The Beatmasters With Betty Boo ‎– Hey DJ / I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing / Ska Train

Rhythm King Records ‎– LEFT R34T
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Limited Edition

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A Hey DJ / I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing (EM-Q Mix)
Backing Vocals – Claudia FontaineRemix – Streets AheadVocals – Betty BooWritten By – P. Carter/M.Glanfield/R. Walsley/D. Richards/D. Dean/A. ClarkesonWritten-By – A. Clarkeson*, M. Glanfield*, D. Dean*, D. Richards*, P. Carter*, R. Walmsley*
AA Ska Train (Tied To The Trax)
Producer [Additional] – The BeatmastersRemix – Martin Rex, The Rhythm Doc*Trumpet – Luke TunneyVocals – Jum Jum*Written By – P. Carter/M. Glanfield/R. WalmsleyWritten-By – M. Glanfield*, P. Carter*, R. Walmsley*

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Limited Edition Club Mix.
Pressed at MPO Averton

The rear of sleeve reads:
The BEATMASTERS invented HipHouse in '86. The world caught up in late '87 making their first single 'ROK DA HOUSE' featuring The COOKIE CREW a dancefloor smash and a top 5 chart hit. Their second single 'BURN IT UP' with heroine P.P. ARNOLD reached number 15 in the Summer of '88. In April '89 the top 10 HipHouse collaboration 'WHO'S IN THE HOUSE' with MERLIN, new Messiah of rap, produced the best D.J. reactions ever recorded at RHYTHM KING... Until even better reactions for 'HEY DJ & SKA TRAIN' arrived... This 12" features special edition club mixes of both tracks.
(P) (C) 1989 Rhythm King
A: Zomba Music Publishing Ltd. Rhythm King Music/ Jobete Music (UK)
AA: Published by Zomba Music Publishing Ltd.
Debut LP 'Anywayanwanna' includes these hit singles and many other crucial cuts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016026 205348
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): LEFTR 34 T A1 MPO MIKE'S
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side AA): LEFTR 34 T A1 THE EXCHANGE MPO