Title: East Coast vs. West Coast
Label: Jive, RCA, BMG
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2588 mb | MP3 size: 1004 mb | WMA size: 1434 mb
|1||–Too Short||You Know What I Mean||6:21|
|2||–M.C. Shan||Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing!||4:09|
|3||–Kool Moe Dee||Let's Go||5:27|
|5||–Rodney O & Joe Cooley||D.J.'s And M.C.'s||3:48|
|6||–The Skinny Boys||Get Pepped||4:04|
|7||–Sir Mix-a-Lot||Square Dance Rap||4:22|
|9||–Egyptian Lover||Egypt, Egypt||6:54|
|10||–Boogie Down Productions||Essays On BDP-ism||5:05|
|1132-1-J||Various||East Coast vs. West Coast (LP, Comp)||Jive||1132-1-J||Canada||1988|
|150.8092||Various||East Coast Vs. West Coast (LP, Comp)||Jive||150.8092||Brazil||1990|
|1132-1-J||Various||East Coast Vs. West Coast (LP, Comp)||Jive||1132-1-J||US||1988|
|1132-4-J||Various||East Coast Vs West Coast (Cass, Album, Comp)||Jive, RCA||1132-4-J||US||1988|
|1132-4-J||Various||East Coast Vs West Coast (Cass, Comp)||Jive, BMG||1132-4-J||Canada||1988|
- Art Direction, Design – Pietro Alfieri
- Photography By – David Martinez
Label on spine: none
Label on disc face: Jive
Labels on booklet and inlay: BMG, Jive, The Word Is Rap, RCA
Info from booklet and inlay:
1 Courtesy of Profile Records
4 Courtesy of Cold Chillin' / Warner Brothers Records Inc.
6 Courtesy of Sire Records Co. Inc.
8 Courtesy of Nastymix Records
9 Courtesy of Egyptian Empire Records
10 Courtesy of Egyptian Empire Records
Special Thanks: Joel Weinstein, Esq. / Joseph Grier, Esq.
An original sound recording made by Zomba Recording Corporation.
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℗ & © 1988 Zomba Recording Corp.
Manufactured and Distributed by RCA Records, a label of BMG Music, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
Info from disc face:
℗ 1988 Zomba Recording Corp.
TMK(s) ® RCA Corp.
Made in U.S.A.
1 ℗ 1986 Profile Records, Inc.
4 ℗ 1987 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
6 ℗ 1987 Sire Records Company, Inc.
8 ℗ 1987 Nastymix Records
9 ℗ 1984 Egyptian Empire Records
10 ℗ 1987 Egyptian Empire Records
- Barcode (String): 1241-41126-2
- Matrix / Runout: W. O. 10506-2 11322J (H)
- Barcode (Scanned): 012414112620
- Manufactured By – RCA Records
- Distributed By – RCA Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zomba Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Zomba Recording Corporation
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