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Aceyalone - Grand Imperial



Aceyalone Grand Imperial
Aceyalone - Grand Imperial
(CD) Label : Project Blowed / Decon DCN35, 2006-05-15

Tracklisting :
01. Grand Imperial / produced by Kenny Segal
02. Everything Changes feat. Mystic / produced by Z-Trip
03. Push feat. Zulu / produced by Beat Science
04. Sunsets & Waterfalls feat. Otherwize & Pterradacto / produced by Aziph of The Crux
05. Pose / produced by Chris Craft
06. Never Come Back / produced by RJD2
07. Angelina Valintina / produced by RJD2
08. Makebalillia Live
09. Doin ' My Job (UK Remix) / produced by The Functionist
10. Too To the Max / produced by Morgan Z
11. Impact / produced by RJD2

Links :
projectblowed.com
myspace.com/aceyalone
deconmedia.com

Press Release :
New Limited Edition Mixtape from ACEYALONE featuring 9 exclusive tracks, remixes and more. 3 tracks produced by RJD2 not on 'Magnificent City', plus a Z-TRIP collaboration, a live medley of 'Makeba' and 'Annalillia' and a bunch of other goodies.

Press Release (french) :
Suite au succès de "Magnificient City", ACEYALONE nous présente ce mix cd (collector édition) pressé pour le monde à 7500 exemplaires, un véritable must pour tous les vrais fans d 'Acey. 11 titres produits par RJD2, Z Trip, Beat Science,Chris Craft, The Functionist etc...
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