The Blapps Posse ‎– Don't Hold Back!

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Blapps! Records ‎– SEX 075
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Don't Hold Back!
Producer, Written-By – Hastey*, DJ Jazzy Jason*Rap – M.C. Dazzle D*Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Jazzy Jason*
5:11
A2 Don't Hold Back! (Instrumental)
Producer, Written-By – Hastey*, DJ Jazzy Jason*Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Jazzy Jason*
5:23
A3 Don't Hold Back! (Backapella)
Producer, Written-By – Hastey*, DJ Jazzy Jason*Rap – M.C. Dazzle D*Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Jazzy Jason*
1:07
B1 Do What You Want To (Rap)
Producer – DJ Jazzy Jason*Written-By [Rap] – Dazzle D*, DJ Jazzy Jason*, MC ST, M.C. Untouchable*
5:43
B2 Bus' It (It's Time To Get Busy)
Producer – Hastey*, Jazzy Jason
6:19

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All tracks engineered at Noisegate Studio, London.

Don't Hold Back! samples are from Sinnamon - I Need You Now ('83)

Durations not stated on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): SE̶C̶ X 075 A1 ADRENALIN
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): SEX 075 B1 ADRENALIN

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Old_Boy

Old_Boy

December 5, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
pretty sure the keyboard sample on do what you want to is from Soul Kitchen by The Doors - its been chopped and sped up but reckon its the one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBWzK2Ds1PM

nice ep as were many other Blapps release back in the day
oddkid

oddkid

January 29, 2014
Classic, pirate radio regular as discussed! also for the trainspotters.........................do what you want to samples the fatback band 'wicky wacky'
moogacid

moogacid

February 9, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
RE below. The sample in question is from the band 'Stone'
http://www.discogs.com/Stone-Girl-I-Like-The-Way-That-You-Move/master/118868

Oh, didn't see someone had already told you in replies...soz! : )

RE comments by Reech at bottom: it's worth having for every track mate.
David68Turner

David68Turner

November 10, 2011
OK question...On "Bus'it" what and where the hell does the looped sample, in for the first time from 0.59 till 1.11, come from? I'm not talking about the "Listen' up!" but the percussive sound that accompanies it, I'm not even sure its a sample from another source because as the record progresses it gets broken down into a scratch...but any ideas are welcome, also has it been used in anything else cause it deserves its own track??
Reech

Reech

August 27, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
This is worth having for track B2 which was very popular on pirate radio at the time. It consists of the looped breakbeat intro from Love Unlimited's 'Love's Theme', overlaid with some string stabs, the looped sample 'Bus it, it's time to get busy and...', some scratching of the phrase 'Kick it live now' and topped off with some mad 303 style Acid excerpts. Very funky and heavy on the bass kicks.