Sorry, kids. These discs are not featured in today's post.
In 1992, Rhino created the Street Jams series. Four parts of Electric Funk followed from 1992-1994 with four parts of Hip-Hop From The Top being released in the same time frame. Both series culminated with box sets (pictured above) made up of all four parts of each series. Then in 1996, Rhino went back to the Street Jams brand and rolled out three parts of the Back 2 The Old Skool series of funk. Coming as it did after both the In Yo' Face! and initial five volumes of Phat Trax series, Back 2 The Old Skool was an attempt to market old music to a new audience which in this case was young hip-hop and rap fans. Each disc has a linticular cover art that showed a lowrider car bouncing on its hydraulics as well as 14 tracks of trunk-rattling funk, many of which had appeared in the In Yo' Face! and Phat Trax series.