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Loik - P Is The One



Loik P Is the One
Loik - P Is The One
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Kraked, 2006-07-16

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Special P-Funk
While working on new tracks at Kraked Records, Papa George graced us with some jingles, ranting about Paris DJs being the real thing. You might find bits and pieces of that in this new 30 mn party-style P-Funk action mix from Loik...

Tracklisting :
01. Parliament - P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)
(from 'Mothership Connection' album, 1975 / Casablanca)
02. Fuzzy Haskins - Not Yet
(from 'Radio Active' album, 1978 / Westbound)
03. Ruth Copeland - Suburban Family Lament
(from 'I Am What I Am' album, 1971 / Invictus)
04. Parliament - All Your Goodies Are Gone
(from 'Up For The Down Stroke' album, 1974 / Casablanca)
05. Funkadelic - Loose Booty
(from 'America Eats Its Young' album, 1972 / Westbound)
06. Parliament - The Bing Bang Theory
(from 'Gloryhallastoopid' album, 1979 / Casablanca)

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Info :
Selected and mixed by Loik (Kraked)
Artwork by Fourmy [+ Djouls]
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grace grace ·  18 July 2006, 04:29

is it you Monty ?

loik loik ·  18 July 2006, 05:02

Sory ,grace it's just his partner!

Funkamatic Funkamatic ·  24 July 2006, 10:55

Quelle bonne idée de rappeler qui est le grand G.C
Je m'en remet pas d'avoir oublié un mocreau comme The Bing Bang Theory, du disque "Gloryhallastoopid' .
je me dégoute ! comment j'ai fait ! Arrh !


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