Attica Blues ‎– 3ree (A Means To Be)

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1 3ree (A Means To Be)
Drum Programming [Beats] – D'AfroProgrammed By, Drum Programming [Beats] – Nwachukwu*Vocals – Roba El-Essawy*
5:04
2 3ree (A Means To Be) (As One Instrumental Remix)
Remix – As OneRemix, Producer [Additional] – Kirk Degiorgio
5:06
3 3ree (A Means To Be) (Showbiz Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Showbiz
4:03
4 3ree (A Means To Be) (What Boundaries? Remix)
Producer [Additional], Recorded By, Mixed By – Attica BluesRap [Featuring] – The Anti Pop Consortium*Remix, Producer [Additional], Recorded By, Mixed By, Saxophone – Earl Blaise*Saxophone – MichachVocals – Apani B-Fly Emcee*, Beans, High Priest
3:42
5 3ree (A Means To Be) (Instrumental)
Drum Programming [Beats] – D'AfroProgrammed By, Drum Programming [Beats] – Nwachukwu*
5:02

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"OurPastIsYourFuture".

℗ 1997 Mo'Wax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd, London.
© 1997 Mo'Wax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd, London.

Made In England.

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  • Barcode (Text): 0 731458 231523 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0731458231523

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MW079 Attica Blues 3ree (A Means To Be)(12") Mo Wax MW079 UK 1997 Sell This Version
MW 079 DJ Attica Blues 3ree (A Means To Be)(12", Promo, Smplr) Mo Wax MW 079 DJ UK 1997 Sell This Version
PR12 7565-1 Attica Blues 3ree (A Means To Be)(12", Promo, Blu) FFRR PR12 7565-1 US 1997 Sell This Version
582 315-2 Attica Blues 3ree (A Means To Be)(CD, Maxi) Mo Wax 582 315-2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 28, 2013

As the third single from Attica Blues' debut, 3REE (A MEANS TO BE) doesn't quite hit the highs of BLUEPRINT or TENDER, though it offers a nice bit of darkly upbeat jazz. As One ups the breaks and adds an electro melody before the more mysterious overtones drift in. Showbiz goes for a more straightforward mix of beats and vocals, but the Anti Pop Consortium layer their own vocals over their "What Boundaries? Remix." A mixed bag overall.