Friday, 21 December 2012

Carl Sagan Dance Party #2

Whenever Carl Sagan would attend symposia at Columbia University, he'd duck out of the day's last lecture and head down Amsterdam Avenue to Rock Steady Park at 98th Street.  That's where the real schooling on electro-magnetic waves would happen.  True droppin' science.   

In one now-legendary battle against the New York City Breakers, Comet Carl and Frosty Freeze busted a stupid fresh toprock routine, which finished with them strobin' tighter than a binary pulsar.

Here are the jams from that set.  For optimal defness, ghettoblast these tunes from your Conion C100F.

Newcleus - "Space is the Place," Space is the Place, Sunnyview, 1985

Orbit - "The Beat Goes On (Lunar Mix)," 12 inch Single, 1982

Discogs: The Beat Goes On

Planet Patrol - "Cheap Thrills," Planet Patrol, Tommy Boy, 1983

Discogs: Planet Patrol

Cardboard not included.

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