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The Wreckin' Cru' - Surgery album flac

Performer: The Wreckin' Cru'
Title: Surgery
Country: US
Released: 1984
Style: Electro
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 629
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World Class Wreckin Cru. Produced by Dr. Dre & Alonzo Williams. Records, mixer, turntables, speakers Records, mixer, turntables, speakers Ahh shit, ahh shit Ahh shit, ahh shit Ahh (ahh) shit (shit), ahh (ahh) shit (shit) Ahh (ahh) shit (shit), ahh (ahh) shit (shit) Ahh shit, ahh shit Ahh shit, ahh shit Ahh (ahh) shit (shit), ahh (ahh) shit (shit) Ahh (ahh) shit (shit), ahh (ahh). Now that control is back you see It's time for the remix of surgery So get domestic before this time, don't be late To witness Dr. Dre as he operates Check it out! I'm Dr. Dre gorgeous hunk of a man Doing tricks on the mix that no others can The nurses say I'm cute, they say I'm fine So you better beware because I'll blow your mind I'll take you to my car, I'll take you to my home Then up and down your body

Oldschool Electro (1984) world class wreckin' cru - surgery.

Wreckin Cru Fan Club . Processed (Plating/Metalwork) at Greg Lee Processing based on L-18581, L-18581-X etchings. Entered as "Mastered At" for the present. For me, The Wrecking Cru were from a time where the positive message of early rap lingered, and where the West Coast were ahead of NYC when it came to the electro sound. Regardless of how the original crew members feel now about it now, this is as important to the golden early era of 80's Rap progression as NWA were to the 90's.

World Class Wreckin' Cru was an electro group, best known for its contributions to early rap and its association with Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and Michel'le. World Class Wreckin' Cru debuted in a club owned by one of the early West Coast DJs, Alonzo Williams. Before he opened "Eve After Dark" in 1979, Alonzo was one of the most popular DJs in the Los Angeles area. He began producing dances under the name of Disco Construction, named after funk group Brass Construction

World Class Wreckin' Cru was an electro group, best known for its contributions to early rap and its association with Dr. com/watch?v ZeBdVsNQZmE thanks. World Class Wreckin' Cru - The Light Are Out - Phases In Life.

Tracklist

Surgery (Vocal) 7:02
Surgery (Instrumental) 7:02

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KC-002 The Wreckin' Cru'* Surgery ‎(12", Single) Kru-Cut Records KC-002 US 1984
KC-002 The Wreckin' Cru'* Surgery ‎(12", Single) Kru-Cut Records KC-002 US 1984


Reviews (17)
Felhalar
dre would be better off "forgetting" his newer stuff and remembering this stuff to be honest...just saying

Contancia
Wow! What an awesome compliment. Dre and I worked really hard on this song back in the day. We spent hours in the studio perfecting it. I personally find nothing "corny" about it and it is one of the fan favorites when Lonzo and I perform it. Regards to you.

WtePSeLNaGAyko
Thank you for saying this, I agree with your comment.

YSOP
100% agreement! this is the best thing he's ever done.

Awene
In relation to the below thread & comments on Dre's apparent 'amnesia' when it comes to his past:I watched 'Straight Outta Compton' with some younger friends, who loved it, as did I, but I had to point out: Thats not how it happened. Where's the Wrecking Cru??? OK, there was some brief scenes of Dre on the decks, albeit minus the gold, shimmer & shoulder pads... So indeed, a large chunk of important musical beginnings erased.The funny thing is, being a 'G' means different things to different people. In reality, wearing glam clothes doesn't mean you couldn't mess someone up or hold your own, just as wearing a hood & sneakers doesn't necessarily make you a menace to society. Its simply what you do that defines who you are. Sure, the sound leans towards 'Corny' (Dre's own comment when quizzed on 'The Defiant Ones' documentary), but even so, it's still good music, and hey, what didn't sound corny in the 80's?The records were marketed around street life, and as a kid I believed in all the hype- but the music is all I cared about, and it still stands. For me, The Wrecking Cru were from a time where the positive message of early rap lingered, and where the West Coast were ahead of NYC when it came to the electro sound. Regardless of how the original crew members feel now about it now, this is as important to the golden early era of 80's Rap progression as NWA were to the 90's. As for Dre- I wouldn't like to cast judgement. As an artist, you don't have to always love your own work, or perhaps some the memories associated with those times.

