|1.||"Diary Of A Hit Man" (5:16)|
|2.||"Only The Real Survive" (3:38)|
|3.||"What You Need" (4:09)|
|4.||"Merrick Boulevard" (3:26)|
|5.||"Down Low" (3:38)|
|1.||"Where We're Coming From" (3:24)|
|3.||"Fuck What You Think" (4:36)|
|4.||"Set It Off" (feat The Lox) (4:36)|
|5.||"Scratch & Kut '94" (2:07)|
|6.||"Without Breaking It Down" (2:55)|
|7.||"Hey" (bonus track) (2:56)|
When Main Source recorded "Fuck What You Think", the belated follow-up to their 1991 classic "Breaking Atoms", lead MC Large Professor had already left for pastures new. The album was recorded and prepared for release in 1994 and was meant to prove their staying power despite line-up changes; in the end, it finally hit stores in 1998 following the band's break-up. Here reissued on white vinyl with a smattering of bonus tracks and a 10" booklet featuring new artwork and liner notes, it feels like a lost '90s boom-bap gem. It's of historical interest, too, featuring as it does early appearances by Queens MC Mikey D, and the members of LOX (who would later make an impact on Bad Boy Records).
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