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Crash! (Edit) - Propellerheads - The Extended Play EP (Cassette)

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  1. Shaktijora
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for (HQ) Propellerheads, Extended Play EP - CD at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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  2. Arashidal
    Jun 08,  · You Want it Back · Propellerheads · The Jungle Brothers Extended Play ℗ Wall of Sound Released on: Mixer: Propellerheads P R O D U C E R: Propellerheads .
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  3. Dazahn
    Launched by the highly respected U.K. dance label Wall of Sound, DreamWorks artists the Propellerheads stand in the company of the Chemical Brothers and Fatboy Slim as one of the most respected acts on the Big Beat scene. With their expertly pasted elements of Funk, House, Techno, hip-hop and jazz, the Propellerheads ensure there's no sitting.
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  4. Brazuru
    Stream Propellerheads - Crash! by Propellerheads from desktop or your mobile device With your consent, we would like to use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience with our service, for analytics, and for advertising purposes.
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  5. Groramar
    Jun 18,  · Propellerheads – Extended Play EP Music Album Quality: kbps CBR Music Playtime: hrs Size: 67,73 MB – 6 Files Tracklist: Extended Play EP (Wall Of Sound, WALL D ) Crash! (Edit) (min) – MP3 You Want It Back feat The Jungle Brothers (Edit) (min) – MP3 ° Oh Yeah feat De La Soul (min) – MP3.
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  6. Negore
    Propellerheads Information Network This was a reference to the newly introduced rules concerning the maximum number of b-side tracks allowed for a release to qualify for the singles chart. Ironically (intentionally), the lead track (Crash!) was recorded for BBC Radio 1 to use for the Top 40 Singles Chart run-down on Sunday, between and /5(29).
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  7. Shakarg
    The Propellerheads album Decksandrumsandrockandroll was released in by Wall of Sound in Europe and DreamWorks in the US and Japan. The DreamWorks versions include collaborations with hip hop artists De La Soul and Jungle Brothers, [2] and the Japanese version is a two disc special edition including some of their earlier singles.
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