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Gee Street (The Album)


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Various - Gee Street (The Album) album download

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The pioneer of 20th-century American beatboxing, Fresh is able to accurately imitate drum machines and various special effects using only his mouth, lips, gums, throat, tongue and a microphone. In 1993, Doug E. Fresh found a new home at Island Records-affiliated label Gee Street. However, he only released one single containing three songs: "I-ight (Alright)" (the main track), "Bounce" and "Freaks" I-iiiiight?") was slated to become the first major hit for Doug E. Fresh in five years, it was almost immediately overshadowed by "Freaks", a dancehall tune beatboxed entirely by Doug E. Fresh and vocalized mainly by his protégé, a Brooklyn-born Jamaic.

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Gee Street Records was a British hip hop record label started by Jon Baker in 1985. The label's name came from its original location, a converted warehouse on Gee Street in London. Between 1980 and 1984, label head Baker lived in New York City. After returning to London in 1984, Baker became a hip hop promoter. In 1985, Baker opened Gee Street records and began releasing white-label dance and hip hop records. Many of these broke new ground. The label developed a roster of prominent domestic UK acts, including DJ Richie Rich, Outlaw Posse, and Stereo MC's, and US acts, including .

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Between Gravediggaz first album, 6 Feet Deep, and the second, The Pick, the Sickle and the Shovel, RZA became the most influential producer in hip-hop, as his productions for the various Wu-Tang Clan side projects established his distinctive, skeletal style as rap's cutting edge. So, it's a little surprising that The Pick doesn't showcase RZA, even though there are several tangential Wu members on the disc  . Unlike its predecessor, it's an album that reflects its creators' intelligence.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gold Top* My Introduction
Written-By – N. Hallam*, P. O'Kane*, R. Birch*
A2 Richie Rich My DJ (Pump It Up Some)
Written-By – R. Morgan*
A3 The Jungle Brothers* Black Is Black (Ultimatum Reconstruction)
Remix – UltimatumWritten-By – M. Small*, P. Hall*, N. Hallam*, R. Birch*
A4 The Outlaw Posse* Dat Soul
Written-By – I. Bellow*, C. Gordon*
A5 Rumble And Strong Crazy Jam
Written By – D. MorganWritten-By – J. Charbonneau
A6 E.M.C. Bad Stuff
Written-By – E. McDonald
A7 Choice MCs* This Is The B Side
Written-By – K. Owens*, M. Humes*, P. Marriott*, P. Fragione*
B1 Stereo MCs* What Is Soul?
Written-By – N. Hallam*, R.Birch*
B2 Richie Rich Meets Jungle Brothers I'll House You
Written-By – M. Small*, M. Hall*, T. Terry*
B3 T.G.G. Sheriff Deep End
Written By – R. HarrisWritten-By – N. Hallam*, R.Birch*
B4 Queen Latifah Princess Of The Posse
Remix – UltimatumWritten-By – C. Marcher*, D. Owens*, M. James*, N. Hallam*, R.Birch*
B5 Richie Rich Rockin On The Go Go Scene
Written-By – R. Morgan*
B6 Queen Latifah Inside Out
Written-By – D. Owens*, M. James*
B7 The Jungle Brothers* I'm Gonna Do You
Written-By – M. Small*, P. Hall*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fiction Songs
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – P. O'Kane
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fiction Songs Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PN Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tet Publishing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gee Street Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tonk Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Prodisc Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rap City Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warlock Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Idlers
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tommy Boy Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner/Chappell
  • Copyright (c) – Gee Street Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Gee Street Records
  • Copyright (c) – Warlock Records
  • Copyright (c) – Champion Music
  • Copyright (c) – Tommy Boy Records


Track B4 is actually the Ultimatum remix of Princess of the Posse.

Track 1
© 1988 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1988 Fiction Songs / P. O'Kane

Track 2
© 1988 Fiction Songs Ltd.
℗ 1988 Gee Street Recordings

Track 3
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1988 Gee Street Recordings
℗ P.N. Ltd

Track 4
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Gee Street Recordings

Track 5
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Tet Publishing / Gee Street Music
℗ 1989 Gee Street Recordings

Track 6
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Gee Street Music

Track 7
© Gee Street Records
℗ Warlock Records
℗ Tonk Music / Prodisc Music / Rap City Music (BMI)

Track 8
© Gee Street Records
℗ Island Records
© Fiction Songs

Track 9
© Warlock Records Inc / Idlers
℗ 1988 P N Ltd / Champion Music
℗ Gee Street Records

Track 10
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Gee Street Recordings

Track 11
© 1989 Gee Street Records
© 1989 Tommy Boy Records
℗ 1989 Tommy Boy Music

Track 12
© 1989 Gee Street Recordings
℗ 1989 Fiction Songs / Warner Chappell
℗ 1989 Gee Street Records

Track 13
℗ 1989 Gee Street Records
℗ 1989 Tommy Boy Music
© 1989 Tommy Boy Records

Track 14
© Warlock Records Inc / Idlers
℗ 1988 P N Ltd / Champion Music
℗ 1988 Gee Street Recordings

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 017640 430048
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5017640430048

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GEECD4, 510 051-2 Various Gee Street (The Album) ‎(CD, Album, Comp) Gee Street, Gee Street GEECD4, 510 051-2 UK 1988
GEE A4 Various Gee Street (The Album)/Crazy Jam ‎(LP, Comp) Gee Street GEE A4 UK 1988
GEE-A-4, GEE A-4 Various Gee Street The Album ‎(LP, Comp, W/Lbl, Sti) Gee Street, Gee Street GEE-A-4, GEE A-4 UK 1988
GEE A4 Various Gee Street (The Album) ‎(LP, Comp) Gee Street GEE A4 UK 1988

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