Newcleus ‎– Jam On Revenge

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Sunnyview ‎– SUN 4901
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A1 Computer Age (Push The Button)
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*
7:35
A2 Auto-Man
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*
5:49
A3 I'm Not A Robot
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*, Robert Crafton III*
4:51
A4 Destination Earth (1999)
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*, Robert Crafton III*
5:08
B1 Jam On Revenge (Re-Mix)
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*
6:35
B2 Jam On It
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*
5:30
B3 Where's The Beat
Written By – B. Redmon, S. RobertsWritten-By – Joe Webb, T. Greene*
5:30
B4 No More Runnin'
Written-By – M.B. Cenac*
4:58

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All songs Published by Wicked Stepmother Music Publ. Corp. / Wedot Music Co. (ASCAP)
All songs produced & selected by Joe Webb and Frank Fair
"A Jonathan Fearing Mix"
Marketed and Distributed by Sunnyview Records, Inc., 1790 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019

℗ ©1984 Sunnyview Records, Inc.

Track titles taken from record labels.

Track A1 is listed on sleeve as "Computor Age (Push The Button)"
Track A2 is listed on sleeve as "Auto Man"
Track B1 is listed on sleeve as "Jam On Revenge (Special Re-Mix)"
Track B4 is listed on sleeve as "No More Running"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side A): FWC5 A-2 -> SUN 4901-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side B): FWC5 A-1 -> SUN 4901B

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JORCD 0032 Newcleus Jam On Revenge(CDr, Album, RE) Jam-On Recordings JORCD 0032 US Unknown Sell This Version
460.21.002 Newcleus Jam On Revenge(Cass, Album) Sunnyview 460.21.002 Germany 1984 Sell This Version
540089 Newcleus Jam On Revenge(LP, Album) Sunnyview, Vogue 540089 France 1984 Sell This Version
none Newcleus Jam On Revenge(LP, Album, TP) Sunnyview none US 1984 Sell This Version
VPK1 6695, SNC 4901 Newcleus Jam On Revenge(Cass, Album) RCA Victor, Sunnyview VPK1 6695, SNC 4901 New Zealand 1984 Sell This Version

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adylee

adylee

November 2, 2017
is the CD ripped direct from vinyl like most remastered or digital remastered re release etc its a vinyl transfer i heard.
turncircle

turncircle

September 7, 2016
I was lucky enough to revel in this album when it came out originally and played the darn thing on a loop for a year.
They could have released the album with Side A only, that side is the sweetest chunk of Electro ever to make it. In fact Newcleus could have packed up and after never released a thing after.

Now this may sound odd, but I never really liked Jam On It, the wikki-wikki gets on my nerves and is so far from the quality of Computer Age.

The intro to Computer Age is a stone cold classic.
pedero

pedero

December 30, 2015
Does anyone know if they released the original arrangement of "no more running" on vinyl? The version that appears on this record is good but I heard the original attamgement on Spotify and prefer it. Would like to have it on wax so I can play it out.
jdank.firth

jdank.firth

June 15, 2014

I'm going to have to agree with Bassface72. This album encorperates some of the coolest beats and rhymes of the 80's! Electro/Hip Hop/Dance Fusion! Spectacular Album! 5/5!
fivesurfers

fivesurfers

July 14, 2008
I have to agree with FACE, this album set the standards of early 80's HipHOP, I dj houseparties and some downtown L.A clubs, and I can tell you sometimes when the party is winding down I put trak-1A or 2B and the crowd comes alive again, it's also the perfect album to enjoy on a hot Sunday afternoon with some SOCO on ice***"if it's too loud youz too old**world's DJ's unite & turn it up!!!
Bassface72

Bassface72

August 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

If i was only allowed 5 pieces of vinyl this would be one of them, this is the ultimate old school electro album, every home should own a copy, every track is a winner that takes you on a journey of infectious beats and rhymes.This album should have a 5 rating period.
MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

August 13, 2002
"Automan" was ripped by Snap for the intro of "Rhythm Is A Dancer"