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Badmeaningood vol. 3 - Peanut Butter Wolf



badmeaningood vol 3 peanut butter wolf
Badmeaningood vol. 3 - Peanut Butter Wolf - Personal. Musical. A hip hop chronicle.
(Ultimate Dilemma 2003) Selected by Peanut Butter Wolf

Note : **** (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Intro
02 Grandmaster Flash - New Adventures Of Grandmaster Flash
03 Lord Alibaski - Top Gun
04 The 45 King - Funk Box (We Want To Hear The Beat Box)
05 Iron Butterfly - Soul Experience
06 Johnny Hammond - Fantasy
07 Roy Ayers - Can't You See Me
08 Alicia Myers - Don't Stop What You're Doin'
09 Bernard Wright - The Master Rocker
10 B Beat Girls - Jungle Swing
11 The Human League - Hard Times
12 Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out
13 Cold Crush Brothers - Punk Rock Rap
14 Michael White - Let Love Be Your Magic Carpet
15 Prince Far I - Black Man Land
16 Jungle Brothers - I'm Gonna Do You
17 Charizma & PB Wolf - My World Premiere
18 Keni Burke - Risin' To The Top (Snowboy's Acoustic Version)

Liens :
ultimate dilemma recordings
ultimate-dilemma.com - Le site officiel du label Ultimate Dilemma
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