Not enough people know about this band. I liked few hip hop acts and friends who are into hip hop don’t even know most of this stuff. Sad. These guys were really conscious, authentic, and with good samples and original music. It’s a shame the releases are not easy to find!
Credit to The Nation Sowing the seeds of hatred CD
Label:One Little Indian
Catalog#: 134TP 7CD
Format: CD, Maxi-Single
Genre: Hip Hop
Style: Pop Rap
1 Sowing The Seeds Of Hatred (Radio Friendly Mix)
2 Mr Ego Trip
3 Sowing The Seeds Of Hatred (Doctor Quantize Mix)
Remix Doctor Quantize
4 Sowing The Seeds Of Hatred (Album Mix)
Single released in Uk in 1994 by One Little Indian with catalog number 134TP 7CD. This release entered uk charts on May 14 1994 with catalog number 134TP 7CD. The total number of weeks this release was in charts was 1 and the highest place ever reached was number 72
Credit to the Nation (CttN) are an English hip hop outfit, who had chart success in the 1990s. The band became noted in 1993 after several months of sponsorship by Chumbawamba, with whom they recorded a joint single, “Enough Is Enough”.
Hanson wrote lyrics highlighting flaws in the philosophies of gangsta hip hop, whilst attacking homophobia, sexism and racism. The follow-up single “Call It What You Want”, sampled the guitar riff used by Nirvana on “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. This helped find Credit to the Nation an audience outside of the rap market with the indie market in the UK, and also appeared on the soundtrack to the Jude Law movie Shopping Their subsequent singles “Teenage Sensation” (which made it to #23 on the UK Singles Chart in March 1994, becoming their only Top 40 hit) and “Hear No Bullshit, See No Bullshit, Say No Bullshit” were followed by the release of their debut album, Take Dis.
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