|1||Push It (Remix)||4:26|
|2||Beauty And The Beat
Drums – Chris Parker
|4||I'll Take Your Man||5:04|
|5||It's All Right||4:11|
|6||Chick On The Side (Remix)||4:54|
Producer – Stephen KeittVocals – Delores Drewy*, Kelly Charles
|9||My Mic Sounds Nice||4:06|
|PL1007, PL 1007||Salt 'N Pepa*||Hot Cool Vicious (LP, Album)||Next Plateau Records Inc., Next Plateau Records Inc.||PL1007, PL 1007||US||1986|
|834 399-1||Salt 'N' Pepa||Hot, Cool & Vicious (LP, Album)||Next Plateau Records Inc., London Records||834 399-1||Canada||1987|
|PL1007||Salt 'N Pepa*||Hot, Cool & Vicious (LP, Album, RE)||Next Plateau Records Inc.||PL1007||US||1987|
|P2 28363||Salt 'N' Pepa||Hot, Cool & Vicious (CD, Album, RE)||London Records||P2 28363||US||1988|
|PL1007||Salt 'N Pepa*||Hot, Cool & Vicious (LP, Album, RP)||Next Plateau Records Inc.||PL1007||US||1986|
Hot, Cool, & Vicious is the 1986 debut album by American rap group Salt'n Pepa. Released by Next Plateau Records on December 8, 1986, it was one of the first albums to be released by an all-female rap group. Hot, Cool, & Vicious also became the first album by a female rap group act to attain gold and platinum status in America. The album features the songs "The Show Stoppa (Is Stupid Fresh)" and "I'll Take Your Man", recorded and released prior to the full album's release.
Album: Hot Cool and Vicious. Song: It's All Right. Hey-a, forward the music selector. We get tougher, aye (??) Salt and Pepa draw the people into hysterics. With the serious lyrics, right? It's all right. Now it's ruckus time in the place tonight. Salt and Pepa has just comandeered the mic. Hurby the producer ain't no joke. He always makes sure the beats are dope.
Complete sua coleção de Salt 'N Pepa. The very first album of Salt N Pepa (1986),where they used the sample of the Amen break, side B track 2 (I Desire). I know that only some artists used the Amen break,3rd Bass,2 Live Crew,some hardcore hip/hop bands and of course in (1988) . ,which is most famous song after that the Amen got used in the hardcore/jungle scene from 1991 till today! The combination with hardcore lyrics and the break is awesome,its like combinding 2 forces
Album · 1986 · 9 Songs. The Best Of Salt-N-Pepa: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection. Push It (Best Of). 1999.
Considering how little Salt-n-Pepa actually rap on "Push It," which is all about its instrumental hook, they maintain a surprisingly strong presence over most of Hot, Cool & Vicious. No, they aren't technical virtuosos on the mic, but their fairly basic raps are carried off with brash confidence and enthusiasm. Some of the other key tracks borrow ideas from outside sources: the single "Tramp" is a rap remake of the Otis & Carla soul classic, and "The Show Stopper" is an answer record to Doug E. Fresh's "The Show
Hot, Cool & Vicious. By: Salt 'N' Pepa (1986, Hip Hop). More albums from Salt 'N' Pepa: Very Necessary by Salt 'N' Pepa. Blacks’ Magic by Salt 'N' Pepa. Brand New by Salt 'N' Pepa. View all albums . About.
Hot, Cool & Vicious. Release Date: 1986-12-08. Salt-N-Pepa.
BPM Profile Hot, Cool & Vicious. Album starts at 127BPM, ends at 91BPM (-36), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by SaltNPepa.