M.C. Mell'O'* ‎– Comin' Correct / Wize

Republic Records (2) ‎– LICT 007
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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That Side
A1 Comin' Correct
Arranged By, Mixed By – No Sleep Nigel*, D. Lee (2), Sparki, T. Thorpe*
A2 Wize
Producer – D.J. Bizznizz*, Sparki
This Side
AA1 Bizzie Rhymin
Producer – D.J. Pogo*Scratches [Additional Cuts] – D.J. Bizznizz*
AA2 Comin' Correct (Ruff Nheck Sparki Mix)
Engineer – No Sleep Nigel*Mixed By – Sparki

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Track A2:
Produced for D.E.T.T. Inc
Recorded @ Cold Storage

Track AA1:
Additional cuts for D.E.T.T. Inc

Track AA2:
Mixed & engineered for D.E.T.T. Inc
Recorded @ Cold Storage & The Cat

All titles copyright control
℗ 1989 Rough Trade Records
Made in England

Plated at Musitech.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 014644 270076
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): LICT-007-A MT· Adrenalin
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): LICT-007-AA MT· Adrenalin NUFF RESPECT TO THE D.E.T.T POSSE


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January 18, 2012

This is truly a dope, wicked, fresh, def, and sick 12, from 89 MC MELLO'W first 12 and one of his best if not the best, my thoughts on this MC he was ahead of his time, and one of the first UK MC'S to MC conscious Hip Hop if you listen to MC MELL'O first LP you can hear this in his MCing, One Geebeats.


July 11, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
This is an awesome British rap release. The production is second to none and MC Mell'O's delivery is suberb. There weren't many British acts that could produce a record of this quality at this time, Hijack and Gunshot being the closest. This record would give many US counterparts a run for their money. After playing this recently it has to be one of my favourites from that era of British Hip Hop. A must for any early British rap fan.