WestBam ‎– The Roof Is On Fire

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TSR Records ‎– D2-75755
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CD, Album
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Lista de Títulos

1 The Roof Is On Fire 3:54
2 Miami Bass 4:06
3 Monkey Town 3:52
4 ...And Party 3:21
5 Alarm Clock 3:45
6 Bring That Beat Back 2:05
7 Hold Me Back 3:29
8 The Wall 4:12
9 Monkey Say - Monkey Do 3:21
10 Cold Stomper 3:21
11 Saxophone 3:42
12 It's Over 2:13

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Notas

℗ © 1991 TSR Records
All tracks recorded at Low Spirit Studios Berlin (West).

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Barcode: 015397575529
  • Matrix / Runout (#1): CPCD75755
  • Matrix / Runout (#2): W.O. 16886-1

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Cat. nº Artista Título (Formato) Sello Cat. nº País Año
D4-75755 WestBam The Roof Is On Fire(Cass, Album) TSR Records D4-75755 US 1991 Vender esta versión
SYD CD 2, SYDCD 2 WestBam The Roof Is On Fire (U.S. Remixes)(CD, Album) Swanyard Discs Ltd., Swanyard Discs Ltd. SYD CD 2, SYDCD 2 UK 1991 Vender esta versión
D1-75755 WestBam The Roof Is On Fire(LP, TP) TSR Records D1-75755 US 1991 Vender esta versión
D4-75755 WestBam The Roof Is On Fire(Cass, Promo) TSR Records D4-75755 US 1991 Vender esta versión
D2-75755 WestBam The Roof Is On Fire(CD, Album, Lon) TSR Records D2-75755 US 1991 Vender esta versión

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avi111

avi111

4 de julio de 2017
editado over 3 years ago
this is a rip-off on "Thank Ya" by Sweet D
Magnetonium

Magnetonium

17 de abril de 2007
editado over 14 years ago

Apart from "The Roof Is On Fire" and "Miami Bass" thumping bass-kicking tracks, the rest of the CD is plain boring, irritating and just not worth listening to. Why? There's very little production skills on this CD - many sounds and loops have been copied and sampled from other music. The only credit I give to Westbam on this CD is for being able to put together all these blips, sounds and at times odd monkey noises and parodies, but with great mixing skills. As for production talent, none is present here after the first two tracks, in my opinion. I am still at a loss to understand what made Westbam so popular in 1989-1992.