The Beatmasters - Anywayawanna album FLAC
The Beatmasters – Anywayawanna. Label: Rhythm King Records – LEFT LP 10. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: UK. Released: 1989. Instruments – The Beatmasters. Mastered By – Geoff Peche. Photography By – Andy Catlin. Producer – The Beatmasters. Sleeve, Typography, Layout – Designland. Technician – Ben Doyle. Written-By – A. Glanfield, P. Carter, R. Walmsley.
The Beatmasters are an English electronic music group who were successful as artists in their own right in the UK in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They then went on to produce and remix records for many other groups.
Anywayawanna is the debut album by English dance and electronic music group The Beatmasters, released in 1989 on the Rhythm King label.
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A kinetic journey through sampledelic house indebted more to its New York axis than Chicago, Anywayawanna includes no less than five of the Beatmasters' biggest hits including "Who's in the House," "Hey DJ," "Burn It Up," "Warm Love," and "Rok da House. Beyond that, it's a great production with none of the wide-open gaps and overly raw grooves that characterize most British house of the day.