C-Jam & Kid Frost – Commando Rock

Baja Records (US) [B-52] 1984 Another classic West Coast electro track, this time courtesy of C-Jam and Kid Frost featuring Dr. Rock, formerly a DJ for the World Class Wreckin Cru before they ventured into recording, and The 3 C’s. Production is by Allen Perada aka Lefty and David Storrs aka The Alien Wizard. Side A Commando Rock (Battle Mix) […]

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Family Four – Rap Attack

Tyson Records (US) [No cat #] 1980 Following the release of “Family Rap”, Mike C and Toney Tone are joined by Kid K.C. and Kid Vicious B.J. to form the Family Four. There are a few variations for this release which are pictured below, all of which play the same on both sides. The original release is the one pictured […]

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DJ Afrika Bambaataa – Death Mix – Live!!

Paul Winley Records (US) [12X33-10] 1983 Kevin Donovan aka Afrika Bambaataa was a former member of┬áthe Bronx street gang, The Black Spades. He earned a trip to Africa as a result of winning an essay competition and was extremely impressed with the sense of community in the towns he visited. He was also a huge fan of the film Zulu […]

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G-Force – Feel The Force

SMI (US) [SM-12-4061] 1983 Great release from G-Force and one that helped kick start the whole Street Sounds Electro series of albums. The track was produced by and featured Ronnie Gee of Raptivity fame and 70’s disco producer Will Crittendon aka Captain Cee who had his own Willpower Records as a subsiduary of S.M.I. There are a two variations for […]

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Family – Family Rap

Sound Of New York (US) [702] 1979 This is the one and only release by Family aka (Mighty) Mike C & Toney Tone and like other tracks by the likes of Scoopy and Spoonie Gee, utilizes Cloud One’s “Patty Duke”. The track features production from Peter Brown. The track lengths are incorrectly printed as 10:00 minutes but they are actually […]

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