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Various - Tropic Zone Swap



Various - Tropic Zone Swap Part1Various - Tropic Zone Swap Part2
Various - Tropic Zone Swap Part1 and 2
(2xLP) 247 Records 247018/247023, 2006-03

LP Tracklisting Part1:
A1. Abstract Rude and Nadasdi - The Tropical Zone
A2. LMNO and Peshi - From Sweden To Cali
A3. KEL - Black Butterfly
A4. Die Young - Silverbullet
A5. Subtitle and Prosperious - Regular Operations
B1. Radioinactive and Prosperious - Radio Files
B2. Disflex6 - Voices In My Head
B3. Dday One - Our Music
B4. Prosperious - Illusion Swapping
B5. Ellay Khule Aka Rifleman - Tight With It
B6. Subtitle, Rodan and Prosperious - Is There A Script

LP Tracklisting Part2:
A1. Prosperious and Subtitle - Testing Gills
A2. Orko Eloheim and Nadasdi - Hurricane Chanting
A3. Innaspace - Rough Masters
A4. Nocando - Wild Ride
A5. Prosperious and Paranorml - Nothing Is Still
B1. Nadasdi - Life Equals Love
B2. Prosperious - Pogo
B3. Olonaise - Fading Sess
B4. Ceebrolistics - Tyomi Turbur Remix
B5. CSM-Fun With Wood

Part1 is limited to 1000 copies, part2 is limited to 500 copies.

2xLP Artwork:


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