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Das EFX - Dead Serious (Instrumentals) flac album Performer: Das EFX
Title: Dead Serious (Instrumentals)
Released: 1992
MP3 album: 1127 mb
FLAC album: 1106 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: RAP / Hip-hop

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Dead Serious is the debut studio album of American hip hop duo Das EFX, released April 7, 1992 on compact disc and audio cassette on East West Records and distributed through Atlantic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place at Firehouse Studios in Brooklyn, New York and at Charlie Marotta's North Shore Soundworks studio in Long Island, New York.

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Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, "They Want EFX," (which contains samples from James Brown's "Blind Man Can See It" and Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Gals") reached the top ten on the . Billboard R&B chart, the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100, but reached and on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively. Around the time of their third album Hold It Down (which was far less commercially successful than their debut release), Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup. They ended up siding with PMD (Parrish Smith), and it led to a three-year absence from recording. They returned in 1998 with the album Generation EFX and followed up in 2003 with the album How We Do; both were panned by critics.

Executive producer: EPMD for GMC Productions Produced and arranged by: Chris Charity and Derek Lynch for Solid Scheme Music, Inc. and Das EFX. Recorded at Firehouse Studios and North Shore Soundworks. Publishing: Straight Out Da Sewer Music (ASCAP).

Das EFX - part of EPMD's Def Squad crew, which also included K-Solo and Redman, among others - made such a wide breakthrough in 1992 with their debut album that their hit "They Want EFX" was even referenced in the lily-white teen serial Beverly Hills 90210. That Dead Serious could have that sort of broad impact and still retain its credibility within the underground hip-hop community says something about its appeal, which was considerable

Dead Serious caused an immediate sensation upon its release. The album was a certified hit, peaking at 16 on the . Billboard 200 chart, topping the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for five weeks. Dead Serious went platinum on the strength of the singles "Mic Checka" and the Top 40 pop hit "They Want EFX", by 1993.

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That album, Das EFX’s Dead Serious, released 25 years ago tomorrow (April 7). EFX had come up under EPMD’s apparent Midas touch. Joining K-Solo and Redman, the New Jersey/New York City duo of Dray and Skoob (respectively) had connected with Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith following a Virginia college talent showcase. In retrospect, Das EFX has a completely different vocal style than E and P (more so than Red’ or Kevin).