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Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by papychulo183, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. papychulo183

    papychulo183 Junior Member

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  2. papychulo183

    papychulo183 Junior Member

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    AKA

    A Tribute to the Vandalicious..
     
  3. griffin your face

    griffin your face Senior Member

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  4. deepsouth

    deepsouth Member

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    OL SCHOOL!!!!

    jam on it jam on it............grandmaster flash
     
  5. podrido

    podrido Veteran Member

    Joined: Apr 14, 2001 Messages: 9,182 Likes Received: 28
    worst thread ever......



































































    i mean best thread ever

    worst hip hop quote ever
     
  6. Cracked Ass

    Cracked Ass Veteran Member

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    This is falling to the bottom of the page?
    I think not.
     
  7. IRON CHEF

    IRON CHEF Veteran Member

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    AHHHHHHHH I LIKE THAT.
     
  8. Awesome. Somebody drop some knowledge on the ancientness above...
     
  9. El Sodoma

    El Sodoma New Jack

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    Freeeeeesh. Love the olde schoole.
     
  10. YinzerXpress

    YinzerXpress Guest

    this thread fucking rules, i enjoy the chicago the most i think
     
  11. socks

    socks Member

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    inspiration at its finest.
     
  12. papychulo183

    papychulo183 Junior Member

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    Its about the foundation..


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  13. papychulo183

    papychulo183 Junior Member

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    again

    My Career started by accident, I Moved from Greenpoint Brooklyn To the Bronx Back in 1973.I lived on Paulding Ave. With my mom and my step dad. In JR HIGH, People were making graffiti names for them selves and I came up with the name SABRE-115In 1974, I was introduced to Tull13,Blade1,Crachee11,Vamm,and Death. The original members of the crazy 5 in McDonalds In between Burke AVE and Allerton Ave. I Believe they decided to call them selves the crazy 5 that night , And The crew was born!, Vamm and Crachee11, Lived in the Projects near Burke ave and had a great view of the trains and their pieces on the # 2 line.I was made a member soon after making friends with the crazy 5 and that gave me the desire to tag up and get up , I hung around with tull13, Smoked weed and Drank boones farm wine on warm summer days. We also had a crazy 5 softball team, and kicked ass most of the time. Imagine Comet 1, Blade1, Vamm, Crachee11, Ajax, Silvertips, Demon1, Sabre-115 and Death, getting down on the a softball court, Man those days were fun.I also hung with Devil 1 and Billy167 (God rest their souls) Devil1 was cool and a very focused artist. Billy-167 was way ahead of his time, We would play hooky and go over house to check out his black books, He had created a full alphabet of all the letters in every style you could imagine. In fact I could truly say, He had created letters that being used today. The guy was Very good and that is a understatement.Back in those days Spray paint wasn't locked up, So we would go racking up, One trick was putting the cans into your sleeves, It was a trip, We able able to support our writing habits this way.The mini Wider The maxi Wider, and the opaque pens were very popular, The opaque pens were great for tagging the subway windows. Guys like STAY HIGH149, Phase II Cliff-159, Tracy 168, Ajax, Silvertips, B-ONE, IN, VINNYBlade 1, Comet-1, Devil-1 Billy-167, SEEN, DR. REVOLT, FUTURA-2000, DONDI, Nitro, MICO, PEL, RIFF-170, JESTER,LSD-3, LEE-163, AJ161, TAKI-183, PRAY, CLYDE-161, PISTOL-1, DOC-109, LEE, COPE-2, FLINT-707, IZ the WIZ, Z-73, STAN-153, ZEPHYR. We were Burning up The lines like there was no tomorrow. BLADE and VAMM doing WHOLE CARS TOPTo BOTTOM PIECESSome of my Favorite lay-ups were BaychesterAve andBurke AVE and Esplanade. The CRAZY 5 would climb up the beams by the rivets and We would go in-between the tracks, And Write to our hearts desire, If the 5-0 were to arrive on the stations we would just slide down the beam, back into the streets, No one gets caught - We got up again and again, I dont think any-one had the energy and desire as much as BLADE 1, Who I'm proud to say is my friend from The CRAZY 5 whom I'm in contact with These daysIn fact, To all, Old School Writers, Who I have Known or haven't met. Write me at [email protected]nother Very cool experience was the 149 ST Station and Writers Bench, Back in 74-75, Writers would trade Black BOOKS and draw pieces all day long as they kicked back and observed the new and old products on the #5 and #2 Trains. The Best of the Best were there, I saw it , lived it and had a blast in it.It was a blast from the past, Thanks for Giving me this opportunity to interview with you,
    Keeping the Spirit Alive in 2001
    SABRE-115 The CRAZY 5. ]



    text taken from whatyouwrite.com,all flix int this thread from the gspotcollab.com
     
  14. CoffinCheatr

    CoffinCheatr Junior Member

    Joined: Feb 14, 2002 Messages: 130 Likes Received: 0
    Bump bump bump bump it up!

    I don't think I've seen any of these and I like all of them alot. Please post more!
     
  15. papychulo183

    papychulo183 Junior Member

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