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Flash Is Back
Studio Album by Grandmaster Flash (dj)
Released 1998
Recorded
Genre/Style Old school hip-hop
Length 60:51
Label Marlboro Music
Producer(s) Arthur Baker
Writer(s)
Last album Salsoul Jam 2000
This album
Next album The Official Adventures of Grandmaster Flash

Flash Is Back is the sixth studio album released in 1998 by Grandmaster Flash. The music was co-written with Arthur Baker with Flash writing all the lyrics. It was his first studio release since On the Strength in 1988 and his first solo album since Ba-Dop-Boom-Bang in 1987. He would not release another studio album until The Bridge (Concept of a Culture) in 2009.

It was released on Marlboro Music (a small record label owned by the famous cigarette company) in Germany only and was distributed by BMG. A double vinyl LP and a CD version were issued. No singles were released from the album.


Track listingEdit

1. "Groove To Get Down" - 4:14

2. "Gotta Get Busy" - 4:53

3. "Whatever the Hell it's Working" - 5:20

4. "This is the Way" - 4:30

5. "Sex on the Scratch" - 4:53

6. "Coolcuts" - 4:55

7. "Let's Have Some Action" - 2:56

8. "Brothers be Fronting" - 2:55

9. "Flashes Theme" - 3:51

10. "Little Bit of Flash" (Midfield General Skint Mix) - 8:04

11. "Flash is Back" (Danielson For Skint Mix) - 5:27

PersonnelEdit

SinglesEdit

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See AlsoEdit

Grandmaster Flash
Studio albums They Said It Couldn't Be Done · The Source · Ba-Dop-Boom-Bang · Flash Is Back · The Bridge (Concept of a Culture)
Compilation albums Greatest Messages · Message from Beat Street · The Greatest Mixes · Adventures on the Wheels of Steel · Salsoul Jam 2000 · Essential Cuts · Essential Mix: Classic Edition · Essential Cuts · Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel and the Furious Five: The Definitive Groove Collection · The Essential Grandmaster Flash
with the Furious Five The Message · On the Strength
Songs "The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel" · "The Message" · "Magic Carpet Ride" (with Steppenwolf)
Related articles Discography · Melle Mel · Sugar Hill Records · Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five
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