The legend of Rod Lee, the undisputed Godfather of Baltimore Club, grows with the popularity of his music. Up until now the back catalogue containing the musical gems that have defined the rise of Baltimore Club from its homegrown roots to national acclaim has been impossible to find outside of East Baltimore. But Now, Morphius Urban in conjunction with Club Kingz is proud to reissue Rod Lee's entire essential catalog, beginning with his first seminal mix tape Rod Lee: Operation Start-up. The album, with 30 tracks of some of the most energetic, shocking and eclectic Club music ever, continues to haunt the sinewy form of Baltimore Club, defining the music at it's enigmatic best. Featuring anthems like Ding-A-Ling and Watch My Pussy, and Come and Get It, the record evidences in sixty minutes all the entropic tension and in your face physicality that makes Baltimore club so unique. Adding to the disc are three new exclusive bonus tracks produced by Rod Lee, which provide a creative and stylized update of the sound that has made him famous. Rod Lee, who has recently appeared in publications as diverse as Spin, The FADER, Seattle Weekly, Village Voice, The Washington Post, and The Baltimore Sun, has become an icon for the international breakout of Baltimore Club, the homegrown mix of frenzied house beats with dark, frenetic hip-hop chants. With coast-to-coast interest on the heels of recent national press about Rod Lee's role in creating this new art form (review & feature articles in the November & December issues of Spin), it was according to Morphius C.E.O. David Andler "the perfect time to make Rod's entire catalog available to people just getting to know the music."