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Eric B. & Rakim - Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix) download album

  • Performer: Eric B. & Rakim
  • Title: Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix)
  • Genre: Hip-hop
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: RA MP2 DXD ASF AHX MOD DTS
  • Released: 1987
  • MP3 album: 1156 mb
  • FLAC album: 1443 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 706
Eric B. & Rakim - Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix) download album

With this Coldcut remix, the duo received an even wider audience as Seven Minutes of Madness became a staple in European clubs as one of the first, highly successful, commercial remixes. More popularity came when the group M/A/R/R/S dropped their one hit wonder Pump Up The Volume, whose title is from Rakim’s lyric, and its later inclusion in the movie and soundtrack for Colors. As I mentioned in the about, Eric B. wasn’t a fan, but Rakim gave it props. Though not happy that she was not informed of the sample (a much more common practice in the 80’s) Ofra Haza ended up releasing a remixed version of Im nin'alu and the original album it was sampled from received a sales bump. Many critics consider this Coldcut’s best work. Paid in Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix)" Track Info. Written By Eric B. & Rakim & Coldcut. Release Date January 1, 1988.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix)
Engineer [Remix] – Raine ShineRemix – ColdcutScratches – D. J. Cell*, Matt Black
B1 Paid In Full (Album Mix)
B2 Eric B. Is On The Cut

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Island Music Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
  • Mastered At – The Town House
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – PRS Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Island
  • Manufactured By – Island

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Robert Hill
  • Producer – Eric B. & Rakim
  • Written-By – Eric Barrier, William Griffin*

Notes

℗ 1987 Island Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 014474 810787
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A, variant 1): 12 BRW 78 A//1∇420 EX 11 2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B, variant 1): 12 BRW 78 B//1∇420 EX 11 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A, variant 2): 12 BRW 78 A//1∇420 EX 11 1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B, variant 2): 12 BRW 78 B// 1∇420 EX 11 1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A, variant 3): 12 BRW 78 A//1∇420 EX 11 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B, variant 3): 12 BRW 78 B// 1∇420 EX 12 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): Townhouse

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRW 78 Eric B. & Rakim Paid In Full (Mini Madness - The Coldcut Remix) ‎(7", Single, Die) 4th & Broadway BRW 78 UK 1987
12 BRX 78 Eric B. & Rakim Paid In Full (Derek B's Urban Respray) ‎(12", Promo) 4th & Broadway 12 BRX 78 UK 1987
K 520, BRW 78 Eric B. & Rakim Paid In Full ‎(7") Island Records, 4th & Broadway K 520, BRW 78 Australia & New Zealand 1987
none Eric B. & Rakim Paid In Full ‎(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) 4th & Broadway none UK 1987
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Reviews about Eric B. & Rakim - Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness - The Coldcut Remix) (8):
Kabei
One of the greatest remixes of all time and truly still holds up. I first heard this in '88 on the Colors soundtrack and was the first time I really thought about samples, breakbeats and what you could do with them. WIthout this remix a lot of the 90s sampled-based music would've sounded much different.
Celore
This was an early example of the Uk record industry seizing & exploiting the ability to remix .. The remix can expose you to a different audience but it can also dilute & compromise your sound , brand , image & polarise or cause your original audience to abandon you.The Coldcut paid in full remix was an innovative piece as sampling was a fairly new technique in the late 80s & copyright laws were vague for the emerging dj producers . Rakim was interviewed in Mixmag magazine after its release where he said it was a piece of **** & I understand his sentiments.Rakim is rapping about getting paid & how he used to be a criminal in the original un-remixed version.Yet his verses are immersed amongst middle eastern chanting & vocal snippets & the video is even worse on the remix. If this track had poor sales no one would be surprised as the remix compromised the image & artistry of the group. Coldcut never paid attention to the artists vision in the remix…It was all about what Coldcut could do to promote themselves. The artists lyrics & image etc were secondary. This pattern continued when the record labels used Norman Cook , Cj Mackintosh & Dave Dorrell , Blacksmith , Chad Jackson , Derek B , Danny D etc to remix or remix remixed songs for a commercial audience. The hip hop group Hijack released a song ..Hold no hostage which highlighted issues with record companies trying to force artists to compromise to target a commercial audience.The remixers were not producers or fans of hip hop & the culture so they were out of there depth & the end product was generally poor. Or worse than the original. Hijack - Hold no hostage intro simulates someone taking offense pulling the Coldcut remix off the turntable.
Iriar
Actually in an interview, Coldcut said this:"When he heard it, Eric B described it as `girly disco music,' and Rakim said it was the best remix he'd ever heard; I thought both assessments were quite brilliant."
Kajikus
possibly one of the best remixes ever, coldcut to me basically came and virtually slayed the original, and it still sounds fresh today! i really love the use of some of the more unique samples on this record, such as the Ofra Haza sample and the ending drum break sampling of playschool's bang on the drum(!) at the end of the track. recently had to buy two of it also, as the copy i recieved jumps at the intro (one of my fave parts!). a real floor filler depending if the crowd is right.
Arashilkis
djpasq, eric b and rakim don't like the rmx cuz we all would rather here it's quirky samples and arrangment, made possible only by virtue of Coldcut's genius and love for rising above "street cred"... nuff said...
Perdana
Proof that genius equals longevity... Coldcut was the standard back in the day for pure, uncut fuggitup-ness.... They still are the vanguard of good electronix --johnnysizzle
Marelyne
I think the Cold Cut version's dated terribly but then I always thought it was gimmicky rubbish anyway - even preferred Derek B's version (minus the horrible rock guitar) much prefer the original and can see why Eric B & Rakim hated this version.
Hamrl
Yes, that`s true push-man, and for all those who don`t know it already: Eric B. and Rakim do not like the Coldcut Remix version `cause in their minds it doesn´t have nuff street credibility... Make dis clear for yourselves ..Oldschool rap pioneers together with Ofra Haza (sic!) samples and stylish dancefloor samples....Same Procedure like with A.R.Kanes heavy guitar (de)constructions in M.A.R.R.S.´s "Pump up the volume"..But that´s the way dancefloor goes....

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