Various ‎– Street Sounds Hip Hop Electro 11

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Street Sounds ‎– ELCST 11
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A1 Roxanne Shanté Def Fresh Crew
Producer – M.M.E. Ltd*
A2 Awesome Foursome Monster Beat
Producer – Gregory Marius, Teddy Riley
A3 Captain Rock You Stink
Producer – T & T Aleem*, Spyder-D
A4 Disco Four Get Busy
Producer – Gregory Marius, Teddy Riley
A5 12:41 Success Is The Word
Producer – David Eng, Kenny Beck
B1 The B-Boys Girls - Part 2
Producer – Vincent Davis (2)
B2 Stetsonic* Just Say Stet
Producer – Stetsasonic, Tom Silverman
B3 The 2 Live Crew What I Like
Producer – Two Live Crew*
B4 Hashim Primrose Path
Producer – Hashim
B5 Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde Butt Naked
Producer – Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde

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Pressed at MPO Averton

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  • Barcode: 5 013886 011119
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side A): FROGGIE AND MAD DOG HARRIS CUT IT UP!! MPO ELCST 11 A1X
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side B): MPO ELCST 11 B1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EN-788 Various Street Sounds Hip Hop Electro 11(Cass, Mixed, Comp, Unofficial) Thomsun Original EN-788 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
ZCELC 11 Various Street Sounds Hip Hop Electro 11(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Street Sounds ZCELC 11 UK 1986 Sell This Version

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Crop_Circlemaker

Crop_Circlemaker

November 5, 2010
If you can't remember where you were when you first heard Africa Bambaataas - Planet Rock, you weren't either a break dancer in the 80's or an Electro album buyer. The series boasted fresh sounds and energy into an underground scene where many of the raps over the records were accompanied by melodic choruses fit for spinning on your body parts to. When the series moved into Hip Hop Electro some of that magic was lost as things gear closer towards lyrics which rapped about how big a gangster you were. The key releases in this series are all the early ones and the UK Fresh 86 one (Electro 13), if you are going start your collection off anywhere go straight in for UK Electro (which has mainly instrumentals) and the Crucial Electros.
Tomas_Esperanza

Tomas_Esperanza

June 7, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I'm sure there are countless thirty-somethings who fondly remember the early era of the Electro series, many of whom will have stopped collecting them after a few years as times changed and the series ceased to be as fresh as it once was. No doubt in my mind the late eighties where a bit naff regarding the incorporation of electro/hip-hop within the mainstream. It just wasn't underground or original anymore. But that said, In 1986 I still enjoyed the series right up till HipHop/Electro 15. By 1987 it was done. Although Electro 11 was perhaps the beggining of the end of a good thang - it was, for a while, my personal favourite as it has some pretty hard hitting tunes on there.