Big L: Return Of The Devils Son, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Big L: Return Of The Devils Son, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€119.90
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Big L
Return Of The Devils Son
  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
zwei Vinylplatten
  • Distrolord Inc.
  • (SMC462)
  • 15 Tracks
  • UPC 659123011518
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used
  • still sealed

tracks

A1

Return Of The Devil's Son

Producer
  • Showbiz
A2

Devil's Son (From Lifestylze)

Producer
  • Showbiz
A3

Zone Of Danger

Producer
  • J-Love
A4

Sandman 118

B1

School Days

Producer
  • D.I.T.C.
B2

Principle Of The New School

Producer
  • Showbiz
B3

Unexpected Flava

Producer
  • Lord Finesse
B4

Tony's Touch

C1

Right To The Top

Producer
  • Domingo
Featuring
  • Royal Flush
  • Kool G Rap
C2

Once Again

Producer
  • J-Love
C3

I Won't

C4

Hard To Kill

D1

Power Moves

D2

If You Not Aware

D3

Doo Wop #5

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