Omega II ‎– Sonic Boom

Label:
Showroom Records ‎– DEB 1125
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

Sonic Side
A Sonic Boom (Vocal Version)
Boom Side
B1 Sonic Boom (Dub Version)
B2 Sonic Boom (Omega Platinum)

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125 BPM
Published by Storyline Music B.M.I.
(C)(R) 1988

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manmade

manmade

June 14, 2009
edited over 5 years ago
The full truth is:
this record is 0% Debonaire, 0% Dynamix II, 0% any of the credited people but 100% Dynamik Bass System!

Debonaires shelved Sonic Boom (aka Return To Sonic Boom) is a completly different track that was never released on vinyl!

The Sonic Boom on this fake Showroom Records 12", the Sonic Boom everyone is after, was produced by Dynamik Bass System in the mid 1990s. The B side track Omega Platinum as well appears on their debut release on Gigolo Records 1998.
extoo

extoo

May 26, 2009
Yes. it's true not a Dynamix II production. it's much better than that!

Dynamix II had already stopped doing electrofunk at the year of "sonic boom" release and they moved to a different techno style.

Anyway totally an electro GEM here. this is one of the best electro records from all times. definily a electro holly grail.

Good job Debonaire & music producers , bad for the marketing job who used others names, no need to. record sold quickly and it's now impossible to get.

PappaWheelie

PappaWheelie

December 18, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
The original Sonic Boom was a shelved track by Claudio "Debonaire" Barrella. Reportedly, it was Nick "Baby Love" Salerno who took it upon himself to not only release this song on Showroom Records, but credit L. Cabrerra (Breezy Beat MC), Dynamix II, and DXJ on the label, seemingly as a marketing ploy. Debonaire has stated that this was done without his knowledge or approval.

Since then, a new school Electro group has made a version of the song confusing many who were trying to chase it down on ebay and such (you know who you are)...
scratch-d

scratch-d

July 20, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Dynamix II never had anything to do with the making of this 12" Record. We were asked by Debonaire who owned Showroom to put it out as Dynamix II while briefly working with him on the Dynamix II 12" Bass Generator/Ignition but decided against it. There was no reason to have our music constructed by other artists. Months later this Omega II 12" record surfaces over seas. It was nothing more than a scam in attempt to capitalize on the success of the name of Dynamix II.

It's 100% Debonaire and 0% Dynamix II