Big & Beautiful

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Big & Beautiful
Studio album by The Fat Boys
Released May 6, 1986
Recorded Brooklyn Music Factory
D&D Studios
Quad Recording Studios
Synth-Net, Inc.
Genre Old school hip hop
Length 37:23
Label Sutra
Producer Dave Ogrin, Fresh Gordon, Mark Morales, Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson, Albert Cabrera & Tony Moran
The Fat Boys chronology
The Fat Boys Are Back
Big & Beautiful
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Big & Beautiful is the third studio album by hip hop group The Fat Boys, released in May 1986 through Sutra Records; this would be their last release on that label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sex Machine" (James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Ron Lenhoff) - 4:46
  2. "Go For It" (Mark Morales, Gordon Pickett, Jalil Hutchins) - 4:33
  3. "Breakdown" (Mark Morales, Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson, Tony Moran, Albert Cabrera) - 4:12
  4. "Double-O Fat Boys" (Dave Ogrin) - 5:01
  5. "Big & Beautiful" (Dave Ogrin, Mark Morales, Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson) - 4:25
  6. "Rapp Symphony (In C-Minor)" (Mark Morales, Gordon Pickett) - 4:01
  7. "Human Beat Box, Part III" (Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson, Mark Morales) - 4:12
  8. "In The House" (Mark Morales, Gordon Pickett) - 4:12
  9. "Beat Box Is Rockin'" (Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson, Mark Morales, Gary Rottger) - 3:36


  • Musicians: Fresh Gordon, Doug Grama, Jeff Johnson, Mark Morales, Dave Ogrin, Darren Robinson, Gary Rottger
  • Background vocals: Peter Lewis, Cindy Mizelle, Peter Sturge, Audrey Wheeler, Alyson Williams
  • Recording and mixing engineers: Doug Grama, Dave Ogrin, Bobby Di Riso
  • Mastering: Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
  • Executive producer: Charles Stettler
  • Photography: Howard Menken
  • Design: Lynda West


Chart (1986) Peak
Billboard Top R&B Albums 10
Billboard 200 62
Year Song Chart Peak
1986 "Sex Machine" Hot Black Singles 23
1986 "In the House" Hot Black Singles 51


  1. ^ Music, All. The Fat Boys: Big & Beautiful > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 17 February 2013.

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