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Original pressing of this amazing single with EPMD-style production and vocals! Recorded by Craig Mack under the name MC EZ & Troup seven years before his Bad Boy debut. A huge classic for the Dusty Groove crew, and one not to pass up from the old days! 12-inch, Vinyl record
The second single from the Slums' Trinity LP, and one of the stronger moments of that album, mixed up nicely by Timbaland! "Disco" is a mid-tempo party groover, with a role on the Slum LP that is similar to the one "Roller Skating Jam Named 'Saturdays'" played on De La's ... 12-inch, Vinyl record