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[[West Street Mob]] was a group on the [[Sugar Hill]] Records label, made a song which interpolated parts of the "[[Apache]]" song by the [[Incredible Bongo Band]]; this song was called "[[Break Dance (Electric Boogie)]]". [[West Street Mob]] was a group on the [[Sugar Hill]] Records label, made a song which interpolated parts of the "[[Apache]]" song by the [[Incredible Bongo Band]]; this song was called "[[Break Dance (Electric Boogie)]]".
==See also== ==See also==
-*Electric Boogie" (West Street Mob, 1984)+* "[[Electric Boogie]]" (West Street Mob, 1984)
- +* [[Break (music)]]
 +* [[Apache (instrumental)]]
 +* [[Electro Beatbox]]
 +* [[Boogie (genre)]]
 +* [[Street Sounds Electro 1]]
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West Street Mob was a group on the Sugar Hill Records label, made a song which interpolated parts of the "Apache" song by the Incredible Bongo Band; this song was called "Break Dance (Electric Boogie)".

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