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Play At Your Own Risk (Planet Patrol Original Version)

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  • Dousar
    says:
    The Energetics, reborn as the more suitably sci-fi PLANET PATROL, recorded "Play At Your Own Risk" the same night at Intergalactic Studios. Though both songs virtually defined Electro-Funk, the production on each track were similar, the effects were quite dissimilar.
  • Grorg
    says:
    ‎Produced and organized by early hip-hop impresarios Arthur Baker and John Robie, Planet Patrol walked an intriguing line between electro and the classic Motown sound. The quintet of vocalists (led by Herb Jackson) only produced one album, but it is one of the few classic LPs of the electro era. ~ Jo. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  • Dosida
    says:
    Watch the video for Play At Your Own Risk from Planet Patrol's Freestyle Megamix 4 Old School House (Non Stop DJ Mix) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  • Vukasa
    says:
    Release 7 of a limited edition series / original version of "Play At Your Own Risk" taken from Tommy Boy's Greatest Beats, volumes Barcode and Other Identifiers5/5(1).
  • Zulkisho
    says:
    Check out Play at Your Own Risk (12" Version) by Planet Patrol on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on conrefordatosgimafourpnorotamoun.coinfo(25).
  • Samuran
    says:
    Gone are the days of trying to get this record on ebay (too many times to name of being outbid on the original vinyl release). This is a must have for any fan of the old school breakdance/ pop-lock era. I personally liked "Play at Your Own Risk" over "Planet Rock" just because there was more emotion and music happening on this track/5(15).
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