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Process/Guillotine 16's

7-inch (Item 644038) Boro, 2013 — Condition: New Copy
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Classic level NYC hip hop from Oxygen – featuring Dr Becket and a Emskee of Good Peoples – on a timeless 45 from the hungry Boro Records! "Process" has a solid funky beat and some jazzy soul keys in the mix – with production by Freqnik & WDRE that bears the influence of the jazzy soul beats of classic east coast hip hop – the kind that'll sound fresh forever – and quite refreshing in the here-and-now post-millenium underground! "Guillotine" is just as great – on a rawer funky sample tip.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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