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Obscure Disorder - Full Circle 1997-2002 Retrospective album flac

  • Performer: Obscure Disorder
  • Title: Full Circle 1997-2002 Retrospective
  • Size FLAC ver: 1125 mb
  • Date of release: 2018
  • Other formats: ASF AIFF DXD XM DTS TTA MPC
  • Genre: Hip hop
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
Obscure Disorder - Full Circle 1997-2002 Retrospective album flac

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1 A-Trak's Scratch Practice (Intro)
2 Lyrically Exposed Part 1
3 Lyrically Exposed Part 2 (The Revelation)
4 Maintain The Focus
5 Last Call
6 Small Talk
7 2004
Featuring – Non Phixion
8 The Entree
9 Full Circle
10 Superior Raps
11 Overdose Music
12 Last Call Part 2
13 Let's Go
Featuring – Ill Bill
14 Mindblowin
15 Any Given Gunplay
16 The Grill
17 Like
18 A-Trak's Scratch Practice (Outro)




Full Circle 1997-2002 Retrospective ‎(CDr, Comp).

Retrospective 1997 - 2000. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Demo recorded November 1998 EP recorded 1998 by Rob McGregor Full Length recorded at Goldentone Studios, February 21st, 1999 All tracks mastered by Justin Stubbs, November 2014. Obscure Vanity Atlanta, Georgia.

A Retrospective is a compilation album by rapper KRS-One. It features many songs that were originally released under the Boogie Down Productions title, and some songs released under the KRS-One title. It is composed of previously released material. The track "Essays on BDP-Ism" was the last track ever produced by Scott La Rock. No tracks are included from Sex and Violence, the final Boogie Down Productions studio album.

Full Circle is the eighth studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released in August 1972. It is the second album after Jim Morrison's death, and the last they compiled until the 1978 album An American Prayer. The album includes "The Mosquito", the last Doors single to chart. The band's first album without Jim Morrison, 1971's Other Voices, had reached on the Billboard chart, a modest success for the group considering the monumental shadow cast by the passing of Morrison

INTRO {Logik} {What up I-Con, what up baby?}


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