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al B. rich

al B. rich consists of two up & coming music producers/DJs from

New York City Albert Castillo and Rich Pangilinan(The Riddler).

Club Nation America Volume 2

First American DJ/Producers Duo

to be signed by

Ministry of Sound/MCA Records

In Stores September 24, 2002

TRACKS

CD1

Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta get thru this

Madhouse - Like a prayer

Who da funk - Shiny Disco Balls

Modjo - Lady (Eric Morillo vs. Who da funk remix)

Mary J. Blige - No more drama (Thunderpuss Anthem mix)

(Love)Tattoo - Drop some drums (Superchumbo's Volta mix)

Dax Riders - Real Fonky Time (Robbie Rivera Funkatron dub)

M Factor - Mother (Dirty Vegas Vocal mix)

Starchaser - Love will set u free

Alive featuring DD Klein - Alive (Triple X vs. Highspeed Dub)

Full Intention - I'll be waiting

Res - They say Vision (Robbie Rivera's Vocal Mix Part II)

CD 2

DJ Sammy & Yanou - Heaven

DJ Encore & Engelina - I see right through to you

Origene - Suddenly Silently (Kay Cee Club mix)

Flip & fill - True love never dies (Pascal remix)

H-Two - Burning Fire (Hydrogen Rockers mix)

Brother Brown - Star Catching girl

Static Revenger - Long time

Raven Maize - Fascination (Joey Negro club mix)

One-T - Music is the one-t (Dennis the Menace remix)

Funky Green Dogs - (You got me)Burning up (Flatline Vocal mix)

Matt Schwarz feat. Sholan - Can you feel what I'm going thru

Frou Frou - Breathe In (Watkins vocal remix)

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Originally posted by djqwest

al B. rich

al B. rich consists of two up & coming music producers/DJs from

New York City Albert Castillo and Rich Pangilinan(The Riddler).

Club Nation America Volume 2

First American DJ/Producers Duo

to be signed by

Ministry of Sound/MCA Records

In Stores September 24, 2002

TRACKS

CD1

Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta get thru this

Madhouse - Like a prayer

Who da funk - Shiny Disco Balls

Modjo - Lady (Eric Morillo vs. Who da funk remix)

Mary J. Blige - No more drama (Thunderpuss Anthem mix)

(Love)Tattoo - Drop some drums (Superchumbo's Volta mix)

Dax Riders - Real Fonky Time (Robbie Rivera Funkatron dub)

M Factor - Mother (Dirty Vegas Vocal mix)

Starchaser - Love will set u free

Alive featuring DD Klein - Alive (Triple X vs. Highspeed Dub)

Full Intention - I'll be waiting

Res - They say Vision (Robbie Rivera's Vocal Mix Part II)

CD 2

DJ Sammy & Yanou - Heaven

DJ Encore & Engelina - I see right through to you

Origene - Suddenly Silently (Kay Cee Club mix)

Flip & fill - True love never dies (Pascal remix)

H-Two - Burning Fire (Hydrogen Rockers mix)

Brother Brown - Star Catching girl

Static Revenger - Long time

Raven Maize - Fascination (Joey Negro club mix)

One-T - Music is the one-t (Dennis the Menace remix)

Funky Green Dogs - (You got me)Burning up (Flatline Vocal mix)

Matt Schwarz feat. Sholan - Can you feel what I'm going thru

Frou Frou - Breathe In (Watkins vocal remix)

talk about an old tracklisting... these tracks are ancient...

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Originally posted by saleen351

talk about an old tracklisting... these tracks are ancient...

Just wanted to give you a heads up on Record Label compilation 101.

There are MANY reasons why LEGIT commercial CD's seem a lil old to more progressive clubbers like yourself and why you see the SAME songs on every CD.

1)Record Labels have to obtain permission to use songs on any commercial CD. As a result, there is an ongoing negotiation between companies on how much it will cost to use. A lot of time, the labels won't allow usage of songs because they want the exclusive use on their own compilation. Unless a label owns the masters of a track, some songs can cost up to $30K per track. If a label has a HOT track, they will jack up the price in order to get permission.

2)Clearance for tracks can take WEEKS if not MONTHS to clear.

3)It takes approximately 4-6 weeks ONCE the tracks have been cleared to use to manufacture, distribute, and positioned at retail.

I can go on and on but I don't want to bore everyone to death about how difficult it is to put a LEGIT mix cd.

When putting a CD out, one must be able to predict what songs will STILL be HOT to the Mainstream audience and what songs will POTENTIALLY be big records at least 4-6 months BEFORE release.

In the case of my own Mix CD - DANCE MIX NYC VOL. 2 it took Tommy Boy 3 months prior to manufacturing to come up with a track listing and get clearance. ALL record labels go through the same drill.

Finally, if you knew HOW much money is involved to put out a Mix cd, you will understand why most Dance Music Compilations have some of those CHEESY songs you all hate like "Heaven". Putting out a cool underground compilation costs just about the same as putting out a Cheesy compilation. However, the difference to the record companies is between selling 5,000 records and selling 100,000 records. So you do the math. If you were a record label that just spent $50K to license tracks, another $100K to advertise on radio, and about $150K to put your record in the stores, you want to make sure you get as many people to buy your cd.

5 Years ago, it was much easier to put out a cool credible CD compilation because labels weren't charging a lot of money to license tracks and it was faster to clear them. Back then, you can come up with a current track listing about a month before release and easily sell 25K records. Now with bootlegging, downloading, bad economy, etc. it is even MORE difficult to put a cd out at all.

Again, all of this pertains to LEGIT CDs and not the $10 bootlegs you see on the street. Keep in mind, everytime you buy a bootleg CD, you are part of the reason why there can no longer be COOL COMMERCIAL UNDERGROUND CDS. Labels that put these songs out are going out of business because of it and the only thing that is left is the CHEESE.

Riddler

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very well said rich...

as much as the underground cd's have the coolest and freshest tracks, they don't sell nearly as much as the commerical cd's do...

and in the end the record company needs to make some money, especially in these economically down times (let's face it, the biz isn't doing nearly as well as it used to)...

that is the reality of it.

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Originally posted by sdeelite

very well said rich...

as much as the underground cd's have the coolest and freshest tracks, they don't sell nearly as much as the commerical cd's do...

and in the end the record company needs to make some money, especially in these economically down times (let's face it, the biz isn't doing nearly as well as it used to)...

that is the reality of it.

Very very true...and well said.

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