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Put That Record Back On (voc, inst)/Latoya/That Girl Is A Slut

12-inch (Item 21064) Fresh, 1986 — Condition: Used
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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. (Original pressing in a Fresh sleeve.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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