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Basehead - Play With Toys Album

Basehead - Play With Toys Album

  • Performer: Basehead
  • Genre: Rap
  • Title: Play With Toys
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Lo-Fi, Soul
  • Label: Imago
  • Catalog: 72787-21010-2
  • Country: Canada
  • MP3 version size: 1002 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1133 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 566


1Not Over You4:38
2I Try3:53
3Better Days3:10
4Ode To My Favorite Beer3:42
5Evening News4:32
62000 BC
Drums [Live] – Bruce 'Kool Aid' Gardner
Performer – Jethro And The Grahamcrackers
9Brand New Day4:27
Performer – Jethro And The Grahamcrackers
11Play With Toys
Bass – Bob DewaldGuitar [Feedback Solo] – Marco Delmar


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ECD 005Basehead Play With Toys ‎(CD, Album, Amb)EmigreECD 005US1991
72787-21010-4Basehead Play With Toys ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Chr)Imago 72787-21010-4US1992
72787-21010-2Basehead Play With Toys ‎(CD, Album, RE)Imago 72787-21010-2US1992
72787-23006-2Basehead Play With Toys ‎(CD, Album, RE)Imago 72787-23006-2Europe1992
72787-21010-4Basehead Play With Toys ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Par)Imago 72787-21010-4USUnknown


  • A&RMichael Ivey
  • DesignEmigre Graphics
  • Drums [Live]Brian Hendrix
  • EngineerBob DeWald
  • Guitar, Vocals, Other [Other Stuff]Michael Ivey
  • Mastered ByDave Glasser
  • Mixed ByMichael Ivey
  • Producer Michael Ivey
  • ScratchesPaul 'DJ Unique' Howard
  • Voice [Various Voices]Bob, Bonita , Brian, Bruce, Claude H., Marco, Mike, Samar
  • Written-ByMichael Ivey


Originally released by Emigre.


  • Barcode: 727872101023


  • Distributed By – BMG Music Canada Inc.



Play with Toys is the debut album by American alternative hip hop group Basehead. It was voted one of the top 50 albums of 1992 in Q magazine, and listed as number 43 in NME's top albums of 1992. The music style of Play with Toys fuses elements of rock, blues, funk, hip hop, pop, psychedelic and reggae, and was described as an alternative hip hop cult favorite. David Jeffries described Play with Toys as slacker rap. According to Michael Ivey, There are hip-hop elements in there, but if a hardcore. An alternative rap cult favorite, Play with Toys is the mysterious Basehead's shining moment. Originally released by the long-gone Émigré label - an American 4AD wannabe with a design wing and everything - the album is Basehead rapperproducerleader Michael Ivey's snoozy vision of slacker rap, which is organic, lazy, smart, and head over heels in love with beer for some reason. Не сейчас. Dc Basehead - Play With Toys 1991. Pink Floyd - PULSE Live 1994 . Play With Toys Cass, Advance, Album, Promo, Chr. Imago 3. IM ADV 21010-4. Basehead - Ode To My Favorite Beer 3:43. Basehead - Play With Toys - 1991 4:04. Basehead - Better Days 3:11. Basehead - Hair 3:49. Watch the video for Play With Toys from BASEHEAD's Play With Toys for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. There is more than one artist with this name: 1 Basehead is a hip hop group headed by Michael Ivey, a native of Maryland, United States. Playing a cut-and-paste combination of rap, R&B, reggae and funk, Basehead, aka dcBasehead, read more. Play With Toys 1991. Album by Basehead. Not Over You. Play With Toys is a music album by Basehead released in 1992. Play With Toys is ranked 26,573rd in the overall chart, 4,741st in the 1990s, and 436th in the year 1992. This album is rated in the top 3 of all albums on . Basehead, Play With Toys, Very Good Condition: Very Good. Time left: 15h 35m 45s Ships to: Worldwide. Time left: 4d 8h 19m 32s Ships to: Worldwide. Basehead's Play With Toys isn't rap, but wouldn't be possible without it: Michael Ivey has shifted the conversation so far down it communicates meandering uncertainty before it communicates anything else. But that's Ivey's idea of free speech-the freedom to start again form nothing, any time. The Village Voice 1992 Pazz & Jop Critics Poll. BASEHEAD Play With Toys 1992 German 11-track CD album featuring ex-Kansas band member Mike Ivey and now long out of print, picture sleeve. Genre: Hip Hop. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Not in Kansas Anymore. In The Name of Jesus. You May Also Like