Thursday, January 22, 2009

VA - K-Tel Breakdance
1984
Side One / Music for Breakdancing:
01 - Rockit - Herbie Hancock
02 - Wheels of Steel - Grandmaster Flash
03 - Tour De France - 10 Speed
04 - You're The One For Me - D Train
05 - Electric Kingdom - Twilight 22
06 - Pop Goes My Love - Freeez

Side Two / Break Music & Instructional Rap:
Electrick Shocks - Alex & The City Crew
Shock Waves - Alex & The City Crew
Rap-O-Tition - Alex & The City Crew
Scratch Walk - Alex & The City Crew
Shake Your Arm Up & Down with the Boogie Speed - Alex & The City Crew
Boogie Head - Alex & The City Crew
Let Electro Beat Make Your Body Move - Alex & The City Crew
Space Walk Action - Alex & The City Crew
Say What Say Who
Various - Electric Breakdance Label: K-Tel
1984 Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop Style: Electro, Breaks Notes: Distributed by Dominion Records, a division of K-Tel International, Inc.
Record comes with a poster on how to break dance.
Tracklisting:
A1 Newcleus Jam On It (7:54)
A2 Double Vision (3) Clock On The Wall (4:28)
A3 Whodini Magic's Wand (4:19)
A4 D-Train You're The One For Me (5:10) (NOT INCLUDED )
B1 Twilight 22 Electric Kingdom (3:59)
B2 Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel White Lines (Don't Don't Do It) (4:04)
B3 G.L.O.B.E. & Whiz Kid Play That Beat Mr. D.J. (5:09)
B4 B.T. & The City Slickers Rockit (3:53) (NOT INCLUDED)
B5 Run-DMC It's Like That (4:47)

26 comments:

Doctor Okeh said...

BREAKDANCE

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zlgn23mzzyi

ELECTRIC BREAKDANCE
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zlgn23mzzyi

ENJOY!!!

daniel said...

THANKS!!

BHM said...

Yo Doc...thanks for these! They bring back funny memories of the movies, as well as memories of Hip Hop / Rap being "fun". Damn shame this was close to the begining of the art form being "pimped" by masses!

flageolette said...

Hey Doc,thanks!

I was just about to post Breakdance & Electric Boogie Vol.3...

Cheers,

gerniee said...

Yessir!!! I bought this record, well.. my mom bought it for me when I was a kid (which I STILL have to this day) and I used to laugh my butt off when listening to side 2 of the 1st song. The guy is rapping and when he starts the line "This is a description of a breakdance, remember to practice when you get a chance. And then some day one way or another you'll dance just as good as me and my brother..." He gets soooooooo off beat and they DIDNT fix it!!! They left it to be pressed up and to be laughed at for the years to come!!! I also remember the poster inside showing you how to breakdance like the pros!!! Great record!!!!!!

Hafiz said...

thanks!

Doctor Okeh said...

my badd yall
Electric Breakdance
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?eo4t0enrjed
ENJOY!!!

Direct said...

I remember buying this joint from K-Mart. I still got the Vinyl, it's a little rufffed up though.

djandpete said...

thanks great

Darrius said...

hahahaha dang, i used to have this record. crazy!

Robert said...

man,that brings memories!!
Electric Breakdance is the first record I ever bought with my own money.I lost it but I bought another copy a few years back.
Thanks!!!

cheeba said...

o. shit. memory lane time. cheers!

Jon said...

thanks!

phyre said...

thnx drok

Kevin said...

This one seriously bring back memories of my childhood growing up in Peoria, Illinois. I used to have this record, and I hung the poster up in my bedroom. Me and my friends would gather in the backyard and practice our backspin on a piece of cardboard. Plus the tunes- Jam On It, It's Liek That, Electric Kingdom- true classics of the early hip-hop. Thanks so much for bringing back these memories.


Best, Kevin

http:/eclectic-grooves.blogspot.com

xvion said...

HELL YEAH BRING BACK CRAZY GREAT TIMES U REMEMBERS ROLLERSKATE TO THESE BEATS..YES I WAS YOUNG ONCE TOO

Bojan Marinovik said...

a giant thanks

Apani said...

Thank you for these classics Doc!

ezdridgex said...

DOC I'm in the mix like a blender man, thanks for keeping it coming. yo I have been trying to find these on mp3 (have the vinyl) but I'm looking for the "new york city breakers, big cash money makers" track!! know where to find?

tawantinsuyu said...

AHHH yeah One year to the day that this was posted! I remember in the early 90's I was after anything breakdance because it was nostalgic and a little ironic given the state of hip-hop, come to think of it I don't appreciate the irony (things like that give an image) of those days!

pipanda said...

wonderful. these 2 blow my mind

Smiggidy Smoov said...

Yo, my mom bought "Electric Breakdance" at Kmart when I was a kid. I still have it tape! Good lookin' on the post.

chekis80 said...

GRACIAS AMIGO POR SUBIR ESTE DISCO QUE FUE FABULOSO, EN MI NIÑEZ LO ESCUCHE A LA EDAD DE 4 AÑOS MI HERMANO LO COMPRO, MÚSICA PARA RECORDAR.

Chappy said...

Files are password protected. What are the passwords? Can't wait to hear these!!

Thanks in advance!

DeVulture said...

I had these on vinyl when they first came out in the 80's. 'Electric Breakdance' was one of the albums that I learn to scratch on. I ruined some tracks, but I still kept it. Thanks for posting these!

Phaota said...

Thanks for sharing "Breakdance". I just got the soundtrack vinyl to "Breakdance - You Can Do It" and converted/cleaned up all the songs to MP3 form. Oddly, it was missing "Shock Waves" and "Say What, Say Who?" by Alex And The City Crew. At least now I have a complete soundtrack album.