**Original 2002 Pressing - Unopened And Still In Shrink**
Three years after their debut the High & Mighty returned with their second album, Air Force 1, released on Eastern Conference rather than Rawkus in 2002. Granted, not much had changed for High & Mighty members Mr. Eon and DJ Mighty Mi in the interm. They still represented underground hip-hop at its best: lots scratching and sampling; a quirky and witty rather than tough and glamorous ethos; and no pandering crossover efforts. There were other changes, though: the most obvious being the missing Rawkus affiliation, which is invaluable in underground hip-hop where integrity is all important. And with the missing affiliation comes the missing guests -- Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, Eminem, Kool Keith, etc. -- that helped make Home Field Advantage such a momentous debut for the High & Mighty.