Boogie Boys – Zodiac

Capitol Records (US) [V-8578] 1984 Following the success of ‘Rappin’ Aint No Thing’, the Boogie Boys became hot property on the Manhattan club scene and they eventually landed a deal with Capitol Records. The group’s first release on a major label was Zodiac/Breakdancer produced by Ted Currier and led to an album deal. Unfortunately, following the single, Kool Ski left […]

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K-9 Corp – Dog Talk

Label: Capitol RecordsReleased: 1983Format: 12″Country of Origin: US Classic slice of electro rap as featured on Street Sounds Electro 1 and featuring Pretty C. The track samples was produced by George Clinton & Archie Ivy and was actually recorded in the same studio and on the same day as Clinton’s ‘Nubian Nut’. It also sampled ‘Atomic Dog’ and is backed with his […]

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Project Future – Ray-gun-omics

Capitol Records (US) [8555] 1983 Classic vocoder electro about hard times in the 1980’s with high taxation and high inflation released at the early part of Ronald Raegan’s presidential career (Raeganomics). The track was written and produced by Rahni Harris & keyboardist David Spradley with help from David Sandridge from the soul group Dayton and Ted Currier. This appeared on […]

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