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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 43766-2 Quincy Jones Featuring The Cast Of "Stomp"/The Yes/No Productions Quincy Jones Featuring The Cast Of "Stomp"/The Yes/No Productions - Stomp(CD, Maxi) Qwest Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 43766-2 US 1996 Sell This Version
PRO-A-8403 Quincy Jones Stomp(2x12", Promo) Qwest Records PRO-A-8403 US 1995 Sell This Version
PRO-A-8403 Quincy Jones Stomp(2x12", Promo, Red) Qwest Records PRO-A-8403 US 1995 Sell This Version
7-17528 Quincy Jones Stomp(7") Qwest Records 7-17528 US 1995 Sell This Version
PRO-CD-8403 Quincy Jones Stomp(CD, Maxi, Promo) Qwest Records PRO-CD-8403 US 1995 Sell This Version
9362 43729-0 Quincy Jones Stomp (The Remixes)(12") Qwest Records 9362 43729-0 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
PRO-A-8522 Quincy Jones Stomp (The Sean Thomas Remix)(12", Promo) Qwest Records PRO-A-8522 US 1996 Sell This Version
9362 43730-2 Quincy Jones Stomp - The Remixes(CD, Maxi) Qwest Records 9362 43730-2 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
9362 43730-9 Quincy Jones Stomp - The Remixes(CD, Single, Car) Qwest Records 9362 43730-9 France 1996 Sell This Version
0-43766 Quincy Jones Stomp(12") Qwest Records 0-43766 US 1996 Sell This Version
SAM 1863 Quincy Jones Stomp(12", Promo) Qwest Records SAM 1863 US Unknown Sell This Version
none Quincy Jones Stomp(12", Promo, Str) Not On Label none US Unknown Sell This Version

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carlosmineros

carlosmineros

October 5, 2016
referencing Stomp (The Remixes), 12", 9362 43729-0
This track samples "The Brothers Johnson - Stomp" from 1980
bertrandjp90

bertrandjp90

July 14, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Stomp, 2x12", Promo, PRO-A-8403
I wonder what HPB stands for? This version is essentially the "tv track" or performance track version.

Update: I found out it's "HalfPlayBack"
ethan

ethan

June 19, 2003
referencing Stomp, CD, Maxi, 9 43766-2
This is a cover of the R&B hot by The Brothers Johnson, featuring the cast of "Stomp", the musical, vocals by Charlie Wilson of the Gap Band and Chaka Khan, and a slew of rappers like Coolio, Yo-Yo, Luniz, and Melle Mel (Shaquille O'Neal got in as well; how? only Q knows). Frankie's mixes are a bit harder than his normal output, which is a big plus. This marks the first time, to my recollection, that I heard Mousse T. Now, look at his track record. The Ultimate Stomper was a great early mix that still holds up today; I think he may have licked a part of this for one of his Odyssey projects with Grant Nelson.