We Come 2 Rock - The Freestylers* - Rough Technique Vol. 1 (CD)
Label: Freskanova - RTD 116.3509.2 • Format: CD Compilation, Mixed • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat
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We Rock Hard Freestylers. Released We Rock Hard Tracklist. 5. Here We Go Lyrics. 6. B-Boy Stance Lyrics. 7. B-Boy Stance (feat. Tenor Fly) Lyrics. Ruffneck.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of We Rock Hard on Discogs. Label: Freskanova - RTD ,Jive - RTD • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breaks, Big Beat4/5(27).
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The band released their first album, We Rock Hard, in The single "B-Boy Stance" became a hit in the UK in featuring the contributions of rapper Tenor Fly. In , the Freestylers enjoyed success in the U.S. with track "Don't Stop" reached number 8 in the Billboard dance charts and the video for "Here We Go" becoming hit on a MTV.
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Though it's more of a run through their back-catalogue than a proper debut, We Rock Hard comes through on the title's claim, with little of the push-button, big-dumb-techno aspects of most big-beat acts. Focusing on electro, ragga, breakbeat and a closing jungle workout ("Warning") with chatting by MC Navigator, the Freestylers up the ante for Britain's old-school big-beat merchants.