B.G. The Prince Of Rap ‎– Take Control Of The Party

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Columbia ‎– 657633 5
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Credits

Notes

First track is incorrect listed on inlay as
('Little' Louie Vega 7" Mix)

℗ 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Distribution: "Sony Music"

Tracks 1,2,3 & 4 Produced for "Master At Work Production Inc."
Tracks 5,6 & 7 Produced for "Program 2 Production"
All Produced for "Allstar Productions"

Special version taken from the CD/MC/LP Album
"The Power Of Rhythm" Columbia # 468984

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099765 763355
  • Matrix / Runout: 657633-5 33 A1
  • Other (Rights Societies): MCPS/BIEM/STEMRA
  • Other (Label Code): LC 0172

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
49 74056 B.G. The Prince Of Rap Take Control Of The Party(12") Epic 49 74056 US 1991 Sell This Version
657633 0 B.G. The Prince Of Rap Take Control Of The Party(7", Single) Columbia 657633 0 UK & Europe 1991 Sell This Version
49K 74056 B.G. The Prince Of Rap Take Control Of The Party(CD, Maxi) Epic 49K 74056 US 1991 Sell This Version
657633 7, DAN 657633 7 B.G. The Prince Of Rap Take Control Of The Party(7", Single) Dance Pool, Dance Pool 657633 7, DAN 657633 7 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
657633 8 B.G. The Prince Of Rap Take Control Of The Party(Cass, Single) Columbia 657633 8 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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caio.ck1

caio.ck1

August 9, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Well... i´ve been criticizing very much Masters At Work , but I have my reasons because I know that they can make and give us several and good mixes.
For example: B.G. The Prince Of Rap, they were “supper pop hit” on the radios, here in Brazil I use to say “ Fubázeira” for these discard groups (however B.G. made a good job in your fase one)...but… Masters At Work made a “supppperb” mix for them (especially “Ken Lou Dub Mix” without vocal rapper)and plus we had Joey Beltran & Program 2 that gave us a suuuuuperfly mixes: “Program Beltram Instrumental and Sinister Dub Mix”, also without vocal rapper.

For all these reasons I have this CD single.

Bom… venho criticando bastante Masters At Work, mas faço isso porque tenho minhas razões.

Eu sei que eles são capazes de nos oferecer muitos, bons e criativos remixes do que os apresentados em suas compilações em cd até o momento. B.G. The Prince Of Rap, por exemplo, nos anos 90 eram os reis da “fubázeira”, tocava em todas as rádios daqui no Brasil (apesar de fubá, até que B.G. não era tão ruim assim, se compararmos com o que se ouve nas rádios por aqui atualmente)...
...mas Masters At Work fez um remix excepcional , estou falando do “Ken Lou Dub Mix”, claro, sem a desnecessária voz do rapper B.G. Ainda neste Cd single, temos o privilégio de ouvir o “suuuuper e bem produzido” remix de Joey Beltran & Program 2: “Program Beltram Instrumental” e “Sinister Dub Mix”, também sem o vocal do rapper.

Por estas boas razões eu tenho este CD single.