Breaking Atoms is the debut album of Main Source. The amazing production of frontman Large Professor, whose heavy, and original, use of sampling influenced hip-hop producers for a good portion of the '90s.
One of those Jazz-Rap Classics that everyone must have, no matter what.
The album also features the first ever appearance of Nas on a record that includes the famous line sampled on Big L's "Devil's Son": "When I was twelve, I went to hell for snuffin Jesus".
"Just Hangin' Out
"Looking at the Front Door"
"Just a Friendly Game of Baseball"
"Scratch & Kut"
"Peace Is Not the Word to Play"
"Vamos a Rapiar"
"He Got So Much Soul (He Don't Need No Music)"
"Live at the Barbeque" feat. Nas, Joe Fatal & Akinyele
"Watch Roger Do His Thing"
"Just a Friendly Game of Baseball (Remix)"