'Made in Jamaica'
VD-125 A is etched twice in the runout of the A side. In the first etching the '5' of the '125' has been crossed out with a double stroke '1' [It looks like a dollar sign written with a '5' instead on an 'S']
The track i-D app 'Shazam' identifies the A-side as 'Breakdowns' by Sir Edward Marks.
However the A-side is not by him and is 'Cookies' by Brother Soul so this is more than likely an unofficial pressing of two US funk tracks.
The other known release on this label Yvette & The Kids - Funky Drummer is a looped version of James Brown's 'Funky Drummer'. With a classic break featured on the A-side of this release and an instrumental funk track on the B-side It is is thought that this label was set up in the early 1980s to supply hard to find breaks to the original scratch and Hip Hop DJ's.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side [Etched]): VD-12$ A VD-121 A
- Matrix / Runout (B Side [Etched]): VD-125 A