Labcabincalifornia Bundle (2 LP Color Vinyl and 3 CD Set)


This special Cyber Monday Bundle includes:

Labcabincalifornia on 2 LP Limited edition Gold Vinyl in a gatefold jacket.
Labcabincalifirnia on 3 CD Set which features the complete album, instrumentals and all the B Sides & Remixes.

The Pharcyde released Labcabincalifornia, their follow up to their legendary debut Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (itself released on November 24th, 1992) with the album ultimately launching three singles, “Runnin’”, “She Said” and “Drop” (which would go on to massive MTV music video fame due to it’s first ever entirely backwards filmed video directed by Spike Jonze).

Over the next 20 years, the legacy of The Pharcyde and Labcabincalifornia has continued to rise. In the case of Labcabincalifornia,
that’s in no small part due to the production work on the project from the legendary Jay Dee, aka J Dilla.

The Pharcyde’s landmark Labcabincalifornia just hit its 20th anniversary, having originally been released on November 14th, 1995.
The Bicycle Music Company celebrates with an all new pressing of the double gatefold LP. For the CD Set; Disc one features the original record from start to Disc two features all instrumentals including the Jay Dee beats for Runnin’ and Drop as well as the instrumental version of his remix of She Said. The third disc compiles the remixes and B-Cydes including the Rae & Christian remix of Runnin’ and the (previously) B Cyde only cut, Emerald Butterfly. The entire set is housed in a mini-box with magnet clasp with a book filled to the top with rarely seen photos, Pharcyde info and more.

“If Labcabincalifornia came out today, boasting production by J Dilla on seven out of 17 tracks would be a big deal...” - Complex Magazine

“Labcabincalifornia is an artistic breakthrough, and because of the deep shift in hip-hop production in the last two decades, the timelessness of the album is more apparent than ever.” – Treble Music’s Induction of Labcabincalifornia into their Hall Of Fame

“Years ahead of its time for a scene still hung over from The Chronic, Labcabincalifornia was an under appreciated album that would almost certainly have fared better amidst the alt-rap renaissance
of 1999.” – Rap Reviews

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