Armand Van Helden Presents Old School Junkies ‎– The Album

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Henry Street Music ‎– HSCD-3005
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CD, Album
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1 The Funk Phenomena 6:57
2 Work Me Goddamit
Vocals [Uncredited] – Clark Cunt
6:17
3 Work Me Goddamit '96
Vocals [Uncredited] – Clark Cunt
5:39
4 All Right 5:47
5 Hey Baby 5:35
6 Mecca Toast 6:22
7 The Funk Phenomena
Edited By – Dave Matthias
4:03
8 Brooklyn Beats
Producer – Scottie Deep*
6:34
9 Play The World
Producer – Johnny D & Nicky P
7:53

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This album seems to have been pressed twice with two different covers (see images): one of them mentions the inclusion of 'The Funk Phenomena'; the other mentions the inclusion of 'Brooklyn Beats' as featured in the movie 'The Juror'.
All Tracks Produced by Armand Van Helden for Yah Mutha's House Prod.
Includes "Brooklyn Beats" Featured In The Movie "The Juror", Directed by Brian Gibson (1996).
Tracks 1 & 7: Contains an uncredited vocal sample of "How High" Performed by Method Man and Redman.
Track 4: Contains an uncredited sample of "Running Away" performed by Roy Ayers.

The rear artwork contains three typos in the tracklist:
2: Work Me Goddmit
6: Mecca Taost
7: The Funl Phenomena

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 05377-3005-2 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 605377300526
  • Matrix / Runout: HSCD-3005 DISC MFG., INC. W.O. 204976-1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L810
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2F76

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

January 26, 2017
edited 10 months ago
"Hey Baby" is one of the first tracks (early as 1996) to be remixing "tata vega - get it up for love" (1979) https://www.discogs.com/Tata-Vega-Get-It-Up-For-Love/release/361477 many more attempts followed but i think this version was first?