Gangstarr - Suckas Need Bodyguards/The ? Remains
Craig Mack - The Wooden Horse
Cold Crush Brothers - Can't Do Me Nade E.P
Sugarhill Gang - 8th Wonder/Sugar Hill Groove
Skinny Boys - Skinny & Proud
Big Daddy Kane - Rap Summary/Long Live The Kane
is this decent or do I know to get the producer edition for the best plug ins etc?
A good band from the UK circa 88-90 sort of a hybrid style of r&b/new wave with breakbeats, in some ways not dissimilar to the band Information Society. Their album New Wave is a good listen for at home loungin', their most popular hit was the track - "I Don't Even Know If I Should Call You Baby".
Anyone else heard of em and better yet like em......and like this style of music?
who sang this song from beat street? was this was the tune being played in The Roxy just before the battle?
808 beats for me as this is the one I remember most from back then
I just got Jam On It on 7 without the cover tho
feel the force - g force jam on revenge - newcleus
boogie down bronx - man parrish
soul sonic force - perfect beat
soul sonic force - renegades of funk
and of course the greatest electro tune of all time Al Naayfish
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It certainly does along with that awesome Funky Music is the thing, the MC grates though, prefer the instrumental, are we cool now or you still got beef with me?
we cool breddah no beef up on here from me
increase the peace
MC Bam Bam - Wind Me Up
means The Style when translated from Dutch to English
Does anyone got any information about this electro release called De Stijl
been searching around but no luck as yet
great tune to break too - this tune was/is beyond belief considering when it came out and deserves maximum respsect - one of my tunes I want to be played at my funeral
great track another kind of sad-ish electro number like Kosmic Light Force in a way but better even
its a awesomely melodic piece of music and anyone who doesn't think so has no soul - its that simple
love this track - its like the last word on the breakdance scene as demise came upon us - a sad swan song if you like.
showroom dummies is sick wid it - me like it much
knight ryder is v good too - good rap on it and nice b line
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first thing morgan khan should do...find ALL the uk fresh video footage that might exist and put out a monster DVD package.
never heard that Michael Knight tune - did it come out in 92 because at that time I would of been listening to DJ's like Brockie and Mickey Finn
@ Phil - never heard that Showrom Dummies remix either - thats a Kreftwerk track right?
god bass you
For me it's between
DMX Bass or the dope Night Visions
with honary mmentions to Magic Mike & Dynamixx II