Most 80's Significatives Songs According to Interviewed Artists In The Book From Vincent Piolet Birth of French Hip-Hop

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Most 80's Significatives Songs According to Interviewed Artists In The Book From Vincent Piolet Birth of French Hip-Hop

Postby lagire » Tue Aug 16, 2016 6:22 am

At the end of the book "Regarde ta Jeunesse dans tes Yeux" From Vincent Piolet (2015), each interviewed artist in the book have to choose 3 most significatives songs of 80's (Theme of the book is French Hip-Hop, so the songs are Rap Genre bot not necesseraly).
http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/rega ... nslesyeux/
Will be added on le mot et le reste thread.
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Approved with henrik, here's the list in order of number of mentions.(For 1st place, a battle between "The Message" & "Rebel Without a Pause").

12 mentions:
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five The Message 1982
Public Enemy Rebel Without a Pause 1987

5 mentions:
Eric B. & Rakim Paid in Full 1987

4 mentions:
McLaren, Malcolm & World's Famous Supreme Team Buffalo Gals 1982
Public Enemy Yo! Bum Rush the Show 1987
Whodini Friends 1984

3 mentions:
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force Looking for the Perfect Beat 1982
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force Renegades of Funk 1983
Brunson, Tyrone The Smurf 1982
Hancock, Herbie Rockit 1983
Public Enemy Fight the Power 1989
Run-D.M.C. Sucker M.C.'s 1983
Run-D.M.C. Peter Piper 1986
Sugarhill Gang Rapper's Delight 1979
Sweet Tee I Got da Feelin' 1987

2 mentions:
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force Planet Rock 1982
Blow, Kurtis The Breaks 1980
Classical Two, The New Generation 1987
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde The Challenge 1982
Eric B. & Rakim Eric B. Is President 1986
Eric B. & Rakim In the Ghetto 1990
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five White Lines (Don't Don't Do It) 1983
Hashim Al-Naafiysh (The Soul) 1983
Lakeside Fantastic Voyage 1980
LL Cool J I Can't Live Without My Radio 1985
LL Cool J Rock the Bells 1985
LL Cool J I Need Love 1987
Planet Patrol Play at Your Own Risk 1982
Rufus & Chaka Khan Ain't Nobody 1983
Run-D.M.C. Rock Box 1984
Twilight 22 Electric Kingdom 1983
U.T.F.O. Roxanne, Roxanne 1984

