Wrecks-N-Effect - Juicy album FLAC
Wrecks-n-Effect is the debut album released by Wrecks-n-Effect. It was released on September 12, 1989 for Motown Records and featured production from Markell Riley and Redhead Kingpin. The album cover bears a winged-lion symbol like Guy, as it bears the genre's anthem. The album achieved modest success on the Billboard charts, making it to on the Billboard 200 and on the Top R&B Albums chart.
Wrecks-N-Effect –New Jack Swing. Wrecks-N-Effect –Here We Come. Young Leek vs. Wrecks-N-Effect –Jiggle Shaker. Wrecks-N-Effect –Soul Man. 2:47. Wrecks-N-Effect –Rock Steady. Wrecks-N-Effect –Club Head. Wrecks-N-Effect –Top Billin (A Cappella). Wrecks-N-Effect –Wipe Your Sweat. Wrecks-N-Effect –New Swing. Wrecks-N-Effect –Smooth (Short). Wrecks-N-Effect –Rump Shaker (A Cappella). The Wrecks –Wick Effect. Wrecks-N-Effect –New Jack Swing (Original 12 Mix). Wrecks-N-Effect –New Jack Swing (7 Version). Wrecks-N-Effect –Juicy. Soundtracks –Wrecks-n-Effect - New Jack Swing.
Wrecks-N-Effect was a New Jack Swing Hip-Hop group originally composed of ". Aqil "A-Plus" Davidson, Brandon Mitchell and Markell Riley, formed around 1988. When they released their self-titled debut album the following year, ". had left and the group had become a trio. Tragically, Mitchell was killed in a shooting incident shortly after its release in 1990. The group, now a duo, changed the spelling of their name from Wrecks-N-Effect to Wreckx-N-Effect (the "X" symbolizing the loss of Mitchell).
Tracklist: 1. New Jack Swing, 2. Leave The Mike Smokin, 3. Juicy, 4. Club Head, 5. Soul Man, 6. Deep, 7. Wipe Your Sweat, 8. V-Man, 9. Peanut Butter, 10. Friends To The End, 11. Rock Steady. More albums from Wrecks-N-Effect: Hard Or Smooth by Wrecks-N-Effect. Raps New Generation by Wrecks-N-Effect. View all albums . Wrecks-N-Effect.
Wrecks-n-Effect was produced by producer/songwriter Teddy Riley (brother of Markell Riley), and rapper/producer Redhead Kingpin; reached on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and on The Billboard Top 200 chart, while its singles "Juicy" and "New Jack Swing" met a similar fate with the exception of "New Jack Swing" becoming a single. The album also produced the multi-platinum, hit single "Rump Shaker", kept at bay on the charts only by Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You", from her best-selling The Bodyguard Soundtrack. The accompanying video received substantial criticism for its "exploitation" of women in bikinis, despite its setting of a fun day at the beach, the New York Daily News referring to Wreckx as "Horny Little Rap Kids". Wreckx-n-Effect had by this point seemingly reached the peak of their career as a group.
Wrecks-N-Effect WreckxNEffect. This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/106 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Wrecks-N-Effect.
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|A1||Juicy (12" Version)||5:10|
|A2||Juicy (Radio Edit)||4:02|
|B1||Juicy (Love Juicy)||5:00|
|B2||New Jack Swing (12" Remix)
Remix – Gene Griffin, Teddy Riley
- Engineer – Dave Way
- Executive-Producer – Gene Griffin
- Mixed By – Gene Griffin, Teddy Riley
- Producer – Markell Riley, Wrecks-N-Effect
NotesRecorded at Soundworks, New York, NY.
|MOT-4682||Wrecks-N-Effect||Juicy (12")||Sound Of New York||MOT-4682||US||1989|
|MOT-4682||Wrecks-N-Effect||Juicy (12", Glo)||Sound Of New York||MOT-4682||US||1989|
|ZD 43296||Wrecks-N-Effect||Juicy (CD, Single)||Motown||ZD 43296||UK & Europe||1989|
|ZB 43295||Wrecks-N-Effect||Juicy (7", Single)||Motown||ZB 43295||UK & Europe||1989|
|ZT 43530||Wrecks-N-Effect||Juicy (12")||Motown||ZT 43530||UK & Europe||1989|