Various ‎– Brooklyn Beats - Brooklyn's In The House

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Easy Street Records ‎– ESA-9005
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Joey Beltram Frequency Release
Engineer [Mix Consultant] – Damon WildProducer, Mixed By, Engineer – Joey BeltramWritten-By – J. Beltram*
3:55
A2 Ralphie "Dee"* Tribal Acid
Engineer – Tommy MustoFeaturing – Rhythm InterfaceProducer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Ralphie "Dee"*Written-By – R. D'Agostino*
5:07
A3 How & Little Come Together
Producer, Mixed By – Howie How, Little CarlosWritten-By – How & Little
5:05
B1 Mundo Muzique Andromeda
Producer, Mixed By, Engineer, Edited By – Mundo MuziqueWritten-By – M. Muzique*
7:03
B2 Frankie Bones & Damon Wild Clap Your Hands (Come On)
Featuring – The Rhythm Radicals*Producer, Mixed By, Edited By – Damon Wild, Frankie BonesWritten-By – F. Bones*
4:25
B3 Mike "Paradise" Munoz The Way We Were
Producer, Mixed By, Engineer – Mike "Paradise" MunozWritten-By – M. Munoz*
4:33

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℗&©1991, Easy Street Records.
A1: Recorded at On-One Studios.
A2: Recorded at NCP Studios. Produced, mixed and arranged for D'Agostino Prods.
A3: Recorded at 3H Studios.
B1: Recorded at Sonus Phonics. Produced and mixed for Non Stop Jamming Prods.
B2: Recorded and mixed at The Hideway.
B3: Recorded at Transparent Sound.

Printed in USA.

Repressed by R&S Records in 1991 with cat. number RS 91006.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): ESA-9005-A DCHARLES
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): ESA-9005-B DCHARLES
  • Rights Society: BMI

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e-control

e-control

May 4, 2014
Mike "Paradise" Munoz – The Way We Were - big favorite! try it with "revelations - first power" original and you know why ..
jorgen

jorgen

October 10, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
Mike "Paradise" Munoz – The Way We Were together with Joey Beltram – Frequency Release carries this LP all the way.
mr-ed

mr-ed

June 6, 2011

This is one of my all time favourite EPs with a superb cast of artists.
These tracks still bring me happiness 20 years later
fred_funk

fred_funk

May 28, 2003

The was the most important record of 1991 for me. It is one of those EPs that you keep going back to, over and over, and over again.
Look at the cast list: Joey Beltram, Ralphie Dee & Tommy Musto, How & Little, Mundo Muzique, Frankie Bones & Damon Wild, Mike Munoz. Collaborative EPs like this do not happen anymore, especially from such a talented lot. I think that's a bit of a shame as the diversity on this is one of the main appeals. That, and the fact that every single tune is brilliant.
This is quite possibly the best house/techno EP ever released.