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When One Voice: Pride came out in 1990, Ruffhouse Records had yet to become a big player in the music world. The Philadelphia label (which was distributed by Enigma at the time) had put out some decent singles by various Philly rappers, but it had to yet to sign a distribution deal with Columbia and put out multi-platinum albums by Cypress Hill, the Fugees, Kris Kross, and others. Emphasizing rap's socio-political side, this compilation was arguably the best release that Ruffhouse put out during its pre-Columbia days. The ...

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  1. Black Man
  2. Increase the Peace
  3. On a Mission
  4. The Bush/Tee]
  5. Hittin' Hard Balls
  6. Soul Talk
  7. Society's Creation
  8. Caught Up with Suckaizm
  9. Give the People What They Want
  10. Respect Yourself
  11. Decade
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