Carol Lynn Townes / Chris "The Glove" Taylor & David Storrs / Hot Streak ‎– 99 1/2 / Reckless / Body Work

Polydor ‎– POSPX 693
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single

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A Carol Lynn Townes 99 1/2 (Club Mix)
Co-producer [Associate Producer] – Steve LoebMastered By – Herb "Pump" Powers*Producer, Mixed By – Rod HuiProgrammed By – Robie Kilgore*Written-By – John Footman, Maxi Anderson
B1 Chris "The Glove" Taylor & David Storrs Reckless
Rap – Ice-TWritten-By, Producer – Chris "The Glove" Taylor, David Storrs
B2 Hot Streak Body Work
Co-producer, Mixed By – John "Jellybean" BenitezEngineer [Mixing Engineer] – Michael HutchinsonProducer – Curtis Hudson, Lisa StevensWritten-By – Curtis Hudson

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Rear sleeve:
℗ 1984 PolyGram Records Inc. (New York)
© 1984 PolyGram Records Inc. (New York)

Centre label side A:
℗ 1984 PolyGram Records Inc (New York)

Centre label side B:
Copyright Control
℗ 1984 PolyGram Records Inc (New York)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side A): POSPX 693-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side B): POSPX 693-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side A): POSPX693A//2∇420W 1 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side B): POSPX693B//1∇420W 1 2 1
  • Rights Society: MCPS



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July 18, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
Wow, a seminal Hip Hop moment I defy anyone to hear this in the club and not be moved.It is a perfect example of the nitty-gritty of Hip Hop and the esoteric quality of Electro combined to create a MONSTER.Ice T did so many great early West Coast Hip Hop monsters,and this along with Ya Don't Quit,Six In The Morning,and I'm Your Pusher stand up as pure Cali class.