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Return of the DJ - Volume II
 : Return of the DJ - Volume II



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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0611933200322
Feature: Bomb Hip-Hop
Item Dimensions: 5050021575
Label: Bomb Hip-Hop
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Bomb Hip-Hop
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Bomb Hip-Hop
Release Date: July 15, 2008
Studio: Bomb Hip-Hop

Features:
  • Bomb Hip-Hop



Disc 1:
  1. The Positive Step - Beyond There
  2. B-Boys Revenge 96 Porkopolis Turntable Jazz - Mr. Dibbs,1200 Hobos
  3. Change The Scratch - DJ Jeff
  4. Vinyl Overdose - Dj Format
  5. Who's On The Turntables - LF Peee
  6. Private Parts - Radar & Z-Trip
  7. Call Me Goldfinger - Pepe Deluxe
  8. Static's Waltz - Kid Koala
  9. Flat Chested - DJ Ruthless
  10. Aerosoul - Tommy Tee
  11. X-Men Style Beatz - Roc Raida
  12. Hide Your Wrecords When We Come Through - Kool DJ E.Q.
  13. Itchy Vinyl Session Part II: Babylon 5 - DJ JS-One & DJ Spinbad
  14. Jimmie' sJam - DJ Jimmie Jam
  15. On Da Flex - DJ Godfather
  16. Rockstar - Z-Trip
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Product Description:
Return of the DJ - Volume II

Amazon.com:
Following their DJ renaissance compilation Return of the DJ, Bomb Records continues its promise of "all hip-hop DJs, all scratching" with Vol. II. This time it's a global thing, representing Holland, Norway, Canada, and the United States coast to coast. DJ Jeff from Amsterdam almost induces scratch seizures with the carpal-tunnel pace of "Change the Scratch." On "Static's Waltz," Canadian DJ Kid Koala slows the show down to molasses, setting what sounds like 15 records at once to incorrect speeds. Other legends, like DJ Jimmie Jam, Z-trip (who marries Run DMC to Black Sabbath on "Rockstar"), and the X-ecutioners' Roc Raida, represent. However, the most impressive composition is Tommy Tee's "Aerosoul," an anthem to graffiti art that paints its canvas with news commentary and samples from the mighty KRS-One. There's plenty of old and new blood on Vol. II to keep your ears pricked. --Todd Levin



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