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Grandmaster Slice, got into the rap game as a kid pop-locking in a local dance crew called Ebony Express & deejaying basement parties throughout his teen years alongside his cousin DJ Adam T. Slice later hooked up with a former schoolmate, Izzy Chill, and in 1989 the duo produced a dance record titled "Shall We Dance (Electric Slide)," for the indie Creative Funk label. The song became a hit on the rap charts, and they soon released an album by the same title, "Shall We Dance", the following year. In 1990, Slice and Izzy released the four track single "Get Your Bad Behind On The Floor" b/w "Girls Move Their Butts," a bass driven slice of classic funky hip-hop at it's best. The vintage single is presented here featuring the original vocal and dub mixes, newly remastered for this exclusive release.
Grandmaster Slice, got into the rap game as a kid pop-locking in a local dance crew called Ebony Express & deejaying basement parties throughout his teen years alongside his cousin DJ Adam T. Slice later hooked up with a former schoolmate, Izzy Chill, and in 1989 the duo produced a dance record titled "Shall We Dance (Electric Slide)," for the indie Creative Funk label. The song became a hit on the rap charts, and they soon released an album by the same title, "Shall We Dance", the following year. In 1990, Slice and Izzy released the four track single "Get Your Bad Behind On The Floor" b/w "Girls Move Their Butts," a bass driven slice of classic funky hip-hop at it's best. The vintage single is presented here featuring the original vocal and dub mixes, newly remastered for this exclusive release.
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Get Your Bad Behind On The Floor / Girls Move Thei
Artist: Grandmaster Slice & Izzy Chill
Format: CD
New: Available $10.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Get Your Bad Behind on the Floor (12" Mix)
2. Get Your Bad Behind on the Floor (Dub Mix)
3. Girls Move Their Butts (12" Mix)
4. Girls Move Their Butts (Dub Mix)

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Grandmaster Slice, got into the rap game as a kid pop-locking in a local dance crew called Ebony Express & deejaying basement parties throughout his teen years alongside his cousin DJ Adam T. Slice later hooked up with a former schoolmate, Izzy Chill, and in 1989 the duo produced a dance record titled "Shall We Dance (Electric Slide)," for the indie Creative Funk label. The song became a hit on the rap charts, and they soon released an album by the same title, "Shall We Dance", the following year. In 1990, Slice and Izzy released the four track single "Get Your Bad Behind On The Floor" b/w "Girls Move Their Butts," a bass driven slice of classic funky hip-hop at it's best. The vintage single is presented here featuring the original vocal and dub mixes, newly remastered for this exclusive release.
        
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