Rammellzee, K-Rob ‎– Beat Bop

Label:
Tartown Record Co. ‎– TT001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Notes

500 copies of this first edition were reportedly pressed.

"Test Pressing" is printed on "Side 2" label.

Neither the artists' names nor the track title appear on the labels.

On some copies, the labels were erroneously affixed to the opposite side of the audio.

This version can be differentiated from the two standard vinyl subsequent 45 RPM editions by the runout groove etchings and by the a 2.8" pressing ring that encircles the labels.

There is also another reissue version with similar runout groove etchings that plays at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etching): TT-001-A-E-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout etching): TT-001-B-E-1

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GET58009-12 Rammellzee vs. K-Rob Rammellzee vs. K-Rob - Beat Bop(12", Ltd, RE, Bla) Get On Down GET58009-12 US 2014 Sell This Version
TT001 Rammellzee Versus K-Rob Rammellzee Versus K-Rob - Beat Bop(12", RE, TP) Tartown Record Co. TT001 US 2001 Sell This Version
TT001 Rammellzee, K-Rob Rammellzee, K-Rob - Beat Bop(7", Single, Ltd, Unofficial) Turn Table TT001 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
PRO-7030-DJ Rammelzee* vs. K-Rob Rammelzee* vs. K-Rob - Beat Bop(12", Promo, Unofficial) Profile Records (3) PRO-7030-DJ US Unknown Sell This Version
TT001 Rammelzee* Versus K.Rob* Rammelzee* Versus K.Rob* - Beat Bop(12", RE) Tartown Record Co. TT001 US 2001 Sell This Version

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eatdogs

eatdogs

August 16, 2018
I just ordered a copy of this from Get on Down. Sold out on Bullmoose apparently. Better get a copy now while you can.
Downbeatmetro

Downbeatmetro

April 9, 2018
HI does someone have pictures of a genuine orginal Rammellzee Beat Bop. I can buy one but need some extra info about the thickness of the sleeve, inside of the cardboard and labels etc. Please help.
NY_Club_Classics

NY_Club_Classics

December 14, 2017
edited 11 months ago

You need to hear the instrumental on a high-end system that can deliver a deep, clear and warm soundstage with focused highs, mids and a tight bottom in order to hear and appreciate the guitar, strings and sprinkles in this production. The instrumental has more musical and crossover club appeal than the vocal, and sounds better slightly pitched up for a touch more "pace". If you know how to play downtempo club/funk music, there are a number of other classics you can follow this up with.
psktimes

psktimes

November 7, 2017
Eight grand +,is this some sort of bad joke?,do you get a fee kidney with it.
superred

superred

May 9, 2016
does anyone really know about the rotation speed it should have ? Thanx
bald_head_slick

bald_head_slick

January 28, 2016
I used to hate this track back in the day because it was so slow compared to the electro of the time. Time has made me see the error of my ways though and I've grown to love it.

http://hiphopbebop.com/2016/01/rammellzee-vs-k-rob-beat-bop.html
propergent

propergent

January 13, 2016
What's the custom artwork all about? Did he draw on them?
freddyfresh

freddyfresh

November 12, 2015

Original has RAMMELLZEE VS. K-ROB "BEAT BOP" 12" (TARTOWN RECORD CO. TT-001-A-E-1 etched in matrix for side 1 and TT-001-B-E-1 etched in matrix of side 2).
freddyfresh

freddyfresh

November 12, 2015
pretty sure originals play at 45 RPM
rebeccacooper1978

rebeccacooper1978

November 12, 2015
Does anyone know what the Matrix code should be on an original press please? Help much appreciated!