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New Curtis Mayfield & Ice TSuperfly 1990 (Mantronix rmx, Fly mix, Fly mix edit, New Jack Swing rmx, Fly mix inst, Mantronix inst) ... 12-inch
Capitol, 1990. Sealed (pic cover).... $2.99
A remake of Superfly – lifted from the soundtrack to Return Of Superfly. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
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Tricky TeeLeave It To The Drums (club, dub, radio)/I've Got It Good (club, rmx, radio) ... 12-inch
Sleeping Bag, 1986. Near Mint- (pic cover).... $5.99
Mantronix influenced production by Third Bass producer (and Mo' Wax artist) Sam Sever. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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New Just-IceCold Getting Dumb II (voc, radio)/Original Cold Getting Dumb (voc, radio) ... 12-inch
Fresh, 1987. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of our favorite Just-Ice tracks which features classic spare production by Mantronix at the height of his skills, and 6 and 1/2 minutes of completely different lyrics. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a stickered sleeve.)

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New Just-IcePut That Record Back On (voc, inst)/Latoya/That Girl Is A Slut ... 12-inch
Fresh, 1986. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This is Just-Ice's first single, with a track that didn't make it to the LP, plus the original version of "Latoya" that's better than the LP version. "Put That Record Back On" is the cut here, with classic Mantronix production, from around the same time as his other big singles. And all the cuts include a whole lot of nice beat boxing from the Human DMX. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Original pressing in a Fresh sleeve, with a cut corner.)

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New 7A37A3 Will Rock You (bulletproof mix, edit, inst) ... 12-inch
Macola, 1987. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Their first single on the independent Macola label. What's notable about this single is that one of the members later went on to fame and fortune as Muggs of Cypress Hill. (Useless trivia: If we remember right, the name of the group was their apartment number in Brooklyn before they moved to LA.) We'd guess he might want to forget about this one – the production sounds like a low-budget imitation of Mantronix plus it uses the chorus from Queen's "We Will Rock You" and has a heavy metal guitar solo, along the line of Run-DMC's "Walk This Way" and uses a couple samples from the Beastie's "Slow and Low." Good for a laugh, and must-have for Cypress completists. 12-inch, Vinyl record