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Afrika Bambaataa & the Soul Sonic Force* Music By Planet PatrolPlanet Rock

レーベル:Tommy Boy – TB 823
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レコード, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Green Labels
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ジャンル:Electronic, Hip Hop
スタイル:Electro

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A1Planet Rock (Vocal)
Written-ByA. Baker*, J. Robie*, Soul Sonic Force*
6:25
A2Bonus Beats I1:15
BPlanet Rock (Instrumental)
Written-ByA. Baker*, J. Robie*
9:16
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This release has only the © and not the ℗ printed on the labels.
BPM 130

バーコードとその他の識別子

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): TB 823 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): TB 823 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Sides A & B runout machine stamped): MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A hand etched): Herbie Jr Hi Angie and Winky "It's A Hi Powered Disco 12" TB-823-A SMK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B hand etched): Herbie Jr "Electric Breaks" TB-823-B
  • 権利協会: BMI

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Planet Rock (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Baby Blue Labels)Tommy BoyTB 823US1982
Planet Rock (7", 45 RPM, Silver Label)21 Records, 21 RecordsPOSP 497, 2002173UK1982
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Planet Rock (12", 45 RPM)Tommy Boy0930.087Germany1982
Planet Rock (7", 45 RPM)Tommy BoyTB 823-7US1982
Planet Rock (12", 45 RPM)Polydor, 21 RecordsPOSPX 497, 2141 610UK1982

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groovefactoryさんのアバター
groovefactory
1年前に編集されました
Boston is the first city mentioned in the city role call, hommage to Arthur Baker's hometown.
Alain_Patrickさんのアバター
Alain_Patrick
2年前に編集されました
Arthur Baker: "Basically, no one at that time had an 808. This is a true story: we saw an ad in the Village Voice that said, "Man with drum machine, 20 dollars a session." [laughs]
So we called him up and said, "Come on in." The programmer of the drum machine had no idea what the fuck we were doing. "You want me to do what?" We played him Kraftwerk, and we showed him what to program. It was all through a Neve, which is an amazing [mixing] board. We went in there: me, Bam and John Robie.
John had a Micromoog and a Prophet-5. This was the first time we'd got to use a polyphonic synth, because I was always using the Moogs. Strangely enough, there was also a Fairlight there. You can probably do what the Fairlight did on a $1,000 computer now. Back then, the Fairlight was probably worth over $100,000 or more. It was taking up a lot of space, but it had a few sounds in it, one being this sort of explosion sound, which we used in the break, and the orchestra, the infamous orchestra.
We wanted to make a record that people into Talking Heads and people into Sugar Hill Gang would play."

John Robie: “ Sorry but this MUST be said.
Planet Rock was to Hip Hop, what Roll Over Beethoven was to Rock.
You can argue till the cows come home about who invented Hip Hop but it is indisputable that Planet Rock laid the foundation for the explosion of Hip Hop as a musical and cultural phenomenon.
It created a sound that has been imitated for nearly 40 years.
It opened the door for RUN DMC and the Beasties.
It has been sampled hundreds of times (legally... who knows how many times otherwise), it has been and continues to be (along with Perfect Beat) licensed for use in countless movies and TV shows.
It squarely put the 808 on the map.
I could go on.
Yet Soul Sonic Force has never even been considered for nomination.
With Bam’s problems, that will of course never happen but even prior to that, the group (which is for all intents and purposes an entity unto itself) was never even considered.
Please know that this isn’t about me.
I’m not the one who would be nominated so it doesn’t apply.
But Biggs is still my brother and it pisses me off no end that arguably the most influential group in Hip Hop history..... the one that opened the floodgates...... the first to set the stage for the marriage of electronic music and rap..... the group that made THE most iconic record of the genre, has been passed over.
Maybe if they made a record with Aerosmith they would’ve slipped in.
But here we are.”
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The_Jazz_Dad
There is a Francois Kevorkian mix of Planet Rock, never released. Arthur Baker has an acetate of it.
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In August 1982 Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force went to the Notting hill carnival in London England, They performed Planet Rock, This one event was the talk of the event, No one had ever seen or heard anything like it before.
The raw energy/power dance routine took the audiences breath away some people i know still talk about the impact it had on them to this day.
This record and performance gave the general public and England as a whole an incite into the New York Bronx underground music culture that was about to explode across the globe, Just look at the Rap and Hip Hop culture as a whole, This track and others like it helped to spread the word and lay the foundation to the largest musical community we have today called Hip Hop/Rap credit is due to the founding fathers of this brave new world music may never be the same.