Fat Boys - Fat Boys download album
Fat Boys is the self-titled first studio album by hip hop group The Fat Boys on May 29, 1984 by Sutra Records. Album was produced by rap legend Kurtis Blow. LP is dedicated to the memory of Rebecca Wimbely and William (Divine) Santos. Album peaked at number 48 on the US Billboard 200, and number 6 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on May 6, 1985.
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Profile: Early to mid-1980s novelty rap trio.
The Fat Boys are a successful American hip hop trio from Brooklyn, New York City, that emerged in the early 1980s. For its 1987 album, Crushin', the Fat Boys made a cover version of The Surfaris' hit Wipe Out with The Beach Boys singing back-up vocals. The single made it to on the Billboard chart, and on the corresponding R&B listing. The Fat Boys also recorded a version of The Twist with Chubby Checker, who performed it originally in 1960. Manager Charlie Stettler was a Swiss National who had embraced hip-hop culture.
Fat BoysStudio album by The Fat BoysReleasedMay 29, 1984GenreHip hopLength39: Art Kass (exec. Charles Stettler(exec. and noted that The Fat Boys were "among the best and most popular rappers of the mid-1980s.
Fat Boys is the self-titled first studio album by hip hop group The Fat Boys. The album was dedicated to the memory of Rebecca Wimbely and William (Divine) Santos. The album is housed in a pizza box, with the album itself being a picture disc of pizza, with a special book and bonus material (downloadable for the vinyl version). Side b. "Fat Boys" – 6:50. The Place to Be" – 4:26. Human Beat Box" – 2:16.
Listen to music from Fat Boys like Human Beat Box, Wipeout & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fat Boys. The Fat Boys are an American hip hop trio from Brooklyn, New York City, that emerged in the early 1980s. The group was briefly known originally as the Disco 3. In 1983, putting the two together he contacted the nascent Swatch company and offered the talents of his group.
The fact is that they were among the best and most popular rappers of the mid-1980s. Cool J, and Whodini, the Fat Boys were the finest that hip-hop's "Second Generation" (as it was called) had to offer. After making some noise as the Disco Three, the rotund Brooklynites changed their name to the Fat Boys in 1984 and hit big with this excellent debut album, which is humorous, wildly entertaining, and unapologetically funky. Everything from "Fat Boys" to the amusing "Jailhouse Rap" proves that their rapping skills were first-rate
|3||Can You Feel It||6:38|
|5||The Place To Be||4:26|
|6||Human Beat Box||2:16|
|7||Don't You Dog Me||5:50|
- Cover, Design – Lynda West
- Engineer – Herb Powers, Jr.*
- Engineer, Music By – David Ogrin*
- Executive-Producer – Art Kass, Charles Stettler
- Management – Tin Pan Apple, Inc.
- Music By – Danny Harris, David Reeves , Donald Blackman*, Larry Smith, Tony McLaughlin
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Steve Friedman
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Frank Giraldi
- Producer, Vocals, Music By – Kurtis Blow
- Vocals – Alyson Williams, Angie Blake , Audrey Wheeler, Frances Johnson
NotesProduced for Kurtis Blow Productions.
Mixed at Quadrasonic Sound Systems, Inc.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
Analog recording digitally mastered.
© ℗ 1984 Sutra Records, Inc.
Marketed and distributed by Sutra Records, Inc.
CD: Made by Discovery Systems - An American Company
Manufactured in U.S.A.
1984 copyrights but c. 1987 release (Sutra first released CDs in 1987, Discovery Systems did not press CDs until late 1986).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 085931101521
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|251 987-1||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Sutra Records||251 987-1||France||1984|
|540110||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Buddah Records, Vogue||540110||France||1984|
|SUS-1015||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Sutra Records, Buddah Records||SUS-1015||Canada||1984|
|6.26884, 251 987-1||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||TELDEC, TELDEC||6.26884, 251 987-1||Germany||1984|