Bomb The Bass debut gets re-issue treatment

Bomb The Bass exploded into the UK singles charts with their debut single 'Beat Dis' in February 1988, reaching number 2. Reputedly costing £500 to record Beat Dis was a record of the moment, marking the shift away from expensive recording studios to more homemade record making, utilising the increasingly affordable sampling technology that was at the heart of the band’s output. This much sought-after album now comes with several bonus tracks. Out on 15 February via Cherry Pop.

Tracklist: Beat Dis (Us 7 Mix) / Megablast Rap (Version) Featuring Merlin / On The Cut / Don T Make Me Wait / Dynamite Beats / Mega Blast (Hip Hop On Precinct 13) / Hey You! / Shake It / Say A Little Prayer / Beat Dat (Freestyle Scratch Mix) / Bonus Tracks- Beat Dis (Gangster Boogie inc. Remix) / Don’t Make Me Wait (Maximum Frequency Mix) / Megablast (Original Rap Featuring Merlin) / Say A Little Prayer (Get Down & Pray Mix)

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