Rap-A-Lot Records Re-Releases Geto Boys, Do Or Die, Scarface Albums To Vinyl

Dating back to 1986, Houston’s Rap-A-Lot Records is from the era when Hip-Hop was more prevalent on vinyl than CD. Growing demand for J. Prince’s catalog has made the “Hot Club Wax,” as promos used to be called, scarce surrounding some albums.

Just days after Universal Music Group’s similar announcement, a rep from Sony Red, who currently distributes the famed label, confirmed that RAL has reissued vinyl editions of the following albums:

Geto Boys – Geto Boys
Geto Boys – We Can’t Be Stopped
Geto Boys – Resurrection
Scarface – Mr. Scarface Is Back
Scarface – The World Is Yours
Scarface – Untouchable
Do Or Die – Picture This
Bun B – Trill
Bun B – Trill: The Epilogue

One has to wonder why The Diary, a 1994 widely-stated classic remains out of print, while 1993’s and 1996’s albums from ‘Face come back. Releases from The Convicts, Odd Squad, Willie D, Seagram, Ganksta Nip, and Too Much Trouble also remain currently OOP.

What Rap-A-Lot Records release would you like to see back in Ackshun?

Related: Rap-A-Lot Records (Playlist)