The Prince Of Dance Music, L.B. Bad ‎– The True Story Of House Music

Label:
Nu Groove Records ‎– NG-033
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 The True Story Of House Music (Body Mechanix Authentic Garage Groove) 4:45
A2 The True Story Of House Music (Body Mechanix Instrumental) 4:46
A3 The True Story Of House Music (I'm So Alone) 3:36
B1 The True Story Of House Music (Body Mechanix Underground Mix) 6:16
B2 L.B. Bad's Preachapella (The True Story Of House) 3:54
B3 New Age Bonus Track - "The New Age Of Faith" Act1 The Sea: Birth, Act 2 The Land: Life, Act 3 The Stars: Faith In Heaven 4:20

Credits

Notes

Written, arranged and produced for Bad Productions.

Special thanks to Karen & Frank for knowing, understanding, and appreciating True House Music

The credits are not mentioned on side B.

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  • Other (Rights Society): BMI

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jvincentvalencia

jvincentvalencia

February 8, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
I used to own this record and sold it back in the 1990s. I should have kept my copy! Fortunately, I was able to buy a new copy of Elbee Bad's 'The True Story of House Music' on CD.
zeebianco

zeebianco

June 20, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Originally bought this in 1990 for track A2 (which I'd heard on the Stu Allan house hour on Manchester's Key103fm - thanks Stu!) intensely ahead of its time warped driving space house that sounds as good now as it did then. It was only when I got the record home and played it through that I heard New Age of Faith. Classic e.p. that sums up the experimental / exploratory spirit of NuGroove and the underground house scene in general at the time.
fred_funk

fred_funk

July 22, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

For those that don't know, the 3rd track on the b-side: "New Age Bonus Track" is where Sabres Of Paradise got the inspiration for their Smokebelch track. I say inspiration, however, I use the term very loosely as I am not entirely sure that nicking the tune almost note for note count as inspiration.

They did do a good job of it though!