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Chocolate Weasel - Music For Body Lockers



Chocolate Weasel - Music For Body Lockers
Chocolate Weasel - Music For Body Lockers
(12"/CDS) Ninja Tune ZEN1266/ZENCDS66, 1998-02

Duo of T Power and Chris Stevens turning their attention to more experimental abstract breakbeats for the Ninja Tune label.

Chocolate Weasel - Music For Body Lockers
Chocolate Weasel - Music For Body Lockers
(12"/CDS) Ninja Tune ZEN1266/ZENCDS66, 1998-02

CDS Tracklisting:
01 Music For Body Lockers (Radio Edit)
02 Music For Body Lockers (Reworked From Shatner's Bassoon)
03 Music For Body Lockers (Dub For Lazy Loafers)
04 Music For Body Lockers (Album Version)
05 Music For Body Lockers (Reprised For Body Croppers)

12" Tracklisting:
A1 Music For Body Lockers (Album Version)
A2 Music For Body Lockers (Reprised For Body Croppers)
B1 Music For Body Lockers (Reworked From Shatner's Bassoon)
B2 Music For Body Lockers (Dub For Lazy Loafers)

Links :
ninjatune.net/ninja/release.php?id=139
discogs.com/artist/Chocolate+Weasel
myspace.com/crisquotinabitquot
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T_Power
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