Fat Boys is the self-titled first studio album by hip hop group The Fat Boys on May 29, 1984 by Sutra Records. Album was produced by Kurtis Blow. LP is dedicated to the memory of Rebecca Wimbely and William (Divine) Santos. Album peaked at number 48 on the US Billboard 200, and number 6 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on May 6, 1985.
The boys were in line for the scale in the locker room. Bruce did not need, however, to remind himself that he was only wearing a tight pair of smiley-face boxer shorts in a room filled with friends, peers, and strangers and Steven! Itachi-Roxas 417 43 Weapon of Choice Stamp MikkoToivonen 124 25 Bulk Season Whalemate 521 26 Fat Boy Slim Time.
Cool J, and Whodini, the Fat Boys were the finest that hip-hop's "Second Generation" (as it was called) had to offer. After making some noise as the Disco Three, the rotund Brooklynites changed their name to the Fat Boys in 1984 and hit big with this excellent debut album, which is humorous, wildly entertaining, and unapologetically funky. Everything from "Fat Boys" to the amusing "Jailhouse Rap" proves that their rapping skills were first-rate
Written-By – D. Reeve*, L. Smith*, S. Abbatiello*
|A3||Can You Feel It?
Written-By – D. Ogrin*
Written-By – R. Miller*, W. Waring*
|B2||The Place To Be||4:26|
|B3||Human Beat Box||2:16|
|B4||Don't You Dog Me
Written-By – D. Harris*
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|251 987-1||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Sutra Records||251 987-1||France||1984|
|540110||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Buddah Records, Vogue||540110||France||1984|
|SUS-1015||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||Sutra Records, Buddah Records||SUS-1015||Canada||1984|
|6.26884, 251 987-1||Fat Boys||Fat Boys (LP, Album)||TELDEC, TELDEC||6.26884, 251 987-1||Germany||1984|