Wednesday, 10 August 2005

About Run The Road 2

Before I go any further let me beg you something. If you get a bootleg of this or you hear word of it being passed about, let me know. It's expensive to copyright CD's so if you've been trusted with a copy respect that. Aside from the tracks currently on promo we'd also ask DJ's to refrain from playing any of the compilation tracks until week of release unless informed otherwise. Don't ask question, just trust me. But to all wastemen and women that do not give a poop, whatever, you're still going to have to buy it on September 5th to see the DVD anyway. Ha. Keep checking the Run The Road website for more exclusive material coming soon. For any press enquiries contact

The final tracklisting is as follows:
1. Kano & Low Deep feat Ghetto, Big Seac, Demon & Doctor -Get Set(RTR Edition)
2. Doctor & DaVinChe - Gotta Man?
3. JME - Serious Run The Road remix
4. Big Seac - Nah, Nah
5. Sway feat Bruza, Pyrelli, Bigz, Triple Threat,Skinnyman - Up Your Speed Remix
6. Ghetto & Katie Pearl - Run The Road
7. Plan B - Sick 2 Def (accoustic)
8. Kano feat Demon & Ghetto - Mic Check Remix
9. Crazy Titch - Worlds Gone Crazy
10. Lady Sovereign - Little Bit of Shhh (DJ Wonder remix)
11. Klashnekoff - Can't You See
12. Mizz Beats feat Wiley, Jammer, Ears, JME & Sier - Saw It Coming
13. Trim & The Streets - They Gave Him An Inch
14. No Lay - Unorthodox Chick
15. Bear Man feat Doctor & Fender - Drinking Bear Remix
16. Dynasty Crew - Bare Faced Dynasty


Torsten said...

omg. i've got tears in my eyes. :D
wonderful tracklist. i hope, i don't have to wait to long to get a copy - here in germany.

cameo played one exclusive of rtr2 at grimetime two weeks ago here in berlin. and it was massive. unfortunately, i can't remember the trackname.

Chantelle Fiddy said...

think it was the Low Deep 'Get Set' you're talking about

Torsten said...

yah! checked it at juno.
what a track. love it. love low deep.

ShAnKy_MiZzLe said...

It better be better than the last one. You were biggin it up like it was the biggest thing to come out of london since jade goody....and it wasnt. It was all just instrumentlas we been hearing for months and got bored of already, with some standard lyrics over them.

Chantelle Fiddy said...

each to their own... I wasn't a fan of the second half of the album but it showcased variety and the importance lay in it being the first artist based grime comp to have been released. It opened up the scene to a whole new audience and no one can argue otherwise. However no. 2 will differ in that it doesn't serve as an introduction but what's going on now. As you've probably noticed most of these tracks are brand new or only being out on limited vinyl promo runs. Also more song based.

ShAnKy_MiZzLe said...

Yeah i get ur point. but the scene is so small that it all gets recycled over & over. Every tune gets rinsed, look at "Straight" by Mondie, thats had about 50 diff versions with everyone from Jamakabi to Stamina boy. Everytime a good instrumental comes out it gets played to within an inch of its life, then to hear it have a well-known MC's well-known lyrics put over it and re-released on a CD you'v just payed £15 for, its not really that! But i guess if they are all knew tracks it aint as bad, not expecting any new lyrics tho.

alonzo the armless said...

this compilation is poop.

gonzo the gormless said...

"MC's turn UK hip-hop,
scared their debut album will flop..."


MC's or A&R men? It's nice to see that by actually including Skinnyman and Klashnekoff RUN THE ROAD have finally owned up to releasing awful UK hip-hop rather than real grime records. Wait - isn't that JME tune on this same comp.? Idiots.

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