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VariousFast Money

Label:Star Maker Records – FM 1000
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Electro

Tracklist

A1Positive KGetting Paid
Mixed ByOscar Fuller
Producer, Arranged ByW.G. Toby*, Mr. Sweety G*
Written-ByD. Gibson*
5:27
A2The MostSome More
Producer, Arranged ByB. Moody*, DJ Barry B
Written-ByD. Davis*, I. West (2)
5:12
A3Disco Dave (2)Yum Yum Eat' Em Up
Producer, Arranged ByDJ Darryl C, D. Calloway*, D. Wynn*
Written-ByD. Thomas*
5:15
B1Sugar Rock, Sugar Love (2)Dance Rock
Producer, Arranged ByD. Wynn*, Sugar Rock
Written-ByS. Lewis (3), S. Owens (2)
4:02
B2Rob BaseD.J. Interview
Producer, Arranged ByChill Will, DJ E-Z Rock, R. Bryce*, W. Finch*
Written-ByR. Ginyard*
5:29
B3Connect 4Deeper Bass
Producer, Arranged ByDarryl C*, D. Calloway*, D. Wynn*
Written-ByD. Thomas*
3:34
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Credits

Notes

Mfg. & Dist. by Star Maker Rec.

Special thanks to Sid Williams, Jomo Simmons, Delores Beatty, Randall Toby, Dae Bennett, David Kowalski, E.Z. Kid, The Twins, Brian, Gary Twin, Red Alert, Chuck Leonard, Mr. Magic, Chuck Chill Out & Marley Marl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): FM 1000A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): FM 1000B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A [hand-etched]): FM-1000 A 10P6006 6-86 537-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B [hand-etched]): FM 1000 B 10 P6006 6-86 537-5

Reviews

  • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
    Edited 5 years ago
    Rob Base and .DJ E-Z Rock.......show the true skills here.......It takes two...... Phat phat phat phatttttt!!!! They'rre later stuff... Nahhhh ;)
    • MentallyMad's avatar
      MentallyMad
      This LP was an attempt to resurrect the old Mixmaster Mike And Disco Dave record label. It dropped in the summer of 1986 and has some significance. First off, it marks the debut on wax for two rappers who would go on to have big careers, Rob Base, and Positive K. On the track "Yum Yum Eat 'Em Up, the rapper is Donald Dee, who's biggest hit was "Don's Groove" from 1984. The two tracks that got all the air play when this LP dropped were "Some More" which sampled "Funky Drummer" by James Brown, and the best track on this release, "D.J. Interview". You just knew Rob Base was going to make another record after this. This record sat in the racks of New York City record stores for a long time, but now this record is pretty hard to come across, and a very nice find!

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