"Here we go... here we go... here we go, here we go, here we go."Going through the stacks of vinyl, I found this release a few weeks ago and didn't think too much about it. After doing some research through "The Rap Records, 1st Edition" by Freddy Fresh, I began to realize the significance of this record. Released by Profile Records in 1985, the actual recording may have been in 1983, (They mention 83 in the cut.) That would make the song 25 years old at the time of this writing, Rap History. The more I listen, the more I like the rawness of the recording. The live aspect, the crowd, all makes it sound like a party that you want to get into. Who cares about slick production. I like this record. It may go up for sale, but for now its in the favorites section of my collection.