Immediate download of 2-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Also includes immediate download of 2-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
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edition of 50
To celebrate our first album release we are offering all visitors to the Hero Records Online Store a special chance to pick up a bundle containing the last few copied of our first 3 7" releases complete with an immediate digital download of all the tracks. What a bargain! Don't say we're not good to you :-)
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edition of 25
With this option you will get both the original 7" of 'Keeping It Real?' (b/w 'Be Somebody) by Hero No.7 originally released on 7 Hills Records but also the Hero Records 7" featuring 'Keeping It Real? (Mash & Munkee Remix)' b/w 'Keep Moving (Hero No.7 Remix)' by Mash & Munkee. Plus digital downloads of all 4 tracks at a super-cheap rate! Don't miss out :-)
Includes immediate download of 2-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Hero No.7 ‘Keeping It Real? (Mash & Munkee Remix)’ (4:12)
written by P. Manzotti, C. Millar, R. Gibbons, D. Hanke, K. Starkowski.
Mash & Munkee ‘Keep On Moving (Hero No.7 Remix)’ (5:18)
written by D. Hanke, K. Starkowski, C. Millar
Scratching by Krash Slaughta
Hero No.7 return on their own Hero Records imprint with a brand new remix of “Keeping It Real?” by Germany’s breaks superstars Mash & Munkee. The original version of “Keeping It Real?” was a bona fide b-boy classic, gathering support from top international DJs such as Coldcut & Andy Smith, and was featured alongside Eric B & Rakim, The Roots & The Herbaliser’s “FabricLive 26″ mix-CD.
It was also used by champion breakdancers the Bad Taste Cru when they represented the UK at the 2008 Battle Of The Year World Finals. This remix for 2011 sees Mash & Munkee (aka Unifairfly / Renegades of Jazz and Deli-Kutt) turn the notch up and take the track into nu-funk territory with new drums, guitars, fat horns and swift scratching.
In a remix exchange, Hero No.7 have in turn reworked Mash & Munkee’s track “Keep On Movin’” and turned it into a cut’n'paste extravaganza, stripping back the original track to its musical roots and topping it off with heavier breaks, percussion and vocal samples. The track is topped off with some deft turntable action from legendary scratch DJ Krash Slaughta (II Tone Committee / Monkey Mafia / Killa Instinct) who expertly cuts up more musical delights.
Two sides of dancefloor b-boy funk guaranteed to rock your party.
“Great stuff…amazing attention to detail.” DJ Format
“Pure B-Boy Dopeness” PJ of Herma Puma (First Word Records)
“Proper cut’n'paste party bizzle sure to ignite even the dampest dancefloor.” Mr Benn (Square One Sound / Leisure Recordings)
“Everything I love about the cut’n'paste genre distilled into two great party rocking tracks, don’t sleep people – Hero No.7 are all about keeping it real!” Dr Rubberfunk (Jalapeno Records)
“Effortlessly funky, full of great sounds and put together really well. Me likey.” Nick Faber
“Keep On Movin’ is funky as hell.” Kris Breeze
“Both killers! Can’t wait to drop on the dancefloor” Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz)
“Superb grooves!! This is exactly my cup of tea.” Eric Tchaikovsky (Night Light Sound System)
“Stuffed full of heavy breaks and hooks to swing any party. I’d rock two copies of this.” Mike Bandoni (Funkshone)
released 31 January 2011
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