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Malcolm X - No Sell Out mp3 download Performer: Malcolm X
Album: No Sell Out
Country: France
Released: 1984
Style: Electro, Political, Funk, Conscious
Size MP3: 1882 mb.
Size FLAC: 1444 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 204
Other Formats: AU RA MP1 MPC MIDI DMF AC3

The voice of Malcolm X in "No Sell Out" is taken from various speeches recorded in the early nineteen sixties. And Malcolm X, were he not cut down in the prime of his life, would have gone on to exert political power and create social change that one can only imagine-and the possibilities are extraordinary. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 7 Helpful.

Album by Malcolm X. No Sell Out by Malcolm X feat. The Ballot or the Bullet by Malcolm X (1964). You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate the Tree by Malcolm X (1992). was sampled in. Black and Proud by Intelligent Hoodlum (1990).

Album: A Complete Introduction to Sugar Hill Records. A Complete Introduction to Sugar Hill Records: Best 2 songs. The Sugarhill Gang & The Furious Five - Showdown 05:53.

Malcolm X Keith Leblanc No Sell Out. 800 800. 6. 1. Malcolm X Png - Malcolm X Transparent. 9. Black History - Malcolm X And Fidel Castro.


A No Sell Out (Vocal) 5:44
B No Sell Out (Instrumental) 7:09

Companies, etc.

  • Engineered At – Sweet Mountain Studios
  • Mixed At – Unique Recording
  • Edited At – Love Sound Studio
  • Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
  • Published By – Marshall Chess Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Rapp Beat Music
  • Pressed By – Sound Makers
  • Distributed By – Tommy Boy Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tommy Boy Music
  • Copyright (c) – Tommy Boy Music


  • Bass Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Reggie Griffin
  • Design [Sleeve Design], Typography – Overnight Type & Graphics
  • Drum Programming [Oberheim DMX, Emu-Drumulator] – Keith LeBlanc
  • Engineer – Eric Thorngren
  • Executive-Producer – Marshall Chess Music, Inc.
  • Liner Notes – Dr. B. Shabazz*
  • Mastered By – Herbie Jr*
  • Mixed By – Chris Lord Alge*
  • Photography By – Robert Haggins
  • Producer, Music By – Keith LeBlanc
  • Synthesizer [Voyetra, Mini-moog] – Keith LeBlanc, Reggie Griffin
  • Vocals – Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz)*
  • Words By – Malcolm X


The voice of Malcolm X is taken from various speeches recorded in the early 1960's.

Produced for Marshall Chess Music, Inc.
Engineered at Sweet Mountain Studio, Englewood, NJ
Mixed at Unique Recording Studios, New York
Vocal Edits: Love Sound Studio, Hartford, Ct.
Published by Marshall Chess Music, Inc. / Rapp Beat Music, BMI
© 1984 Ⓟ 1983 Tommy Boy Music
Jacket made in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout): TB-840-A-RE % S-11360 MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK Herbie Jr :) *PRESSED AT SOUND MAKERS,*N.J.
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout): TB-840-B-RE S-11361 MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK Herbie Jr :) *PRESSED AT SOUND MAKERS,*N.J.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
311050 Malcolm X No Sell Out ‎(12") Vogue Productions, Tommy Boy 311050 France 1983
TB 840 Malcolm X No Sell Out ‎(12", Promo) Tommy Boy TB 840 US 1983
TB 840 Malcolm X No Sell Out ‎(12", Promo) Tommy Boy TB 840 US 1983
12 Rek 058 Malcolm X No Sell Out ‎(12", Maxi, TP) Stranded Rekords 12 Rek 058 Sweden 1984
TBCD 840 Malcolm X No Sell Out ‎(CD, Maxi) Tommy Boy TBCD 840 US 1993

Not a particularly exciting record in my opinion, just as boring as all those Martin Luther King Jr. sampling acid house records from a few years later. And to remark on a previous comment, this is not the first "sampling" record ever, electronic music has been sampling since the 1960s that I know of, if that what was meant by "sampling record". Steve Reich, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, The Sugarhill Gang, hundreds more I don't care to type out or may even be aware of...
This is maybe the most essential moment for electronic dance music and truly masterpiece in itself. It's considered to be the first tune ever to use the DMX drum programming, and the first ever sampling record. There's everything in it - musical quality, technical innovation, message breaking the borders, excellent record cover... Top.
raveboy You got your facts mixed up there ,1982 malcolm mclaren buffalo gals is dmx( via trevor horn of buggles wich produced) , this 82 single is whereleblanc got the mustard from,by 1983 almost every chartrecord used dmx drums and across all genres, soft cell art of falling apart, elo secret messages ,ryan paris , even zztopEliminator album , as far as sampling goes , tapesampling and edits found its infancy on david vorhaus white noise in the late 60s , for digital memory sampling Tangerine dream was the first band using sampled drums with magnetic core memory ( sounds stored in magnets as binary code wich where then triggered by sequencers 1978) so did ymo from 1980 onwards, use of melodic digital sampling started with the likes of buggles, abc look of love 12inch , the korgis everybody learns sometime 1980,gabriel shock the monkey,robin scott official secrets act 1980 , so all of this way before 1983