Bobby Jimmy and the Critters: Back And Proud, Tape
Bobby Jimmy and the Critters: Back And Proud, Tape
€8.90
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Bobby Jimmy and the Critters
Back And Proud

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Macola Record Co.
  • (MRC-0989-4)
  • Macola Record Co.
  • (MRC-0989)
  • 11 Tracks
  • UPC 019041098945
  • M- / M-
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Milkshake

Producer
  • Dr Dre
A2

Bobby Jimmy You A Fool

A3

Cubic, Zirconium Girl

A4

Smokin Skillet

A5

Sit On My Bass

A6

Mickey's Rapp

Producer
  • DJ-Illrad
  • The Unknown DJ
B1

Plastic Women - Plastic Man

Featuring
  • Jewell Caples
B2

He's A Felon

B3

One Glove

B4

My Beats Are Distorted

B5

Rite Place Wrong Time

Producer
  • Tony G

Credits

Engineer
  • Warren Woods
  • Tim Reid II
Mastered By
  • Bernie Grundman
Music By
Other
  • Michael Stokes
Producer
  • Russ Parr
  • The Arabian Prince
Scratches
  • DJ Slice
Written By

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