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Together Forever: Greatest Hits 1983–1991 is the first compilation album by Run–D. M It was released in 1991 and was complemented by a greatest hits video collection (released separately). Some pressings included an uncensored version of "Beats To The Rhyme" as heard in the film "Tougher Than Leather".
CD3: 01 – Run’s House 02 – Mary, Mary 03 – They Call Us Run-D. C 04 – Beats To The Rhyme 05 – Radio Station 06 – Tougher Than Leather 07 – How’d Ya Do It Dee 08 – The Ave 09 – Pause 10 – What’s It All About 11 – Naughty. CD4: 01 – Down With The King 02 – Come On Everybody 03 – Ooh, Watcha Gonna Do 04 – Get Open 05 – Wreck Shop 06 – Queens Day Feat. Nas And Prodigy 07 – The School Of Old Feat. Kid Rock 08 – Take The Money And Run Feat. Everlast 09 – Rock Show Feat.
is the debut studio album of American hip hop group Run–D. released on March 27, 1984 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. It was considered groundbreaking for its time, presenting a harder, more aggressive form of hip hop. The album's sparse beats and aggressive rhymes were in sharp contrast with the light, funky sound that was popular in hip hop at the time