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Masters At Work - Dum Dum Cry MP3 FLAC
Masters At Work
Dum Dum Cry
Freestyle, Electro
01 Jan 1987
Fourth Floor Records
FF 787
FLAC size:
2305 mb
MP3 size:
2732 mb
WMA size:
1031 mb


1Dum Dum Cry (Dum Club Version)8:15
2Dum Dum Cry (Rubber Dub Version)3:50
3Dum Dum Cry (Dum Dub Beats)1:37
4Dum Dum Cry (Desire Dub Version)3:47


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FF 787Masters At Work Dum Dum Cry ‎(12")Fourth Floor RecordsFF 787US1987


  • Edited ByFranklyn Martinez, Mike Delgado
  • Executive-ProducerSilvio Tancredi
  • Producer, Mixed By, Written-ByTodd Terry


Special thanks to Lizette Zahid & Kenny D.J.K.G. Tarig.

A1: 115-116 | A2: 116
B1: 115-116 | B2: 116


  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): FF 787 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): FF 787 B
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Recorded At – Kaze Rock Studios
  • Manufactured By – Northcott Productions Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Northcott Productions Ltd.
  • Produced For – Kaze Productions, Inc.
  • Published By – New York Style Music
  • Published By – Northcott Music


  • Adokelv
Kickin tune indeed. Electro Hip Hop earl;y 80s style full of samples and riffs. Can imagine B Boys breakin to this most def. I disagree with the sound dated comment, how can this simple yet rocking beat be outdated compared to todays crap? Gimme this style all day long.
  • Fog
Not house music at all this, don't get why this is lumped in with that dreadful genre just because Todd Terry and Kenny Dope did this. Straight up Hip Hop Freestyle instrumental classic. Both Kenny Dope and Todd Terry started off in hip hop.
  • Bodwyn
8892sales I have to disagree with the hip hop genre tag I'm afraid...I am with you on this, but I am afraid you are trying to argue with a dogmatic keyboard warrior over there. House is now a dreadful genre, according to our Hip Hop priest over there. Well, I guess that's it then.
  • Bludworm
I have to disagree with the hip hop genre tag I'm afraid. Freestyle AND electro can be electronic without actually being hip hop. Not all electro and freestyle comes under hip hop. Some of it is purely electronic. Some of it has more in common with old skool house music than hip hop. Some of it CAN be both electronic and hip hop. This idea that freestyle or electro or any other style should come under just a single genre is plainly ridiculous.
  • Sataxe
correct sirthis is a stellar release and is def not house
  • Styphe
Although it may sound dated, or better said; experimental, this together with 'alright alright' is the ground work of Todd Terry. Making his identifiable mark on what still is 'New york Freestyle' with 'House' just one step away.
  • Anararius
samples Strafe (Alright Alright) the Dub mix where it is spoken only once in the original release