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Stick Em - Fat Boys - Fat Boys (CD, Album)

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  1. 2nd track off Oldskool Hip-Hop group The Fat Boys' self-titled debut album "Fat Boys", side A. Released in Rate, Comment & Subscribe! The Fat Boys Stick Em.
  2. Songs like Stick Em, Fat Boys, The Place To Be & Human Beat Box easily display their boisterousness. The added jewels to this re-issue are the Mr. Magic (RIP) radio interviews. The growth of the group can be heard first hand between an early interview before their debut album and one after success/5(43).
  3. "Stick' Em" was the first song they recorded with Kurtis Blow. The group's self-titled debut album, Fat Boys, is considered by many to be the first hip-hop album to feature such an element as beatbox. Darren "The Human Beat Box" Robinson was a pioneer in beatboxing, he used his mouth to create hip-hop percussion sounds.
  4. Fat Boys discography and songs: Music profile for Fat Boys, formed Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Pop Rap, Hip Hop. Albums include Still Cruisin', Fat Boys, and Sun City / Not So Far Away.
  5. "Stick 'Em" was the first thing that they recorded with Kurtis Blow. Charlie Stettler also got Swatch to sponsor 's Fresh Festival Tour and convinced Russell Simmons to add the Fat Boys to a line-up that included Run-D.M.C., Whodini and Newcleus. The Fat Boys released 3 singles from this album: "Jail House Rap", "Can You Feel It?".
  6. Jul 11,  · After the release of their sixth album, On and On in , the Fat Boys dissolved their partnership with Charlie Stettler and returned to the streets .
  7. PRE ORDER THE FAT BOYS DELUXE PIZZA BOX CD REISSUE NOW!! Before I get all philosophical, theoretical and all that over-thinking stuff, let me say this. This special packaging of the Fat Beats debut album does a grab job at communicating the feel good vibe of the group. It’s packaged in a mini pizza box and it comes wit.
  8. Jul 11,  · More mocked than understood, the noises at stake in that lawsuit can be heard in all their thunder and glory on “Stick ‘Em,” a track from the Fat Boys first album, revived this month by Traffic.
  9. What separated their album from the majority of other rap records at the time was the pure rawness of the songs. The humorous element dominated the record but there was a prime roughness to their style that gave them a hardcore edge. Songs like Stick ‘Em, Fat Boys, The Place To Be & Human Beat Box easily display their boisterousness.

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