Masters At Work ‎– The Album

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Cutting Records ‎– CD-2006
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1 Give It To Me
Featuring – Screechie Dan*
5:14
2 Donde Lo Conseguiste
Featuring – Jaime "Gringo" Davidson, Sr.Written-By – Jaime "Gringo" Davidson, Sr.
4:52
3 The Buddah Chant 5:11
4 Too Smooth 1:43
5 Get Up 2:22
6 Blood Vibes 3:29
7 Can't Stop The Rhythm
Featuring – Jocelyn Brown
7:14
8 When You Touch Me
Featuring – India
5:29
9 All That 5:20
10 I Can't Get No Sleep
Featuring – India
8:12
11 The Buff Dance 6:25
12 It's The Way To Live 4:47

Notes

Album mastered at Hit Factory-D.M.S.

© 1991, 1993 Cutting Records, Inc.
℗ 1993 Cutting Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 028762-2006-29

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CR-2006 Masters At Work The Album(2xLP, Album) Cutting Records CR-2006 US 1993 Sell This Version
CUD 2006 Masters At Work The Album(CD, Album) Cutting Records CUD 2006 US 1993 Sell This Version
EFA 06317-26 Masters At Work The Album(CD) Ausfahrt EFA 06317-26 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
UMM 073 LP Masters At Work The Album(2xLP, Album) UMM UMM 073 LP Italy 1993 Sell This Version
BNCY-57 Masters At Work The Album(CD, Album, RE) Bad News Records BNCY-57 Japan 1998 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 30, 2004

On their first album, unassumingly titled <I>The Album</I>, Masters at Work show both their influences and their innovation. On the first half of the album, Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez comes to the forefront with his more hip-hop oriented beats; then, on the second half, “Little” Louie Vega gives us the house stylings with which the Masters at Work name has come to be associated. Kenny “Dope” lays down the beats like no one else -- listen to how thick and juicy they are on “Blood Vibes” -- but their house numbers are the memorable ones here. “Can’t Stop the Rhythm,” “All That,” and “The Buff Dance” (as with most of their house tracks) are perfectly fine, but the showstopper is “I Can’t Get No Sleep” with India’s ecstatic vocals. It was a joy to hear then, and it’s a joy to hear now.