Bomb The Bass ‎– Into The Dragon

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Rhythm King Records ‎– DOOD LP CD 1
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1 Beat Dis (U.S. 7" Mix) 3:42
2 Megablast Rap (Version)
Scratches – Grimm DeathVocals – Merlin
6:50
3 On The Cut 3:52
4 Don't Make Me Wait
Guitar – Roddy MarshVocals – Lorraine*
4:17
5 Dynamite Beats
Drums – Bruce SmithPercussion – 23 Skidoo
1:45
6 Megablast (Hip Hop On Precinct 13)
Mixed By – Mark SaundersScratches – Nellee HooperVocals – Aurra (2), Merlin, She Rockers
3:54
7 Hey You!
Vocals – Aurra (2)
3:22
8 Shake It
Co-producer – Nellee HooperPercussion – Tony Spiker
5:10
9 Say A Little Prayer
Vocals – Maureen*
5:26
10 Beat Dat (Freestyle Scratch Mix)
Remix – J. Saul Kane, Tim Simenon
3:44

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Made in England.

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  • Barcode: 5016026 618018
  • Matrix / Runout: DOODLP CD 1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOOD LP 1, DOOD LP1 Bomb The Bass Into The Dragon(LP, Album) Rhythm King Records, Mute, Rhythm King Records DOOD LP 1, DOOD LP1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
DOOD MC-1 Bomb The Bass Into The Dragon(Cass, Album) Sanni Records DOOD MC-1 Spain 1988 Sell This Version
DOOD LP 1 Bomb The Bass Into The Dragon(LP, S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl) Rhythm King Records DOOD LP 1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
TC-VG 50389 Bomb The Bass Into The Dragon(Cass, Album) Mute TC-VG 50389 Greece 1988 Sell This Version
472878 2 Bomb The Bass Into The Dragon(CD, Album, RE) Rhythm King Records 472878 2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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RobertSteed

RobertSteed

June 3, 2004
I got into BtB probably 1989-90 via a demo on the Archimedes computer which used a digital version of <i>Don't make me wait</i> as background music. Since then I've always loved that song! I also liked <i>Beat dis</i> and the wicked cover of <i>Say a little prayer</i>. I eventually got a (faulty) 2nd hand tape of the album, and finally in 2001 got the CD new from Key Mail Order. Well, the album is disappointing on the whole - the non-single album tracks are frankly sh1te. It's worth owning for the singles, which are of course fantastic. Another annoying thing about the album is that <i>Megablast (hip-hop on precinct 13)</i> isn't on! Instead the album has this naff <i>Megablast rap</i> featuring Merlin. However, you can get the proper version on the cheap "very best of" CD, which is well worth getting.
andysword

andysword

December 5, 2003
I got Into the Dragon on tape for Christmas '88 and wore it out in my Walkman! Wound up giving it ( the tape ) to some girl. Clown that I was... Beat Dis ( I had the 12" ) introduced me to Bomb the Bass, but Don't Make Me Wait made me want the album, and remained my favourite track. Wasn't Lorraine HOT!? BtB released Say a Little Prayer, but the single had an effect on there that wasn't on the album, a sound like someone rattling a stick in a dustbin! Great! Megablast was terrific too, better than the Megablast Rap. Never liked Merlin - looked too much like some school bully! Beat Dat blew me away, but could never have impacted the Top 40 like the more commercial Beat Dis. A brill album. Might buy it again!