Simmons, Smith, Mizell, R.Simmons)

-Infinite Wiz(@InfiniteWiz)