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Roots Live

LP (Item 478486) White Label, Mid 90s — Condition: Used
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11 tracks in all, including "Intro Introducing The Incredible Godfather Of Noyze", "Wild Cowboys/Who Shot Ya? (Sadat X vs The Roots)", "Proceed Pt IV (Mr Boogieman live version)", "Improvised Inspirations", "Roots Kicking Mad Flava In Ya Ear", "Black Thought & The Godfather Of Noyze Freestyle", "Distortion II Static (live version)", "Supa Star (Group Home vs The Roots live version)", "Jamming With Johnny's Guitar (The Roots Superman Lover live version)" and "Times Up (with the Roots Live Band)". (UK pressing in the picture cover, with some wear and marks from sticker removal..)  © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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Used Vinyl Grades

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Additional Marks & Notes

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