DMX Krew ‎– DMX Bass / Rock Your Body

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Breakin' Records ‎– BRK1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 DMX Bass
A2 DMX Bass (Instrumental)
AA1 Rock Your Body (Hip House Mix)
AA2 Rock Your Body (Re-Mix '87)

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BRK 1 - A1 YO BAM! PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BRK 1 - AA1 KOMPUTOR BASS !!!!-PAULS:CUTZ- PR-M

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRK1 DMX Krew DMX Bass(4xFile, AAC, 256) Breakin' Records BRK1 UK 2007
BRK1 DMX Krew DMX Bass(4xFile, FLAC, Var) Breakin' Records BRK1 UK 2007
BRK1 DMX Krew DMX Bass(4xFile, WAV, 141) Breakin' Records BRK1 UK 2007
BRK1 DMX Krew DMX Bass / Rock Your Body(12", RE) Breakin' Records BRK1 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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guigui612

guigui612

April 13, 2017
I feel like I'm in Miami in a dark garage, I want to leave but the vocal makes me stay... This EP is a real dancefloor killer !
steady-j

steady-j

August 7, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

After a bunch of cheesy retro vocal tracks and LPs laden with general irony and weedy synths, this 12" finally proved that DMX Krew could do it properly, a prelude to the later MPC Trax stuff.
"DMX Bass" kicks like a mule with Miami-style bass, classic samples, and sped-up rap. A top-notch retro pastiche. Also available as an instrumental, this is real electro.
On the flip "Rock Your Body" will sound familiar to owners of "Sound of the Street" (which features "Rock Your Body 2") but not in this rather daft hip-house mix, which really does sink almost as low as that once exciting but ultimately ill-fated genre's nadir (It even features the Lyn Collins "Woah, Yeah").
The "Remix '87" (indeed) is much more the flavour - beefy electro rhythms and a wicked walking melody.