Kid606 / Tigerboy ‎– Attitude

V/Vm Test Records ‎– VVMT11
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, White

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Kid606 Straight Outta Compton (MC DSP Mix)
Producer [Promothafuckinduced By], Recorded By, Written-By – Kid60mothafuckin6*
B Tigerboy With Attitude?
Performer [Perfected By] – Tigerboy


Comes in a plastic zip-lock bag.

Limited to 1,000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run out, stamped): AH 20492/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run out, stamped): AH 20491/A


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January 30, 2018
One of the few VVM "remixes" of a well known song I'd listen to more than once on purpose. I know it's kid 606 not V/VM. But it's the usual idea of pressing up a hit from the passed and messing with it for comic effect.


December 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Whatever people might say, this was the first release of importance with people sampling and doing mash-up’s of other peoples music in such a direct way. Kid 606 was really on to something, which by now has become just another scene but back in 2000 this was what made sampling heads go nuts and V/Vm was there to release it.

The track is identical to the 3-inch cd released by Kid 606’s own label a year later, but not to the track, which appeared on a 3-inch “credit-card” for the Christmas sale in 2001 or was it 2002?

Big cheers to V/Vm for being so visionary to put out a release like this in a time were almost nobody cared or had the balls to bring stuff like this out.


August 9, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The punk track torn apart for the b-side is in fact from an old Misfits album named Static Age,the name of the track being Attitude.Pretty odd stuff,but quite enjoyable nonetheless.I probably wouldnt play it to old school punks who have no sense of humour though.

June 26, 2001
edited over 17 years ago
Side A sees Kid606 drop NWA's classic 'Straight Outa Compton' from the top of a multi-storey carpark and glue the bits together with numb fingers. Essential track. Side B has the Kid as Tigerboy give some unknown punk track even nore of a hard edge - the sudden volume change a way in is killer :). An essential 7" for fans of carefully crafted madness.