Broken Glass ‎– Style Of The Street

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Streetwave ‎– MKHAN 17
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Stereo
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A1 Style Of The Street (Dance Mix)
A2 Streetstyle
A3 Street Repeat
B1 Style Of The Street (Original Mix)
Remix – Greg Wilson
B2 Streetbeat

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Credits

  • Drum Programming, Written-by, Arranged By, Producer [Uncredited]Martin Jackson
  • Keyboards, Written-by, Arranged By, Producer [Uncredited]Andy Connell
  • Rap [Uncredited]Fiddz, Kermit (2)
  • Remix [Uncredited], Engineer, Arranged ByCraig Bevan
  • Scratches, Mixed By, Edited By, Written-by, Arranged By, Producer [Uncredited], RemixGreg Wilson
  • Vocals [Uncredited]Alexis Billington

Notes

Special thanks to Greg Wilson for providing these credits.

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haitianstar

haitianstar

August 31, 2009
This Record was not only one of the early UK-European Electro Rap Records (1984) by Greg Wilson, Justin '84 & Morgan Khan (Street Sounds) but was also used 20 Years later (2004) for the Song "Girls" from the english electronic & breakbeat music group: The Prodigy.
The Original Song "Style of the Street" became famous through the Street Sounds Electro Series. The Rappers on this tune where B-Boys with Jamaican Roots as you can hear on the Recording.
pp15doodoo

pp15doodoo

May 31, 2008

Did Broken Glass bite the opening rhyme on this record?

I think they might have done - the opening rhyme about being at home watching telly, bored, and imagining being on tour and getting girls is very similar to a rhyme on Funky Four + 1 'That's The Joint' which was released on Sugarhill in 1980. There are slight variations between the two rhymes, but lyrics can't be reproduced here so you'll have to check the two tunes to see what I mean!!