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Plug - Drum 'n Bass For Papa (US edition)



Plug Drum N Bass For Papa
Plug - Drum 'n Bass For Papa
[Nothing Records, US Release, 1997-09]
Catalogue # : [INTD2-90148]

Info :
Pressage américain de l'album de Plug, qui contient 2 remixes de Plug ("Cut" et "A Subtle Blend").
"Life of the Mind" n'est pas présent a cause d'un problème de clearing de samples (autorisations d'utiliser des échantillons provenant d'une autre oeuvre). Le second disque contient une majorité des EP de Plug (voir plus bas). Cheesy (Amen Mix) est la même chanson que "Cheesy (Aura Mix)".
Note : 5/5

Tracklisting Disc One :
01. Me & Mr. Jones
02. Drum 'n' Bass For Papa
03. Cut ['97 Remix]
04. Feelings
05. I Freak Techniques
06. Delicious
07. DBC
08. Maker of All
09. A Subtle Blend
Tracklisting Disc Two :
01. 6.07
02. 7.44
03. 7.10
04. 3.41
05. Military Jazz
06. Pitch Blender
07. Cheesy (Gigolo Mix)
08. Cheesy (Amen Mix)
09. Brave Lick
10. Tuff Rinse
11. Versatile
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