Kool Rock Steady ‎– You Ain't Nobody

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From the Forthcoming LP "Full Power". All cuts are original DJ International recordings made at Underground Studios, Chicago, IL, and are published by Popstar Publishing/BMI © ℗ 1989.

On the sleeve track B1 is named "Kool Rock Steady Hip House Mix".

Durations not printed on release.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out etchings A-side): DJ-992-A [etched] SS [stamped]
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out etchings B-side): DJ-992-B [etched] SS [stamped]

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Pawelski

Pawelski

December 1, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

You name the things you like about old school house music, this 12" has it. When I first heard the A1 of this record over a month ago I knew I had to get the whole package. I could even call it a forgotten classic. Many late 80's and early 90's European productions (like Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam") owe a lot to this kind of Chicago products.
_Hawk_

_Hawk_

February 27, 2003
Still a favourite of mine. Kool's lyrics and rapping are razorsharpe: he is dissing KRS One on this record because KRS One told everybody that HipHouse was shit and their MC's couldn't rap. Well, with this record Kool Rock Steady proves that a marriage between House and HipHop CAN be succesfull.