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Hydroponic Sound System - Funky Excavation



Hydroponic Sound System Funky Excavation
Hydroponic Sound System - Funky Excavation
(12") Rudiments / Concent Productions, Inc., 2008-07-01

Tracklisting :
01. Hydro Soundclash
02. This Just In
03. All Right
04. Lone Star Uprising
05. Percy Keeps His Disco Dubby
06. Open Mic@the Soular Roller Rink
07. M.J.Q.P.R.J.J.P
08. Shock The Spot
09. Uptown Shakedown
10. Battle Break Africa
11. OST for Zonin'
12. The Deafening Screams of Silence
13. Routine Insanity
14. Heat

Links :
alt-take.com
myspace.com/hydroponicsoundsystem

Press Release :
It's been a minute since we've had any updates, but we've been busy. We've done music for the documentaries Stop The Presses and Inside The Circle. Both great flicks and we're proud to have gotten down.

But for the first time in a while there are some new Hydro releases thanks to our Japanese friends at Rudiments and Concent.

Funky Excavation is a 14 track heater of some of our favorite cuts compiled for a Japanese-only release. If you want to get in on that action, try Amazon right hurr.

The disc contains a previously unreleased track called "The Deafening Screams of Silence".
(Source : alt-take.com)

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