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DJ Logic - The Zen of Logic



DJ Logic The Zen of Logic
best of 2006DJ Logic - The Zen of Logic
(CD) Ropeadope, 2006-07-11

Tracklisting :
01. Peace Y'All (I Am In The House) 02. 9th Ward Blues | MP3
03. Balifon Planet
04. Hypnotic
05. Interlude #1
06. Simmer Slow
07. Afro Beat
08. One Time
09. Something Distant
10. Hope Road
11. Smackness
12. Interlude #2
13. Rat Pack
14. Holding Down

Links :
djlogic.com
myspace.com/projectlogic
ropeadope.com

Press release :
Beat meets west as one of the world's most accomplished turntablists returns with the long-awaited follow-up to 2002's The Anomaly (ropeadope/Atlantic). Produced by long-time collaborator Scotty Hard (Wu-Tang, Prince Paul), Zen Of Logic travels down many paths, all linked by two turntables and a mixer. From afro-dub (featuring Antibalas), ghetto funk (featuring John Medeski), what is jazz? (featuring Charlie Hunter), and back-handed hip hop (with MCs SubConscious and Creature), Logic has created a modern day mix-up masterpiece that will please all mad (iPod) shufflers.
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