Two CDs. Digitally remastered and expanded 30th Anniversary edition. One for All is the debut studio album by hip hop group Brand Nubian, released on December 4, 1990 by Elektra Records. The album was highly acclaimed for it's politically charged and socially conscious content. The album is mainly produced by Brand Nubian, but it also features production by Skeff Anselm, Stimulated Dummies, and Dave "Jam" Hall. The album's production contains many motifs of hip hop's golden age including James Brown-sampled breakbeats and funky R&B loops.
Two CDs. Digitally remastered and expanded 30th Anniversary edition. One for All is the debut studio album by hip hop group Brand Nubian, released on December 4, 1990 by Elektra Records. The album was highly acclaimed for it's politically charged and socially conscious content. The album is mainly produced by Brand Nubian, but it also features production by Skeff Anselm, Stimulated Dummies, and Dave "Jam" Hall. The album's production contains many motifs of hip hop's golden age including James Brown-sampled breakbeats and funky R&B loops.
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One For All (30th Anniversary) (Dig)
Artist: Brand Nubian
Format: CD
New: Available 19.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. All For One
2. Feels So Good
3. Concerto In X Minor
4. Ragtime
5. To the Right
6. Dance to My Ministry
7. Drop the Bomb
8. Wake Up (Stimulated Dummies Mix)
9. Step To The Rear
10. Slow Down
11. Try To Do Me
12. Who Can Get Busy Like This Man.
13. Grand Puba, Positive And L.G.
14. Brand Nubian
15. Wake Up (Reprise in the Sunshine)
16. Dedication
17. All For One (Radio Version - 7" Edit)
18. All For One (Radio Instrumental - 7" Edit)

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Two CDs. Digitally remastered and expanded 30th Anniversary edition. One for All is the debut studio album by hip hop group Brand Nubian, released on December 4, 1990 by Elektra Records. The album was highly acclaimed for it's politically charged and socially conscious content. The album is mainly produced by Brand Nubian, but it also features production by Skeff Anselm, Stimulated Dummies, and Dave "Jam" Hall. The album's production contains many motifs of hip hop's golden age including James Brown-sampled breakbeats and funky R&B loops.