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Tramp (Remix) - Salt-N-Pepa* - Tramp (Remix) / Push It (Remix) (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ Tramp (Remix) - Salt-N-Pepa* - Tramp (Remix) / Push It (Remix) (Vinyl)

  1. Feb 14,  · The Disco to House Music Daily Update! (Interviews, Reviews) | (R&B / Hip Hop) Classics - Push It, Cameron Paul, Next Plateau, FFRR.
  2. Buy on Vinyl/CD. Producer: Hurby Luv Bug. The Mohawks. The Champ. The Champ. Pama Report wrong information or missing video. Related Songs Other songs sampled in Salt-N-Pepa's Tramp: Tramp by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas () Down by Law by Fab 5 Freddy () Sample chain found! songs Tramp (Luv Bug Remix) by Hurby Luv Bug (
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tramp (Remix) / Push It (Remix) on Discogs/5(8).
  4. Salt 'N' Pepa ‎– "Tramp (Remix) / Push It" Next Plateau Records Inc. ‎– NP 45 rpm 12" Single. A1 Tramp (Remix) A3 Tramp (Acapella) B1 Push It End date: May 05,
  5. Format: 7" Vinyl, Year: , Label: Next Plateau Records (KF), Length: Release “Tramp (remix) / Push It (remix)” by Salt‐N‐Pepa - MusicBrainz Log In.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Push It / Tramp on Discogs. Label: London Records - LDSX • Format: Vinyl 12 Salt 'N' Pepa - Push It / Tramp (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(14).
  7. This record in particular means alot to me because I remember when I bought it and was surprised that the vinyl was RED. That was a total shocker to me so imagine how a 13 year old felt getting one of his first 12" singles and to find out it was red. Anyways. much love to Cheryl,Sandy and DeeDee aka SALT N PEPA and SPINDERELLA.
  8. 15 rows · When released as a single in late , "Tramp"—a song from Salt 'N' Pepa's album [i]Hot, Cool & Vicious[/i]—was given a new remix and was paired with a risqué new jam, "Push It" as a B-side. For B-side of the 7", San Francisco DJ Cameron Paul provided a tightened-up edit of "Push It"/5().
  9. "Push It" is a song by the hip hop group Salt-N-Pepa. It was released as the B-side of the "Tramp" single in , and as its own single in It peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Hot in early and, after initially peaking at number 41 in the UK, it re-entered the charts after the group performed the track at Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday concert, eventually peaking at number two.

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