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The Getaway Black Monday (Ninja Tune Remixes)



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The Getaway Black Monday (Ninja Tune Remixes)
(3x12inch/Promo CD) TGBM001-002-003, 2004-12-10

CD Tracklisting:
01 Diplo - Mitch Theme Remix
02 Amon Tobin - Black Monday Theme Remix
03 Lotek Hi-Fi - 2 Sides (Russian Theme Remix No. 2)
04 Blockhead - Shoreditch Theme Remix
05 Amon Tobin - Flash Forward (End Theme Remix)
06 Lotek Lo-Fi - Russian Theme Remix

TGBM001 12inch Tracklisting:
A1 Diplo - Mitch Theme Remix
A2 Amon Tobin - Black Monday Theme Remix

TGBM002 12inch Tracklisting:
A1 Lotek Hi-Fi - 2 Sides (Russian Theme Remix No. 2)
A2 Blockhead - Shoreditch Theme Remix

TGBM003 12inch Tracklisting:
A1 Amon Tobin - Flash Forward (End Theme Remix)
A2 Lotek Lo-Fi - Russian Theme Remix


CD Artwork:


3x12inch Artwork:

Note:
All 12inches came without sleeves and are one sided with all tracks on A side.
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Nixon Reid Nixon Reid ·  17 October 2008, 09:02

I've been searching for the PS2's theme track to 'The Getaway-Black Monday'. Do you have a full version I can get my hands on? I can't see how to buy it on this site and iTunes doesn't have it. Can you point me in the write direction?
thanks


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