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    Bomb The BassInto The Dragon

    Label:Rhythm King – DOOD LP CD 1
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:House

    Tracklist

    1Beat Dis (U.S. 7" Mix)3:42
    2Megablast Rap (Version)
    ScratchesGrimm Death
    VocalsMerlin
    6:50
    3On The Cut3:52
    4Don't Make Me Wait
    GuitarRoddy Marsh
    VocalsLauraine*
    4:17
    5Dynamite Beats
    DrumsBruce Smith
    Percussion23 Skidoo
    1:45
    6Megablast (Hip Hop On Precinct 13)
    Mixed ByMark Saunders
    ScratchesNellee Hooper
    3:54
    7Hey You!
    VocalsAurra (2)
    3:22
    8Shake It
    Co-producerNellee Hooper
    PercussionTony Spiker
    5:10
    9Say A Little Prayer
    VocalsMaureen*
    5:26
    10Beat Dat (Freestyle Scratch Mix)3:44
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    Made in England.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5016026 618018
    • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DOODLP CD 1 :· ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·

    Other Versions (5 of 38)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Into The Dragon (LP, Album)Rhythm King, Mute, Rhythm KingDOOD LP 1, DOOD LP1UK1988
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    Into The Dragon (Cassette, Album)Rhythm King, Rhythm KingDOOD C 1, DOOD C1UK1988
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    Into The Dragon (LP, Album, Stereo)Rhythm King70646France1988
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    Into The Dragon (Cassette, )Possum RecordsVPK1 6785Australia1988
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    Into The Dragon (LP, Album)Rhythm KingDOOD LP 1Germany1988

    Reviews

    RobertSteed's avatar
    RobertSteed
    I got into BtB probably 1989-90 via a demo on the Archimedes computer which used a digital version of <i>Don't make me wait</i> as background music. Since then I've always loved that song! I also liked <i>Beat dis</i> and the wicked cover of <i>Say a little prayer</i>. I eventually got a (faulty) 2nd hand tape of the album, and finally in 2001 got the CD new from Key Mail Order. Well, the album is disappointing on the whole - the non-single album tracks are frankly sh1te. It's worth owning for the singles, which are of course fantastic. Another annoying thing about the album is that <i>Megablast (hip-hop on precinct 13)</i> isn't on! Instead the album has this naff <i>Megablast rap</i> featuring Merlin. However, you can get the proper version on the cheap "very best of" CD, which is well worth getting.
    andysword's avatar
    andysword
    I got Into the Dragon on tape for Christmas '88 and wore it out in my Walkman! Wound up giving it ( the tape ) to some girl. Clown that I was... Beat Dis ( I had the 12" ) introduced me to Bomb the Bass, but Don't Make Me Wait made me want the album, and remained my favourite track. Wasn't Lorraine HOT!? BtB released Say a Little Prayer, but the single had an effect on there that wasn't on the album, a sound like someone rattling a stick in a dustbin! Great! Megablast was terrific too, better than the Megablast Rap. Never liked Merlin - looked too much like some school bully! Beat Dat blew me away, but could never have impacted the Top 40 like the more commercial Beat Dis. A brill album. Might buy it again!