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Thursday, January 31, 2008

HUDSON, Ronnie/DR DRE- West Coast Pop Lock


HUDSON, Ronnie/DR DRE- West Coast Pop Lock (Electro Eternal) Comentários: This latest Electro Eternal repress kicks off with Ronnie Hudson’s 1982 West Coast barbeque classic ‘West Coast Pop Lock’, originally an electro funk rework of Zapp’s ‘So Ruff So Tuff’ and of course latterly better known as the major basis of 2Pac’s ‘California Love’. A serious tune! The flipside is a whole new ball game, one of the early crucial examples of Dr. Dre’s turntable skills, this jam throwdown with the Unknown DJ originally appeared on Jam and Lewis’s Saturn Records. scratching 100 speakers is an all time breaker’s anthem, for a long time a frenzied over Ebay item so it comes as some relief to finally have it available for the masses. Touched by the magic hand of Daniel Sofer who appeared on all the classic early West Coast electro 12”s from Kid Frost’s ‘Terminator’ to the Wreckin’ Cru’s ‘Surgery’ – pretty essential! in boomkat [Para Ouvir/Samples1] [2]

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2 Comments:

Blogger Hug The DJ said...

funktasctic...

C:)

Thursday, 31 January, 2008  
Anonymous electriklife said...

são dois clássicos muito interessantes, funktastik killers 4 the dancefloor

Friday, 01 February, 2008  

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