Deuce (Kurtis Blow album). Deuce is rapper Kurtis Blow's second album, released in 1981. It peaked at on the R&B charts, and on the Billboard 200.
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Deuce (Kurtis Blow album). Track listing. Deuce" (Kurtis Blow) - 5:31. It's Gettin' Hot" (Robert Ford, J. . Getaway" (Jimmy Bralower, Ford, J. Moore, Dean Swenson) - 6:58. Starlife" (Blow, Moore, Larry Smith, William Whiting) - 5:20. Take It to the Bridge" - 4:11. Do the Do" (Blow, Bralower, Seth Glassman, Russell Simmons, Moore) - 3:03
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Some of the funkiest and freshest tracks in my collection are on this LP. Just soooo funkayyyyy. An excellent album that truly sounds fantastic on vinyl. Everything is just poppin. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 114/114 BPM).
Consumer Guide Album. Kurtis Blow: Deuce It's hard to believe six different social observers collaborated on these raps-"Take It to the Bridge," the throwaway boast, is more meaningful than "Starlife," the wishful single-and Kurtis's natural singsong makes me grind my teeth. But the light, spare, clean, catchy, inauthentic funk rings my bell-every cut, every time.
Kurtis Blow is the self-titled debut album by American rapper Kurtis Blow. It was released in 1980 by Mercury Records. The record includes the song "The Breaks", which was often sampled later in hip-hop records, mainly for its introduction made by Blow's a cappella vocal, and for the drum break, giving a wordplay dimension to the title. Rappin' Blow, Pt. 2" was issued as a single that had a do-it-yourself B-side, the instrumental version. Takin' Care of Business" is one of the first hip hop and rock ’n’ roll crossover attempts.
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