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Bass Patrol

Bass Patrol

Bass Patrol


Bass Patrol was a Miami Bass group signed to Jose Armada Jr.'s Joey Boy records, although technically, two separate groups. The first Bass Patrol made waves with their debut album Rock this Planet in 1988. The sound was a vocoder driven Electro Bass album released on the heels of the era's successful tracks by similarly themed acts Dynamix II, Maggotron, and MC A.D.E. The project seemed to be spearheaded by Calvin and Carlton Mills, Joey Boy Records' in house production team (also known as Rock Force) Read more on Last.fm
Bass Patrol was a Miami Bass group signed to Jose Armada Jr.'s Joey Boy records, although technically, two separate groups. The first Bass Patrol made waves with their debut album Rock this Planet in 1988. The sound was a vocoder driven Electro Bass album released on the heels of the era's successful tracks by similarly themed acts Dynamix II, Maggotron, and MC A.D.E. The project seemed to be spearheaded by Calvin and Carlton Mills, Joey Boy Records' in house production team (also known as Rock Force), and featured Miami area radio DJ Eddy Mix. As this entity, Bass Patrol released little else, and found limited success. Joey Boy Records was known to own acts' names and reassign them to new groups.

In this case, the label signed Orlando area producer DJ Fury and rapper RX Lord, then assigned them the Bass Patrol moniker. The duo was far less Electro oriented. Similar to Tampa Bay area Quad Force, this incarnation of Bass Patrol bridged the car audio bass scene, and the 3rd wave "booty bass" scene when they released the album Kings of Bass in 1992 as the label attempted to cash in on the marketing formula that made DJ Magic Mike the commercial success within the Bass scene. The acts success, and the label's loss of Rock Force, caused DJ Fury to become somewhat of a replacement in house producer, as well as a solo artist. As Bass Patrol, he continued to produce several albums for the label until Jose Armada Jr.

slimmed down operations before finally revamping his group of labels into a Gospel music outfit. DJ Fury continues to make music today for his own Full Moon Music, although not under the Bass Patrol name. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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