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Square Records 002

This is limited to 1000 copies worldwide only and will never be repressed. Dj Yakuza from Turkey gives the modern Disco treatment to Mr Saadiq. A big tune on the dancefloor as it builds and builds and builds. The track With no beats from Nas now has some beats but instead of opting for straight up Hip Hop drums DJ Yakuza goes for the Brazilian/ Bossa take. An officially commissioned mix from Mr Jones, wich never officially got released due to sample clearance issues finally gets its rightfull place on wax. The Pharcyde's all time Hip Hop classic gets the warm and heavy and fuzzy funk feel.

Square Records 002
Various - Square Records 002
(Limited edition 1000 copies 12 inch) Square Records SQRC102, 2010-08-02

Tracklisting :
A1. Raphael Saadiq - 100 Yard Dash (Dj Yakuza Remix)
A2. Nas & Jay Electronica - Queens Get The Money (Dj Yakuza Remix)
B1. Tom Jones - Give A Little Love (Lack Of Afro & Andy Smith Remix)
B2. The Pharcyde - Passin Me By (Lack Of Afro & Andy Smith Remix)

Note : Strictly Limited Edition. 1000 Pressed Up Worldwide. Never To Be Repressed

Links :
Buy on Juno or etchshop.co.uk
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