The Beat Boys (5) ‎– We Rock The House / Wouldn't You Like To Be A Beat Boy 2

Romeo Records ‎– RR 1001, Macola Record Co. ‎– RR 1001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


West Coast Side
A1 We Rock The House (Radio Version) 4:20
A2 We Rock The House (Instrumental) 4:20
East Coast Side
B1 Wouldn't You Like To Be A Beat Boy 2 (Radio Version) 3:01
B2 Wouldn't You Like To Be A Beat Boy 2 (Instrumental) 3:01


Rockin & A Rollin BMI

Special thanks to our Mom, to God, and to Jamie McLaughlin, and to all my Julietts and extra thanks to The Unknown Force and The 2-Live Crew

Distributed by Romeo Record Co. (916) 344-6206

**There were Limited Edition copies with a sticker on the cover!


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April 21, 2013

This is a record that can be considered ultra rare today ... I personally am trying to buy a copy for many years and can not find an available for sale. Lucky for those who already bought. Recommend not get rid of it!


December 2, 2010
i personally know the members of the beat boys...and yes...barryblunt is right...they are 2 different bop rock are east coast...the beat boys are from sacramento califonia....their first cut was who rocks the show...and their second cut was we rock the house....just listen to the vocals dj chan says on we rock the house...."we made you sweat when we rocked the show"....referring to the first you guys have the release dates backwards......they also went by the name the unknown force...and released females...also on macola....after that they split up and leo bennett as macho man mc romeo released ah freakout.....and then he slept for a while......then came back as h-wood...on his own label ruffneck records.....check the pics..prince julian on the other hand became sub-zero...and released fast lane ...or something........then he slept for a few....came back with compilation s.m.d. (sacramento's most dangerous) vols 1 and now you have it.....get it straight people.....ha ha h ah a!!!!!


July 27, 2010

Good info, Fab.


October 14, 2009

These are the same Beat Boys who did the Be-Bop Rock record on Sugarscoop records. Two years after their first release they produced this fantastic record, indipendent from any big producers. They got a distribution by Macola. But it seems that it doesn't helped that much as they have not been able to press many of this record (better for us collectors LOL). Same as for "The Unknown Force" this record was on many want lists some years ago before one of the artists started selling the last fiew copies on ebay, in every auction he sold one "Beat Boys" and one "Unknown Force". But as mentioned also in my review for the "Unknown Force" it really seems that he now sold all the rest copies. So this record will surely not be easy to find in the future, so when you get the chance to get one, don't sleep on this, the crates are emty now.
A really fresh Electro Rap Cali-Style, very collectable.