Club Crush/Raw Deal Archive: shows featuring Eazy M

December 31, 1988

New Year’s Eve 1988, including a countdown to midnight.

First Half of 1989
Fall ’89

Crowded studio with a lot of Tone on the wheels on this fall ’89 episode.

January 25, 1990
February 1, 1990

This episode features the regulars (Tony D, Eazy M, and G) as well as guests YZ, Pumis Sweet Love, B Chill, and BeFyne.

February 15, 1990

The Poor Righteous Teachers roll through to promote their first album and video shoot for (and world radio premiere of) “Rock This Funky Joint.”

February 22, 1990

One of the rare episodes where G (“Mr. Softee!!!”) isn’t in the studio until the very end of the show. Nice, clean tape, full episode with no songs cut. Great selection, hilarious airbreaks (where Tone recounts getting the gas face from Serch fans), solid show all around.

March 8, 1990
March 15, 1990

G shows some jealousy over Tone’s new ’89 Supra but disses Eazy’s “Mess-cort.”

April 5, 1990

Lots of classic conscious material from PRT (who are in the house for an interview), X-Clan, Divine Styler, and PE.

April 19, 1990
June 7, 1990

Tone disses K-Solo and plays a very dope (and very rare) track of his.

June 22, 1990
July 6, 1990
July 27, 1990

A hot summer day in 1990. The trio is in the studio, joined by Candy Cane on side B promoting the Rapathon in September and a talent show in August.

August 17, 1990
August 24, 1990

Classic 1990 episode with entertaining airbreaks, dope local classics, and solid mixes. A Tribe Called Shakedown is in studio.

August or September 1990
September 14, 1990

One of the rare Friday night episodes of Club Krush.

November 1990

Blvd. Mosse is in the studio along with Rahzii, LA Law, and others. Handful of rare tracks on this pre-Thanksgiving 1990 episode.

November 1990

This fall 1990 episode features some unreleased Trenton gems from Tony D and Poor Righteous Teachers and features a full studio.

November 29, 1990
January 17, 1991
January 31, 1991

Lots of Vanilla Ice dissing, because that was a popular past time in 1991. Great WPRB theme song by Courageous Chief.

June 13, 1991

A transition episode from “Club Krush” to “Raw Deal.”

June 20, 1991

This early summer 1991 episode features discussion of some dude they refer to as “Artificial Vanilla” that dresses like Vanilla Ice and frequents area clubs. They also discuss the Flowbee and Tone disses MC Lyte (“her bulb ain’t that bright right now”). QDIII Soundlab’s group the Poet Society is featured in this week’s “Brick It or Vic It.”

June 27, 1991

Classic episode with one of the most memorable Thursday Night Lives, featuring Tony D, Treach, and Rza (still known as Prince Rakeem).

July 11, 1991
July 25, 1991

Solid music with a few unreleased Tony D productions.

August 1 or 8, 1991
August 15, 1991
September 19, 1991

The first 11-hour hip-hop marathon episode of Raw Deal.

October 10, 1991
October 17, 1991

Freshly bestowed with their new high-wattage tower, G and Eazy are amped to debut the new Fu-Schnickens single “Ring the Alarm” a full month before it hit the stores.

October 24, 1991

This classic episode features an amazing Thursday Night Live lineup with 2 Black 2 Strong MMG, Tim Dog, Tony D, BeFyne/B-Fine, Baby Chill, and Mr. Law.

November 7, 1991
November 14, 1991
January 16, 1992
January 23, 1992

DJ Polo talks about his new 900 #, Mike Elliot previews his upcoming book, and Polo gets on the wheels for an all-G Rap set.

February 13, 1992
February 20, 1992
February 27, 1992
April 2, 1992

Only the tail end of this episode. The Fu-schnickens are supposed to come up, but never make it. But, Courageous Chief does a solo Thursday Night Live.

April 23, 1992
April 30, 1992

The day after the verdict was handed down in the LAPD/Rodney King trial.

May 7, 1992

Post-LA riots episode with commentary and lots of good remixes and rare NJ tracks, plus a Thursday Night Live with The Hillbillies.

June 25, 1992

Tone rolls through an already-full studio to heavily promote the upcoming Crusaders for Real Hip-Hop album.

July 9, 1992

Excellent early summer ’92 episode featuring a deep 25-minute Thursday Night Live session with many local emcee luminaries.

July 16, 1992

Massive nearly 5 1/2 hour episode with classic 92 flavor, including Thursday Night Live with YZ. Plenty of drama and a packed studio of guests.

December 10, 1992

Apache in-studio interview, Thursday Night Live with Tone, Chief, Baby Chill, The Dungeon Lords, Awol, and The Hillbillies.

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