Tygokasa
The cover art! I used to laugh as a teen about it! Love it so much. Are they pumping IN radioactive materials? Or sucking them OUT? One can only speculate. I love that theres another guy smoking a pipe and taking notes.

Nikok
Actually we are pumping in the juice to get 'em loose. That's me (DJ CLI-N-TEL) on the pipe writing the lyrics to Surgery. Now you know.

Ausstan
If I had to choose between this any any NWA records, it would certainly be this record, it was a great time for Hip Hop, great energy and positivity.

Sironynyr
it is good.really had to be in the album World Class, instead of the remix.and i only discovered now that who is rapping is not Dr. Dre, but Cli-N-Tel.

Tenius
You are correct. For so many years and due to sloppy reporting and sloppy research, Dre gets inaccurately credited for that a lot. But I actually had to teach him how to rap.

Vuzahn
i absolutely agree with everything stated here...in fact dre should finally stop promising to give us detox, which will be released in the year 3050 (LOL) and dig out his old oberheim-gear in order to produce some serious (LOLevenMO')dance-shit like this! i've had enuff of 50cent dissing prince and eminem and all these cats...everytime i play this song somewhere i get asked: 'is this REALLY dr. dre???' WTF, can't he just be proud of being really in the first row of rap-producers back in the days? there is NOTHING TO BE ASHAMED ABOUT THESE JAMS, in some ways they were a lot better than NY stuff the same age...!

Erennge
I remember reading a reference to Dr. Dre's not-so-"G" beginnings in a review of an old Schoolly D record. The writer disparagingly commented that back when Schoolly D was running with a gang in real life, Dre was still rocking wet-look hair and sequined jumpsuits as a member of World Class Wreckin' Cru. (These types of disses are rampant, such as the writer who said Tupac was just an incredibly faggy dancer for Digital Underground who got cast as a badass in the movie "Juice" and then decided to start acting that way for the rest of his life, or Suge Knight's comments about Snoop Dogg being the only rapper he ever knew who "Paid to get in the game.") Anyway, all this just goes to show what kind of influence a single album can have. With the success of Straight Outta Compton, suddenly it wasn't enough to simply make great tracks, or be a great producer (like Dr. Dre). Every California rapper had to "live the life" and prove that he was 10 times harder than any of his rivals. It's too bad that Dr. Dre disowned a lot of his early work. In my opinion, it's some of the best stuff he ever did.

Goltikree
nice ! love this trk btw , WCWC rocked !

Wooden Purple Romeo
Apparently, Dre amputated his history when he became a “G”. For years, no one wanted to admit the West-Coast’s Electro legacy that included Bobby Jimmy, Egyptian Lover, Arabian Prince, et al. Freak Beat, Dream Team, Macola, Egyptian Empire, etc. Then they got into bass around 1988, right before they brought guns to Yo! MTV Raps. Do Kraftwerk and drive-bys go together (insert heavy breathing ala "Tour de France" here)?

Cerar
Amen to that!

Bloodray
"Seven dayz a week, he's on call To get the party people up off the wall You'll fell motivated as he operates Cuz' party energy is what she generates He'll prescribe for you, her potent elixir Two turntables, speakers, and a mixer He'll rock your party wherever you be. Calling Dr. Dre to surgery" This is another one of my fav old skool hiphop/electro tunes, really well produced... love the beats and the rhyming once again... why isnt there anything like this anymore... I really don't know!

Uafrmaine
in facts these are the lyrics of the remix.if you hear well the original you will find out that is something like this;"Seven days a week, he's on callTo get the party people up off the wallYou'll fell motivated as he operatesCuz' party energy is what he generatesHe'll prescribe for you, his potent elixirTwo turntables, speakers, and a mixerHe'll rock your party wherever you be.Calling Dr. Dre to surgery"

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