Various ‎– Turntable Trix One

Not On Label ‎– TT-10
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Partially Mixed, Unofficial Release, Single Sided, Test Pressing


Companies, etc.


Test pressing with "Tembo Manufacturing Co. Test Pressing" printed on an otherwise blank label.
Catalog number has been derived from the runout etching.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TT 10-A

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TT-10 Various Turntable Trix One(12", S/Sided, P/Mixed, Unofficial) Not On Label TT-10 US 1987 Sell This Version
TT 10 Various Turntable Trix One(12", P/Mixed, Unofficial) Not On Label TT 10 US 1987 Sell This Version


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September 10, 2015
Credible sources have told me that this mix here was done by none other than Dr. Dre. Although it cannot be confirmed, if you have some of his famous Roadium Swap Meet mixtapes, the mixing and scratching styles are very similar.

During this time of these mixes being pressed on wax, Lonzo from the WCWC was selling these underground as if they were drugs to avoid any harassment from the IRS. They eventually were getting bootlegged along with WCWC's singles and albums and they had regional attention.

It was during that time, Dr. Rock (see Fila Fresh Crew), who taught Dr. Dre the art of DJing, and who initially was part of WCWC, left to Dallas, TX to pursue other endeavors as well as become one of the star DJs to mix for KKDA - K104FM in DFW, which Dr. Dre filled in his spot as Lonzo's DJ, and the mixes followed on cassette and wax.

And these mixes were played on the air in Dallas radio by virtue of the L.A.-Dallas connection between Dr. Rock and Dr. Dre, who would also occasionally visit there to search for talent (see D.O.C., Fila Fresh Crew).