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Beat Street - Soundtrack VA (180g Vinyl LP)

Beat Street - Soundtrack VA (180g Vinyl LP)
Product Code: Beat Street - Soundtrack VA (180g Vinyl LP)
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Beat Street: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Various Artists (180g Vinyl LP) Music on Vinyl

Beat Street: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Various Artists on 180g LP

The classic 1984 major motion picture Beat Street centered around the New York City hip hop culture of the early 1980s while the film's integral soundtrack was produced by the legendary Harry Belafonte and helped not only jumpstart the rap, breakdance and freestyle movements but the careers of many of its pioneering artists like Afrika Bambaataa, Grandmaster Melle Mel and Arthur Baker as well.

The film and soundtrack take you back to the early-80s when breakdancing and freestyle music was becoming a phenomenon not to mention very influential on radio and popular culture. Featuring the brilliant lead off track "Beat Street Breakdown" by old school greats Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five, "Frantic Situation" by Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic ForceJuicy and Eumir Deodato's "Beat Street Strut" and the powerful Cuban balladry of Ruben Blades on "Tu Carino/Carmen's Theme."

1. Beat Street Breakdown - Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five
2. Baptize the Beat - The System
3. Strangers In A Strange World (Love theme from Beat Street) - Jenny Burton & Patrick Jude
4. Frantic Situation - Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force
5. Beat Street Strut - Juicy w/ Deodato
6. Us Girls - Sharon Green, Lisa Counts, Debbie D
7. This Could Be the Night - Cindy Mizelle
8. Breaker's Revenge - Arthur Baker
9. Tu Carino / Carmen's Theme - Ruben Blades

 

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