1 mention:
7A3, The Coolin' In Cali 1988
Base, Rob & DJ E-Z Rock It Takes Two 1988
Beastie Boys Cooky Puss 1983
Big Daddy Kane Raw 1987
Big Daddy Kane Smooth Operator 1989
Blondy, Alpha Opération Coup de Poing/Brigadier Sabari 1982
Boogie Down Productions South Bronx 1986
Boogie Down Productions Criminal Minded 1987
Break Machine Street Dance 1983
Cameo Room 123 (She's Strange) 1984
Chic Le Freak 1978
Choice M.C. Let's Make Some Noise 1988
Cutmaster D.C. You Don't Really Wanna Battle 1986
D. ST. Crazy Cuts 1983
Dazz Band Let It Whip 1982
Destroy Man & Jhonygo On L'balance 1987
DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince The Things That U Do 1991
Double Trouble & Rodney C & K. K. Rockwell Stoop Rap 1983
EPMD Knick Knack Patty Wack 1989
Eric B. & Rakim I Ain't No Joke 1987
Eric B. & Rakim Follow the Leader 1988
Fab 5 Freddy Change the Beat 1982
Fat Boys Can You Feel It 1984
Fat Larry's Band Act Like You Know 1982
Fresh Gordon My Fila 1986
Fresh, Doug E. Just Having Fun 1984
Fresh, Doug E. La-Di-Da-Di 1985
Gap Band, The Party Train 1983
Garner, Erroll That's My Kick 1965
Gaye, Marvin Sexual Healing 1982
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel 1981
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five Beatstreet 1984
Ice-T Ya Don't Quit 1986
Isley Brothers, The Fight the Power 1975
Jungle Brothers, The Straight Out the Jungle 1989
K-9 Posse Ain't Nothin to It 1988
Kaos Court's in Session 1987
Kings of Pressure You Know How to Reach Us 1987
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo Poison 1988
Kuti, Fela Zombie 1977
LL Cool J I'm Bad 1987
Madonna Holiday 1983
Madonna Into the Groove 1985
Malcolm X No Sell Out 1983
Mandrill Can You Get It 1978
Mantronix Needle to the Groove 1985
Mantronix Hardcore Hip-Hop 1985
Markie, Biz Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz 1986
Markie, Biz Nobody Beats the Biz 1987
Markie, Biz Vapors 1988
Marley & The Wailers, Bob Could You Be Loved 1980
Marley, Rita One Draw 1981
Mason, Vaughan & Butch Dayo You Can Do It 1982
Maze Before I Let Go 1981
Maze & Frankie Beverly Joy and Pain 1982
MC Fosty & Lovin' C Radio Activity Rapp 1984
MC G.L.O.B.E & Whiz Kid Play That Beat Mr DJ 1983
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton 1988
N.W.A. Alwayz Into Somethin' 1991
Nicodemus Suzie Wong 1985
Paris The Devil Made Me Do It 1990
Parrish, Man Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop) 1982
Prince Lady Cab Driver 1982
Prince Purple Rain 1984
Public Enemy Public Enemy No. 1 1987
Public Enemy Sophisticated Bitch 1987
Public Enemy Welcome to the Terrordome 1990
Queen Latifah Ladies First 1989
Red Hot Chili Peppers Hollywood ( Africa) 1985
Redhead Kingpin and the FBI Do the Right Thing 1989
Rock Steady Crew Hey You! (The Rock Steady Crew) 1983
Run-D.M.C. My Adidas 1986
Run-D.M.C. Radio Station 1988
Salt 'n' Pepa Push It 1988
Schoolly D P.S.K. (What Does It Mean?) 1985
Schoolly D Saturday Night 1986
Shango Zulu Groove 1983
Shanté, Roxanne Roxanne's Revenge 1984
Shanté, Roxanne Have a Nice Day 1987
Shanté, Roxanne Go On Girl 1988
Soul II Soul Back to Life 1989
Spicer, Jimmy Adventures of Super Rhyme (Rap) 1980
Stop the Violence Movement, The Self-Destruction 1989
Strafe Set It Off 1984
T La Rock Nitro 1987
T La Rock & Jazzy Jay It's Yours 1984
Talking Heads Once in a Lifetime 1980
Timex Social Club Rumors 1986
Treacherous Three, The Turn It Up 1985
True Mathematics After Dark 1987
T-Ski Valley Catch the Beat 1982
Tuff Crew My Part of Town 1988
Twilight 22 Siberian Nights 1984
Ultramagnetic MC's Critical Beatdown 1988
Ultramagnetic MC's Watch Me Now 1988
World Famous Supreme Team, The Hey! D.J. 1984
Zapp & Roger More Bounce to the Ounce 1980
Zapp & Roger Heartbreaker 1983
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Re: Most 80's Significatives Songs According to Interviewed Artists In The Book From Vincent Piolet Birth of French Hip-

Postby Henrik » Tue Aug 16, 2016 11:06 am

Thanks Iagire!

One small error: Public Enemy's "Fight the Power" is listed under both 2 and 1 mentions.

Also, are you sure that the four mentions of "Yo! Bum Rush the Show" are for the song and not the album?
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Postby lagire » Tue Aug 16, 2016 5:24 pm

Yes, indeed, there's well 3 mentions for Public Enemy's "Fight the Power".
And no it's well Public Enemy Yo! Bum Rush the Show song

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Re: Most 80's Significatives Songs According to Interviewed Artists In The Book From Vincent Piolet Birth of French Hip-

Postby Henrik » Tue Aug 16, 2016 7:58 pm

Songs that will be added to AM because of this list:

Boogie Down Productions | Criminal Minded
Doug E. Fresh feat. DJs Chill Will & Barry Bee | Just Having Fun
The Gap Band | Party Train
Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five | Beat Street
Lakeside | Fantastic Voyage
Public Enemy | Sophisticated Bitch
Rita Marley | One Draw
Roxanne Shanté | Roxanne's Revenge
Zapp | More Bounce to the Ounce
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