Changing Of The Guard ‎– A Story Of The Rock / What's Up Doe?

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Ethrotac Records ‎– ERC 5123
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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(C)(P) 1986 OMED Music (BMI)
Highland Park, MI 48203
Changing Of The Guard Productions
Recorded at Sterling Sound Studios

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rodrigobreak

rodrigobreak

April 26, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

First, I completely disagree with the comment below. This record is great, inventive and has its own musical identity.

On the one hand, we have electro rap / anti-drug rap, which is not my favorite track on the record, however, does not cease to be a cool tune.

On the other hand we have an incredible Electro Funk, which has great artistic quality, with tones and textures quirky, different and amazing. This song complements the universe of my musical aspirations, because have elements I look for in other songs

Another rare and collectible record of Michigan, dedicated to obsessed fans with Electro Rap and Electro Funk.

Greetings,
Rodrigo.
dylaf

dylaf

February 1, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
A non eventful record with a poor rap & corny hooks. Actually sounds like Run DMC on Crack, funnily enough. Rare only due to the amount of copies pressed. If you like cheesy hip hop it may appeal
encarnita

encarnita

September 26, 2009

Here a boombastic Electro Rap on one side, and a boombastic Electro Funk track on the other side from outa' Detroit Michigan.
Of course very obscure style like nearly all of the records out of Detroit, but this is exactly wot we love.
Both tracks are really fresh, also a very cool looking Label and Picture Sleeve.
Definately a very collectable Record, expecially if you like the obscure ones, this one is something for the Electro Funk Freakz and also for the Electro Rap Freakz
Peace
Fab