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Beat Street is the sixth studio album by the Canadian rock band Prism. It was the last of two Prism studio albums featuring the lead vocalist Henry Small, who had replaced Ron Tabak after his forced departure in 1981.
Beat Street (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Volume 1 and Beat Street (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Volume 2 are soundtrack albums for the 1984 drama film of the same name. It was released in 1984 by Atlantic Records.
Beat Street is the sixth studio album by the Canadian rock band Prism. It features high-profile guest backing vocalists, including the Eagles' co-lead singer Timothy B. Schmit, Toto's lead singer Bobby Kimball and Chicago's lead singer Bill Champlin. Beat Street" was received negatively by the majority of music critics and it was also a commercial disappointment; failing to reach the Billboard Top 200 and peaked outside the chart at However, Prism found some success with the single "I Don't Want to Want You Anymore.
Beat Street is an American 1984 drama film featuring New York City hip hop culture of the early 1980s; breakdancing, DJing, and graffiti. Set in the South Bronx, the film follows the lives of a pair of brothers and their group of friends, all of whom are devoted to various elements of early hip hop culture. Kenny Kirkland (Guy Davis) is a budding disc jockey and MC, and his younger brother Lee (Robert Taylor) is a hardcore b-boy who dances with Beat Street Breakers (the New York City Breakers)
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