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West Street Mob, formed in New York, USA, in the late 70s, were one of the less celebrated of Sugarhill Records' acts, despite the fact that Sugarhill owners Joe and Sylvia Robinson's son, Joey Jnr., was once a member. Their most significant release was 1983's electro classic "Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie", a version of the Incredible Bongo Band's interpretation of the Shadows' "Apache". This "break" had long been a staple of the scratch mix DJs within the hip-hop community, and… read more

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  • Avatar for DerManiak
    "Make noise, be seen, party people let me hear you scream..OW! "
  • Avatar for keiteltheone
    i like the west street mob i have there album sitting on my dresser right now they only made one i bought it back in the 80's however i lost it but re bought it on amazon
  • Avatar for pasteldenata
    My first record at the age of 8 back in the eighties... pure sugar!!!
  • Avatar for scofo76
    I can't stop is my fave!
  • Avatar for erikdardan
    They win the prize for the greatest variety of mistags for one song.

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