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One-Nine-Nine-Nine (radio, street, Hi-Tekstrumental, acapella)/Like They Used To Say (radio, street, infinitstrumental)

12-inch (Item 19255) Rawkus, 1999 — Condition: Used
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Two tracks from Common Sense. "Like They Used To Say" is produced by Dug Infinite, with a sample of the JB's "Pass the Peas" for the chorus, and Maseo of De La cutting in samples from over a dozen hip hop classics – from Ultramagnetic to EZ & Troup to MC Lyte to T-La Rock. "1.9.9.9." uses more mellow production by Hi-Tek, with vocals from Sadat X.  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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