Sleeze Boyz ‎– Dance Till You Drop

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Boss Man Recordings ‎– SRD-814-RE1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Dance Till You Drop (Vocal)
B Dance Till You Drop (Instrumental)

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©℗ 1989 Boss Man Records

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side A): SRD-814-RE-1-A S-21345 CB.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side B): SRD-814-RE-1-B S-21346 CB.
  • Rights Society: BMI

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djindio

djindio

February 19, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Forced to stop selling their wildly popular initial hit 'Robo Cop' due to legal issues (the Sleeze Boyz had neglected to obtain the legal rights to use the name and to use the movie audio samples. At the same time, B.O.S.E. had already acquired the exclusive rights the use the 'Robo Cop' name and exclusive rights to use audio samples from the movie. The Sleeze Boyz stripped out and removed all the movie samples and the word 'Robo Cop' from the song, and rebuilt the track into 'Dance Till You Drop', resulting this release here. That's why the Robo Cop catalog number (SRD-814) is reused here with the added '-RE1'.
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rtype

February 3, 2009
edited over 6 years ago

As far as I can tell, "Dance Till You Drop" is identical to their previous record on Sheik, "Robo Cop," minus the film samples. No idea why the Sleeze Boyz did this. The instrumental is killer, especially when the Boyz drop the "Home Computer" samples from Kraftwerk at the end.
Too bad Dre pretty much forgot about electro after "Straight outta Compton" was released.