Fat Boys – Fat Boys
Jan07

Fat Boys – Fat Boys

Label: Sutra Year: 1984 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Amazon.com Widgets <A HREF=”http://ws.amazon.com/widgets/q?rt=ss_w_mpw&ServiceVersion=20070822&MarketPlace=US&ID=V20070822%2FUS%2Ftothbeyall%2F8014%2F4e7618f4-63c6-4978-a898-b386be522fbb&Operation=NoScript”>Amazon.com Widgets</A><A...

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Fat Boys – Crushin
Jan07

Fat Boys – Crushin

Label: Sutra Year: 1987 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Amazon.com Widgets Song Listing 1. Crushin’ 2. Protect Yourself/My Nuts 3. Rock Ruling 4. Making  Noise 5. Boys Will Be Boys 6. Falling in Love 7. Fat Boys Dance 8. Wipeout 9. Between the Sheets 10. Hell, No! Reviews Definitely one of the best releases from the Fat Boys. This album contains the slammin old school groove “Crushin” along with many others that...

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Fat Boys – All Meat No Filler: The Best of Fat Boys
Jan07

Fat Boys – All Meat No Filler: The Best of Fat Boys

Label: Rhino Year: 1997 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Amazon.com Widgets Song Listing 1. Fat Boys 2. Human Beat Box 3. Jail House Rap (12″ Single Version) 4. Can You Feel It 5. The Fat Boys Are Back 6. Hard Core Reggae 7. Don’t Be Stupid 8. All You Can Eat 9. Sex Machine 10. In the House 11. Falling in Love 12. Wipeout (with The Beach Boys) 13. Baby You’re a Rich Man 14. The Twist (Yo, Twist!) (with Chubber...

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Kurtis Blow

The year was 1976.  A young man named Curtis Walker (born August 9, 1959) hooked up with a group of party promoters who called themselves The Force.  Among that group was a rather aggressive and bold member named Russell Simmons.  The group sponsored parties in Harlem until 1977 when Russell, or Rush as he came to be known, moved the group to Queens. Kool DJ Kurt as he was known at the time was renamed to Kurtis Blow and, along with...

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Fat Boys
Jan07

Fat Boys

Members Kool Rock-Ski (Damon Wimbley) (born November 4, 1966) Prince Markie Dee (Mark Morales) (born February 19, 1968) The Human Beat Box (Darren Robinson) (June 10, 1967 — December 10, 1995) Originally known as The Disco Three, these large boys were discovered at a 1983 talent show at Radio City Music Hall.  First Prize at the contest included a recording contract. The Disco Three were protégés of Kurtis Blow , who produced...

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