Das EFX ‎– Real Hip-Hop

EastWest Records America ‎– 0-66103
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress

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A1 Real Hip-Hop (Premier's LP Version)
Producer – D.J. Premier*
A2 Real Hip-Hop (Pete Rock Remix)
Engineer – Jamie StaubRemix – Pete Rock
A3 Real Hip-Hop (Solid Scheme Remix)
Mixed By – Ivan "Doc" Rodriguez*Remix, Producer – Solid Scheme
A4 Real Hip-Hop (PMD Remix)
Mixed By – Ivan "Doc" Rodriguez*Producer – Parrish "PMD" Smith*Remix – PMD
B1 No Diggedy (LP Version)
Producer – D.J. Premier*
B2 Real Hip-Hop (LP Instrumental)
Producer – D.J. Premier*
B3 Real Hip-Hop (Pete Rock Remix Instrumental)
Engineer – Jamie StaubRemix – Pete Rock
B4 Real Hip-Hop (Acapella) 3:50

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Originally released in 1995.
Although the barcode and the cat# are the same, there are differences between this repress to the original pressing:
- The sticker on the sleeve is of bigger size
- The sticker is just rectangular instead of square
- There is a EastWest logo next to the cat# on the sticker
- There is no barcode printed on the center labels
- It has been manufactured by Elektra Entertainment and not by Atlantic Recording Corp.
- "Real Hip Hop" on sticker written in different styles (On repress it's more angled).

"Real Hip-Hop (Premier's LP Version)" produced for Works Of Mart, Inc.
Published by Straight Out The Sewer Music, ASCAP.

"Real Hip-Hop (Pete Rock Remix)" remixed for Soul Bros. #1 Productions.
Recorded at Greene Street Recordings.
Published by Pete Rock Publishing, ASCAP.

"Real Hip-Hop (Solid Scheme Remix)" recorded at D&D Studios.
Mixed at Music Palace Studios.
Published by Fat Wax Music, BMI.

"Real Hip-Hop (PMD Remix)" recorded at D&D Studios.
Mixed at Music Palace Studios.
Published by PMD Music Inc., ASCAP.

"No Diggedy" published by Straight Out The Sewer Music, ASCAP.

℗ 1995 Atlantic Recording Corp.
Mfg. by Elektra Entertainment. A division of Warner Communications Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7559-66103-0 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ST-ED-66103-A-1 [etched] Masterdisk [stamped] TD [etched] SRC [stamped]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ST-ED-66103-B-1 [etched] SRC [stamped]

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0-66103 Das EFX Real Hip-Hop(12") EastWest Records America 0-66103 US 1995 Sell This Version
ED 5769 Das EFX Real Hip-Hop(12", Promo) EastWest Records America ED 5769 US 1995 Sell This Version
66103-2 Das EFX Real Hip Hop(CD, Maxi) EastWest Records America 66103-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
4-64387 Das EFX Real Hip-Hop(Cass, Single) EastWest Records America 4-64387 US 1995 Sell This Version
0-66103 Das EFX Real Hip-Hop(12", Unofficial) EastWest Records America (2) 0-66103 US Unknown Sell This Version


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April 26, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

The images show the official repress.
The first pressing comes with a bigger sticker with different proportions.
Except for the different size probably the safest way to distinguish: There is a round EastWest label logo on the sticker next to the catalognumber on the repress.
You won't find it on the first pressing.


March 24, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
This is the second time rap's two heavy-weight producers, at the top of their game, have both done mixes on the same 12" (the first being Jeru Tha Damaja's You Can't Stop The Prophet). On any other day, Premo's version would have gone down as a classic, but Pete Rock (just as he did on the Jeru tune) blows him out the water with a firing mix which ends up being the best thing Das EFX ever did!