|Track Title||Artist||Buy Track|
|This Is How It Should Be Done||Uprise||amazon|
|Incarcerated Scarfaces||Raekwon The Chef||amazon|
|End of the Time||Dilated Peoples||amazon|
|Friday the 13th||36 Zero||amazon|
|Bounce, Rock, Skate||Kausion||amazon|
|Whoridin' (feat. Saafir)||Whoridas||amazon|
|Mind of a Sick Nigga||Spice 1||amazon|
|Foe Life (feat. Ice Cube)||Mack 10||amazon|
|Fakin' the Funk||Uprise||amazon|
|No Gimmicks (feat. KRS-1)||Lord Finesse||amazon|
|Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka||The Fab 5||amazon|
|Doe or Die (feat. Raekwon) [Remix]||AZ||amazon|
|One Love (Dos Rexx Remix)||Nas||amazon|
Originally recorded on a Tascam 4-track in '96 using two MK2s, a Numark mixer with a 4-sec sampler and a shitty reverb, this mix was my White Album and a general statement about hip-hop and wack commercial radio DJs during that time. I did all of the cutting, scratching and juggling, of course. Since it was originally made on cassette tape, there's a flip side to the tape, which I've yet to convert to mp3.
There's a bonus remix of Nas' One Love that my homie DJ Dos Rexx was kind enough to let me feature on this mix as well.