8 thoughts on Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force* Music By Planet Patrol - Planet Rock (Vinyl)

  1. Vudozuru   Sarr
    With John Robie playing keyboards and Baker producing, the duo teamed up with Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force to inject Teutonic funkiness into hip hop with the seminal hit "Planet Rock." The Energetics, reborn as the more suitably sci-fi PLANET PATROL, recorded "Play At Your Own Risk" the same night at Intergalactic Studios.
  2. Gromuro   Tojasar
    Planet Rock: The Album is an old school hip hop album by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force, released in as a collection of previous singles. The song " Planet Rock " was one of the earliest hits of the hip hop music genre and remains one of its pioneering recordings.
  3. Negore   Mezuru
    Mar 24,  · There is also a unofficial/bootleg knock-off orange label pressing, Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force* Music By Planet Patrol - Planet Rock, which has glossier center labels, but does not have the mastering info that is both stamped and etched into the runouts on this version as well the aforementioned orange label variant. /5(89).
  4. Brara   Mezigor
    Newcleus - Jam On It 8. Blazing Fureeman - Planet Dance 9. Afrika Bambaataa amp; The Soul Sonic Force - Planet Rock Planet Patrol - Play At Your Own Risk Chic - Good Times Rock Master Scott amp; The Dynamic Three - Request Line Rock Master Scott amp; The Dynamic Three - The Roof Is On Fire Rock Squad - Facts Of Life
  5. Grogis   Moogudal
    Rock rock to the Planet Rock, don't stop The Soul Sonic Force - Mr. Biggs, Pow Wow, and M.C. Globe new styles of music—hip-hop and electronic music—into a smash hit DJ Afrika Bambaataa.
  6. Vogrel   Shaktirg
    Sep 25,  · "Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force represented the new avant guard of Electronica when this record hit the street, roughly 30 years .
  7. Akinolar   Goshicage
    "Renegades of Funk" is a song written by Afrika Bambaataa, Arthur Baker, John Miller & John Robie and recorded by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force. Released in as a single on the Tommy Boy label, it was also included on the album Planet Rock: The Album.

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