Frankie "Bones"* Presents Bonesbreaks ‎– Volume 3 - Dope Breaks For D.J.'s

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Underworld Records ‎– AP 136
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Bonesbreaks – Volume 3
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Can You Feel This (The People's Mix Part Six)
Mixed By – Tommy Musto
5:30
A2 Acid Break
Mixed By – Tommy Musto
4:52
A3 I Call It Acieed! 4:12
A4 Frankie's Seduction 1:20
A5 Jammin Breakdown 3 1:35
B1 Dance To The Music
Mixed By – Tommy Musto
4:54
B2 Circus Acid 3:56
B3 Freestyle Acid Band
Mixed By – Lenny Dee
3:42
B4 Miami Bass 3:10

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Recorded & mixed at N.C.P. Studio & The Hideaway (Coney Island).
Mastered at Dick Charles, N.Y.
Published by Ropiak Bros. / BMI.
(C) 1989 Underworld Records
Manufactured by Apexton Records

In B Label Side writes (c)1898 Underworld Records

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): AP-136-A DCHARLES
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): AP 136-B DCHARLES

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January 15, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
Frankie "Bones"* - Circus Acid. I always loved this strange track. That was until I heard the original by Gherkin Jerks ‎– Parameters (The legendary Larry Heard on production skills) https://www.discogs.com/Gherkin-Jerks-Stomp-The-Beat/master/5929. After listening to both tracks I kind of wish Frankie Bones had taken the track further. As for Larry Heard he really was on some weird, space jazz fusion music that got thrust into the electronic age that was 1988!