Original Concept ‎– Bite'n My Stylee / Pump That Bass

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Def Jam Recordings ‎– 44-05961
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Bite'n My Stylee
Guitar [Uncredited] – Elliot NoblesWritten-By – A.A. Brown*, E. Nobles*, G. Gray*, T.J. Kelsie*
5:12
B1 Pump That Bass/Live (Get A Little Stupid... HO!)
Drums [Uncredited] – Randy LondonGuitar [Uncredited] – Mike SaxonWritten-By – A.A. Brown*
3:06
B2 Bite'n My Stylee (Instrumental)
Guitar [Uncredited] – Elliot NoblesWritten-By – A.A. Brown*, E. Nobles*, G. Gray*, T.J. Kelsie*
4:33

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  • Barcode: 7464-05961-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): XSS 175449
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): XSS 175450
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): MasterDisk

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therealsubwaybaby

therealsubwaybaby

February 16, 2019
If you where a fan of hip-hop back in 1986 (like me) you picked this up for the "Pump That Bass/Live (Get A Little Stupid... HO!)" ... At the time, the A side didn't matter :):) ... B1 was the jam on the floor and sounds even better in 2019 ? ... Kool !! ... // Tommy
PappaWheelie

PappaWheelie

August 16, 2003
Though not necessarily a rare record for collectors to find, it is a rare record stylistically. It's one of the few Def Jam records not produced by Rick Rubin during the early days of the label, and it's one of the only rap tracks from the Northeast to acknowledge Bass as the topic during the formative years of Bass as a genre (1985-1987). Also notable is the combination of the 808 Kick Drum with the Oberheim DMX Snare Drum, which means they either were utilizing E-mu's SP-12 percussion sampler released in 1985, or the rarer use of 'Doctor Click' to sync up the 808 and DMX. That 808 was impossible to keep time, so the sync produced a rare sound indeed.