M.C. Hammer* ‎– Turn This Mutha Out

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
B-44290 M.C. Hammer* Turn This Mutha Out(7") Capitol Records B-44290 US 1988 Sell This Version
V-15437 MC Hammer Turn This Mutha Out / Ring 'Em(12") Capitol Records V-15437 US 1988 Sell This Version
P-B-44290 M.C. Hammer* Turn This Mutha Out(7", Promo) Capitol Records P-B-44290 US 1988 Sell This Version
4BX-44290 M.C. Hammer* Turn This Mutha Out(Cass, Single) Capitol Records 4BX-44290 US 1988 Sell This Version
20 3416 6, 060-20 3416 6 MC Hammer Turn This Mutha Out(12") Capitol Records, Capitol Records 20 3416 6, 060-20 3416 6 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
CDP 560 20 3416 3 MC Hammer Turn This Mutha Out(CD, Mini) Capitol Records, EMI Electrola CDP 560 20 3416 3 Austria 1989 Sell This Version
060 20 3416 6 MC Hammer Turn This Mutha Out(12") Capitol Records 060 20 3416 6 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version

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djsid86

djsid86

April 12, 2017
referencing Turn This Mutha Out / Ring 'Em, 12", V-15437

Good double shot of the early MC Hammer. The original Ring 'Em is probably better from his Let's Get It Started LP but this version is more DJ friendly. Turn This Mutha Out was a really must have when I first started DJing in the '88 (along with Don't Stop The Rock by Freestyle).

I would say most of the early Hammer is very good until about 1990.
CykoMF

CykoMF

November 10, 2016
referencing Turn This Mutha Out, 7", B-44290
Both tracks are reworkings of the original songs found on the LP 'Let's Get Started'.
I personally find the original versions much better. These versions are layered in additional samples that come off sounding very dated by today's standards. Particularity the canned audience effect on the A side.
Mr.Nero

Mr.Nero

April 27, 2011
referencing Turn This Mutha Out / Ring 'Em, 12", V-15437

Mc Hammer is wack - but this 12" is nice! The LP version of "Turn this mutha out" is okay but the 12" version is much better. Here he uses the Apache (Incredible Bongo Band) sample and it rocks. Hammer wasn't that bad in the beginning.