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the most famous scratch

Postby topp32 » Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:07 pm

I was and still am a big time U.T.F.O fan.. had/have every tape/cd that came out.. I think.. anyways.. Mixmaster Ice used the most famous scatch ever out there "aaaahhhhh" does anyone know where that originated from? Was Mixmaster Ice the one who created it? Also what happened to Full Force? I know there still in the industry but do they still tour as well?
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby rokhead » Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:09 pm

its from change the beat by fab five freddy
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby dankdaddy » Tue Dec 30, 2008 3:33 pm

rokhead wrote:its from change the beat by fab five freddy



Actually,its the B-side to that 12" with the female rapping instead of fab 5 freddy.

I recall it being titled "Fab 5 Betty - change the beat"

(that is,if you are looking for an mp3,the fab 5 freddy version won't have that "ahhh" scratch. It will be the female version on the B side of the 12")
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby topp32 » Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:36 pm

See now that is some serious Old School knowledge...thanks
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby ~J~C~O))) » Wed Dec 31, 2008 7:27 am

whats even more weird is that on the album Rap Grafitti - its the start of Une sale Histoire that has the vocal in question 'ahh this stuff is really fresh' which is just before Change the beat, so maybe thats because its all mixed, idk I've never heard the 12"?
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby Pr@nG! » Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:56 pm

I have the 12". If I'm correct it's on Celluloid. Haven't dug it out for years. As stated, it is the Beside, as in the group is called Beside.

Yes, it is on Celluloid.
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby dankdaddy » Mon Jan 05, 2009 9:01 pm

Pr@nG! wrote:I have the 12". If I'm correct it's on Celluloid. Haven't dug it out for years. As stated, it is the Beside, as in the group is called Beside.

Yes, it is on Celluloid.


Apparently, there are several versions on celluloid as my copy of the 12" doesn't say "beside"... it says "Fab 5 betty"

http://www.discogs.com/release/887749

Interesting.
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby WARABAD 7 » Mon Jun 30, 2014 1:12 pm

Not prior to 1986 but Eric B. at the end of "Paid in Full". I always do that scratch when I hear it. I actually grade myself to make sure I did it right...and if I miss it a little, the timing, I am a little disappointed.
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby SteyrAUG » Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:45 pm

dankdaddy wrote:
Pr@nG! wrote:I have the 12". If I'm correct it's on Celluloid. Haven't dug it out for years. As stated, it is the Beside, as in the group is called Beside.

Yes, it is on Celluloid.


Apparently, there are several versions on celluloid as my copy of the 12" doesn't say "beside"... it says "Fab 5 betty"

http://www.discogs.com/release/887749

Interesting.



I just checked my copy which I know is a 1986 re release of the Celluloid 12" and it is BeeSide.
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Re: the most famous scratch

Postby Repo136 » Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:53 am

~J~C~O))) wrote:whats even more weird is that on the album Rap Grafitti - its the start of Une sale Histoire that has the vocal in question 'ahh this stuff is really fresh' which is just before Change the beat, so maybe thats because its all mixed, idk I've never heard the 12"?


Yes, that album Rap Graffiti is mixed. The fact that the 'ahhh, fresh' is at the beginning of the song was handy for me because I could always find it quickly :D
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