Big Pun - Capital Punishment (25th Anniversary) [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Intro
2. Beware
3. Super Lyrical Feat Black Thought
4. Taster's Choice - Skit
5. Still Not a Player Feat Fat Joe
6. Intermission
7. The Dream Shatterer
8. Punish Me
9. Pakinamac Pt. I - Skit
10. You Ain't a Killer
11. Pakinamac Pt. II - Skit
12. Caribbean Connection Feat Wyclef Jean
13. Glamourlife Feat Fat Joe, Triple Seis, Armageddon, ; Cuban Link
14. Capital Punishment Feat Prospect
15. Uncensored - Skit Feat Funkmaster Flex
16. I'm Not a Player
17. Twinz (Deep Cover 98) Feat Fat Joe
18. The Rain ; the Sun Feat Dead Prez Prospect
19. Boomerang
20. You Came Up Feat Noreaga
21. Tres Leches (Triboro Trilogy) Feat Prodigy ; Inspectah Deck
22. Charlie Rock Shout - Skit
23. Fast Money
24. Parental Discretion Feat Busta Rhymes

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Big Pun remains on the best rappers ever list to this day. Reasons for this weigh largely on his debut Capital Punishment which was released 25 years ago on April 28, 1998. His commanding voice and rapid fire delivery make it clear there will never be another Big Pun. Pun was New York. His confidence on the mic made him stand out among his contemporaries. Similarly, the production - by a cast of many - remains ever so New York loyal. The close cousins "I'm Not a Player" and "Still Not a Player", may have been the hits off this album but it is packed with so many more that show Pun's true abilities. - "Beware" and "Dream Shatterer" are great examples of Big Pun at his best, dark cinematic production with just enough room to let him breathe fire. On "Twinz (Deep Cover)" Big Pun is trading bars with his mentor Fat Joe over a remake of Dr. Dre's classic beat. Here Pun delivers one of his most quoted verses that contains among others "Dead in the middle of Little Italy little did we know that we riddled some middlemen who didn't do diddly." There are numerous guest appearances, the best of which include aforementioned Fat Joe (on several tracks), Black Thought of The Roots on the MC showcase "Super Lyrical", Prodigy and Inspectah Deck on "Tres Leches (Triboro Trilogy)", and an extra-insane Busta Rhymes on "Parental Discretion".