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Hardrock Soul Movement - Do It Any Way You Wanna MP3 FLAC

Hardrock Soul Movement - Do It Any Way You Wanna MP3 FLAC
Performer:
Hardrock Soul Movement
Album:
Do It Any Way You Wanna
Style:
Electro
Released:
1985
Country:
UK
Label:
Elite
Catalog:
DAZZ 43
FLAC size:
2318 mb
MP3 size:
1661 mb
WMA size:
2857 mb


Tracklist


1Hardrock Throwdown (Instrumental)
2Hardrock Throwdown
3Do It Any Way You Wanna (Jam, Jam, Jam)
4Do It Any Way You Wanna (The Diamond Mix)


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DAZZ 43Hardrock Soul Movement Do It Any Way You Wanna ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)EliteDAZZ 43UK1985
DAZZ 43Hardrock Soul Movement Do It Any Way You Wanna ‎(12", TP)EliteDAZZ 43UK1985


Credits


  • EngineerChris Madden
  • ProducerDave V.J., Max L.X.
  • Written-ByD. Morrissey (tracks: A2, B1, B2), Frank Brunson (tracks: A), G. Smith (tracks: A2, B1, B2), Leon Huff (tracks: A)


Notes


A1. Mighty Tree Music
A2. B. Crab Lake Music
℗ 1985

Track B2 is not mentioned on release.


Companies


  • Record Company – The Madhouse
  • Mixed At – The Madhouse
  • Published By – Mighty Three Music
  • Published By – Crab Lake Music


Video


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Do It Any Way You Wanna (The Diamond Mix) is the track to aim for on here for those that enjoy all things hardcore, rawer than a concrete slab across the jaw, relentless scratching, DMX thrashing and scratched synth stab effects. Only for the B-Boys/B-Girls.

Besides the producers themselves, Max LX and Dave VJ. There's a renowned former pirate radio DJ from the 1980s who played this lots - he goes by the name of T.I.M. and he's from the 'West' side neck of those 'Woods'. Other notable DJs who thrashed this were Colin Faver (R.I.P.) in his pirate radio days on his Kiss FM mega mix shows. The days when Kiss FM played half decent music before it pandered to the mainstream crapola. And of course, one of the UK's original B-Boy, Hip Hop/Electro DJs / come hip hop / classic house producers (Grandmaster) Richie Rich.

Who's up for a pre-hardcore, pre-acid house, UK underground pirate radio essential played tracks compilation? Most of Hardrock Soul Movement's tracks would be included surely?