Label: BCM Records
B R-Cop (Who-R-U)
There was a bit of Batman-mania in 1989 when Tim Burton released his version of the dark knight of Gotham city. Prince provided a soundtrack and the 'bat-signal' was printed on just about everything. Just as the 'smiley' during the acid-frenzy during the same period.
The bat-craze also hit Miami where producers Lawrence Davis, Joseph Louis Stone & Paul Klein (a.k.a. DSK or The Fly Boys) did a electro, Miami bass, version of the Batman theme from the tv-series from 1966-1968.
B.O.S.E. combination of comicbook super hero and drum sounds from a Roland TR-808 is very hard not to fall in love with for a nerd such as I. This is funny and funky, with a electronic finnish.
And the fun continues on the b-side with more electro and movie samples. R-Cop (Who-R-U) was originally relesed in 1988 and is filled with sounds and samples from the movie Robocop.
Let's do the batdance, electro syle with the original swing!