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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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-14 Sep 2008 ... Their son, Joey Robinson, was a member of another rap act, West Street Mob. Her grandson Darnell Robinson's $297750 fifteenth birthday party ...+*Electric Boogie" (West Street Mob, 1984), "I'm in Love" (Evelyn "Champagne" ...
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-Boogie (genre) - The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia+
-6 Aug 2010... "Don't Make Me Wait" (Peech Boys, 1981), "Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie" (West Street Mob, 1984), "I'm in Love" (Evelyn "Champagne" ...+
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-23 Jul 2008 ... Early examples of this practice include the West Street Mob's - Break Dance (Electric Boogie) (1983) (which used the "Apache" break by the ...+
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-The Building Blocks of Boogie - The Art and Popular Culture ...+
-1 Apr 2008... was completed (Extra T's 'E.T Boogie', West Street Mob 'Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie', Man Parrish 'Boogie Down (Bronx)' etc). ...+
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-The SOS Band - The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia+
-6 Aug 2010... 1981), "Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie" (West Street Mob, 1984), "I'm in Love" (Evelyn "Champagne" King, 1981) or "You're the One for ...+
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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)".

  • Electric Boogie" (West Street Mob, 1984), "I'm in Love" (Evelyn "Champagne" ...




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