No More Mr. Nice Guy is the debut album by hip hop duo Gang Starr. The album was released on June 1989; and it peaked at on the Billboard R&B chart. The song "Positivity" peaked at on the Billboard rap chart. All songs are produced by DJ Premier & Guru, except for tracks & produced by The 45 King. Premier & The Guru" – 3:26. DJ Premier in Deep Concentration" – 3:13. Positivity (Remix)" – 4:49.
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Happy birthday Mr President, I'm a bit out of breath: Secret behind Marilyn Monroe's most memorable moment. By Daniel Bates Updated: 19:29 BST, 25 November 2011. But now it appears that Marilyn Monroe’s sexy rendition of ‘Happy Birthday Mr President’ had a more mundane reason why it was so provocative - she was out of breath. The film icon apparently got lost while heading toward the stage at Madison Square Garden in New York in 1962 to sing for John F Kennedy. As she ran around trying to find the right door she ran out of breath - so was unable to sing properly - as she got to the stage so late. Instead Monroe’s version of ‘Happy Birthday’ came across as rather more sensual than she may have intended, earning it an unintended place in history.
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Title: Mr. Nice Guy (1987). That would be a mistake. Nice Guy" has both humor AND drama, a great combination during a time when a lot of the movies being made concentrated too hard on one or the other. Yes, it was a relatively low-budget movie, but acting (and a great comedic script!) in fact took precedence over special effects, gruesome deaths, and "sex & Violence".
The Gang Starr of No More Mr. Nice Guy still has a leg knee-deep in the old-school aesthetic. As a result, Premier's beats are quite a bit simpler and sometimes cruder than fans have come to expect (though they are still several cuts above the rest of the class), and Guru spends considerable energy talking up his own microphone skills and tearing down the next MC's (sometimes electrifying, as on "Gotch U"). That is not the same thing, however, as saying that No More Mr. Nice Guy is a subpar album. It is not, by any means