The Stop The Violence Movement ‎– Self Destruction

Jive ‎– 1178-1-JD
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Self Destruction (Extended Mix) 5:52
A2 Self Destruction (Special Remix)
Mixed By – KRS-One
B1 Self Destruction (Single Edit) 5:28
B2 Self Destruction (Instrumental) 5:28



Produced for Boogie Down Productions.
Recorded at Power Play Studios and Chung King.
An original sound recording made by Zomba Recording Corporation.
Track A2 mixed for Boogie Down Productions.

Stetsasonic appears courtesy of Tommy Boy Records
M.C. Lyte appears courtesy of First Priority Records
Doug E. Fresh appears courtesy of Reality Records
Just-Ice appears courtesy of Sleeping Bag Records
Heavy D appears courtesy of Uptown Records
Public Enemy appears courtesy of Def Jam Records

Zomba Enterprises, Inc. ASCAP / Willesden Music Inc. BMI

℗ & © 1989 Zomba Recording Corp.
Manufactured and Distributed by RCA Records, a label of BMG Music
Printed in U.S.A.
Made in U.S.A.

Release bears logos for BMG, Jive, Stop The Violence Movement, National Urban League Inc., RCA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1241-41178-1 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side A): 1178-1-JD-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side B): 1178-1-JD-B

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
1178-4-JS, 01241-41178-4 The Stop The Violence Movement Self-Destruction(Cass, Single, Son) Jive, RCA 1178-4-JS, 01241-41178-4 US 1989 Sell This Version
ZT 42680 The Stop The Violence Movement Self Destruction(12") Jive ZT 42680 France 1989 Sell This Version
BDPS T 1 The Stop The Violence Movement Self Destruction(12") Jive BDPS T 1 Scandinavia 1989 Sell This Version
11B3-25 Stop The Violence Movement* Self Destruction(CD, Mini, Single) Alfa, Jive 11B3-25 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
BDPS T1 The Stop The Violence Movement Self Destruction(12", Promo) Jive BDPS T1 UK 1989 Sell This Version


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November 22, 2017
How are these listed as 1989 when the labels on the records clearly state 1988?


July 1, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
MC Lyte brings the dopiest verse for sure. I wonder how many artist were asked to be involved but turned it down.
Also like Phil said it never took off due in part to the average backing track and chorus but there wasn't a radio edit and radio sure as hell wasn't going to play a single edit that was 5:28 long.
I wish Hank had more input into this.