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Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s - Ego Tripping / Funky Potion FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Ego Tripping 5:28
A2 Ego Bits 2:07
B1 Funky Potion 5:31
B2 Funky Extension 4:30

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Next Plateau Records, Inc.
  • Produced For – Ultramagnetic Productions
  • Produced For – Get Ahead Productions
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Next Plateau Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Next Plateau Records, Inc.
  • Published By – STM Music Inc.
  • Published By – Ultra Magnetic Music

Credits

  • Engineer – Billy Thomson
  • Producer, Mixed By – The Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s*
  • Written-By – Miller*, Thornton*, Smith*

Notes

Track durations stated on labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): NP 50051 A SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): NP 50051 B SS
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RRJY-8001 Ultramagnetic Mc's Ego Trippin' / Funky Potion ‎(12", RE) Next Plateau Entertainment RRJY-8001 Japan 1997
NP 50051 Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s* Ego Tripping / Funky Potion ‎(12", Promo) Next Plateau Records Inc. NP 50051 US 1986
NP 50051 Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s* Ego Tripping / Funky Potion ‎(12", RE) Next Plateau Records Inc. NP 50051 US 2005
NP 50051 Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s* Ego Tripping / Funky Potion ‎(12", TP) Next Plateau Records Inc. NP 50051 US 1986


Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s - Ego Tripping / Funky Potion FLAC album

Musician performer: Ultra Magnetic M.C.'s

Title: Ego Tripping / Funky Potion

Country: Japan

Date of release: 1986

Genre: Hip hop

Size FLAC: 1304 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 100

Other Formats: AHX TTA MP3 AUD XM MOD AA

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olgasmile
Top record which did stand out not only for the heavy drum break but for the rhymes which were unusual and stood out back then. Any fans needed this record on 12" back then as when the album dropped , it cut the record in 2 and you lost Keith's weird non-rhyming verse. This wasnt actually the 1st rap record to loop a break beat as Kurtis Blow's If I ruled the world already had a trouble funk break used in it the year before.
olgasmile
Top record which did stand out not only for the heavy drum break but for the rhymes which were unusual and stood out back then. Any fans needed this record on 12" back then as when the album dropped , it cut the record in 2 and you lost Keith's weird non-rhyming verse. This wasnt actually the 1st rap record to loop a break beat as Kurtis Blow's If I ruled the world already had a trouble funk break used in it the year before.
Cae
Boy do I remember when this record dropped! And what a great time for hip hop this was. Also brand new at this time was Eric B. & Rakim's "Eric B. For President" and Boogie Down Production's "South Bronx", and Biz Markie's "Make The Music With Your Mouth, Biz" was just a week or two away. The Radio was never the same. "Ego Tripping" in particular stands out the most to me. At this time, it was the first rap record to actually sample the breakbeat in it's entirety. Marley would use the SP1200 on "The Bridge" and "Eric B' For President" before this record, but he didn't loop the breakbeat, but rather reconstruct them, which was also mind blowing. Ced-Gee used the SP12 in a different way. He also chopped up the "Substitution" break, but inserted bits and pieces mainly throughout the hook. When Keith and Ced were rhyming, it was a straight up loop, and this was the first time on wax for that. Marley Marl and Ced-Gee were the only ones in 1986 who used the SP1200 drum machine, and they definately started the next phase of hip hop. Now rappers would not rely solely on drum machine beats for their records, like a linn drum, or a roland 808. Rappers were now turning into crate diggers, looking for a new loop or sample for their records. With every Marley Marl produced record, or Ultramagnetic record, producers had to step up their game. This IS my favorite rap record from 1986, and absolutely should be in every old school rap fan's collection!
Cae
Boy do I remember when this record dropped! And what a great time for hip hop this was. Also brand new at this time was Eric B. & Rakim's "Eric B. For President" and Boogie Down Production's "South Bronx", and Biz Markie's "Make The Music With Your Mouth, Biz" was just a week or two away. The Radio was never the same. "Ego Tripping" in particular stands out the most to me. At this time, it was the first rap record to actually sample the breakbeat in it's entirety. Marley would use the SP1200 on "The Bridge" and "Eric B' For President" before this record, but he didn't loop the breakbeat, but rather reconstruct them, which was also mind blowing. Ced-Gee used the SP12 in a different way. He also chopped up the "Substitution" break, but inserted bits and pieces mainly throughout the hook. When Keith and Ced were rhyming, it was a straight up loop, and this was the first time on wax for that. Marley Marl and Ced-Gee were the only ones in 1986 who used the SP1200 drum machine, and they definately started the next phase of hip hop. Now rappers would not rely solely on drum machine beats for their records, like a linn drum, or a roland 808. Rappers were now turning into crate diggers, looking for a new loop or sample for their records. With every Marley Marl produced record, or Ultramagnetic record, producers had to step up their game. This IS my favorite rap record from 1986, and absolutely should be in every old school rap fan's collection!
Best West
This record has been reissued in 2005, the way to tell the difference between the original and the reissue is by looking at the inner circle on the label, this version's inner circle only touches the A at the top of the circle and only just touches the top of the IPPI at the bottom the reissue's Inner circle touches the bottom of the MA at the top and covers the whole of the IPPI at the bottom.
Best West
This record has been reissued in 2005, the way to tell the difference between the original and the reissue is by looking at the inner circle on the label, this version's inner circle only touches the A at the top of the circle and only just touches the top of the IPPI at the bottom the reissue's Inner circle touches the bottom of the MA at the top and covers the whole of the IPPI at the bottom.