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Doin' Damage (expanded version)

CD (Item 488543) B-Boy, 1987 — Condition: Used
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A well-remembered set from JVC Force – a group who were maybe most notable at the time as being one of the best labelmates of Boogie Down Productions on B-Boy Records – and who should have been able to give the world a lot more music than they did, thanks to the strength of this album! At a time when so many of their obscure contemporaries were just hitting here and there with singles, JVC do a great job of serving up this full length album – very down to earth, and hard but nicely never trying too hard either – on cuts that include their classic "Strong Island", plus "You'll Like It Too", "Stylin' Lyrics", "Puppy Love", "The Force Is Buggin", "The Move", "Doin' Damage", "Nu Skool" and "The Force Is The Boss". Expanded version features bonus tracks – "We Got Our Own Thing", "Force Field (alternate mix)" and "Strong Island (blue mix)".  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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