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Scratchology - Mixed by The X-Ecutionners



scratchology the x-ecutionners
Scratchology - Mixed by The X-Ecutionners
(Sequence 2003) Selected by X-Ecutionners

Note : **** (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Intro (What Is A Scratch) - The X-ecutionners
02 The Adventures Of Grandmaster Flash On The Wheels Of Steel
03 Military Cut - Grand Wizard Theodore
04 Rock It - Herbie Hancock
05 Like This (Full & Fresh) - Mixmaster Gee & The Turntable
06 2-3 Break - Rob Swift
07 Ugly People Be Quite - DJ Cash Money & Marvelous Marvin
08 Product Of The Environment - 3rd Bass
09 One For The Treble - Dave DMX
10 Shut Em Down (Pete Rock Mix) - Public Enemy
11 DJ Premier In Deep Concentration - Gang Starr
12 Interlude - The X-ecutioners
13 Dilated Junkies - Dilated Peoples
14 Interlude - The X-ecutioners
15 Felonious Funk - D-Styles
16 Premier's X-ecution - The X-ecutioners
17 I'll Kick Ya Ass - Roc Raida
18 Razorblade Alcohol Slide - DJ Qbert & D Styles

Liens :
sequence records
sequencerecords.com - Le site officiel du label Sequence
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