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Clue? - Hip Hop - Reggae #13 FLAC album

Performer: Clue?
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP / Reggae
Title: Hip Hop - Reggae #13
Released: 1995
FLAC version ZIP size: 1468 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1201 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1533 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 248

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Marley Marl - In Control Vol 1. Yo, Marley gives the slice, I get nice, And my voice is twice as horrifying as Vincent Price (The Symphony). With the Juice Crew and it’s individual members in full effect, 1988 was also the year for this Marley Marl compilation album. Not really a very good album, but included in this list nonetheless on the strength of two excellent tracks: I Don’t Care and the Hip Hop super classic Top Billin’. Top tracks: Top Billin’ I Don’t Care I Like Cherries Hickeys On My Neck.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

Side A
A1 Terror Fabulous, Craig Mack Number 2 b/w Flava In Your Ear (Inst.)
A2 Patra, Grand Puba Romantic Call b/w 360 (Inst.)
Featuring – Yo-Yo
A3 Ini Kamoze Here Come The Hotstepper
A4 Rayvon, De La Soul No Guns, No Murder b/w Buddy (Inst.)
A5 Supercat* Scalp Dem
Featuring – Method Man
A6 Heavy D Nuttin But Love (Reggae Remix)
A7 Mad Lion Limb By Limb (Acapella) b/w/ Take It Easy (Inst.)
A8 Don T Da Riddim
A9 General Levy, Das EFX Champagne Body b/w Kaught In Da Ak (Remix)
A10 Patra Romantic Call (Lil Toni Remix)
A11 Terror Fabulous Action
Side B
B1 Cutty Ranks, Biggie Smalls Pon-Pause b/w Juicy (Inst.)
B2 Mega Banton First Position (Hip Hop Remix)
B3 Buju Banton, Ill Al Skratch Vigilante b/w Where My Homiez
B4 Shabba Ranks Original Woman b/w Yabadabadoo (Inst.)
B5 Shabba Ranks Original Woman (Come Clean Mix)
B6 Top Cat, Black Moon Request A Style b/w Buck Em Down (Remix Inst.)
B7 Mad Lion Big Box Of Blunts
B8 Steady B The Glock b/w Use Me
B9 Mic Geronimo, Shabba Ranks Shits Real b/w Roots N Culture (Inst.)
B10 Shabba Ranks Roots N Culture
B11 Super Cat South Central (Outstanding Mix)
B12 Terror Fabulous You Nuh Kotch


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