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  1. Raising Hell is the third studio album by American hip hop group Run-D.M.C., released on May 15, 1986, by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin. Raising Hell is notable for being the first Platinum and multi-Platinum hip hop record.

  2. Raising Hell is the third studio album by rap pioneers Run-DMC and has gone triple platinum. It is considered one of the all-time greatest hip-hop albums and Chuck D of Public Enemy said it was...

  3. In 1986, the hip hop group Run-DMC covered "Walk This Way", in collaboration with Aerosmith (with its leaders Steven Tyler and Joe Perry on vocals and guitars, respectively). While working on Raising Hell, Rick Rubin pulled out Toys in the Attic.

  4. Track 4 on Raising Hell. Featuring. Steven Tyler & Joe Perry. Producers. Rev Run, Jam Master Jay &. 2 more. Run-D.M.C. fuses rock and rap with this cover of the Aerosmith song, recording it...

  5. MTV Raps host Doctor Dre. As a whole, Raising Hell is the moment where America truly woke up to hip-hop music writ large, with Run-D.M.C. serving as gifted, gate-crashing, unignorable diplomats. And it inspired the next generation of hell-raising rappers.

  6. Run-D.M.C.'s landmark third album, 1986's Raising Hell, marks the moment hip-hop truly became pop culture firmament: Suddenly, rappers were the new rock stars, DJs were the new bands, and an underground phenomenon was officially part of the mainstream.

  7. Raising Hell, an Album by Run-D.M.C.. Released 15 May 1986 on Profile (catalog no. PRO-1217; Vinyl LP). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Mid-School Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop. Rated #134 in the best albums of 1986.