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Not Nearly as good as Newcleus' Destination :Earth (1999)

If you want the original uncut versions and exclusive new classic Newcleus re-releases, check out the Destination :Earth (1999) album. It is true to the form of the 80's breakdance era. Not re-mixes, like these, but re-releases of the classics the way they should have been heard. Check it out right here on itunes, you won't be sorry!

Hell To The No!

Is this what happens to my my old school classics? Mindless. Please revert to the original. Please don't support this beats r us, trash.

This re-recording just can't touch the original...

...and despite some decent attempts to remix this track, they're already at a disadvantage since they didn't use (or have access?) to the original material. Just stick to the original full-length version from the '80s. Someone really dropped the ball on this one. WARNING: Afrowax also released a re-recording of Afrika Bambaataa's "Planet Rock," and it (and the remixes) suffers from the same problems. This was a pointless release.


Formed: 1977 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Newcleus contributed a true electro classic in "Jam on It," a Top Ten R&B hit that has been immortalized on hundreds of hip-hop mixtapes and often included in even techno DJs' sets. The origins of the group lay in a 1977 Brooklyn DJ collective known as Jam-On Productions, which included Ben "Cozmo D" Cenac, his cousin Monique Angevin, and her brother Pete (all of whom were teenagers and still in high school). Many members — MCs as well as DJs — came and went as the group played block...
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