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Looking For The Perfect Beat Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Arthur Baker, John Robie Written-By – A. Baker*, J. Robie* A3 – Planet Patrol: Play At Your Own Risk Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Arthur Baker Written-By – A. Baker*, J. Robie* B1 – Planet Patrol: Rock At Your Own Risk/5(57). Looking For The Perfect Beat is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts. Nov 22,  · Looking For The Perfect Beat (12" Vocal Version) (Remastered) · Afrika Bambaataa · The Soulsonic Force The Tommy Boy Story, Vol. 1 (Digital Version) ℗ Tommy Boy Music.

Feb 04,  · Provided to YouTube by Tommy Boy Music, LLC Looking For The Perfect Beat · Afrika Bambaataa · The Soulsonic Force Planet Rock - The Album ℗ Tommy Boy Music Lead Vocals: Afrika Bambaataa. "Looking for the Perfect Beat" is a song by Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force. The song was produced by Arthur Baker and John Robie and was the follow-up track for the group following "Planet Rock".The track took much longer to develop than "Planet Rock" with Baker experimenting with cocaine and the pressure involved with creating a follow-up single. "Hit That Perfect Beat" is a single from the British synthpop trio Bronski Beat and appeared on their album Truthdare Doubledare. It became a popular dance hit and reached number three in the UK charts in January and reached the top ten in many European countries and across the world. I have a few records that I really, really treasure, like my repress of ‘Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing’.Certain records that friends have given me have meaning. Some records I have are marked by the former owners – classic Chicago clubs and DJs – and there’s a sentimental connection to them, but I largely see records as transient things that I will probably eventually lose or destroy. Dec 08,  · Watch Looking for the Perfect Beat-HD - Yndalecio Perez on Dailymotion. Looking For The Perfect Beat by stillmuzik, released 04 June 1. Koolade "The Expo" 2. Somepling "WingSide Mind" 3. Beus Bengal "G13 Amnesia" 4. Illingsworth "hands" 5. Sacha Di Manolo "Honk World War" 6. Handbook "Pure Emptiness" 7. Biof "Pushing Buttons" (Cuts By Sacha Di Manolo) 8.


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9 thoughts on “ Untitled - Zagu Brown - Looking For The Perfect Beat (CDr)

  1. Get this from a library! Rap: looking for the perfect beat. [Melle Mel.; Susan Shaw; Melvyn Bragg; Afrika Bambaataa; Nelson George; Gil Scott-Heron; Ice Cube, (Musician); Snoop Dogg; London Weekend Television (Firm); UTITV (Firm); Films for the Humanities (Firm);] -- This program featuring rap-master Melle Mel describes the history of rap and hip-hop from its roots in earlier oral and musical.
  2. Looking For The Perfect Beat Volume 4 by stillmuzik, released 17 October 1. Lord Loopitah - Razor rock rythm 2. Mejiwahn - Old Friend 3. Bluestaeb - Raprestent 4. End2end Beats - Here comes the drama 5. ∆ywee - Patience 6. Santo - Shuffle 7. Amadeo 85 - Easy rider 8. JVyKID - Brtz moovmnt 9. Wild Mofo - Feeling no pain Tismé - VolaTisme
  3. Feb 04,  · Provided to YouTube by Tommy Boy Music, LLC Looking For The Perfect Beat · Afrika Bambaataa · The Soulsonic Force Planet Rock - The Album ℗ Tommy Boy Music Lead Vocals: Afrika Bambaataa.
  4. The BBC artist page for Zagu Zar. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Zagu Zar interviews.
  5. Picture Perfect (Remix) Lyrics: Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh / Picture Perfect, Hurricane Chris, Bow Weezy / Chris Brown, remix, go / You might've seen her on every cover / Of every magazine but can't.
  6. The amazing double-punch of "Planet Rock" and "Looking for the Perfect Beat" serve as the centerpiece of this disc, while "Zulu Nation Throwdown" sits as a perfect opening track, in its time initiating a back-to-roots aesthetic that was years ahead of the Afrocentric rap explosion of the late '80s.

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