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Dj Food - Refried Food Pts. 5 And 6



dj food refried food 5 and 6
Dj Food - Refried Food Pts. 5 And 6
(2x12") Ninja Tune ZEN2156BX, 1995

Info :
Mr Scruff - Ninja Tune Megamix : Rien d'extraordinaire dans ce megamix jungle djfoodesque de Mr Scruff. Mais ├ža reste un track rigolo, comme pas mal des prods du Scruff. Pas transcendant ni indispensable, en tous cas..
Note : 3/5 (Djouls)

dj food refried food 5 and 6
Dj Food - Refried Food Pts. 5 And 6
(2x12") Ninja Tune ZEN2156BX, 1995

Tracklisting :
A1. Dj Food - Half Step (Doctor Rockit Mix)
A2. Dj Food - Turtle Soup (Wagon Christ Mix)
B1. Dj Food - Mella (Drive Faster Mix by The Herbaliser)
B2. Dj Food - B Boy (Dj Vadim)
B3. Dj Food - Dark River (The Angel Mix)
C1. Mr Scruff - Ninja Tune Megamix
D1. Jeep Beat Collective - Wildstyle Beatfreaks Megamix
D2. Dj Food - Stop Phink (Hidden Chipsters Mix)

LP Box Artwork (ZEN1256BX)


Note:
The Box Edition was sold with ZEN2156 only, but was made so collectors could add ZEN2112 and ZEN2134 as well.
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