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Major Lazer & La RouxLazerproof ... CD
Polydor, 2010. Used ... $19.99
(New Grooves, Hip Hop) CD
(Promotional release packaged in a slim sleeve.)

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✨✧ VariousBreakin' – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Polydor, 1984. Very Good- ... Just Sold Out!
The movie maybe a goofy, if undeniably amusing pop culture relic, but the Polydor soundtrack is a genuine win! This is an album that doubtlessly brought breakdance and old school hip hop culture into the eyes of middle America – but what helps it stand the test of time are some solid non-hip hop cuts like "Ain't Nobody" by Rufus & Chaka Khan, "Freakshow On The Dance Floor" by The Bar-Kays, the smooth club hit "99 1/2" by Carol Lynn Townes, "Body Work" by Hot Streak and produced by Jellybean. Also includes "Reckless" by The Glove featuring vocals by Ice T. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousBreakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo ... LP
Polydor, 1983. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This sequel to Breakin was pretty bad, with an even more tenuous relationship to hip hop, but the soundtrack was saved from total ruin by George Kranz "Din Daa Daa", that has gone on to be subsequently sampled, and is a pretty fat 80s dance track on its own. The rest of the LP has that mid-80's-breakdance-movie sound including Ollie & Jerry's "Electric Boogaloo." Also includes "Radiotron" & "Stylin, Profilin" by Firefox, "Gotta Have The Money" by Steve Donn, "Believe In The Beat" by Carol Lynn Townes, and "Oye Mamacita" by Rags & Riches. LP, Vinyl record album

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