Club Krush

June 7, 1990
WPRB (103.3 FM)
Princeton, NJ, USA (Princeton University)

Apparently, I recorded over the first side of my March 8, 1990 episode with the last 40 minutes or so of a show I’m dating at June 7, 1990 (based on a reference to upcoming events that Candy Cane makes during one of the breaks). The week after this, the crew moved to Friday night at 10pm for the summer because Eazy M had a summer job that required the switch. They were on Fridays through (I believe) the third week in September 1990.

Some good airbreaks here, with lots of jokes and Tone dissing K-Solo. The best part of this tape, though, is “Cock Diesel,” a hard to find Tony D track where he declares “Fuck BMW, I’ve got a Toyota Supra!” Some pretty solid mixes, too. The question of the night is “What is ghetto heaven?” Unsigned group Young, Gifted & Black from McGuire Air Force Base is in the house.

Lots of people in the studio (couldn’t figure out who they all were).

Side A

  • Intro
  • Intro Airbreak
  • Genius of Love… Tom Tom Club
  • Buddy (feat. De La Soul & Jungle Brothers)… A Tribe Called Quest
  • Let Me Show You… Chill Rob G
  • Spellbound… K-Solo
  • Airbreak
  • “Think you’re bad?” jazz PRB promo
  • Airbreak
  • Funky for You… Nice & Smooth
  • Grand Verbalizer, What Time Is It?… X-Clan
  • To da Break of Dawn… LL Cool J
  • Mack of Rap… Markey Fresh

Side B

  • Mack of Rap… Markey Fresh (cont.)
  • ?
  • Ready 2 Attack… Special Ed
  • Let the Rhythm Hit ‘Em (45 King Club Mix)… Eric B. & Rakim
  • Airbreak
  • Tempt This… Young, Gifted & Black
  • Rock Dis Funky Joint (On Fire Remix)… Poor Righteous Teachers
  • Listen to Me Brother… Tony D
  • Strictly for the Ladies… Lord Finesse
  • Inside Out… Queen Latifah

Side C

  • Inside Out… Queen Latifah (cont.)
  • Airbreak (low to mid-80s weather)
  • Tower with the Power… YZ
  • Cock Diesel… Tony D
  • We Rock the Mic… Redhead Kingpin & The F.B.I.
  • In the Ways of the Scales… X-Clan
  • Check the Elevation… Tony D
  • Airbreak
  • into Eazy M’s house show (Fresh J had moved, so Too Smooth was no more)