Push reviews De La Soul’s Three Feet High and Rising, 18th March 1989

June 26, 2008

De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising 18th March 1989

Push reviews De La Soul’s Three Feet High and Rising, 18th March 1989.

Easy to forget just how different this record was when it was released. And how big. De La Soul were massive! And then came PM Dawn with Spandau Ballet samples in place of the Otis Redding samples De La Soul had used and “hippy hop” was dead.

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One Response to “Push reviews De La Soul’s Three Feet High and Rising, 18th March 1989”


  1. [...] Whilst reading the brilliant (if these days less-frequently updated, sadly) NME and Melody Maker online repository Archived Music Press, I came across a release-week review of De La Soul’s now classic 3 Feet High And Rising. [...]


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