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Def Beat Remixes Vol.8 presents DJ Shadow



Def Beat Remixes Vol.8 presents DJ Shadow
Def Beat Remixes Vol.8 presents DJ Shadow
(2xLP) Def Beat Remixes DBRLP008, 2006

2xLP Tracklisting:
A1 Entropy (Part C - Count and Estimate) - Dj Shadow Ft. Gift Of Gab
A2 Six Days - (Dj Shadow Remix)
A3 '89.9 Megamix' - Dj Shadow (Scratches by Dj Shadow + Dj Krush / Additional Beats + Scratches by Dj Shadow)
B1 Drums Of Death - Dj Shadow
B2 Midnight In A Perfect World - Portishead (Dj Shadow Remix)
B3 The Good Bad And The Chutney- Dj Shadow & Dan The Automator
B4 Holy Calamity (Bear Witness II) - Handsome Boy Modeling School
C1 Meiso - Dj Krush + The Roots (Dj Shadow Remix)
C2 Hardcore (Instrumental) Hip Hop - Groove Robbers Ft. Dj Shadow
C3 Organ Donor - (Extended Overhaul)
C4 Waiting List - Dr Octagon (Dj Shadow/Automator Mix)
D1 The Gloaming - Radiohead (Dj Shadow Remix)
D2 Painkiller (Kill The Pain Mix) - Dj Shadow (Depeche Mode Remix)
D3 Number Song - Dj Shadow (LP Version)

Note: Track B4 are listed but dont exists on the vinyl.

2xLP Artwork:
Djouls

Djouls

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