Rockit is the nineteenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1979 by Atco Records. It was his only release for the label, following Berry's departure in 1975 from Chess Records. It was Berry's last studio album for 38 years, until Chuck in 2017.
Rockit is the nineteenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1979 by Atco Records. It was his only release for the label, following Berry's departure in 1975 from Chess Records Rockit. Studio album by. Chuck Berry.
SONYTV53 MC. Various. Rockit (2xCass, Comp). Sony Music TV. SONYTV53 MC. UK. 1998. SONYTV53 LP. Rockit (4xLP, Comp, Gat).
Labels American Recordings. Music StyleRock'n'Roll. Members owning this album1.
Rock It was Berry's last studio album for 38 years, until Chuck in 2017. It is also the last studio album to be released in his lifetime
Rockit is the 7th track on the Gorillaz' 2007 album D-Sides. The music video is included inside the D-Sides album. Main Article: Rockit (Video). The music video was made in 2004 and was the only D-Sides music video ever made
Play Rockit Science album songs MP3 by Chris Marsol and download Rockit Science songs on Gaana. Released by Clear Label Records Sep 2005 19 Tracks.
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|A1||–Sugarhill Gang||Rapper's Delight (Long Version)
Producer – Sylvia Inc
|A2||–Kurtis Blow||The Breaks
Producer – J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr.
|A3||–Funky 4 + 1||That's The Joint||9:19|
|A4||–Grandmaster Flash||The Adventures Of Grandmaster Flash On The Wheels Of Steel
Producer – Clifton "Jiggs" Chase, Sylvia Robinson, The Furious Five
|B1||–Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five||The Message
Producer – Clifton "Jiggs" Chase, Duke Bootee, Sylvia Inc
|B2||–Tyrone Brunson||The Smurf
Producer – Russell Timmons
Producer – Thomas Dolby
|B4||–Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force||Planet Rock
Producer – Arthur Baker
|B5||–Man Parrish||Hip Hop Be Bop (Don't Stop)
Co-producer – Raul A. Rodriguez
Co-producer – MaterialScratches – Grandmixer D. ST.*
|C1||–Grandmaster Caz||Wildstyle Subway Rap
Featuring – Chris SteinProducer – Chris Stein, Fab 5 FreddyScratches – Charlie Chase
Producer – Larry Smith, Russell Simmons
|C3||–The Russell Brothers||The Party Scene
Co-producer – Larry Joseph
|C4||–Newcleus||Jam On Revenge (The Wikki Wikki Song)
Producer – Frank Fair, Joe Webb
|C6||–Hashim||Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)
Producer – Jerry Calliste Jr.
|D1||–West Street Mob||Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie
Producer – Joey Robinson, Jr., Leland Robinson
|D2||–Fab 5 Freddy||Down By Law||1:08|
|D3||–Run-DMC||Here We Go (Live At The Funhouse)||4:05|
|D4||–T La Rock & Jazzy Jay||It's Yours
Producer – Rick Rubin
|D5||–Davy DMX||One For The Treble
Producer – David Reeves
|D6||–LL Cool J||I Can't Live Without My Radio
Producer – Rick Rubin
|D7||–Beastie Boys||It's The New Style
Co-producer – Rick Rubin
NotesCassette 1 track 4 "The Adventures Of Grandmaster Flash On The Wheels Of Steel" includes following extracts: a) "Eight Wonder", b) "Birthday Party", c) "Monster Jam" d) "Good Times" e) "Another One Bites The Dust" f) "Rapture". All titles credited to Grandmaster Flash, which is wrong. These are samples from original artists.
"Planet Rock" contains samples from Kraftwerk's "Trans-Europe Express".
|31-491684-10||Various||Rockit (2xCD, Comp)||Columbia||31-491684-10||UK||1998|
|SONYTV53 LP||Various||Rockit (4xLP, Comp, Gat)||Sony Music TV||SONYTV53 LP||UK||1998|