Various ‎– Ralph Lawson - Stars On 33

Fat City ‎– FC12012
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Wolf n' Flow She Entices (Intro)
Written-By – Finlow*, M.D. Lawson*
A2 Larry Young Turn Off The Lights
Producer – Larry Young, Terry PhilipsWritten-By – Saunders*, Young*, Logan*
B3 Audio Traffic Harlem After Hours
Congas – Dubble DWritten-By, Producer – Jason Frost, Jo Lucas*
B4 Formidable Force Metro Life
Written-By, Producer – Dave "Atnarko" Ross*, Paul "Huggy" Huggett*


  • Compiled ByRalph Lawson
  • Design, Artwork By [Art Direction]Nick Fry
  • Photography – Antony Crook


A2: Copyright Control ℗1975 Arista Records Inc.
Issued under license from BMG UK & Ireland Ltd.
B3: Published by Sound 2020 Publishing Ltd
© and ℗2002 2020 Vision Recordings Ltd.
B4: Published by Sound 2020 Publishing Ltd
© and ℗2002 2020 Vision Recordings Ltd.

Made In England

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 039238 067221



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April 29, 2003

The second instalment of our very own Stars On 33 series is compiled and mixed by Ralph Lawson of Back To Basics fame. His is a very original mix, Ralph has taken some modern grooves and dug up some dusty nuggets from the past, and mixed them all together - he has got around the old problem of the live grooves not beat mixing with the modern stuff by using a live band to fill in the beats! This 4 track sampler starts off with a spoken word intro, and goes into the massive Fat City favourite Turn Off The Lights by Larry Youngs Fuel. You will have heard this fantastic track before, either in this original version or one of the many excellent cover versions that have been released over the years. But you wont own it on a 12 inch single - this is the first time ever it has been released on this format, with a super-loud fat pressing. Following that exclusive, Audio Traffic pop up with a funky basslined breakbeat track with live percussion from Dubble D, and the Formidable Force weigh in with Metro Life - electro beats and effects with big bass stabs and mad trippy filtered effects. A quality EP that is the only vinyl you will see of Ralph Lawsons mix.