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Street Sounds Crucial Electro 3 [VINYL]

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Street Sounds
  • ASIN: B000092BD9
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 485,533 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It was 1987 and for me The Electro series was my Teenage years in a nutshell. The Electro series was upto volume 16 and DM had taken up the challenge to provide us with upfront music that was not the mainstream. For me Crucial 3 was a bit of a surprise I never thought I would see the familiar artwork of the early electro's again and then suddenly there it was, Crucial 3 for me was a breath of fresh air it is mixed by the familar Herbie `Mastermind' Laidley but it sounds more refined than earlier volumes, its mixed beautifly but there are some better techiques being used. Full force appear on this Volume along with other tracks never featured on a street sounds compilation, it's a look back at the past with what was then an up to date flavour. A really good compilation that had elements of Electro 13. Just one tiny issue, the artwork, yes it looks like an Electro album but it doesn't look like a Crucial album. thankfully Crucial Electro 4 does have the correct artwork. All told, this is another master piece.

My personal highlight, "South Bronx" into "Girls ain't nothin but trouble" and my favorite track has to be "Running" by the Infomation Society.

Heres the track listing:

A1 Full Force ~ Alice Produced by Full Force, J.B Moore and Robert Ford

A2 Original Concept ~ Can You Feel It Produced by Concept and Rick Rubin

A3 Whistle ~ (Nothing Serious) Just Buggin' Produced by The Kangol Kid & Howie Tee

A4 Mantronix ~ Bassline Produced by Mantronik and M.C Tee

A5 Roxanne Shanté ~ Bite This Produced by Marley Marl

A6 D.ST. ~ Megamix II: Why Is It Fresh Produced by D.ST.
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