Various ‎– Street Sounds Crucial Electro 2

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Street Sounds ‎– ELCST 1000
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A1 The B-Boys Two, Three Break
Producer – Vincent Davis (2)Written-By – V. Davis*
A2 The Russell Brothers The Party Scene (SV)
Producer – Larry Joseph, The Russell BrothersWritten-By – L. Joseph*, R. Russell / R. Russell*
A3 Davy DMX One For The Treble (Fresh)
Producer – David Reeves Jr.*Written-By – D. Reeves Jr.*
A4 The Packman I'm A Pac Man
Written-By, Producer – Bobby Robinson
B1 Shannon Let The Music Play (Dub)
Producer – Chris Barbosa, Mark LiggettWritten-By – C. Barbosa*, E. Chisolm*
B2 Xena On The Upside
Producer – Chris Barbosa, Mark LiggettWritten-By – Ann Godwin, Curtis Josephs
B3 Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force* Planet Rock
Producer – Arthur BakerWritten-By – A. Baker*, J. Robie*, Soul Sonic Force*
B4 The Jonzun Crew Pac Jam (Look Out For The OVC)
Producer – Maurice Starr, Michael JonzunWritten-By – M. Jonzun*

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A1: Licensed from Streetwave Records Ltd./℗ 1983 Vintertainment Record Co.
A2: Licensed from CBS Records/℗ 1983 CBS Inc.
A3: Licensed from CBS Records/℗ 1984 CBS Inc.
A4: Licensed from Malaco Records/℗ 1983 Enjoy Records

B1: Licensed from Phonogram Ltd./℗ 1983 Emergency Records
B2: Licensed from Streetwave Records Ltd./℗ 1983 Emergency Records
B3: Licensed from Polydor Ltd./℗ 1982 Tommy Boy Records
B4: Licensed from Polydor Ltd./℗ 1983 Tommy Boy Music

℗ 1984 StreetSounds Compilation.

Mixed by DJ Maurice assisted by DJ Noel

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side A): ELCST 1000 A*
  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side B): ELCST 1000 B*
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): ELCST 1000 A1 > tOиe
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): ELCST 1000 B1 >
  • Rights Society: BMI

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

November 11, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Im referencing the TAPE version as thats what we bought!... Records pahhhhh (im kicking myself now)...

My first album! Personal album that I owned!

I heard Electro 6 round my mates house and straight away blagged my dad to get it for xmas...

What I got for xmas was this!

Disgusted at first!

But in a split second was hooked!

Both Crucials are next level!

But

DJ Mix – DJ Maurice (2) Mix of The B Boys- Two Three Break is the version that is actually better than the original!

Dont judge me ...Judge for yourself!

Class!

As for the cover!.....
Ohhhh shit!

Electro is an aural and visual perversion...

And rightly so...

It doesnt harm anyone...

Listen!!!!!

;)
drarnott

drarnott

August 20, 2014
Side 2 is solid gold. I have played this a thousand times over the years and it still sounds amazing.
yeahyeahnoh

yeahyeahnoh

January 14, 2014
In my collection with sticker on frontsleeve "Free inside Street Sounds Catalogue and Street Club Membership details
radioactivegoat

radioactivegoat

January 18, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
my sisters mate came round my house w/ crucial 2 & i was hooked !!!!
andysword

andysword

November 4, 2003
From One for the Treble through Planet Rock, Electro Crucial 2 is simply a joy to listen to! The remaining 2 tracks ain't too shabby either. By far my favourite from the now-deleted Street Sounds Electro series.