Beatmaster ‎– Lipservice

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Lipservice (Vocal) 5:38
Lipservice (Instrumental) 4:29

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TB 842 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Tommy Boy TB 842 US 1984 Sell This Version
IS 187 Beatmaster Lip Service(7") Island Records IS 187 UK 1984 Sell This Version
TOMMY 128325 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Tommy Boy TOMMY 128325 Netherlands 1984 Sell This Version
TB 842 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Tommy Boy TB 842 US 1984 Sell This Version
311065 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Tommy Boy, Vogue 311065 France 1984 Sell This Version
12 IS 187 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Tommy Boy, Island Records 12 IS 187 UK 1984 Sell This Version
12 REK 059 Beatmaster Lipservice(12") Stranded Rekords 12 REK 059 Sweden 1984 Sell This Version
TB 842 Beatmaster Lipservice(12", Promo) Tommy Boy TB 842 US 1984 Sell This Version
TB 842 Beatmaster Lipservice(12", TP) Tommy Boy TB 842 US 1984 Sell This Version
101935 Beatmaster Lipservice(7") Tommy Boy, Vogue 101935 France 1984 Sell This Version
REK 059 Beatmaster Lipservice(7") Stranded Rekords REK 059 Sweden 1984 Sell This Version
TB 842-7 Beatmaster Lipservice(7", Promo) Tommy Boy TB 842-7 US 1984 Sell This Version

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cabeefLA

cabeefLA

July 31, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Lipservice, 12", TB 842

While many people know Keith LeBlanc's Malcolm X/No Sell Out ground-breakng electro/breaks record, I actually think his other alter ego, BEATMASTER, is more funky - this 1984 Tommy Boy 12" single LIPSERVICE didn't get much notice, but is another signature LeBlanc track full of cool samples (Yo! Bam!) and a hard-hitting, complex drum track that was seminal for the early 80s - the only place I know you can find this on CD is the long OOP "TOMMY BOY'S GREATEST BEATS" LP/CD, so look for it now. If you like this, check out KEITH LEBLANC's own MAJOR MALFUNCTION, one of the most influential, amazing electro/industrial albums ever!
genet

genet

March 29, 2004
referencing Lipservice, 12", TB 842
This is the creation of Keith LeBlanc who not only made the Malcolm X "No Sell Out" record on Tommy Boy, but also was a former house drummer for Sylvia Robinson's Sugarhill label before going on to work with Adrian Sherwood in Tackhead (with Doug Wimbish & Skip McDonald, his colleagues at Sugarhill) and various other Sherwood projects. His own label, Blanc, continues to release punishing drum machine records.