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    Frankie BonesAmerica In Black & White EP

    Label:Bellboy Records – BL047
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno

    Tracklist

    A1Try To Make Sense
    A2Its Good For America
    AA1Black & White (Chris Cowie Remix)
    RemixChris Cowie
    AA2Black & White
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    Re-Mastering for Hook-Bellboy Records.
    Written and produced for Sonic Groove Records New York.
    Published by Copyright Control.
    Made in the UK.
    Copyright Bellboy Records 2000.
    Worldwide Distribution by Intergroove.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 037082 000746
    • Matrix / Runout: 08 45150 20 1A1 BLO 47 Tim D.
    • Matrix / Runout: 08 45150 20 1B1 BLO 47

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    America In Black & White EP (12", White Label, EP, Stickered)Bellboy RecordsBL 047UK2000
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    America In Black & White EP (12", White Label, Test Pressing)Bellboy RecordsBL0 47UK2000

    Reviews

    • djclockwork's avatar
      djclockwork
      Edited one year ago
      What no love for Mr. Frankie Bones :-( . Seriously unless you have been living under a rock for 30+ years this is one of the godfathers of US techno. Fuck one of the godfathers of our entire scene. Im not talking about the pansy arse edm or whatever its called now-a-days. As Frankie states "Trying to make sense of all this" People need to get back to what this is all about. Its not fame, glory or any personal gain. This electronic movement was based on a much deeper concept of Peace Love Unity and Respect! The heart is here in the old school. Tracks like these are valuable tools for DJ's to move the crowd and bring a sense of love and unity to the dance floor.

      Long live the underground in other famous words " We are just like roaches"

      while this ep isn't as dirty as early Frankie choons it indeed still carries the love for music and the underground scene across america! Since the early days in the early 90's watching him work magic on 6 decks and continuing to follow/be inspired by him over the decades I can say this is one man that has stayed true to the game from day one! Long live Frankie a legend. Still going strong for 30+ years