Main Source: Breaking Atoms, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Main Source: Breaking Atoms, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€34.90
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Main Source
Breaking Atoms

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
remastered reissue on blue vinyl with 4 bonus tracks
  • Wild Pitch Records
  • (MWP003)
  • 16 Tracks
  • UPC 881034115614
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Snake Eyes

A2

Just Hangin' Out

A3

Looking At The Front Door

A4

Large Professor

B1

Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball

B2

Scratch & Kut

B3

Peace Is Not The Word To Play

B4

Vamos A Rapiar

Co Producer
  • Pete Rock
C1

He Got So Much Soul (He Don't Need No Music)

C2

Live At The Barbeque

Featuring
  • Akinyele
  • Joe Fatal
  • Nas
Rap
  • Akinyele
  • Joe Fatal
  • Nas
C3

Watch Roger Do His Thing

Bass
  • Anton Pukshansky
Keyboards
  • Robert "JD Drumsticks" Stevenson
C4

Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (Remix for our friends in A Tribe Called Quest)

Bonus Tracks

D1

Time

D2

Fakin`The Funk

D3

Peace Is Not The Word To Play (Remix)

D4

Fakin`The Funk (Kobakov & Good The 6 Remix)

Credits

Art Direction
  • Amy Fine
Design
  • Terry Clarke
Cover
  • Terry Clarke
Lacquer Cut By
  • David Cheppa
Mastered By
  • Chris Gehringer
Mixed By
  • Anton Pukshansky
  • Main Source
Photography By
  • Peter Bodtke
  • George Chevalier
Producer
  • Main Source
Rap
  • Large Professor
Recorded By
  • Anton Pukshansky
  • Tony Papamichael
Turntables
  • K-Cut
  • Sir Scratch
Written By

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