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Wagon Christ - Never Ending Snorkel / on Various - Tektonics



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Wagon Christ - Never Ending Snorkel
on Various - Tektonics (CD/2xLP)
(OM Records 9931, 2000-03)

Info :
A meeting of the minds between leading electronic artists and the world's greatest turntablist DJ's.
C'est un remix de DJ Swift du morceau original présent sur le maxi vinyl promo "Lovely".

Tracklisting :
01. (Skit) Prediction
02. Freestylers - Check The Skills (scratches by Dj Z-Trip)
03. Ming & FS - Locus (scratches by J Rocc)
04. Photek - The Water Margin (scratches by Scratch Perverts)
05. Wagon Christ - Never Ending Snorkel (scratches by Rob Swift)
06. (Skit) Foreshock
07. Propellerheads - Big Dog (scratches by DJ Craze)
08. Tim 'Love' Lee - One Word (scratches by DJ Disk)
09. Howie B. - The Jug (scratches by DJ Apollo)
10. (Skit) The Big One
11. Soulstice - Superfunk 2000 (scratches by DJ Curse)
12. Post Tool Project - Opium Den Mother (scratches by DJ Tomkat)
13. Cold Fusion - What? (scratches by Vin Roc)
14. (Skit) After Shock
15. J Boogie - Brazilectro (scratches by DJ Imperial)
16. King Kooba - Purple (scratches by DJ P-Trix)
17. Meat Beat Manifesto - Prime Audio Soup (scratches by The Herbaliser)
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