Bought at Everyday Music in Portland, OR. 50-cent bin. Mid-2000s.

I like to imagine a guy with an incredible New Jack Swing haircut like Johnny Gill owned this record.

Guessing by the care he put into measuring the beats per minute and labeling which tunes were good jams and love songs, I am guessing he was a wedding or party DJ. But a really bad ass one, since he clearly didn’t just favor the hits like “Rub You The Right Way.”

This dude was the king of the 90s party scene and lost it all when iPods replaced DJs.

(Contributed by Patrick Wensink)