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Various - The Deadly 7'' Sins

Various - The Deadly 7" Sins
breakin bread the deadly 7 sins
Quantic - We Got Soul? (Rob Life remix)
Beats in Progress feat. Quantic - Crumpet Chase (Quantic remix)
on Various - The Deadly 7" Sins
(CD/2xLP) Breakin' Bread BNB008, 2002-03-11

Tracklisting :
1. Intro
2. Quantic - Fresh Rhythm
3. Rob Life - Ok, We're Rollin'
4. Open mic session 1 feat. Kashmere
5. Rob Life feat. Cappo and DPF - Focus On The Main Features
6. The Limp Twins - Living Well Parts I and II
7. Color Climax Plug It In
8. Color Climax
9. Tom Caruana feat. Ahmos Green - Fingers
10. Beats in Progress feat. Monk McFerret and The Jazzmag Sextet - Death Of 1,000 Cuts
11. Color Climax feat. Gabe - She Took My Love
12. Quantic - We Got Soul? (Rob Life remix)
13. Open mic session 3 feat AM
14. Rob Life - Swings And Roundabouts
15. Beats in Progress feat. Quantic - Crumpet Chase (Quantic remix)
16. Rob Life - The Great Rhythm Caper
17. Open mic session 4 feat Mystro
18. Color Climax - Jellyfish popcorn
19. Beats in Progress feat. Captain Jazzmag and Mr Vincent - Crumpet Chase
20. Open mic session 5 feat TMO and Kope
21. Beats in Progress feat. Chrome, TMO and Mad Flow - Ill Grammar (Rob Life remix)
22. Drunk and Disorda-ly


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