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Solid Steel Presents Amon Tobin - Recorded Live



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Solid Steel Presents Amon Tobin - Recorded Live
(Mixed CD) Ninja Tune ZENCD90, 2004-07-12

Tracklisting:
01 Amon Tobin - Intro
02 Amon Tobin - Chronic Tronic
03 DJ Food - Dark Lady
04 Tipper - Twister
05 Amon Tobin - Verbal
06 AFX - Remix By AFX
07 Mob Nation - Got Numb
08 Cherrystones - Pressure Cooker
09 As One - Soul Soul Soul
10 Danny Breaks - Science Fu (part 1)
11 Amon Tobin - Marine Machine
12 Interlude: You's A Jaco Pastorius Looking Motherfucker
13 Facs & Scythe - Schmalla
14 Amon Tobin - Couger Merkin
15 Silent Witness & Break - Higher Rates
16 T Power - Cuba (Original)
17 Icarus - Moon Palace
18 Controller 7 - Reactionary
19 Topogigio - Nakatali
20 Amon Tobin - Yasawas
21 Amon Tobin - Night Life
22 Amon Tobin - Fear
23 Amon Tobin - Escape
24 Future Prophecies - Deep Impact
25 Exile - Spanner in the Worx
26 Deep Roots - Allergic
27 Suspicious Circumstance - Completely Real
28 Silent Witness & Break - Total Recall
29 Dizzee Rascal - Sittin Here
30 Amon Tobin - Proper Hoodidge
31 Amon Tobin - Four Ton Mantis
32 Amon Tobin - Hey Blondie
33 The Velvet Underground - Venus in Furs
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Note: This is the fourth in a series of Solid Steel mixes - collect them all.
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