DJ Food – ’88 was great but ’89 is mine

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Bomben Old School Hip-Hop Mixtape von DJ Food (Ninja Tune). Food spielt nur Klassiker von 1989. Am Start sind De La Soul, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Jungle Brothers, EPMD, NWA, Young MC, Ice-T, Hijack….

Großer Mix. Funky Shice.

’88 was great but ’89 is mine by DJ Food

Tracklist DJ Food „’88 was great but ’89 is mine“:
Tone Loc – On Fire (Remix) (Delicous Vinyl)
Gang Starr – Words I Manifest (Wild Pitch)
Chill Rob G – Court’s In Session (Wild Pitch)
Beastie Boys – Hey Ladies (Capitol Records)
Jungle Brothers – Jbeez Comin‘ Through (Warner Bros)
Beastie Boys – Shadrach (Capitol Records)
Beastie Boys – Shake Your Rump (Capitol Records)
EPMD – Big Payback (Sleeping Bag)
Ultramagnetic MCs – A Chorus Line (Next Plateau)
Public Enemy – Fight The Power (Motown)
De La Soul – Say No Go (Say No Dope mix) (Big Life/Tommy Boy)
Most Wanted – Calm Down (Fever Records)
Hijack – Badman Is Robbin‘ (Rhyme Syndicate)
Ice T – Lethal Weapon (Sire)
Twin Hype – Do It To The Crowd (Profile)
Jungle Brothers – Tribe Vibes   (Warner Bros)
Jungle Brothers  Beyond This World  (Warner Bros)
Cookie Crew – Born This Way (FFRR)
Jungle Brothers – Good News Coming  (Warner Bros)
The D.O.C – Portrait of a Masterpiece (Ruthless)
Hijack – Doomsday of Rap (Ice T Remix) (Rhyme Syndicate)
De La Soul – Magic Number (123 mix) (Big Life/Tommy Boy)
Doug Lazy – Let It Roll (Grove St)
Double Trouble & Rebel MC – Just Keep Rockin‘ (Desire)

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