Scarface - Scarface (1989)

Written by  | 11 November 2016

The year was 1989 when Scarface, then known as DJ Akshen, recorded the song that would be the start of his career as "Scarface". Originally released by Short Stop records in 1989, the twelve inch release would be his only release on that label as he would ultimately go on to sign his deal with Rap-A-Lot records and become a solo artist as well as one of the Geto Boys. 27 years later, this sought after release is now available on a crazy limited 45 on black and white vinyl.

At this stage, I'm not too sure what is on the flip side. Perhaps it will be the "disco version" that appears on the original release? It ain't cheap though. Owning one of these bad boys will cost you an arm and a leg - But that's the price to pay for such a boutique item, and in my opinion this classic anthem is well worth investing in.

Purchase includes:

  • 7" vinyl 
  • (2) 11"x17" posters of images never seen before from the original 1989 photo shoot. 
  • 1 4"X4" sticker. 
  • 1 5"x7" postcard.

Limited to only 500 copies!! 250 black vinyl and 250 white vinyl

Shan Frenzie

Shan Frenzie

Australian based deejay, radio presenter for 2SER FM, record collector, and chief rocker of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Disco and everything inbetween.

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