Black Rock & Ron ‎– Stop The World

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A1 Intro 0:22
A2 Stop The World 4:12
A3 You Can't Do Me None 3:46
A4 True Feelings (True Rock Mix)
Producer [Additional], Remix – Phil Harding & Ian Curnow
4:26
A5 Black Is The Word 3:40
A6 That's How I'm Livin' 5:13
A7 To Hear Black & Rock Rap 0:23
B1 Getting Large 4:04
B2 Rap Life 3:44
B3 Act Like U Know 3:51
B4 I'm Tired
Producer [Additional], Remix – Jurgen Korduletsch*
4:56
B5 3 Brothers And Yvonne 3:13
B6 Black, Rock & Ron (Video Mix)
Drum Programming – Hudson "Hot Mix" BeauduyProducer [Additional], Remix – Jurgen Korduletsch*
4:35

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Manufactured & distributed by BMG Music, New York, NY
Production for Popular Records
Co-production for Tony & Tommy Productions
Recorded at 12/12 Studio / Chung King / Power Play / Jazzy Jay Studio / My Place / PWL

This album is dedicated to the memory of Paul C. McKasty

Runout Grooves:
9875-1-RA (Side A)
9875-1-RB (Side B)
#04651 (Side A)
#04651X (Side B)
Emw (Both Sides)

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9875-2-R Black, Rock & Ron* Stop The World(CD, Album) RCA 9875-2-R US 1989 Sell This Version
ZCSU 5 Black, Rock 'N' Ron* Stop The World(Cass, Album) Supreme Records (3) ZCSU 5 UK 1989 Sell This Version
SU-5 Black, Rock & Ron* Stop The World(LP, Album) Supreme Records (3) SU-5 UK 1989 Sell This Version
9875-2-R Black, Rock & Ron* Stop The World(CD, Album, Lon) RCA 9875-2-R US 1989 Sell This Version
GET-51276 Black Rock & Ron Stop The World(CD, Album, RE) Get On Down GET-51276 US 2011 Sell This Version

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_CHAIRMANoftheBORED_

November 22, 2018
The album version of the track "You can't do me none" obviously features an intro from a german live appearance with some kind of master of ceremony who instructs the crowd: "Wenn sie nochma' kommen sollen müssen wir, glaub ich, ein bisschen lauter sein! Black, Rock And Ron! Black, Rock And Ron! Black, Rock And Ron! ..." It seems like it's been at the end of a concert, when the band has already left the stage and the crowd chanted something like: We want more! A literal interpretation: "If you want them to come back [to the stage] we would have to [shout] louder, I guess: Black, Rock And Ron!..." It's funny that the german pressing with a different tracklist and cover seems to omit this track.

The intro to the song "My hometown" has been spoken by DJ Red Alert and originates from the intro to their contribution to the '87 album "Various - Red Alert Goes Berserk". That's the album that also features Ultra's "Bait" exclusively.