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Diamond 2 Crew - Prophecy (Breaker's Theme) mp3 download

Diamond 2 Crew - Prophecy (Breaker's Theme) mp3 download Performer: Diamond 2 Crew
Album: Prophecy (Breaker's Theme)
Country: US
Released: 1985
Style: Electro
Size MP3: 1276 mb.
Size FLAC: 1374 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 115
Other Formats: AU MPC MP1 VOC AC3 TTA AHX



Groups Early Electro Rap . WANTED - Diamond 2 Crew 12" or WAVs/mp3s etc. Started by PlacidZones over 3 years ago, 7 replies. This is an extremely rare record admittedly.

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Tracklist

A1 Prophecy (Breaker's Theme) (Vocal) 4:14
A2 Prophecy (Breaker's Theme) (Instrumental) 4:14
B Hip Hop, Dance Rock (Scratch Version) 6:01

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Audio Sound Dimension Records
  • Copyright (c) – Audio Sound Dimension Records
  • Produced At – Reel Platinum
  • Engineered At – Reel Platinum
  • Published By – Jubo Music

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By, Engineer, Other [Symphony] – Allecca*, Hernandez*
  • Rap – Cut Master Doctor TMD, Vic The Quick
  • Scratches – Grand Jammer Kid Fresh
  • Written-By – Julian Hernandez, Michael Roman

Notes

Audio Sound Dimension Records
Jubo Music (ASCAP) © ℗ 1985

On Side A it says Vocal & Instrumental Version and only one duration of 8:28, in fact this is the duration for both tracks on side A! both tracks have exactly the same duration!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TR-520708 Diamond 2 Crew Prophecy (Breaker's Theme) ‎(2xAcetate, 12", S/Sided) ASD Records TR-520708 US 1985
TR-520708 Diamond 2 Crew Prophecy ‎(2xAcetate, 12", S/Sided) ASD Records TR-520708 US 1985


I totally disagree with the comment made by kramtronix. First, many inventive records, of great impact and significance today, were discarded, neglected and thrown in the trash away in the past, this in any musical genre.We can never expect a musical style like Electro to be revered by a crowd. Electro is for few because of its complexity; the style is singular, deep and airtight; It is easier and more understandable to attempt to ridicule him or ignore his existence in the vast field of Hip-Hop's musical universe.In fact, the day dee jays, collectors and emcees from around the world turned their attention to the early electro scene, for the beginnings of hip-hop, they will forget the bad music they consume today. This Electro Rap scene from 1984-1985 has a special flavor for me. Watch the melodies of the track "The Prophecy" and the development of the verses elaborated by the emcees: who does something like this today? Obviously, the taste of music is personal. However, in my modest opinion, the electro was never the same after 1986.Cheers,Rodrigo - Brazil.
kramtronix this record is absolutely a masterpiece!
This is one of the worst Hip-Hop records ever. I'd give it a zero rating if possible. People, please stop paying insane prices for these garbage records that most DJs in the US threw in a dumpster.
plz, give a cigare at this one! if possible he rated it 0 so if possible i estimate no price for this monster
Definately one of the really best melody/electro Rap records ever released. A perfect fusion of boombastic beatz, extremely nice melodies....and a super fresh Rap. Really a perfect record. The youtube link added to this contribution is the b-side, of course the a-side is 100 x better, but the b-side is also fresh....also this record is really rare, so watch out!!!! peace Fab