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Various - Def Beats 1 Album

Various - Def Beats 1 Album
Performer: Various
Title: Def Beats 1
Country: UK
Genre: Hip-Hop
Style:Hardcore
Released: 1987
Catalog Number: MODEF 1
Label: Music Of Life
MP3 album: 2126 mb
FLAC album: 1665 mb
TrackList
1The Microphone Prince Featuring Count Busy 'D'Who's The Captain
Mixed By – Eli Turbo, Red AlertProducer – R Mind SeedWritten-By – The Turnout Brothers
2Nomis SirrahPowerplay Megamix
Producer – Simon Harris
3Father MCMy Beat
Producer – Tony Arfi
4Bluz BrozBluz Broz
Producer – Ivan Rodriguez
5Dana DaneDelancey Street
Mixed By – Hurby, Steve EttProducer – Hurby Luv Bug
6Sparky DSparky's In The Place
Producer – Duane Hughes
7Derek BRock The Beat
Producer – Derek B, Simon Harris
8Vicious Rumor ClubWhole Lotta Love (U.S. Sunnyview Mix)
Producer – Questar Welsh, Ron Sorice
9Beware AffairDef Beat
Producer – Tony Arfi
10Spyder DMy Whole Life (Flashed Before My Eyes)
Producer – Duane Hughes
Versions
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MODEF 1CVarious Def Beats 1 ‎(Cass, Comp)Music Of LifeMODEF 1CUK1987
MODEF 1Various Def Beats 1 ‎(LP, Comp, Promo, W/Lbl)Music Of LifeMODEF 1UK1987
Credits
  • DesignChris Barnado
  • Edited BySimon Harris
Notes
Printed on label it states track A5 as: 'Whole Lotta Love (Original US Version)'.

On the sleeve the producers for track B4 are wrongly credited as "The Dynamic Duo" (but this maybe / possibly be an alias for Simon Harris & Derek Boland).

"TEN NON-STOP FULL LENGTH 12" MIXES"
"HARDCORE HIP-HOP FRESH OUT OF NEW YORK CITY"

Made in England.
Companies
  • Distributed By – Pinnacle
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music Of Life Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Music Of Life Publishing
  • Published By – Protoons, Inc.
  • Published By – Turnout Bros. Music
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
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Reviews: (1)
RuTGamer
RuTGamer
This release for me is all about Def Beat - Beware Affair - it's got that big fat live hip hop guitar sound that I loved from Run DMC (Rockbox) and Kool Moe Dee (The Best) and Public Enemy (Sophisticated) that never really sounded the same post 1987 when sampling became the norm.