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Rhythm Nation - What You Gonna Do Album
Performer: Rhythm Nation
Title: What You Gonna Do
Style: Euro House
Year 1996
Country Canada
Label Popular Records
Catalog Number PR1 3088
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 156
MP3 size: 1123 mb
FLAC size: 2323 mb
WMA size: 2011 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Rhythm Nation - What You Gonna Do Album


1What You Gonna Do (Primetime Dub)
Remix – Dan Mazor, Fabian Strong
2What You Gonna Do (Everything Butt Mix)
3What You Gonna Do (Primetime Instrumental Mix)
Remix – Dan Mazor, Fabian Strong
4What You Gonna Do (Original Mix)


  • ProducerGQ, D.Mazor, Fabian Strong
  • Written-ByG.St.Kitts, Point Blank


G.St.Kitts/Point Blank...St.Kitts Music (SOCAN)
℗1996 St.Kitts Music, under exclusive license from St.Kitts Music
©1996 Popular Records
Distributed in Canada by Warner Music Canada Ltd. (3751 Victoria Park Avenue, Scarborough, Ontorio, Canada, M1W 3Z4)

The four-point MAPL icons (Music, Artist, Performance, Lyrics) indicate tracks are 100% Canadian Content (CanCon)


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PR1 3088-A [AVC, enclosed in a rhombus] [NSC, enclosed in a circle] MADE IN CANADA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PR1 3088-B [AVC, enclosed in a rhombus] [NSC, enclosed in a circle] MADE IN CANADA
  • Rights Society: SOCAN


  • Licensed From – St. Kitts Music
  • Distributed By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – St. Kitts Music
  • Copyright (c) – Popular Records
  • Pressed By – Acme Vinyl Corp.
  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation


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