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Run D.M.C. Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Run D.M.C. Albums

Run D.M.C. Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Sucker M.C.'s
2 They Call Us Run-D.M.C.
3 Jay's Game
4 3 In The Head
5 Bounce (The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience)
6 My Adidas
7 Jam Master Jay
8 The Ave.
9 "Mary, Mary"
10 Miss Elaine
11 Ghostbusters
12 Bob Your Head
13 King of Rock
14 Back From Hell
15 Papa Crazy
16 Darryl And Joe (Krush-Groove 3)
17 Them Girls
18 Here We Go 2001
19 Perfection
20 Soul To Rock And Roll
21 Party Time
22 Christmas In Hollis
23 Let's Stay Together
24 Wake Up
25 30 Days
26 Son of Byford
27 You Talk Too Much
28 Word Is Born
29 In The House
30 Can You Rock It Like This
31 Walk This Way
32 Groove to the Sound
33 Wreck Shop
34 Slow And Low (Demo)
35 Hard Times
36 It's Tricky
37 Tougher Than Leather
38 P Upon A Tree
39 For 10 Years
40 Rock Box
41 How'd Ya Do it Dee
42 Naughty
43 Is It Live
44 Livin' in the City
45 Together Forever (Live at Hollis Park '84)
46 Crown Royal
47 Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2)
48 Not Just Another Groove
49 Here We Go (Live At The Funhouse)
50 I'm Not Going Out Like That
51 Hit It Run
52 Ragtime
53 Christmas Is
54 It's Like That
55 Raising Hell
56 Sucker D.J.'s
57 Can I Get it, Yo
58 You Be Illin'
59 Hit 'em Hard
60 Ahhh
61 My Adidas (A Cappella)
62 Dumb Girl
63 What's it All About?
64 To The Maker
65 tricky
66 The School Of Old
67 Rock the House
68 Santa Baby
69 Proud To Be Black
70 Faces
71 Ooh, Whatcha Gonna Do
72 Crack (Demo)
73 Walk This Way (Demo)
74 Run's House
75 Kick The Frama Lama Lama
76 Big Willie
77 They Call Us
78 Jam-Master Jammin'
79 Jam Master's Jammin'
80 Pause
81 Three Little Indians
82 Rock Show
83 "Roots, Rap, Reggae"
84 Queens Day
85 Beats To The Rhyme
86 Can I Get a Witness
87 What's Next
88 Peter Piper
89 You're Blind
90 Radio Station
91 Don't Stop
92 Get Open
93 Simmons Incorporated
94 It's Not Funny

Run D.M.C. Bio

Run–D.M.C. were an American hip hop group from Hollis, Queens, New York, founded in 1981 by Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels, and Jam Master Jay. The group is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential acts in the history of hip hop culture. Run–D.M.C. is one of the best-known hip hop acts in the 1980s who, along with LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy, signified the advent of the new school of hip hop music. They were the first group in the genre to have a gold album (Run–D.M.C., 1984) and be nominated for a Grammy Award. They were the first to earn a platinum record (King of Rock, 1985), the first to earn a multiplatinum certification (Raising Hell, 1986), the first to have videos on MTV, and the first to appear on American Bandstand and the cover of Rolling Stone. Run–D.M.C. was the only hip hop act to perform at Live Aid in 1985.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Run%E2%80%93D.M.C.